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The Bodybuilding Game in the Future...

tricepfreak

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Where do you see bodybuilding in the future?

What will the game be like in 20-50-100 years?

What changes would you like to see?

How mainstream will bodybuilding become?

What lies ahead, in your estimation?
:confused:

Regards - lift heavy!!

JB:)
 

BigBoyJ

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In 20 years= 340 lb'ers at 1-2% bodyfat.

50 years= Down to natural levels again. Competitors will be back down to around 180-200 lbs because all supplements and drugs will be illegal and the feds will finally have figured out how to stop black market sales.

100 years= The world will be in a state of poverty and starvation due to overpopulation so bodybuilding won't even exist.


:(
 

Ivan

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My guess

I really think in the next 50 years genetic modification will be the new thing. Perhaps the Myostatin inhibitor?
 

crackerjack414

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I would say the future will not be in the drugs per se but in genetic modification. Hell if you program the body to produce ungodly amounts of testosterone and gh u are gonna have some huge ripped kids running around. not to mention asthestics will probely be greatly effected ie bicep peaks etc
 

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THE TREND WILL BE BACK TOWARD BETTER LOOKING PHYSIQUES....

EVERYTIME I LOOK IN A MAGAZINE I CAN'T HELP BUT NOTICE THE HUGE GUTS ON MANY OF THE COMPETITORS. IT LOOKS CRAPPY. WHO GIVES A DANG HOW BIG YOU ARE IF YOU LOOK PREGNANT?! TO ME IT'S JUST NOT WORTH IT. THEN YOU FIGURE IN THE FACT THAT PEOPLE ENDANGER THEIR HEALTH TO LOOK GROTESQUE AND IT DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE AT ALL.
 

Dave_19

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I would like to not see anything more exagerated then art atwood markus ruhl types.... I would like names and numbers to mean nothing and muscle seperation and symetry to be the most creditable factors, I would like to see guys with torso's like ahmid haider and dexter jackson, and the GH gut look to become obsolete in the sport. I would to see extreme placing punshiment to obvious synthol mess ups, Nasser and ernie taylor shouldnt ever place again in my opinion. I just want all the bullshit to die out, personally all AAS look is supperior for looks in my opinion 75-85 had the ideal looking physiques to me. Really I would like a small tight waist to be as respected by teh judges as colemans rear lat spread...
 

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