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Winners of 2014 IFBB North American Championships and IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Masters

HGH.com-Sponsored Athlete Tara Silzer Named Overall Women’s Bodybuilding Winner at 2014 IFBB North American Championships in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania recently hosted two major International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) competitions – the 2014 IFBB North American Championships and 2014 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Masters Championships. Hundreds of athletes competed in a series of events on August 28, 29 and 30, including men’s and women’s bodybuilding and physique as well as fitness, figure and bikini. Officials ranked the contestants in numerous sub-category contests and named overall winners in each of the major areas, and nearly 100 athletes were designated 2014 IFBB North American Championships Pro Card Winners.

HGH.com-sponsored athlete Tara Silzer participated in the 2014 IFBB North American Championships in Pittsburgh and proved herself as a top competitor. Not only did she win first place in women’s heavyweight bodybuilding, she was deemed the overall winner in women’s bodybuilding. She also earned her IFBB pro card as a result of her performance. We congratulate Tara on her impressive achievements, and we couldn’t be more proud to have her representing HGH.com health and bodybuilding supplements.

Tara Silzer strikes a pose during the women’s bodybuilding competition at the 2014 IFBB North American Championships.
Photo courtesy of NPCNewsOnline.com

Here is the complete list of 2014 IFBB North American Championship overall winners in each of the seven general categories:

  • Men’s Bodybuilding Overall Winner: Erik Ramirez
  • Women’s Bodybuilding Overall Winner: Tara Silzer
  • Men’s Physique Overall Winner: Arash Rahbar
  • Women’s Physique Overall Winner: Kellyn Huehn-Peterson
  • Figure Overall Winner: Lauren Michelle Valentino
  • Fitness Overall Winner: Nicolette Spencer
  • Bikini Overall Winner: Shandy Ortiz


Overall winners were also announced for select Masters categories:

  • Women’s Bodybuilding Masters Over 35 Overall Winner: Amanda Aivaliotis
  • Men’s Physique Masters Over 35 Overall Winner: Chris Griffin
  • Men’s Physique Masters Over 40 Overall Winner: Lorenzo Orozco
  • Women’s Physique Masters Over 35 Overall Winner: Dany Garcia
  • Women’s Physique Masters Over 45 Overall Winner: Amy Bowen
  • Figure Masters Over 35 Overall Winner: Christina Watson
  • Figure Masters Over 45 Overall Winner: Laura Donegan
  • Figure Masters Over 55 Overall Winner: Abby Kranitz
  • Bikini Masters Over 35 Overall Winner: Magdalena Coffman
  • Bikini Masters Over 45 Overall Winner: Theresa Orsini


In addition to the overall winners, following are the top-ranked competitors for each of the main contest categories at the 2014 IFBB North American Championships in Pittsburgh (for winners of each Masters age group, refer to the NPC News Online rankings):

Men’s 1st Place Bodybuilding Winners:

  • Super Heavyweight: Dusty Hanshaw
  • Heavyweight: Erik Ramirez
  • Light Heavyweight: Tristen Escolastico
  • Middleweight: Robert Zavala
  • Welterweight: Mauricio Velazquez Mondragon
  • Lightweight: Eduardo Corona
  • Bantamweight: Paul Teixeira


Women’s 1st Place Bodybuilding Winners:

  • Heavyweight: Tara Silzer
  • Light Heavyweight: Kate Cooper
  • Middleweight: Carrie Woolridge
  • Lightweight: Patty Beard


Men’s 1st Place Physique Winners:

  • Class A: Pradeep (Freddy) Naidu
  • Class B: Patrick Fulgham
  • Class C: Austin Current
  • Class D: Arash Rahbar
  • Class E: David Kampfe
  • Class F: Michael Hughes-Lewis


Women’s 1st Place Physique Winners:

  • Class A: Laura Foster
  • Class B: Gillian Ward
  • Class C: Star Blaylock
  • Class D: Kellyn Huehn-Peterson


1st Place Figure Winners:

  • Class A: Nicole Phinney
  • Class B: Alina McCabe
  • Class C: Sara Fennell
  • Class D: Lauren Michelle Valentino
  • Class E: Andrea Paynter
  • Class F: Yashika Brooks


1st Place Fitness Winners:

  • Class A: Nicolette Spencer
  • Class B: Debbie Clark


1st Place Bikini Winners:

  • Class A: Annie Parker
  • Class B: Susan Waters
  • Class C: Cat Textoris
  • Class D: Shandy Ortiz
  • Class E: Casey Samsel
  • Class F: Nicole Markovic


We also have the results for the 2014 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Masters Championships. Following are the first-place winners in each category:

Men’s 1st Place Bodybuilding Winners:

  • Masters Over 40: Brad Davis
  • Masters Over 50: Rusty Jeffers
  • Masters Over 60: Gregg Krause
  • Masters Over 70: Bud Woodruff


Women’s 1st Place Bodybuilding Winners:

  • Masters Over 35: Kim Buck
  • Masters Over 45: Kim Buck
  • Masters Over 55: Pamela Franklin


Men’s 1st Place Physique Winners:

  • Masters Over 35: Michael Anderson
  • Masters Over 40: Michael Anderson


Women’s 1st Place Physique Winners:

  • Masters Over 35: Teresita Morales
  • Masters Over 40: Rocio Guillen


1st Place Figure Winners:

  • Masters Over 35: Cinderella Richardson
  • Masters Over 45: Cinderella Richardson
  • Masters Over 55: Bren Lauver


1st Place Bikini Winners:

  • Masters Over 35: Michelle Mein
  • Masters Over 45: Kristen Moffett


Congratulations to all of the winners! You can find a complete list of rankings for both of the IFBB Pittsburgh championships at NPC News Online. For 2014 IFBB North American Championships rankings, including Masters by age group, visit http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2014/ifbb_north_american_championships/. For 2014 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Masters Championships rankings, see http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2014/ifbb_pittsburgh_pro_masters_championships/.

Check back soon for announcements regarding the winners of other upcoming competitions, starting with the 2014 Mr. Olympia/Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend in Las Vegas, which takes place later this week. We’ll also have coverage of several key events in October, including the 2014 NPC Tricky Jackson Classic Championships in Lexington, Kentucky, which is co-sponsored HGH.com health and bodybuilding supplements; the 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships in Montreal, Canada; and the 2014 Europa Games in Phoenix, Arizona. We wish the best of luck to our HGH.com-sponsored pros – Tara Silzer, Richard “Tricky” Jackson and Ben White – and to all of the bodybuilders and athletes competing in these events!




Bodybuilding Fitness and Tips Blog Success Stories

HGH.com's Bodybuilding and Fitness Tips Blog Receiving Great Reviews

We launched our Bodybuilding Fitness and Tips blog segment around five months ago, and really appreciate all of the great feedback and social shares we've received. But, we know we haven’t heard from everyone yet. We wanted to take this opportunity to welcome you to comment on your favorite HGH.com blog post, send us your suggestions and share our articles with your friends.

At HGH.com, we are committed to sharing and providing tips from athletes, bodybuilders and fitness trainers to help you achieve your personal fitness goals. Feel free to tell us about your training and bodybuilding achievements. We would also like you to share your HGH.com supplement success stories with us. Take a look back at the blog posts from the first several months and let us know what you think. Which ones helped you most?

We hope you’ve enjoyed these articles, videos and Pinterest boards filled with bodybuilding and fitness tips, and would love to know what you think. Please add your comments, experiences and suggestions with us in the comments section at the end of each article. Do you have a recommendation for an article you’d like to see in the future? Don’t be shy. Go ahead and include this in the comments section as well. Stay tuned and maybe you'll see your suggestions come to life on our blog in the months to come.




Maximize Your Leg Workout with High-Energy Bodybuilding Routines

Complete Leg Workout Routine and High-Energy Bodybuilding Exercises for Legs

How do you know if you're body is in ideal physical shape? It's not about having an Adonis upper body with toothpicks for legs. For bodybuilders and fitness competitors, as well as anyone who's passionate about having a fantastic physique, it has to be all about symmetry. So as you're admiring your buff biceps, six-pack abs and chiseled chest, check out your lower body as well. A solid leg routine hits all of the angles. Concentrate on building the muscles in your upper and lower legs, including the quadriceps, hamstrings, sartorius, tibialis anterior and calves.

We're excited to share a few comprehensive leg workout routines for you to try out. The first leg workout video primarily focuses on the legs, while adding some ab exercises as well, whereas the second video is dedicated solely to working out your legs. You'll want to read this legs workout post until the end to find out where you can go to see even more leg workout ideas with our Pinterest board.

Give Your Leg Workout a Boost

Get the low down on pumping up your legs with this complete leg workout video from bodybuilder and muscle building coach, Lee Hayward. Not only does he give you an awesome workout for your legs, but with his routine, you’ll also target your abs. Lee explains how to maximize your leg workout with these exercises:

  • Barbell Squats
  • Leg Presses
  • Calf Presses
  • Leg Extensions
  • Leg Curls
  • Standing Calf Raises
  • Walking Lunges
  • Decline Bench Sit-Ups
  • V-Ups

The Ultimate Leg Workout

Certified personal trainer and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist, Brad Gaines shares “10 Killer Leg Exercises for Your Leg Workouts” in this fitness video. Brad includes an excellent mix of leg exercises that focus on all of the leg muscles, especially the quads, hamstrings and calves. By including variety in your leg workout, you'll be more likely to have a nice even tone and shape to your legs. The leg exercises Brad demonstrates include:

    • Barbell Squats
    • Leg Presses
    • Calf Presses
    • Leg Extensions
    • Leg Curls
    • Standing Calf Raises
    • Walking Lunges
    • Decline Bench Sit-Ups
    • V-Ups

Plus, Brad includes a great reminder, “It is easy to get injured if you are not alert of yourself and those around you. Most important of all, keep your lower back as straight as possible and pick up the weight using your legs.”

HGH.com's Selection of Leg Workout Pinterest Pins

We've compiled several more leg exercises and other leg-related photos to get you motivated at our HGH.com Legs Workout Pinterest board.

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Strength, Cardio and Ab Workout - Jillian Michaels

Strength, Cardio and Ab Workout – Shred Weight-Loss Tips from Jillian

Need to shed a few pounds or maybe more? Want a new strength, cardio and ab workout? Then read on, because we have something special in store for you. We’re excited to share some strength, cardio and ab workout videos, as well as key weight-loss tips from Jillian Michaels, America’s toughest trainer, and one of the nation’s leading health and wellness experts.

Jillian’s workout videos can help you strengthen your core, elevate your heart rate, build up your abs and sculpt your body for a new, shapely, stronger you. Sometimes you just need that extra push, and Jillian Michaels always delivers. If you need some motivation, take a look at these videos and the Pinterest board we’ve dedicated to strength and cardio workouts, weight loss tips and inspiration from Jillian Michaels.

One of Jillian's Top Weight-Loss Tips

Discover one of the most significant secrets to losing weight. It may seem simple when you hear it, but it totally makes sense when you do it. Take a look at this video as Jillian Michaels imparts a piece of invaluable fitness wisdom that could be a great help with your weight-loss process. If you want amazing results quickly, give this a try.

Don’t Just Shed the Pounds. Shred Them!

Get ready to take your workout to the next level with Jillian Michaels. By combining strength, cardio and abs workout into her proven 3-2-1 interval training fitness system that is designed to burn fat, blast calories, and help you get shredded and ripped. Here's what you'll be doing in this first level of Jillian's 30-Day Shred workout that takes less than a half hour and includes:

  • Warm up
  • Strength training
  • Cardio exercises
  • Abs workouts
  • Cool down

Maximize Your Results by Realizing Your Full Shredding Potential

Jillian brings on the high-octane moves in this second level of her 30-Day Shred Workout. Gain momentum as you workout all of your major muscle groups – arms, chest, shoulders, abs, obliques, back, glutes and legs. This interval training workout incorporates strength, cardio and ab exercises to help you burn fat, sculpt your muscles, lose weight, firm your entire body and reveal your shredding potential. Pull up your floor mat, and grab your hand weights, towel and a bottle of water. Now you're ready to push through a variety of plyometric moves with Jillian, such as:

  • Squat rows
  • Walk-out push-ups
  • Speed skaters
  • Pendulum lunges
  • Plank variations

Just Jillian – Cardio and Strength Pinterest Board

Explore some of the most motivating photos, tips and videos posted at our HGH.com Cardio and Strength Training & Workouts with Jillian Michaels Pinterest board.

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Natural Growth Hormone Supplements from HGH (HGH.com) Can Help You Build Muscle

 
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Natural growth hormone supplements and HGH supplements from HGH.com can help you build muscle; Plus - sneak peak - Personal Trainers available on HGH.com

Trouble packing on the pounds? After endlessly trying to put on lean muscle after exercising, working out, and lifting weights, many people turn to our HGH Supplements on HGH.com to build more muscle. If you are tired of putting in a lot of effort with little to no return, our natural growth hormone supplement may be the key to helping you build muscle fast!

Do genetics play a role in my inability to gain size and muscle?

If you look back on your family history and see generations of small or nonathletic family members, you may not have the necessary tools to produce a massive amount of muscle gain through working out alone. Some people simply have a different genetic makeup, which is why we all look different to begin with. While it is still possible for you to get into the best shape of your life, taking a natural growth hormone supplement will expedite the process and give you the edge that some people just naturally have.

Some people may be lucky enough to keep natural HGH production up throughout their entire lives. However, as most people get older, they stop producing natural HGH. It's proven that HGH levels decrease with age, and with smaller amounts of HGH it is more difficult to build muscle. Instead of just giving up, you can increase muscle gain with anatural HGH supplement.

Build muscle fast with a change in your dietary lifestyle

The secret to getting ripped - The main reason people are able to get ripped in the gym is not because of a specific workout program; it is because of what they consume after their workout and tear up their muscles. If you do not feed your muscles and body enough of the right ingredients after a great gym session, you are wasting all of the effort you put into your workout. Furthermore, it's almost impossible to achieve the proper supplements through food alone, your stomach simply isn't big enough. However that being said, food is still important. Follow some of these simple steps: 

The key food ingredients you need to get ripped

  • Consume lean animal, muscle supplements, and/or whey proteins immediately after your workout.
  • Switch your daily meal intake to several small meals throughout the day in order to feed your muscles more consistently.
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  • Supplement your workouts with thermogenic fat burners in order to get ripped fast and cut the fat.
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Do you need to change your workout regimen?

Now that you know about the benefits that a proper diet and supplements like Human Growth Hormone supplements can bring to your workout, it's time to look at your actual weight-lifting routine. Most people get stuck in a plateau and never see muscle gain after a couple of months of lifting weights. Here are some ways you can break that rut and build muscle fast: 

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  • Lift heavier weights for exercises such as the bench press, squats and dumbbell curls.
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  • Don't skip cardio! In fact, supplementing a cardio in between lifting sessions works your body out and cuts fat nicely. In a typical one hour weight lifting routine, spend 20 minutes on cardio in between lifting cycles.

Keep a consistent schedule

Supplements are not magic alone - they do work magic in conjunction with working out - but there's no such thing as a magic pill that will shape your body while you sit and watch TV. So do yourself and your body a favor - while taking supplements to increase muscle gain, the real secret is to keep your efforts consistent. After taking our supplements while working out, I guarantee after 3-6 months of a consistent workout, you will be in the best shape of your life.

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