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2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships Results and Winners

2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships


June 11, 2016            
1895 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108, United States
Organizer: Tamer El-Guindy / Shirley Moran
Phone: 310-796-9181
Website: musclecontest.com
Event: NPC

2016 NPC Western All Forces was held in conjunction with the 2016 NPC – IFBB SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAMPIONSHIPS. It is a National qualifier / Pro Bikini OLYMPIA QUALIFIER* & PRO MASTERS 40+.
Congratulations to all the participants. The championships featured judging for MEN'S PHYSIQUE, CLASSIC PHYSIQUE, WOMEN'S PHYSIQUE, FIGURE AND BIKINI. . 

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

MEN'S BODYBUILDING
HEAVYWEIGHT
1. OSCAR MAPULA
 

OSCAR MAPULA men's bodybuilding heavyweight 1st place 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships

OSCAR MAPULA
Men's Bodybuilding (1st)

 

MEN'S PHYSIQUE
CLASS A
1. JONATHAN VASQUEZ

CLASS B
1. RUSSELL GARCIA
2. RANDALL CORBIN
3. JOSEPH PUSKAC
4. DUON RUCKER
5. FAVIAN VILLALOBOS

CLASS C
1. JORDAN SMITH
2. STEPHEN MORENO
3. GEOFFREY BELLAMY
4. MARCUS LEWIS
5. RENALDO WILSON

VETERANS
1. JASON HAZZARD
2. EDGARD ZUNIGABRAVO
3. JONATHAN RUIZ
4. OMAR RODRIGUEZ

FIGURE
CLASS A
1. ALYSSA CROZIER
2. DIANA TOLOSA
3. CASSANDRA TRAN
4. AYANNA MCCLINTIC

ALYSSA CROZIER figure overall 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships

            DIANA TOLOSA figure overall 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships

ALYSSA CROZIER
Figure (1st)
DIANA TOLOSA
Figure (2nd)

 

MEN'S CLASSIC PHYSIQUE
1. ZACHARY MILLER
2. ANDREW HECKER

BIKINI
1. MEAHGAN MURPHY
2. CHRISTINE ANCHETA
3. JOLEEN ENGLISH
4. LIZ SITHIMOLADA

MEAHGAN MURPHY bikini overall 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships

           CHRISTINE ANCHETA bikini second 2016 INPC Western All Forces Championships

JENNIFER RONZITTI
Bikini Overall (1st)
ANYA ELLS
Bikini Overall (2nd)

 
CLASS B
1. SHANTAL BARROS
2. ERIKA SINGLETON

CLASS C
1. CLAYTONIA SPRIGGS

DEPENDANT WIVES
1. KATELYN CASTRO
2. MARTI-DEE ARCHIBEQUE
3. KELLY ALVAREZ

VETERANS
1. SYNTIA MARINER
2. MEILI MODINI

WOMEN'S PHYSIQUE
1. MORGAN MARTIN-JARRED

MORGAN MARTIN-JARRED Women's bodybuilding 1st place 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships

           NANCY CLARK Women's bodybuilding 1st place 2016 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow

MORGAN MARTIN-JARRED
Women's physique (1st)

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2016 2016 NPC Western All Forces Championships.
Official Final Results Scorecard - http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2016/npc_western_all_forces_championships/
To see all results and photos visit -http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2016/npc_western_all_forces_championships/

Be sure to visit the HGH.com blog regularly for the results of other upcoming bodybuilding and fitness competitions.




2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships Results and Winners

2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships

USA Championships
June 3            
Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe 100 Frank W. Burr Blvd. Teaneck, NJ 07666
Organizer: Steve Weinberger
Phone: 516-933-1111
Event: NPC

Bikini, Bodybuilding, Figure, Men's Physique, NPC and Women's Physique are included in the event categories. It is hard to choose a winner when the competition is that hard but we have our winners.
Congratulations to all the participants of the 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships. We are proud to present you the final results. . 

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

MEN'S BODYBUILDING
Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding Overall
1. PHILIP VISICARO
2. SVEN MALDONADO
3. BRAD VLMER
4. MATTHEW FRYER
5. DANIEL EMBREY
 

PHILIP VISICARO Super Heavyweight 1st Place - 2016 Atlantic States Championships

          SVEN MALDONADO Super Heavyweight 2nd Place - 2016 Atlantic States Championships

PHILIP VISICARO
Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding (1st)
SVEN MALDONADO
Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding (2nd)

 

HEAVYWEIGHT
1. MICHAEL TOSCANO
2. J.B. BAPTISTE
3. JONATHAN LINDEN
4. JERRY SMITH
5. ANTHONY TEDESCO

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
1. KAREEM MOBLEY
2. KEVIN BROWN
3. PETER HAUGHTON
4. TOM TRILIVAS
5. DANIEL OBRIEN

MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. DANIEL CACERES
2. ALBERT TROPIANO
3. EUSEBIO MORONTA
4. SCOTT SENSENIG
5. JOSHUA BORGES

JUNIOR
1. PETER HAUGHTON
2. NIKOLAOS ORSARIS
3. JAMES CIAMPI
4. JOSHUA BORGES
5. ALEC DEMATTHEIS

LIGHTWEIGHT
1. ARNALDO SANTIAGO
2. DERRICK WILLOCK
3. VINNY MAUGERI
4. ZIHENG LI
5. JOE VALENTINO

NOVICE HEAVYWEIGHT
1. JERRY SMITH
2. ANTHONY TEDESCO
3. MATTHEW FRYER
4. MATTHEW FRYER
5. BART DICOSTANZO

BANTAMWEIGHT
1. NICK FARINACCI
2. ROBBY CAMARATO
3. VINCE MUSA
4. OTHMANE DENNTOUI

NOVICE LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
1. CHUCK SONION
2. KLEVIS ZYFI
3. RALPH HANAS
4. ALEC DEMATTHEIS
5. MOSSA AL FAKHOURI

NOVICE LIGHTWEIGHT
1. JAMES CIAMPI
2. RAYMOND MARESCA
3. DANIEL MERLY
4. ZIHENG LI
5. CARMELO FLORES

NOVICE MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. ALBERT TROPIANO
2. ANDRE KNIBBS
3. EUSEBIO MORONTA
4. JOSHUA BORGES
5. MEL ROBINSON

TEEN
1. JOE VALENTINO
2. JAMES REYNOSO
3. JARED VOLPE
4. TODD WOODWARD
5. DIEGO PAREDES

BANTAMWEIGHT
1. DANIEL MERLY

MASTERS OVER 35
1. SVEN MALDONADO
2. TOM TRILIVAS
3. ANDRE KNIBBS
4. BRAD VLMER
5. MATTHEW FRYER

MASTERS OVER 40
1. CHUCK SONION
2. BART DICOSTANZO
3. CHRIS LOTHIAN
4. JASON GIANELLI
5. TOM KOLODZIEJ

MASTERS OVER 50
1. MOTOYUKI SAKABE
2. MARTIN SOWINSKI

MASTERS OVER 60
1. CHARLES REMINGTON
2. CJ WOODWARD
3. STEVEN ANIXT

MEN'S PHYSIQUE
CLASS A
1. ALEXANDER LONGOBARDI
2. JAMES LEWIS
3. FRANK LIE
4. JESSE WAGNER
5. CHUN HWANG

CLASS B
1. LUIS CORNIEL
2. DAISUKE OYAMA
3. KYLE KIERNAN
4. PHILLIP TRUONG
5. MATTHEW CARROLL

CLASS C
1. ALAN JEAN
2. MATTHEW FEARN
3. NICK IADEVAIO
4. PHILIP ACEVEDO
5. DANILO POLANCO

CLASS D
1. MICHAEL MPEREY
2. ADOLFO REYES
3. MARK BURCHELL
4. ZACHARY STOPPERT
5. MATTHEW GELIA

CLASS E
1. EPHFRAM LAWHORNE
2. TRENT JOSEPH
3. IKE BLACK
4. ANDRE FULLER
5. CHRISTOPHER MYRTHIL

CLASS F
1. RISHI MATADEEN
2. KEVIN RAMSEY
3. APOLLO STORY
4. JOHN JOYCE
5. KAIRI CASEY

JUNIOR
1. KEVIN RAMSEY
2. EMIL HUBER
3. KEVIN TRAN

NOVICE CLASS A
1. DAISUKE OYAMA
2. ANTHONY COSIE
3. FRANK LIE
4. JESSE WAGNER
5. STEVEN JONES

NOVICE CLASS B
1. MATTHEW FEARN
2. MATTHEW GELIA
3. PHILIP ACEVEDO
4. MATIAS VASQUEZ
5. ERNEST CURRY

NOVICE CLASS C
1. MARK ANDREWS
2. PAULO HENRIQUE FLOR
3. KAIRI CASEY
4. KEVIN RAMSEY
5. JOHN JOYCE

TEEN
1. JOSHUA CASTILLO
2. SEBASTIAN BURKA
3. PETER LEIKA

MASTERS OVER 35
1. ADOLFO REYES
2. EPHFRAM LAWHORNE
3. HECTOR MIRANDA
4. ERNEST CURRY
5. SEAN MURPHY

MASTERS OVER 50
1. ANDERS LIDESTAM

Figure Class A
1. LARISSA PENNIE
2. JULIANNE VACCARO
3. OLGA RIVERA
4. ASHLEY DEUTCSH
5. EMAN LEE-HUGH

LARISSA PENNIE Figure Class A 1st Place - 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships

            JULIANNE VACCARO Figure Class A 2nd Place - 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships

LARISSA PENNIE
Figure Class A (1st)
JULIANNE VACCARO
Figure Class A (2nd)

 

Figure Class B
1. HOPE TRASK
2. JANASIA PIPPINS
3. MALGORZATA WISLOCKA
4. CHAZALINA KEHOE
5. PATRICIANN CAPUTO

Figure Class C
1. JILLIAN SULZER
2. ALEXIA PERIMONY
3. ELIZABETH WHITTAKER
4. MARIAN BOBIAN
5. HEIDI CASS

Figure Class D Overall
1. CARLY MURPHY
2. ELISE PRUCHA
3. VALESCA MACEDO
4. MARCELA MELO
5. SASHA PETERS


JUNIOR
1. JANASIA PIPPINS
2. ELIZABETH WHITTAKER
3. GIOVANNA PIPIN


NOVICE CLASS A
1. JANASIA PIPPINS
2. CHAZALINA KEHOE
3. JULIANNE VACCARO
4. OLGA RIVERA
5. LAURA HAHN


NOVICE CLASS B
1. JILLIAN SULZER
2. KASSANDRA KIST
3. ELIZABETH WHITTAKER
4. MARCELA MELO
5. SASHA PETERS


MASTERS OVER 35
1. ELISE PRUCHA
2. MARIAN BOBIAN
3. RAKHI KRISHAN
4. TANAISHA ENNETT
5. NICOLE SHANNON


MASTERS OVER 40
1. ELISE PRUCHA
2. VALESCA MACEDO
3. PATRICIANN CAPUTO
4. SUZANNE RENFORTH
5. LORI GAROFALO


MASTERS OVER 50
1. MIGUELINA CABARCAS
2. SUZANNE RENFORTH
3. MARIE KRAUSE
4. GINA MCGOWAN

BIKINI CLASS A
1. LIANA MARTINEZ
2. APRIL RUIZ
3. SAMANTHA LIVERSRIDGE
4. ANAE MICHELE
5. VICTORIA DOCETI

LIANA MARTINEZ Bikini Class A 1st Place - 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships

           APRIL RUIZ Bikini Class A 2nd Place - 2016 Atlantic States Championships

LIANA MARTINEZ
Bikini Class A (1st)
APRIL RUIZ
Bikini Class A (2nd)

 
Bikini Class B
1. JAIME LEE
2. EKATERINA KOZLOVA
3. CAMILLE DAGORN
4. DIANA VOGEL
5. YESENIA LEMUS

Bikini Class C
1. ALEXANDRA SANCHEZ
2. JESSICA DOLIAS
3. JACQUELINE SOLOMON
4. BRIANNA GUIDA
5. TANYA VOSHELL

Bikini Class D
1. CAROLINA ARAUJO
2. ASHLEY MOSIER
3. KERRIE WILLIAMS
4. MARGARITA HAINES
5. CHRISTIE MATSCHKE

CLASS E
1. ALEXANDRIA BONSTEIN
2. PITA BUMBA
3. ASHLEY MAHARAJ
4. BROOKE DANIELS
5. KATIE ROMANOVSKY

CLASS F
1. MARIE BLANCHARD
2. MICHELLE RUBINO
3. KAREN ELSON
4. THALITA CARDOSO
5. ALYSSA DEVINS

JUNIOR
1. JESSICA DOLIAS
2. APRIL RUIZ
3. ANDREA SAMULEWSKI
4. CATHARINE GREER
5. KIRA LOVEATZ

NOVICE CLASS A
1. JAIME LEE
2. OLGA ZENOU
3. KIRSTY FLORES 4. ALLYSON SPUNGIN
5. VICTORIA DOCETI

NOVICE CLASS B
1. ALEXANDRA SANCHEZ
2. DANIELLA MOSCA
3. COURTNEY DZIEWIT
4. JENNIFER PORTO
5. KALEENA GARZA

NOVICE CLASS C
1. MICHELLE RUBINO
2. ALEXANDRIA BONSTEIN
3. THALITA CARDOSO
4. ANDREA SAMULEWSKI
5. PITA BUMBA

MASTERS OVER 35
1. JACQUELINE SOLOMON
2. ASHLEY MOSIER
3. CHRISTIE MATSCHKE
4. ALEXANDRA RICE
5. JANAE MICHELE

MASTERS OVER 40
1. CHRISTIE MATSCHKE
2. ALEXANDRA RICE
3. KERRIE WILLIAMS
4. MARIA CARUSO
5. SEPIDEH AGHDAM

MEN'S CLASSIC PHYSIQUE
CLASS A
1. TED OKOSI
2. SONNY WEISS
3. DAVE MIHALOVIC
4. ZIHENG LI
5. TARIK SAMAD

TED OKOSI Physique Class A - 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships

           SONNY WEISS Physique Class A 2nd Place - 2016 Atlantic States Championships

TED OKOSI
Physique Class A Overall (1st)
SONNY WEISS
Physique Class A Overall (2nd)


Mens Physique Class B
1. JOSE FEBRILLET
2. ALFREDO FERRER
3. JASON GOMES
4. KENNETH SILCOTT
5. JOHN PINET

Mens Physique Class C
1. JONATHAN LINDEN
2. JEFF KLOEPPING
3. SALI BACOVIC
4. NICK LIGOURI
5. JAMES TRIBBLE


MASTERS OVER 35
1. JOSE FEBRILLET
2. LAWRENCE HAU
3. ERIC GOLDFARB
4. DAVE MIHALOVIC
5. EDGAR FELTON

WOMEN'S PHYSIQUE
1. HOPE TRASK
2. CAILA RAYMOND
3. YASMIN FONSECA
4. CAROL THEN
5. JANELLE GALLO-RIEGGER

MASTERS OVER 35
1. YASMIN FONSECA
2. JANELLE GALLO-RIEGGER

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2016 NPC Atlantic States Championships. To see all results and photos visit - http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2016/npc_atlantic_states_championships/

Be sure to visit the HGH.com blog regularly for the results of other upcoming bodybuilding and fitness competitions.

 




Somatotropin/Somatropin Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions

Discover the Function, Sources and Benefits of Somatotropin Supplements and Somatropin Injections

Somatotropin—also known as human growth hormone (HGH) or simply as growth hormone (GH)—is a polypeptide produced by somatotrope cells in the pituitary gland. It supports skeletal growth in children and adolescents, and plays a role in metabolism, body composition, muscle growth and tissue repair in adults. In addition to the somatotropin naturally produced by the body, a synthetic form of HGH called somatropin is available with a doctor’s prescription. Certain health and bodybuilding supplements may also help increase somatotropin production through natural ingredients known as HGH releasers. Many of these ingredients can be found in the proprietary-blend formulas of Somatropinne HGH, Growth Factor Plus, HGH 30,000 Nanograms, A-MAX 50, and HGF MAX, among others.

Functions of Somatotropin

Children and adolescents require somatotropin for proper growth and development; those with an HGH deficiency may require somatropin injections to achieve normal height. In adults, somatotropin helps maintain healthy tissues and organs. It can also increase bone density, muscle mass, and protein synthesis as well as decrease body fat and improve exercise capacity. Because HGH production naturally declines with age, some adults take somatotropin-boosting supplements to enhance their athletic performance and combat the physical signs of aging.

Sources of Somatotropin/Somatropin

For most individuals, the primary source of somatotropin is the body’s endogenous production by the somatotropic cells of the pituitary gland. The body produces its highest levels of somatotropin during childhood and adolescence; these levels significantly decline when the individual reaches full adult height. Scientists have also developed a synthetic form of somatotropin known as somatropin or somatrem, using E. coli or mammalian cells to create therapeutic proteins in a laboratory setting. Somatropin is chemically identical to the somatotropin that is produced by the pituitary gland and administered by subcutaneous injection. It is a regulated substance, which means it can only be legally prescribed for FDA-approved uses.

Since somatropin injections are not legally available to healthy adults, those seeking the benefits of somatotropin may opt to take natural supplements that are designed to boost the body’s own HGH production. Certain amino acids are recognized as natural HGH releasers—including GABA, arginine, ornithine, glutamine, lysine, tyrosine and glycine—so dietary supplements containing these ingredients may help increase somatotropin levels.

Somatropin Benefits and Uses

The pituitary gland’s secretion of somatotropin supports bodily growth and development throughout childhood and adolescence, so the most common reason for prescribing somatropin is to treat children and teens with HGH deficiency or specific medical conditions. FDA-approved pediatric uses of somatropin include idiopathic growth hormone deficiency, Noonan syndrome, Turner syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, chronic renal insufficiency, short stature homeobox-containing gene (SHOX) deficiency, and idiopathic short stature.

Although HGH levels naturally decline with age, somatotropin continues to play a role throughout adulthood—helping to regulate metabolism and protein synthesis and promoting organ, tissue and bone health. Somatropin may be legally prescribed to adults who have severe HGH deficiency, which normally occurs due to a pituitary adenoma (tumor) or adenoma-related surgery or radiation treatments. It is also sometimes prescribed to prevent or minimize wasting in AIDS patients.

Somatropin injections can improve bone density, muscle mass and exercise capacity in adults with HGH deficiency, and they can produce similar outcomes in healthy adults. As a result, some bodybuilders and athletes take somatropin to enhance their athletic performance and physique. However, it should be noted that somatropin cannot legally be prescribed for such purposes. Furthermore, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), International Olympic Committee and numerous sports organizations have banned the use of HGH injections among athletes.

Given the potential repercussions associated with illegal somatropin injections, many bodybuilders, athletes and aging adults have starting taking natural HGH supplements to help the body increase its own somatotropin production. Proponents of somatotropin-boosting supplements report that these natural HGH releasers have helped them develop lean muscle, improve their strength and endurance, and recover from intense workouts and injuries more quickly. They also credit HGH supplements with enhancing their body composition and slowing the visible signs of aging.

Somatropin Side Effects

Individuals considering HGH injections should be aware of somatropin side effects and interactions. Some users have experienced an allergic reaction, with symptoms such as itching or rashes, chest pain, difficulty breathing, or swelling of the face, tongue, or throat. Other possible side effects include headaches, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, fluid retention, swelling of the hands or feet, muscle stiffness or pain, and burning, tingling or numbness in the skin. Somatropin may increase the risk of developing diabetes, cancer or pancreatitis, and it can cause dislocation of the hipbone that results in limping or knee/hip pain. Interactions have been recorded when somatropin is used with estrogen hormone replacement or glucocorticoids (such as prednisone or hydrocortisone), and somatropin can cause adverse effects in patients with diabetes, scoliosis, kidney disease and certain other medical conditions.

Somatotropin-boosting HGH supplements tend to have fewer and less severe side effects than somatropin injections; however, the side effects and interactions will vary depending on the supplement’s ingredients.

More detailed safety information on somatropin side effects, interactions and precautions can be found on the Mayo Clinic website. For natural somatotropin-boosting supplements, refer to the relevant ingredient articles on HGH.com to learn about potential side effects and interactions. As with any medication or health supplement, it is best to consult your physician before using somatropin injections or natural HGH supplements.

Somatotropin/Somatropin Research and Studies

Researchers have conducted numerous studies on both the natural and synthetic forms of somatotropin. Visit the PubMed site sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to explore the latest somatotropin research and somatropin studies. For research on specific ingredients that have been shown to boost somatotropin levels, refer to the corresponding ingredient articles on the HGH.com blog.

You will discover there is a wealth of information on at HGH.com. We recently posted this related blog post on HGH/somatotropin: Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions.

HGH.com Supplements With Natural Somatotropin/HGH Releasers

Many of the health and bodybuilding supplements available from HGH.com are formulated to naturally increase somatotropin/HGH levels. These products include:

Somatropinne HGH – Purity Select’s natural Somatropinne HGH capsules contain a proprietary blend of L-arginine, cowhage, maca and horny goat weed. As an over-the-counter somatotropin releaser, this supplement is formulated to help athletes gain lean muscle and increased energy while also providing weight-loss and anti-aging benefits.

HGH 30,000 Nanograms Pills and HGH 30,000 Nanograms Spray –Purity Select’s 30,000 Nanogram HGH pills and spray are designed to promote somatotropin production, muscle growth, increased energy and other health benefits. They contain a powerful combination of amino acids—including L-glutamine, L-arginine, L-ornithine, L-lysine, L-glycine, L-valine and L-tyrosine —as well as other natural ingredients such as colostrum, GABA, cowhage (mucuna pruriens), long jack and deer antler velvet.

Growth Factor Plus – As its name suggests, Growth Factor Plus is intended to support height growth as well as bone and joint health. Its proprietary blend of ingredients features amino acids such as L-arginine, L-ornithine, L-lysine, L-glycine, L-glutamine, and L-tyrosine.

HGF MAX – Purity Select HGF MAX is intended to boost somatotropin production, improve muscle tone, build muscle, promote fat loss, boost energy and increase metabolism. Its proprietary blend of ingredients includes arginine, GABA, glutamine, lysine, glycine, tyrosine, ornithine and deer antler velvet.

Ana-GH – These capsules contain a blend of L-group amino acids such as L-leucine and L-valine as well as plant-based ingredients such as horny goat weed and maca. Ana-GH is intended to jumpstart bulking cycles by promoting muscle mass and weight gains, improving protein synthesis, and contributing to joint and muscle repair.

Anapolan-MAX 50 (A-MAX 50) – Anapolan-MAX is formulated to support lean muscle gain while boosting somatotropin production and testosterone levels. Its proprietary blend of ingredients includes L-tyrosine, Tribulus terrestris, cowhage (mucuna pruriens), shilajit and dehydroepiandrosterone.

ClenXDV – Featuring a proprietary blend of DHEA, deer antler velvet, wild yam, Tribulus terrestris and other natural ingredients, ClenXDV is intended to help athletes and bodybuilders build muscle, lose weight and burn fat.

DBol-GH – This anabolic lean muscle gainer is designed to promote lean mass and muscle growth, support muscle recovery and naturally boost HGH levels with a proprietary blend of ingredients that include bovine colostrum, beta-ecdysterone, L-valine and L-leucine.

Dekka – With a blend of Korean ginseng root, yucca bark, wild yam root, and dehydroepiandrosterone, Dekka capsules are formulated to help bodybuilders achieve lean mass, weight gain, muscle building and bulking.

Testosterone Plus – HGH Testosterone Plus features a proprietary blend of long jack, maca, Tribulus terrestris, ginkgo biloba and other natural ingredients that are intended to help build muscle, aid in muscle recovery and boost energy while offering sexual health benefits such as improved libido and stamina.

RoidX Juice – The ingredients in RoidX Juice are designed to help bodybuilders quickly develop muscle and gain weight in addition to supporting muscle recovery. RoidX Juice capsules contain a proprietary blend of Vitamin E, Tribulus terrestris, shilajit and dehydroepiandrosterone.

Winstrol Max – Optimized for cutting cycles, Winstrol Max is formulated to promote lean mass gain and help athletes achieve ripped abs. Its powerful blend of ingredients includes L-group amino acids such as leucine, arginine and valine as well as oat straw (Avena sativa) extract and saw palmetto.

References:

Drug Enforcement Administration. “Human Growth Hormone”; DEA fact sheet; August 2013. <http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_chem_info/hgh.pdf>

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “Somatropin Information”; published under “Drug Safety and Availability”; August 4, 2011. <http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/PostmarketDrugSafetyInformationforPatientsandProviders/ucm237839.htm>

Kamionka, Mariusz. “Engineering of Therapeutic Proteins Production in Escherichia Coli”; Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology; February 2011. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3179032>

Mayo Clinic. “Somatropin, E-Coli Derived (Subcutaneous Route, Injection Route)”; Mayo Clinic website; last updated April 1, 2015. <http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/somatropin-e-coli-derived-subcutaneous-route-injection-route/description/drg-20071575>

Mayo Clinic. “Somatropin, Mammalian Derived (Injection Route, Subcutaneous Route)”; Mayo Clinic website; last updated April 1, 2015. <http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/somatropin-mammalian-derived-injection-route-subcutaneous-route/description/drg-20071668>

WebMD. “Somatropin Injection”; accessed June 9, 2015. <http://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-6259/somatropin-injection/details>





Bodybuilding Motivation and Inspiration

Inspiration and Motivation for Bodybuilders

There are times when we all need that extra push, a reason to keep going or a kick-start as we begin our journey to achieve a new goal. We've been on the prowl for some great bodybuilding motivation to keep you going or to help you begin anew. What we found was some video encouragement. We discovered the best bodybuilders of 2015, one of the most talked about bodybuilding rivalries around, and six secrets to success for both bodybuilding and life. We also put together a special Bodybuilding Motivation Pinterest board with loads of pins to get you pumped.

The Best Bodybuilding Performers in 2015

Let's take a look at a few of the top contenders for 2015. You can see how they workout with such determination and dedicate their lives to be the best bodybuilders in the world. They do whatever it takes to be at the top and lead the way in the world of bodybuilding. Who motivates you to try harder and dig deep, so that you will join the incredible bodybuilders on this list?

Branch Warren "Quadrasaurus" Roelly Winklaar "The Beast" Kai Greene "The Predator" Hidetada Yamagishi "The Dragon" Victor Martinez "The Dominican Dominator" Dennis Wolf "The Big Bad Wolf" Phil Heath "The Gift"

Arnold Schwarzeneggar’s Six Rules of Success

How can you achieve more? What are the secrets to success? From his bodybuilding career to his stint with establishing an income with real estate to his success as a Hollywood actor to his time as a politician, Arnold Schwarzeneggar has had many notable successes in life. Schwarzeneggar shares his rules to success in life during his 2009 USC commencement speech. These six rules can be applied to your gym training, your bodybuilding efforts, at your job, with your family, for your favorite hobby or just in your everyday life.

Trust Yourself Break the Rules Don’t be Afraid to Fail Don’t Listen to the Naysayers Work Your Butt off Give Back

Motivated by Rivalry

Over the past few years a rivalry has brewed between Phil Heath and Kai Greene. The Predator and The Gift go muscle to muscle in many competitions. Year after year, they've battled for the prestigious bodybuilding title of Mr. Olympia. And year after year, Phil Heath has won the title. Kai Greene has continued to get bigger and better. He doesn't give up and works harder to give it another try. Their special rivalry really came to a head during a rather intense Mr. Olympia 2014 press conference with some serious smack talk. Again, Phil Heath took home the title. Now, we just have to wait with anticipation until the Mr. Olympia 2015 competition to find out who will be the victor.

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HGH.com Launches New E-Commerce Mobile Website

HGH.com Now Offers an Easy-to-Use Mobile Website That Allows Users to Order Natural Health and Bodybuilding Supplements on the Go

HGH.com New Mobile Online Supplement Store - HGH, Bodybuilding, Haealth & Fitness

As a leading provider of natural HGH and bodybuilding supplements, we recently unveiled a new mobile e-commerce site. Users who access HGH.com from a smartphone or similar device will automatically be directed to the mobile website.

"Our growing and loyal customer base consists of health, bodybuilders, athletes and fitness enthusiasts—people who tend to be active and on the move. So we launched the HGH.com mobile site to provide them with the convenience of ordering their favorite supplements on the go," said Dan Smith from HGH.com. "Our new mobile site has a streamlined design that makes it easy for users to find relevant products and place their order from any smartphone. I invite our customers to try it for themselves and share their feedback with us."

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2015 Jay Cutler Desert Classic Results

2015 Jay Cutler Desert Classic

April 4  
Palms Hotel & Casino,
Las Vegas, NV United States
Organizer: Dana Ross, Rami Bruyninga & Jay Cutler
Phone: 702-285-1921
Website: www.jaycutlerdesertclassic.com
Event: NPC

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

2015 NPC Jay Cutler Desert Classic Contest Photoshttp://tinyurl.com/qelb9chFrank Sepe NPC News Online Around The NPC & IFBB with JM Manion #NPCNEWS

Posted by NPC News Online on Friday, April 10, 2015

MEN'S BODYBUILDING
Super Heavyweight
1. Justin Teal
2. John Zinsmeister

Heavyweight
1. Alberto Arroyo
2. Stephen Bogey
3. Zak Pallikaros
4. Dave Bourlet
5. Kyle Ugaitafa
6. Joe Finateri

Video - Open Men Bodybuilding Overall at 2015 Jay Cutler Desert Classic

Light Heavyweight
1. Adrian Martin
2. William Conn
3. Ivan Massillon
4. Cliff Orr
5. TC Toler

Middleweight
1. Nicholas Austin
2. Kyle Cowger
3. Chris Kato
4. Raul Melendez
5. Anthony Arguelles

Welterweight
1. Nathan Coffee
2. Nick Washington
3. Zachary Hawthorne

Lightweight
1. Kevin Vuong
2. Brayden Keawe
3. Richard Morales
4. Christian Claudio

Novice Heavyweight
1. TC Toler
2. Scott Vannostrand
3. Oscar Gatez
4. Matthew Parry
5. Joe Finateri

Novice Lightweight
1. Nathan Coffee
2. Christian Claudio
3. Gilbert Rios

Novice Middleweight
1. Bobby Vasquez
2. Chris Kato
3. Anthony Arguelles
4. Michael Mazur

Wheelchair
1. Sam Jolley

Bantamweight
1. Gilbert Rios
2. Lawrence Stevens
3. Marco Angioni

Masters Over 40
1. William Conn
2. Zak Pallikaros
3. Scott Vannostrand
4. Oscar Gatez
5. Jason Nydam

Masters Over 50
1. Ivan Massillon
2. Tim Harvey
3. Williams Roberts
4. Mike Felling
   
FIGURE
Class A
1. Tessa Mick
2. Lori Cruz
3. Gretel Trejo
4. Linda Casaus

Class B
1. Juana Zazada
2. Alex Nelson
3. Kelly Hanson
4. Raymie Shoemaker
5. Arlin Mossholder

Class C
1. Carla Johnson
2. Jeanine Taddeo
3. Linzie Clawson
4. Marla Kirby
5. Poppy Reid

Class D
1. Michelle Finn-LaBree
2. Terri-Ann Carlman
3. Jolie Holschen
4. Melanie Lloyd
5. Alicia Luszcyk

Novice Class A
1. Sophia Drysdale
2. Linda Casaus
3. Gretel Trejo

Novice Class B
1. Linzie Clawson
2. Andrea Leipert
3. Rhianna Gonzalez
4. Jessica Close
5. Lisa St. Martin

Masters Over 35
1. Carla Johnson
2. Marla Kirby
3. Sophia Drysdale
4. Lori Cruz
5. Melanie Lloyd

Masters Over 40
1. Michelle Finn-LaBree
2. Terri-Ann Carlman
3. Arlin Mossholder
4. Lisa St. Martin
5. Dana Hope Arcana
   
BIKINI
Class A
1. Jacqui Beyer
2. Donna Canaria
3. Luna Beasley
4. Ana Ramirez
5. Sara Chavana

Class B
1. Habileny Sanchez
2. Karen Lozano
3. Corrina Larson
4. Amanda Barton
5. Erica Valdes

Class C
1. Ja Elam
2. Andrea Sandici
3. Samantha Villagomez
4. Kiana Lee
5. Alexi Irvine

Class D
1. Kerryne Brown
2. Renee Nelson
3. Lynndsey Miller
4. Sabrina Kearns
5. Ashley Edwards

Class E
1. Samantha Grimes
2. Mary Bungay
3. Lindsey Weigand
4. Tiffany Filbert
5. Cherlyn Jarvis

Class F
1. Elizabeth Martinez
2. Anjanette Lowe
3. Raven Williams
4. Tania Plasencia
5. Carrie Clotworthy

Grandmaster
1. Anjanette Lowe
2. Sophia Melgoza Maffioli
3. Jeni Evensen
4. Victoria Gusto
5. Robin Payton

Novice Class A
1. Jacqui Beyer
2. Andrea Sandici
3. Tenik Pritchard
4. Habileny Sanchez
5. Donna Canaria

Novice Class B
1. Lindsey Weigand
2. Mary Bungay
3. Dallas Sainsbury
4. Karly Jo Buchanan
5. Cherlyn Jarvis

Masters
1. Ja Elam
2. Kerryne Brown
3. Kiana Lee
4. Renee Nelson
5. Jeni Evensen

MEN'S PHYSIQUE
Class A
1. Tait Johnson
2. Larry Naw
3. Chris Henderson
4. Benjamin Chimoski
5. Deric Clawson

Class B
1. Daniel Robinson
2. Kyle St. Vincent
3. Jay Casagrande
4. Bobby Vasquez
5. Mark Gederos

Class C
1. Jonathan Ortega
2. Willie Garrett
3. Fabio Toscano
4. Tony Toscano
5. David Cantu

Class D
1. Jonathan Hendel
2. Vlatemir DeSouza
3. Ryan Benavente
4. Sean Epps
5. Frankie Gamez

Class E
1. Anthony Kurup
2. Anthony Marinello
3. Joe Daily

Class F
1. Joshua Self
2. James Rossi
3. Luke Matthews
4. Jasen Johnson
5. Tyler Walter

Novice Class A
1. Tait Johnson
2. Deric Clawson
3. Michael Busio
4. Manny Rivera
5. Gustavo Ruiz-Davis

Novice Class B
1. Vlatemir DeSouza
2. Frankie Gamez
3. Sean Epps
4. Abdulaziz Al-ka'ak
5. Michael Quagge

Masters Over 35
1. Jonathan Ortega
2. Fabio Toscano
3. Tony Toscano
4. David Cantu
5. Andrew Hecker

Masters Over 40
1. Willie Garrett
2. Larry Crawford
3. Bill Schoonmaker
4. Gregory Weber
5. James Girard
   
WOMEN'S BODYBUILDING
1. Morgan Martin-Jarred
2. Brigit Norris

FITNESS
Jeanine Taddeo
Raymie Shoemaker

   
WOMEN'S PHYSIQUE
Class A
1. Teresa Cross
2. Nicole Mosselli
3. Cameo Kayser
4. Dawn Borjas
5. Brigit Norris

Class B
1. Destinee Silva
2. Amy Luu
3. Morgan Martin-Jarred
4. Tania Lewis

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2015 Jay Cutler Desert Classic contest. For the the full NPC results/scores visit: http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2015/npc_jay_cutler_desert_classic/

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2014 NPC National Championships Results: Top 5 Winners in Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure and Bikini Contests

Meet the Top Winners of the 2014 NPC National Championships, Held in Miami November 21-22

Sunny Miami recently hosted hundreds of the nation’s top bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts, who traveled to South Florida to compete in the 2014 NPC National Championships. Held November 21-22, the competition marked the last NPC pro-qualifying event of the season. The 2014 NPC National Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure and Bikini Championships comprised more than 30 contests, with overall winners announced for each of the six major categories.

2014 NPC National Championships Winners

The following listings feature the top 5 winners and overall winners for each of the 2014 NPC National Championship events:

2014 NPC National Bodybuilding Championships:

Men’s Bodybuilding Champions

Men’s Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Alexis Rivera-Rolon
2. Michael Lockett
3. Blair Mone
4. Russ Allen
5. Audrius Jegelevicius

Men’s Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Dominick Cardone
2. Allen Kuhl
3. Jermaine Bell
4. David Rienzi
5. Shawn Lindo

Men’s Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Arthur Reed
2. Freddie McCray III
3. Joseph Hubbard
4. Bobby Church
5. Cane Bishop

Alexis Rivera-Rolon

Dominick Cardone

Arthur Reed

Alexis Rivera-Rolon
Men's Super Heavyweight (1st)
Dominick Cardone
Men's Heavyweight (1st)
Arthur Reed
Men's Light Heavyweight (1st)


Men’s Middleweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. David Paterik
2. Tank Moore
3. Robert Zavala
4. Fraijan Texidor
5. Lloyd Herford III

Men’s Welterweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Santiago Aragon
2. Denver Smith
3. Armando Aman
4. Larry Williams Jr.
5. Rafael Gonzalez

Men’s Lightweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Terrance Ruffin
2. Jon Marc Frazssier
3. Eric Hernandez
4. Kelly Bautista
5. Jeramy Buchanan

Men’s Bantamweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. James Shumpert
2. Robert Freeman Jr.
3. Jayson Rivera Perez
4. Adam George
5. Rafael Campuzano

Overall Men’s Bodybuilding Winner:
Alexis Rivera-Rolon

Women’s Bodybuilding Champions

Women’s Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Susan Marie Smith
2. Anne Sheehan
3. Wendy Watson
4. Melissa Fanning
5. Jennifer Gutierrez

Women’s Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Miava Nelson
2. Kristina Mele
3. Nancy Porter
4. Yahaira Agosto Vives
5. Kristi McGrael

Susan Marie Smith

Miava Nelson

Susan Marie Smith
Women's Heavyweight (1st)
Miava Nelson
Women's Light Heavyweight (1st)


Women’s Middleweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Tomefafa Ameka
2. Cassie Bates
3. Heather Osborne
4. Erin Duggan
5. Sophia Seals

Women’s Lightweight Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Linda Smith
2. Vanessa Adams
3. Frauke Diaz

Overall Women’s Bodybuilding Winner:
Susan Marie Smith

2014 NPC National Physique Championships:

Men’s Physique Champions

Men’s Physique Class A Winners:
1. Jeremy Potvin
2. Yi Peng
3. Joshua Howard
4. Shaun Gaiser
5. Tony Duong

Men’s Physique Class B Winners:
1. Andre Ferguson
2. Isaac Miranda
3. Marco Rodriguez
4. Jorge Bianchi
5. Juliano Quimson

Men’s Physique Class C Winners:
1. Chase Savoie
2. Sly Hardy
3. Jeph Gabriel
4. Jarad Thompson
5. Michael Parker

Jeremy Potvin

Chase Savoie

Jeremy Potvin
Men's Physique Class A (1st)
Chase Savoie
Men's Physique Class C (1st)



Men’s Physique Class D Winners:
1. Logan Franklin
2. Kenneth Jones
3. David Bess
4. Cameron James
5. Rashaud Watson

Men’s Physique Class E Winners:
1. Aarin Moore
2. Justin Hassan
3. Evan Shy
4. Rahkil Edwards
5. Sheriff Taiwo

Men’s Physique Class F Winners:
1. Darnell Ferguson
2. Joseph Gass
3. Javon Walker
4. Khalfani Quartey
5. Bronson Colbert

Overall Men’s Physique Winner:
Logan Franklin

Women’s Physique Champions

Women’s Physique Class A Winners:
1. Dianne Brown
2. Stacey Norris
3. Kimberly Anthony
4. Laveka Smith
5. Tonya Griffin

Women’s Physique Class B Winners:
1. Jaquita Person-Taylor
2. Karen Yoakum
3. Katie Chin
4. Jodi Lyons
5. Lori Coppola

Women’s Physique Class C Winners:
1. Marcie Simmons
2. Valerie Giovanoli
3. Sydni Wisniewski
4. Jennifer Underwood-Kallas
5. Alicia King

Women’s Physique Class D Winners:
1. Erin Knecht
2. April Cosimano
3. Stephanie Sumiel
4. Zandra Starr Thomas
5. Jacqueline Garcia

Overall Women’s Physique Winner:
Marcie Simmons

2014 NPC National Figure Championships:

Figure Champions

Figure Class A Winners:
1. Nadia Wyatt
2. Rachelle Carter
3. Christine Camacho
4. Barbie Titus
5. Rosa Alanis

Figure Class B Winners:
1. Samantha Smitchko
2. Marlissa Jordan
3. Amy Phillips
4. Thona Gonzalez
5. Carie Bradshaw-Malone

Figure Class C Winners:
1. Tina Nguyen
2. Patricia Babineaux
3. Marianne Tomita
4. Tiffany Garrett
5. Kendyl Seawright

Figure Class D Winners:
1. Kassie Kemmis
2. Kelly Dominick
3. Kialeen Hay
4. Kristy Cisneroz
5. Leah Frye

Figure Class E Winners:
1. Jessica Ann Vetter
2. Shanique Grant
3. Kaylee Rae Flanagan
4. Holly Nelson
5. Andrea Pollard

Figure Class F Winners:
1. Paulina Mora
2. Sarah Sweeney
3. Allison Cote
4. Bryana Turner
5. Jaslyn Antonini

Overall Fitness Winner:
Samantha Smitchko

2014 NPC National Bikini Championships:

Bikini Champions

Bikini Class A Winners:
1. Brynn Gonzales
2. Andreanna Calhoun
3. Karene Gonzalez
4. Heather Jimeniz
5. Katherine Alcantara

Bikini Class B Winners:
1. Chrisstina Ortiz
2. Kate Abate
3. Arianna Gonzales
4. Erin DeBlois
5. Karie Kellogg

Bikini Class C Winners:
1. Jennifer Ronzitti
2. Kristina Olson
3. Angie Majeed
4. Kris Michelle
5. Michelle Sroda

Laurin Conlin

Brynn Gonzales

Laurin Conlin
Bikini Class E (1st)
Brynn Gonzales
Bikini Class A (1st)

 

Bikini Class D Winners:
1. Jaclyn Strell
2. Chassidy Smothers
3. Amber Callahan
4. Tana Walker
5. Tifanny Urrea

Bikini Class E Winners:
1. Laurin Conlin
2. Angela Okon
3. Vanessa Porter
4. Trina Simone
5. Jaclyn Polimeni

Bikini Class F Winners:
1. Lea Beaumont
2. Brianna Krause
3. Lisa Smiling
4. Meredith Freeman
5. Cassandra Marshall

Overall Bikini Winner:
Laurin Conlin

Kudos to all of the competitors who participated in the 2014 NPC National Championships. All of us at HGH.com send our hearty congratulations to the winners – your hard work certainly paid off! For the complete list of 2014 NPC National Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure and Bikini contest rankings, visit http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2014/npc_national_championships/.

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November 2014 Tips from IFBB Pros Presented by HGH.com

HGH.com Presents IFBB Pros & Tips: November 2014 Edition

Get some quick tips and sage advice from some of the most incredible IFBB professionals. For the October 2014 edition of HGH.com’s Tips from IFBB Pros, we bring out the big guns with a quick tip from Steve Kuclo, as well as interviews with the world’s top IFBB bikini and fitness models. Plus, we get to see what life is like for IFBB Pro Karina Nascimento and we’ve added some awesome pins to our dedicated IFBB Pros & Tips Pinterest board to inspire and motivate you.

IFBB Pro Steve Kuclo’s Quick Tip

What’s the correct technique for doing a seated rear delt lateral raise? IFBB Pro Steve Kuclo provides demonstration for completing this bodybuilding rear delt exercise. As one of the main muscle groups that really pops when you’re on stage at a bodybuilding competition, the rear delts can also be well built by doing rear delt lateral raise. All you need is a couple of dumbbells, a flat bench and Steve Kuclo's know-how. Steve also shares whether you should use low, medium or high weight for the best results.

Advice from the World’s Top IFBB Bikini and Fitness Models

Let’s hear the top tips from the world’s best bikini and fitness models. They claim that, "anyone can do it!" When it comes to training, nutrition, taking the proper supplements, and having a personal trainer that cares about your health, consistency is key to get the most incredible results. Remember, it's not just a physical challenge, but it's a mental challenge as well. These IFBB leading ladies also share insight regarding setting goals, staying healthy and fit, and how to prepare for competition.

What's Life Like for IFBB Pro Karina Nascimento

Spend the day with IFBB Pro Karina Nascimento. From a radio show to working out to a photo shoot and more, we get to see how Karina spends her time two days before the New York Pro. Plus, check out what she’s eating and take a look at Karina on stage for the competition. Will she cave for what she craves?

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2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Results: Top 5 Winners in Bodybuilding, Physique, Fitness, Figure and Bikini Contests

HGH.com Athletes Ben White and Tricky Jackson Place in Top 5 of Men’s Bodybuilding and 212 Contests at the 2014 Europa Games in Phoenix

International bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts recently converged in Phoenix, Arizona, to compete in the 2014 IFBB Europa Games, also known as the 2014 Europa Phoenix Pro. The event, which was held October 25-26, featured a series of IFBB pro contests and NPC amateur competitions as well as the Europa Games Get Fit & Sports Expo. Following Saturday pre-judging and Sunday finals, official rankings determined the winners of the bodybuilding, 212, physique, fitness, figure and bikini contests.

When the results were revealed, HGH.com-sponsored athletes Ben White and Richard “Tricky” Jackson were honored among the top five bodybuilders in their respective categories. Ben placed 4th in the IFBB Pro Men’s Bodybuilding category, while Tricky ranked 4th in the IFBB Pro Men’s 212 and Under category.

Following are the top 5 winners in each of the seven 2014 IFBB Europa Phoenix Pro events:

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Men’s Bodybuilding Champions:
1. Mohamed Ali Bannout, Lebanon
2. Johnnie Jackson, Hurst, TX
3. Brad Rowe, Los Angeles, CA
4. Ben White, Glen Falls, NY
5. Fred Smalls, Townsend, DE

Left to right - Grigori Atoyan, Mohamed Bannout, Johnnie Jackson, Brad Rowe, Fred Smalls, Ben White

                 

                1st Place - Mohamed Ali Bannout, Lebanon                                4th Place - Ben White, HGH.com Sponsored Athlete

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Men’s 212 and Under Champions:
1. Jose Raymond, North Reading, MA
2. Mark Dugdale, Bothell, WA
3. Ahmad Ahmad, Sweden
4. Tricky Jackson, Louisville, KY
5. Marvin Ward, Trenton, NJ

Left to right - Ahmad Ahmad, Marvin Ward, Jose Raymond, Tricky Jackson, Mark Dugdale

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Men’s Physique Champions:
1. Jason Poston, Dallas, TX
2. Michael Ferguson, Memphis, TN
3. Xavisus Gayden, San Clemente, CA
4. Ryan Hinton, Baton Rouge, LA
5. David Gonzalez, Arlington Heights, IL

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Women’s Physique Champions:
1. Teresita Morales, Middle Village, NY
2. Heather Grace, Denver, CO
3. Tamee Marie, Boystown, NE
4. Jamie Postill, Alberta, Canada
5. La’Drissa Bonivel, Chicago, IL

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Fitness Champions:
1. Sara Kovach, Carnegie, PA
2. Whitney Jones, Chandler, AZ
3. Ryall Graber, Canada
4. Chika Aluka, Dallas, TX
5. Kelcie Gahley, Jacksonville, FL

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Figure Champions:
1. Vera Mallett, Memphis, TN
2. Ivana Ivusic, Urbandale, IA
3. Josie Zamora, El Paso, TX
4. Brittany Campbell, Killeen, TX
5. Tamara Sedlack, Corona, CA

2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix Pro Bikini Champions:
1. Sarah LeBlanc, Houma, LA
2. Francesca Lauren, Lake Oswego, OR
3. Lindsey Waters, Miami Beach, FL
4. Bianca Berry, New York, NY
5. Tatiana Koshman, Spring, TX

All of us at HGH.com would like to extend our congratulations to the 2014 IFBB Europa Phoenix Pro winners with a special shout out to Tricky and Ben, who have once again done our brand proud. Both of these IFBB pros are perfect examples of how dedicated training, proper nutrition, and natural HGH and bodybuilding supplements can help athletes perform at the top of their game.

For the complete list of 2014 IFBB Europa Games Phoenix rankings, visit http://npcnewsonline.com/2014-ifbb-europa-phoenix-official-scorecards/.

Stay tuned to HGH.com for announcements regarding the results of other upcoming fitness, physique and bodybuilding competitions.

 




Top Winners of 2014 Mr. Olympia Contests at Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend in Las Vegas

Meet the Top 5 Winners From Each Contest at the 2014 Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend, Including Mr. Olympia, Ms. Olympia and 212 Showdown

Bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts from around the world recently gathered in Las Vegas for Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend 2014, which was held September 18-21. The main events included eight International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) competitions: the 2014 Mr. Olympia, Ms. Olympia, 212 Showdown, Men’s Physique, Women’s Physique, Fitness Olympia, Figure Olympia and Bikini Olympia.

Additional events were held as part of the Olympia Expo, including Boxing, Karate, Olympic Weightlifting, Pro Powerlifting, Strongman Challenge, Tae Kwon Do, Wrestling and more.

Following are the top five winners in each of the eight main event categories:

Phillip Heath - Winner of 2014 Mr. OlympiaMr. Olympia 2014 Phil Heath

2014 Mr. Olympia – IFBB Pro Men’s Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Phillip Heath, USA
2. Kai Greene, USA
3. Shawn Rhoden, USA
4. Dennis Wolf, Germany
5. Dexter Jackson, USA

2014 Ms. Olympia – IFBB Pro Women’s Bodybuilding Winners:
1. Iris Kyle, USA
2. Alina Popa, Romania
3. Debi Laszewski, USA
4. Alana Shipp, USA
5. Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia, Venezuela

2014 Olympia 212 Showdown – IFBB Pro 212 Winners:
1. Flex Lewis, UK
2. Eduardo Correa da Silva, Brazil
3. Jose Raymond, USA
4. Hidetada Yamagishi, Japan
5. Baito Abbaspour, Iran

2014 Men’s Physique Olympia – IFBB Pro Men’s Physique Winners:
1. Jeremy Buendia, USA
2. Sadik Hadzovic, USA
3. Jason Poston, USA
4. Matthew Acton, USA
5. Steve Cook, USA

2014 Women’s Physique Olympia – IFBB Pro Women’s Physique Winners:
1. Juliana Malacarne, Brazil
2. Dana Linn Bailey, USA
3. Tycie Coppett, USA
4. Karina Nascimento, USA
5. Sabrina Taylor, USA

2014 Fitness Olympia – IFBB Pro Fitness Winners:
1. Oksana Grishina, Russia
2. Regiane da Silva, Germany
3. Tanji Johnson, USA
4. Bethany Cisternino, USA
5. Myriam Capes, Canada

2014 Figure Olympia – IFBB Pro Figure Winners:
1. Nicole Wilkins, USA
2. Candice Keene, USA
3. Candice Lewis, USA
4. Ann Titone, USA
5. Latorya Watts, USA

2014 Bikini Olympia – IFBB Pro Bikini Winners:
1. Ashley Kaltwasser, USA
2. Janet Layug, USA
3. Stacey Alexander, USA
4. Yeshaira Robles, USA
5. Amanda Latona, USA

Ms. Olympia 2014 Iris Kyle strikes a pose alongside fellow women’s bodybuilding competitors.

Congratulations to all of the winners! You can find a complete list of rankings for all of the main events during the 2014 Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend at http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2014/ifbb_mr_olympia/.

Check back soon for announcements regarding the winners of other upcoming competitions, including the 2014 NPC Tricky Jackson Classic Championships, which are co-sponsored by HGH.com health and bodybuilding supplements, as well as the 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships in Montreal and the 2014 Europa Games in Phoenix. We wish our HGH.com-sponsored pros – Richard “Tricky” Jackson, Ben White and Tara Silzer – success in their respective events, and best of luck to all of the bodybuilders and athletes competing in these contests!

 







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