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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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February 2015 Tips from IFBB Pros Presented by HGH.com

HGH.com Presents IFBB Pros & Tips: February 2015 Edition

Who better to get bodybuilding tips and tricks from than the IFBB Pros? For this month’s edition of HGH.com’s Tips from IFBB Pros, we’ve gathered a few video clips and added more to the corresponding Pinterest board. We begin with training exercises from Alice Matos, move onto an amazing back and chest workout with Brandon Curry, then round it out with the top three winners of the 2015 IFBB Pro Western Cup.

Training with IFBB Bikini Pro Alice Matos

Get an inside look at some of the exercises IFBB Bikini Pro Alice Matos does. This Brazilian bombshell demonstrates some unique training methods and even has her workout partners help her out.

We found some other interesting tidbits from an interview Alice did for SimplyShredded.com. When asked if she could only pick three exercises what would the would be and why, she chose

  • Barbell Squats
  • Bench Press
  • Back Row

Her reasoning is that they're all compound movements, so they use multiple major muscle groups simultaneously. She finds these types of exercises are ideal when building muscle mass.

Brandon Curry Gets Ready for the 2015 Arnold Classic

With only three-and-a-half weeks left until the Arnold Classic, IFBB Pro Brandon Curry hits the Bev Francis Powerhouse Gym. He's been training his heart out while focusing on quality mass gains and improvements. In this video, we take a look at his back and chest workout as he trains both areas at the same time. His workout includes:

  • Pull Ups
  • Low Row Machine
  • Close Grip Pull Downs
  • Kroc Row
  • Dumbbell Pullover
  • Decline
  • Dips
  • Pec Deck Machine
  • Incline Dumbbell Flyes

The Best of the 2015 IFBB Pro Western Cup

In Jon Lindsay's Muscle Contest, the 2015 IFBB Pro Western Cup, these three buff gentlemen placed for the men's physique competition:

  • Frank Ortega
  • Joseph Lee
  • Patrick Fulgham

After the show, they were interviewed by Tamer El Guindy, VP of Operations for Muscle Contest. When asked how long it took him to prepare for this competition, Patrick Fulgham says he did a 12-week prep. What's next for Joseph Lee? He will be back for the Muscle Grand Prix in April and is working toward going to the men's physique Olympia competition.

Last, but not least, we hear from, first place winner, Frank Ortega who had to make some sacrifices during the holiday and completed a 15 to 16-week prep for this competition. After recently suffering an injury, he just focused on making his pro debut and wants 2015 to be the year he brings his best.

Get Even More Pumped with IFBB Pros & Tips on Pinterest

Make sure to check out our dedicated IFBB Pros & Tips Pinterest board for even more motivation and helpful tidbits from the IFBB Pros. Whether you're looking for inspiration, workout tips or nutrition-related pins, this Pinterest board has it all from IFBB pros. Follow us on Pinterest for all sorts of bodybuilding boards. We'll continue to update this board and we frequently create new bodybuilding-related boards as well:

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How to Increase HGH Levels Naturally

Top 7 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Body’s Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Levels

By Dan Smith of HGH.com

In recent years, I’ve seen a growing level of interest in how to increase HGH levels naturally, particularly among bodybuilders and athletes. Given the controversy and issues associated with synthetic HGH injections, many people are seeking out natural ways to increase their body’s own production of HGH. This is something that I do myself, and it’s a topic I’ve often discussed with our HGH.com-sponsored athletes – IFBB pros Tricky Jackson, Ben White and Tara Silzer. So I decided to compile our top tips in one blog post, which highlights seven effective ways to naturally boost HGH levels.

HGH Basics and Functions

Before I get into our recommendations, let’s start with a quick review of the basics. Human growth hormone, also known as HGH, is a type of polypeptide hormone secreted by the pituitary gland. As the name implies, HGH triggers growth and repair of bone, cartilage, tissue and muscle. It also helps to improve body composition by increasing muscle mass and metabolizing fat. The pituitary gland produces its highest quantities of HGH during childhood and puberty to support the body’s growth and development. Once a child has reached full adult height, HGH production decreases substantially. In adulthood, HGH tends to be secreted in smaller bursts at specific times – during sleep, after exercise and in response to bodily stress or trauma.

Top 7 Ways to Naturally Increase HGH Levels

While the body generally follows its own set patterns for HGH secretion after puberty, there are a number of proven methods for boosting production on an ongoing basis:

1. Seek alternatives to synthetic HGH injections. While injectable growth hormones have been shown to increase HGH levels, there are a number of issues associated with this practice – including the high cost of injections as well as the fact that they are illegal without a prescription. Another lesser-known caveat is that pumping the body with high levels of artificial growth hormones may actually cause the body to decrease production of its own natural HGH. So, in the long run, it’s better to find natural ways to stimulate increased HGH secretion.

2. Get enough sleep. Since the majority of HGH production in adults occurs overnight during slow-wave sleep (or “deep” sleep), it is essential to get sufficient high-quality sleep – ideally, 7 to 8 hours per night. To help elevate HGH levels, try to adhere to a regular sleep routine: go to bed at the same time every evening and wake up at the same time each morning. It’s also important to have uninterrupted sleep, so avoid consuming alcohol or caffeine before bedtime, as they can interfere with normal sleep patterns. Try to minimize light and noise to avoid interruptions to your sleep schedule, and keep your bedroom at a comfortable temperature so that you don’t awake in the middle of the night shivering or sweating.

3. Adhere to a healthy diet. There is an inverse relationship between insulin and HGH – higher levels of insulin suppress HGH production. Therefore, it is critical to consume the right foods at the right time to regulate insulin levels and promote HGH release. Many experts recommend eating multiple small meals over the course of the day, and the majority agree that it is best to limit your intake of highly processed, complex carbohydrates (like white bread and white rice) as well as sugary food and beverages (including soda and sports drinks made with high-fructose corn syrup), as these can trigger a spike in insulin.

Your best bet is to build your diet around high-fiber, protein-rich foods, such as vegetables, fruits, nuts and beans/legumes. Opt for low-glycemic, slow-digesting carbohydrates like oatmeal, pears, apples, sweet potatoes and brown rice. To help minimize insulin secretion, try eating a low-carb, high-protein snack a few hours before bedtime – think nuts like almonds, pistachios and walnuts; pumpkin or sunflower seeds; edamame; hummus; yogurt; or cottage cheese.

4. Engage in high-intensity interval training. While proper sleep and nutrition are both effective ways to support a natural increase in HGH levels, exercise also plays a critical role. Many different types of exercise can help maintain a healthy body and regulate insulin levels, but high-intensity interval training in particular has the potential to naturally boost HGH levels. This occurs in direct response to the stress on your muscles, signaling the pituitary gland to secrete more HGH to repair the tissue. Several studies have examined the effects of this exercise-induced growth hormone response (EIGR) and determined the associated benefits.

5. Consume whey protein before and after exercise. Research has shown that consuming a rapidly absorbed protein, such as whey protein, may help promote optimal muscle building after resistance exercise. Another study found that consuming whey protein half an hour before resistance training can accelerate metabolism not only during exercise, but up to 24 hours after a workout. HGH.com offers several high-quality whey protein mixes designed to enhance muscularity and stimulate HGH production, including CytoSport Vanilla Whey Protein, Elite Chocolate Mint Whey Protein, Elite Butter Toffee Whey Protein, IsoBolic Vanilla Whey Protein and Multi-Pro Chocolate Whey Protein.

6. Practice occasional fasting. A healthy diet is vital to provide the energy you need to complete intense workouts. However, some studies have suggested that intermittent fasting may be an effective way to balance blood-sugar levels and trigger HGH release. If your workout schedule allows for it, you might want to try periodic fasting on any off days in your training.

7. Add natural HGH releasers to your dietary supplements. Unlike injectable HGH, which introduces synthetic chemicals into your system, natural HGH releasers stimulate your body to produce more of its own HGH. Look for HGH supplements that contain proven natural ingredients, such as L-arginine, L-glutamine, L-leucine, L-tyrosine, bovine colostrum and others. You’ll find many of these naturally derived ingredients in Purity Select health and bodybuilding supplements from HGH.com, including HGH 30,000 Pills, HGH 30,000 Spray, Somatropinne HGH, DBol-GH, Ana-GH and HGH Testosterone Plus.

Following these recommendations will help you increase HGH levels naturally and in a healthy way while also enabling you to attain peak physical condition. Are there any other tips and best practices you implement to boost your HGH production? We invite you to join the conversation and post your comments below!

References:

Besedovsky, Luciana; Lange, Tanja; and Born, Jan. “Sleep and Immune Function”; Pflugers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology; January 2012. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22071480>

Churchward-Venne, Tyler A.; Burd, Nicholas A; and Phillips, Stuart M. “Nutritional Regulation of Muscle Protein Synthesis With Resistance Exercise: Strategies to Enhance Anabolism”; Nutrition & Metabolism; May 2012. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22594765>

Godfrey, Richard J.; Madgwick, Zahra; and Whyte, Gregory P. “The Exercise-Induced Growth Hormone Response in Athletes”; Sports Medicine; July 2003. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12797841>

Hackney, Kyle J.; Bruenger, Adam J.; Lemmer, Jeffrey T. “Timing Protein Intake Increases Energy Expenditure 24 H After Resistance Training”; Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; May 2010. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19997003>

Harvard Medical School. “Growth Hormone, Athletic Performance, and Aging”; Harvard Men’s Health Watch; May 2010; accessed November 9, 2014. <http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletters/Harvard_Mens_Health_Watch/2010/May/growth-hormone-athletic-performance-and-aging>

Ho, Kian Y.; Veldhuis, Johannes D.; et al. “Fasting Enhances Growth Hormone Secretion and Amplifies the Complex Rhythms of Growth Hormone Secretion in Man”; The Journal of Clinical Investigation; April 1988. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3127426>

Jackson, Joe. “Unlock Your Potential: How to Boost Your HGH Levels”; Men’s Fitness; accessed November 9, 2014. <http://www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/supplements/unlock-your-potential-how-to-boost-your-hgh-levels>

Nindl, Bradley C.; Pierce, Joseph R.; et al. “Twenty-Hour Growth Hormone Secretory Profiles after Aerobic and Resistance Exercise”; Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; October 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24576855>





Top Winners of the 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships in Montreal

Meet the Top Physique, Fitness, Bikini Fitness and Bodyfitness Winners of the IFBB World Fitness Championships Held in October 2014

Canada recently hosted an international assembly of fitness enthusiasts during the 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships, which were held October 17-20 in Montreal. Over 230 athletes competed in the events, which included Women’s Fitness, Bikini Fitness, Bodyfitness and Physique; Men’s Fitness and Physique; and Mixed Pairs. The results were also tallied to determine the winners of the Team Championships by country.

Following are the top winners for each of the 2014 IFBB World Fitness contests:

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Women’s Fitness Results

Women’s Fitness Up to 163cm Winners:
1. Dominika Multanova, Slovakia
2. Kristina Koroljak, Estonia
3. Emma Paveley, United Kingdom
4. Georgiana Padure, Romania
5. Laura Cupsa, Romania

Women’s Fitness Over 163cm Winners:
1. Liudmila Nikitina, Russia
2. Oksana Orobets, Ukraine
3. Barbora Seckarova-Buncakova, Slovakia
4. Endla Vaher, Estonia
5. Tatiana Dvortsova, Russia

Women’s Fitness Overall Winners:
1. Liudmila Nikitina, Russia
2. Dominika Multanova, Slovakia

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Men’s Fitness Results

Men’s Fitness Open Winners:
1. Fedir Khashalov, Ukraine
2. Nazar Kharkhun, Ukraine
3. Konstantin Nekrasov, Russia
4. Mihai Moruz, Romania
5. Anton Mushtanov, Russia

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Women’s Bikini Fitness Results

Women’s Bikini Fitness Up to 160cm Winners:
1. Sandra Jokic, Norway
2. Amanda Lima, Brazil
3. Maria Aranguren, Spain
4. Svitlana Sydorenko, Ukraine
5. Jaana Malytcheva, Finland

Women’s Bikini Fitness Up to 163cm Winners:
1. Hanna Garbos, Poland
2. Jeanette Elstad, Norway
3. Michaela Brutenic, Slovakia
4. Rodika Bodrug, Sweden
5. Sayuri Torres, Brazil

Women’s Bikini Fitness Up to 166cm Winners:
1. Juliana Dantas, Brazil
2. Denisa Hargasova, Slovakia
3. Sarah Allen, Australia
4. Frida Sjöström, Sweden
5. Karina Skowronska, United Kingdom

Women’s Bikini Fitness Up to 169cm Winners:
1. Olga Viazmetinova, Ukraine
2. Sarah Reis, Brazil
3. Camilla Back, Finland
4. Shannon Atkinson, South Africa
5. Jana Milova, Slovakia

Women’s Bikini Fitness Up to 172cm Winners:
1. Alla Semenova, Ukraine
2. Kristina Nuut, Estonia
3. Brigitta Békefi, Hungary
4. Kathrin Weishaupt, Germany
5. Reet Reimets, Estonia

Women’s Bikini Fitness Over 172cm Winners:
1. Olga Putrova, Russia
2. Olivia Pohankova, Slovakia
3. Paula Banot, Poland
4. Jaclyn Phillips, Canada
5. Kathrin Hollmann, Germany

Women’s Bikini Fitness Overall Winners:
1. Olga Viazmetinova, Ukraine
2. Alla Semenova, Ukraine
3. Olga Putrova, Russia
4. Juliana Dantas, Brazil
5. Hanna Garbos, Poland

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Women’s Bodyfitness Results

Women’s Bodyfitness Up to 158cm Winners:
1. Veronica Gallego, Spain
2. Valentina Mazzola, Italy
3. Angela Derzapf, Germany
4. Inna Trofymenkova, Ukraine
5. Roberta Visintainer, Italy



Women’s Bodyfitness Up to 163cm Winners:
1. Gabriella Szabó, Hungary
2. Aurelie Sefi, Canada
3. Margita Zámolová, Czech Republic
4. Zrinka Fiser, Croatia
5. Julie Oftedal, Norway

Women’s Bodyfitness Up to 168cm Winners:
1. Adela Ondrejovicova, Slovakia
2. Kristina Skjelberg, Norway
3. Federica Ghezzi, Italy
4. Hanna Saario, Finland
5. Michaela Růžičková, Czech Republic

Women’s Bodyfitness Over 168cm Winners:
1. Maria Hasselmark, Sweden
2. Kinga Szweda, Poland
3. Barbara Molyneaux, Canada
4. Caroline Caine, United Kingdom
5. Therese Swedbom, Sweden

Women’s Bodyfitness Overall Winners:
1. Gabriella Szabó, Hungary
2. Adela Ondrejovicova, Slovakia
3. Veronica Gallego, Spain
4. Maria Hasselmark, Sweden

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Women’s Physique Results

Women’s Physique Up to 163cm Winners:
1. Jana Purdjakova, Slovakia
2. Olga Chernous, Ukraine
3. Alina Cepurniene, Lithuania
4. Priscila Castilha Cavina, Brazil
5. Fernanda Gutilla Sierra, Brazil

Women’s Physique Over 163cm Winners:
1. Silvia Fraga, Brazil
2. Cristina Arellano, Spain
3. Giuditta Magazzino, Italy
4. Rachel Foster, Canada
5. Lucy Cerantola, Canada

Women’s Physique Overall Winners:
1. Jana Purdjakova, Slovakia
2. Silvia Fraga, Brazil

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Men’s Physique Results

Men’s Physique Up to 170cm Winners:
1. Carlos Nuñez, Spain
2. Trevor Ryan, Canada
3. Boás Oliveira, Brazil
4. Paulius Ratkevicius, Lithuania
5. Pontus Koskelainen, Sweden

Men’s Physique Up to 174cm Winners:
1. Alexander Myrvold, Norway
2. Henrique De Carvalho, France
3. Luiz Kokufu, Brazil
4. Stephanus Fick, South Africa
5. Yasin Şahin, Turkey

Men’s Physique Up to 178cm Winners:
1. Marco Gandolfi Vannini, Italy
2. Grzegorz Placzkowski, Poland
3. Petter Orvik Grønningsæter, Norway
4. Marco Nascimento, Brazil
5. Jean Noel Gamer, France



Men’s Physique Over 178cm Winners:
1. Eren Legend, Canada
2. Lucas Ferrara, Brazil
3. Eduardo Monteiro, Brazil
4. Jaani Inkinen, Finland
5. Johannes Leivo, Finland



Men’s Physique Overall Winners:
1. Eren Legend, Canada
2. Carlos Nuñez, Spain
3. Alexander Myrvold, Norway
4. Marco Gandolfi Vannini, Italy

2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships Mixed Pairs Results

Mixed Pairs Winners:
1. Blanche Coppola and Ralph Decelis, Malta
2. Inna Trofymenkova and Fedir Khashalov, Ukraine
3. Angela Derzapf and Antonio Murania, Germany
4. Tiffany Hodsman and Ali Najafian, Canada
5. Maria Mikola and Bernie Mockler, Canada

2014 IFBB World Fitness Team Championships Results

Team Championships Winners:
1. Ukraine
2. Slovakia
3. Brazil
4. Norway
5. Canada

Kudos to all who competed in this international event, and congratulations to the winners! You can find a complete list of rankings for all of the 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championship contests at http://www.ifbb.com/wp-content/uploads/2014-IFBB-Montreal-Results.pdf.

Check back for announcements regarding the results of other upcoming competitions. Next week we’ll post the winners of the 2014 Europa Games in Phoenix. Among the competitors participating in that event are IFBB pros Tricky Jackson and Ben White, both of whom are sponsored by HGH.com fitness and bodybuilding supplements. We wish the best of luck to our sponsored athletes Tricky and Ben, and to all of you competing in Phoenix!




HGF Max HGH Pills can help boost your HGH Levels without HGH Injections

 
HGF Max is truly a breakthrough HGH Pill that 
will help your body create supplemental HGH as well
as give you similar effects as HGH Injections.

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HGF Max Can Boost HGH with Pills, No Injections Needed

Is the main thing keeping you from using HGH the fact that you need to inject it into your system? If so, you need to look at the advantages of HGF MAX HGH, which can now be purchased in pill form. This helps give you the same benefits that injections provide, but it does so without the needles. You just take the 750 mg doses 2-4 times per day, recommended for anyone over 18, and the pills will help you produce the same hormones in your body that you would get through the painful HGH injections. These are also the same hormones that your pituitary gland produced when you were younger.

Do You Need a Prescription for HGF Max HGH?

No. Currently, you need to get a prescription from a doctor for HGH injections. These are often used to promote healing and tissue regeneration after surgery or after an accident. For example, many people who suffer traumatic injuries while playing sports use HGH because it allows injuries to heal in just a fraction of the time than it would without the extra hormones, were they relying solely on what their body was producing. You do not need a prescription for HGF Max HGH pills. This makes them accessible if you are looking to increase muscle mass, developing your pectorals, biceps, abs, and obliques.

Using HGF Max HGH also means that you get to avoid needles and the pain and discomfort that they bring. This can even bypass psychological barriers. Many people suffer from mental blocks that make it all but impossible for them to use needles on themselves, even with repetition. This forces them to forgo the advantages of growth hormones, despite the fact that they both need and want those advantages. Pills offer no psychological barriers, so they open up the world of healing and muscular development to everyone.

The Decrease of Natural HGH and the Need for HGF Max HGH

The body itself creates a need for HGF Max HGH pills in many people. This is just part of the developmental process, and people accepted it as fact for years, not realizing that steps could be taken to combat aging.
  • At birth, the pituitary gland is already producing human growth hormone.
  • By the time you reach 25, the levels are around 600 ug.
  • As you age, these levels fall at a steady rate.
  • By age 60, the levels are only at about 15% of what they were when you were 25.
  • Without a healthy diet, many people actually reach this 15% by age 40.
It can be seen that aging impacts HGH levels in a drastic fashion. With low levels, your energy will decrease, your muscles will diminish, your libido can be affected, and you will not heal as quickly. Taking HGF Max HGH is the perfect way to fight back so that you can look and feel younger, and the pills make it easier than it has ever been to find these results. If you have been dreading injections and prescriptions, look into this new way to increase your hormone levels today!

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Injecting Human Growth Hormone defeats Russian Paralympians

 
 
Choosing HGH Supplements over 
HGH Injections are not only safer, 
some will even pass WADA testing.

Supplements that support the creation of your own human growth hormone are safer and can be a better option than injecting yourself with human growth hormone

Failed Drug Tests Ruin Olympians Hopes

With drug testing becoming increasingly more advanced trying to keep up with the production of new supplements and drugs, a new test that detects Human Growth Hormone over the course of several weeks instead of just a few days in your body has caused  two Russian Olympians to fail drug tests and ruined their Olympic hopes.
 
According to an article published today at The Australian (http://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/in-depth/two-russian-paralympians-admit-to-injecting-human-growth-hormone/story-fnf990ez-1226471399747), Vadim Rakitin was disqualified from preliminary rounds of powerlifting, and Nikolay Marfin was expelled from competition.
 
Athlete drug testing is primarily handled and controlled by WADA, who is celebrating this failed test by these two Olympians. The Australian quoted, “All sports that are signatories to the WADA code are now using the HGH tests, so cheaters are caught in between Games”. 

An important distinction - Injecting Human Growth Hormone is detectable in your body because it's technically a foreign substance. The trick is to get your body to produce more of your own HGH naturally...

How to avoid failed drug tests and still get the benefits of HGH Supplement

Today's Athletes need to be aware of what they ingest or inject into their bodies. The Australian noted, “The first positive [test] was to Brazilian powerlifter Bruno Pinheiro Carra, who was given a nine-month suspension after a banned substance was found in his green tea capsules.” WADA lists all banned substances that will fail drug tests. This doesn't mean athletes cannot take anything, it simply means they need to be mindful of what they take.

There are a lot of supplements that are perfectly legal and accepted by WADA. Athletes need to review labels of supplements they take and also need to be aware of the manufacturer. The supplement industry is not regulated, so it's possible that label claims aren't accurate and that manufacturers hide certain ingredients in order to make their supplements work better. (Hence someone can fail a drug test by taking green tea capsules). Anyone, athlete or non-athlete should make sure they are taking HGH Supplements (or any supplement) from a reputable company. 


HGH.com and Purity Select are 100% transparent in what they are selling, the ingredients in every bottle, and the reviews. We stand by our products and our testimonials speak for themselves. Most of the products found on HGH.com will indeed pass WADA tests. And for those that don't, as always we're continually ahead of the game by producing and upgrading formulas before certain tests can keep up.


For a list of HGH Supplements and other bodybuilding and heath supplements, visit http://www.hgh.com.

For a list of banned substances, you can visit the World Anti-Doping Agency at http://www.wada-ama.org/
To view the full "The Australian" article on "Two Russian Paralympians admit to injecting human growth hormone, go to http://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/in-depth/two-russian-paralympians-admit-to-injecting-human-growth-hormone/story-fnf990ez-1226471399747

 




Do I Need Human Growth Hormone Injections, or can I Naturally Make My Own?

 
 
 
You can take HGH Supplements from
HGH.com to increase your HGH levels

Do I Need HGH Injections or can I get my body produce HGH naturally?

Many people are discovering how human growth hormone supplements, which are available in both pill and injectable forms, can make them feel and look years younger than they truly are. Human growth hormone injections have the power to increase production of growth hormone by your pituitary gland, providing benefits such as improved bone density, increased muscle mass, higher energy levels and better sexual performance in the process.

Because human growth hormones injections include a wide variety of ingredients, many of which are amino acids that can be taken in through food sources, some individuals wonder if there are ways they can get their body to increase the hormones naturally, through dietary changes. There are some dietary changes that will enhance growth hormone production. These include:
  • Eating several smaller meals during the day, instead of three large meals. This will help control blood glucose levels and insulin production. This will cause the body to store less fat and increase the release of growth hormone to the bloodstream.
  • Cut back on the sugar and fat. Your pituitary gland reduces the amount of growth hormone released after a fatty meal. Reducing simple carbohydrates and sugary foods also helps.
  • Eat more complex carbohydrates and lean protein.
Although these dietary changes will help you to naturally increase your body’s production of human growth hormones, by themselves, they may not be enough. Diet changes will only get you so far...

Why Do I Need HGH Supplements?

The amino acids are produced by your body naturally, but in limited quantities as you age, and you can't necessarily eat enough to supplement it with food alone. To look and feel your best, you need to supplement your body’s naturally produced hormones. Research scientists have spent years experimenting with various ingredient combinations and ratios in order to develop the safest, most effective human growth hormone supplements - and HGH.com has built on that research and developed the best most enhanced supplements available on the market! Each ingredient is designed to serve a specific purpose, a purpose it may not be able to serve if not in the presence of other carefully chosen ingredients. Currently, injectable forms of human growth hormone supplements are available only to individuals who have a valid prescription from a medical doctor.

These injectable growth hormone supplements are designed to work quickly and effectively.
As an alternative, individuals can purchase human growth hormones in pill form without a prescription. Although pill-based HGH supplements don't work quite as quickly as their injectable counterparts, they produce the same positive effects and benefits over time. Since the process works more gradually, it isn't as jarring to the body and comes with fewer side effects as a result. Human growth supplements available as pills are often less expensive than human growth hormone injections as well, further reducing the need to attempt to make the injection formulas on your own.

 




When Human Growth Hormone Pills are Better Than HGH Injections

 
 
In many cases, HGH Pills are 
better than HGH Injections

When Human Growth Hormone Pills are Better than HGH Injections

As people age, they naturally produce less and less human growth hormone every year. Human growth hormone is produced naturally by the pituitary gland, but once its production slows down, you can lose your youthful vitality and experience reductions in bone density and muscle mass, along with a drop in sex drive and a propensity to store extra body fat. By taking human growth hormone supplements, you can drastically boost your energy levels while reversing all of the aforementioned effects.

Human growth hormone supplements are available as pills and even some liquids that you can spray in your mouth. Human growth hormone injections are different than supplemental pills and pills have a number of advantages over injections for most individuals. These advantages are described below.

The Benefits of Human Growth Hormone Pills over Injections

Originally, human growth hormone supplements were only available in injectable form. Later, scientists uncovered ways to package human growth hormone supplements as pills, as well as creams and lotions intended for external application.

Regardless of the type of human growth hormone supplement you choose, you can expect to experience the following benefits and more:
  • Increased muscle mass
  • Improved energy
  • Reduced body fat percentage
  • Improved libido and sexual performance
  • More youthful appearance
  • Reduction in the rate of aging
  • Increased metabolism
However, human growth hormone pills have certain advantages over HGH injections. The most obvious advantage is that you can take a supplement orally just as you would a vitamin supplement or a headache medication. This makes human growth hormone supplementation more appealing to those who may shy away from the idea of daily self-injections due to a fear of needles or the pain involved with an injection.
The other major benefit of human growth hormone pills over injections is that pills come with fewer side effects. This is largely due to the fact that they're slower-acting, giving more body more time to adjust to the changes and make full use of the benefits.

Legal Concerns for Growth Hormone Injections

Another reason why many people choose human growth hormone pills over injections has to do with legality. As of now, injectable forms of human growth hormone are only available by prescription. This means that you'll need a doctor to assess your condition and determine that injectable human growth hormone supplementation would be medically beneficial. However, many individuals can benefit from HGH supplementation even if their doctors don't deem it medically necessary. For these individuals, human growth hormone pills are the answer. It's important to note that HGH Pills for supplementation do not contain actual human growth hormone - simply ingredients that help you produce more of the hormone naturally as you did your youth.

Are HGH Injections Ever Preferable Over Pills

There are definitely cases where injections are preferable. While I'm not a doctor, in certain cases, the fast-acting nature of human growth hormone injections makes them preferable over pills. For example, for individuals suffering from severe muscle atrophy as a result of HIV or AIDS, receiving a doctor's prescription for an injectable form of human growth hormone would be the best course of action. Even in some children who need help with a growth deficiency.

However, for the typical person looking to benefit from increased HGH levels, more times than not HGH Pills will be the preferred supplement of choice.

To purchase HGH Pills online, visit http://www.hgh.com.

 




A Quick Guide to Human Growth Hormone Therapy

 
 
Understanding HGH & how to 
effectively supplement your levels

A Quick Guide to Human Growth Hormone Therapy

Human growth hormone is a substance naturally produced by the human body. As children, our bodies produce plenty of human growth hormone (or HGH) in order to stimulate overall body growth, making us grow taller and stronger as we progress toward adulthood. In fact, the average 60-year-old produces only 15% of the HGH produced by an average 25-year-old. This results in faster aging and the weakening of bone and muscle tissue, as well as resulting drops in mobility, strength, agility and vitality.

Today, science has figured out ways of naturally increasing HGH levels in the form of human growth hormone therapy, which can be administered in both pill and injection forms. By undergoing a course of human growth hormone therapy, you can restore your youthful vitality and mitigate the aging process.

Note, for a list of HGH Supplements, please visit http://www.hgh.com.

The Benefits of Human Growth Hormone Therapy

In many individuals, the pituitary gland begins to produce less and less human growth hormone in middle age. Some individuals even suffer from pituitary adenoma, in which production of human growth hormone is reduced even further. In these individuals, undergoing human growth hormone therapy can produce a wide range of benefits, including the following:
  • Reductions in body fat
  • Increase in lean muscle mass and muscle density
  • Increase in bone density, reversing the effects of diseases like osteoporosis
  • Healthier hair, nails and skin
  • Increased ability to exercise
This last benefit is especially important because recent studies indicate that one of the best things older adults can do for their health is ensuring 30 minutes of exercise per day, 5 days per week. With human growth hormone therapy, you'll be more capable of jogging, cycling, strength training, playing tennis and participating in other fitness activities that may seem out of reach in your current state of health.

Human growth hormone has also been approved as an ideal treatment for individuals suffering from muscle atrophy as a result of AIDS or HIV.

Pill and Injection Forms of Human Growth Hormone Therapy

HGH therapy can be delivered through either pills or injections. While injection is the traditional method and allows for the fastest delivery, HGH injections are now illegal except when prescribed by a medical doctor. In the past, athletes and older individuals could use human growth hormone therapy injections to enhance their performance and vitality. However, possible side effects and the risks inherent with any injectable medication has turned the medical community's focus toward HGH therapy pills instead.

Although human growth hormone therapy pills work somewhat slower than injections, they are considerably safer and provide the same long-term benefits. The pills contain a specially-designed blend of amino acids, intended to stimulate your body to produce higher levels of human growth hormone. This is an excellent way of slowing the aging process and increasing your strength and vitality without creating significant risks to your health.

 




How to Gain a Safe and Legal Advantage with HGH Supplements

 

 With the summer Olympics just about in full swing, the talk of doping and HGH is in high gear. Every athlete will do just about anything to get the medal and bend every rule without (knowingly) breaking them.
 
 
WADA is the World Anti-Doping Agency whose mission is to lead a collaborative global campaign for anti-doping. They are essentially the main authority that athletes can turn to in order to ensure they aren’t breaking any rules. Of course, every sport including the Olympics has their own set of rules that may not conform to WADA’s set of rules.
 
The burning question is how to bend the rules without breaking? How do you gain the fair advantage over your opponents without cheating? Even more importantly, how do you do it safely for your body? Forget about just winning a medal or gaining the advantage, how do you do it without negatively affecting your overall health? The answer may lie with simple supplementation.
 
Why inject yourself with hormones and steroids when you can legally take a supplement that simply “supplements” your body and naturally gives you the same affect you would be trying to achieve with HGH or steroid injections?
 
HGH.com has been creating such supplements, with a focus around natural growth hormone supplements for years and is the leading authority when it comes to legal alternatives to gaining the advantages that you need in order to compete and achieve your health goals. Whether it’s added testosterone, muscle bodybuilding, endurance training, weight loss, or even simple lean mass gain, HGH.com has the best legal supplement for you that does not require a doctor’s prescription. Furthermore, HGH.com’s supplements are safe for your body and conform to almost all WADA’s policies.
 
We get questioned all of the time on whether our products will pass certain drug tests. The fact of the matter is that all of our products are perfectly legal and we do our best to keep on top of the WADA policies; However, WADA drug lists change quite often and every sport/association do different types of testing. One of the reasons we offer such a diverse catalog of products that are seemingly similar is that if one someone is not allowed to take a certain product, we can through different ingredients still give athletes the ability to achieve their goal. We offer the best hgh supplements for bodybuilding and height growth, in addition to many anti-aging, weight loss, and other helpful supplements.
 
The products that HGH.com produces and sells are some of the most advanced formula’s that science and technology are able to create today. Athletes, competitors, and bodybuilders from all over the world purchase HGH.com supplements every day to gain the advantage they need that will get their bodies in the shape they crave.

 







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