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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!




Top 5 of the 2014 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro Men's 212

IFBB Pro Tricky Jackson Finishes 3rd in Men's 212 Division

A big congratulations goes out to Tricky Jackson for finishing 3rd in the Pro Men's 212 Division at the 2014 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro-Am.

The 2014 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro was a supper fun event that featured many of the top IFBB professionals. The winner of each division punches their ticket to the big show in the Olympia. The event was held in conjunction with a NPC show in Tinley Park, Illinois.

Top 5 Men's Bodybuilding 212 Professionals:

  1. Charles Dixon
  2. Hidetada Yamagishi
  3. Tricky Jackson
  4. Mboya Edwards
  5. Curtis Bryant.

Tricky Wows the Audience and Judges With Classic Performance

The top 5 from the Men's 212 pose before the judges reveal their winner at the 2014 Chicago Pro.

Information about Richard "Tricky" Jackson:

  • Only athlete to ever win 5 of 6 national titles (every title except Nationals).
  • Only athlete to win Team Universe four times in three different weight divisions.
  • One of the winningest amateur bodybuilders of all time!
  • HGH.com Sponsored Athlete

 




Testosterone Producing Glands and How to Maintain Their Health

 
 

Which gland does testosterone come from, and how do I keep it healthy?

Taking testosterone supplements is a great way to compensate for declines in our natural testosterone levels, which occur naturally as we age past 30. At the same time, testosterone supplements only work on a temporary basis. Once their effects wear off, it's necessary to take additional testosterone boosters in order to achieve your normal testosterone boosters once again.

While many men manage this process with little difficulty, it's important to remember that the primary source of testosterone for men is not supplements, but rather the human body itself. Ensuring that your body is naturally producing as much testosterone as it possibly can will minimize your supplementation requirements and keep you feeling healthy, motivated, happy and sexually active. But what parts of your body produce testosterone, and how can you keep them healthy?

The Natural Sources of Testosterone

Testosterone is produced by the adrenal glands in both males and females. However, this not the primary source of testosterone in human bodies. Rather, testosterone is primarily produced by the ovaries in women and the testicles in males. Men produce roughly 20 times as much testosterone per day as do women, which is why testosterone is often described simply as the "male sex hormone." It's also why men develop large amounts of muscle mass when they strength train intensely and regularly, while women only build small amounts of muscle mass and larger amounts of strength and toning when they do the same.
If you care about your testosterone levels, it's important to keep these organs (the testicles and adrenal glands) as healthy as possible. Here's how:

Keeping the Testicles Healthy

Since the testicles are the primary source of testosterone in the male body, it's crucial to keep the testicles healthy. Following these tips will accomplish that:
  • Exercise regularly (include a strength training and cardio plan)
  • Eat a balanced, calorie-conscious diet that includes vegetables, fruit, protein, complex carbs and essential fatty acids
  • Engage in regular, healthy, safe sexual activity
  • Check your testicles regularly for abnormal bumps and lumps
  • Visit your doctor regularly regardless of the outcome of your self-checkups

Keeping the Adrenal Gland Healthy

Although the testicles are the primary producers of testosterone in the male body, the adrenal glands located above the kidneys assist as well. Here are several tips to keep your adrenal gland as healthy as possible, ensuring maximum production of testosterone:
  • Get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night
  • Avoid excessive amounts of coffee and other caffeinated beverages
  • Eat smaller meals throughout the day to stabilize blood sugar levels
  • Avoid simple carbohydrates such as white bread and white rice
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  • Take a vitamin supplement that includes vitamin C, vitamin E, magnesium and pantothenic acid
  • Avoid trans fat
  • Laugh, do the things you like and have a good time
For the top selling Testosterone Supplement available on HGH.com, see HGH Testosterone 1500.

 







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