This is a complete personal study about why people have this bent towards body building. It has been a constant effort to keep this study as generalized as possible to save it from becoming a very narrow-minded approach to the subject.
The scope of my study:
This study has been kept as broad as possible by interviewing people from various backgrounds and also making sure that the subject of the study is from different genders, age groups and also from different walks of life.
Therefore, you will find that this one includes both the people who have been serious about body building and have worked their way through it and also those who have had other dreams and aspirations but stumbled upon bodybuilding as an option either career wise or recreational and have never since turned back nor regretted.
But before we proceed!
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The stickler for discipline:
Max, 32, knew what he wanted to be when he finished school. He has been an athlete throughout his school days and was a champ at the local gymnast. He wanted to channelize his energy into sports because he knew that that is where his forte lay. At 19 years, max joined the bodybuilder's local club in his neighborhood and has been training alongside the other greats in the field. he has a body that is the owner's pride and he regularly represents his club and his county at bodybuilding competitions and brings back laurels every time.
When we quizzed him about his perseverance he simply said that there were no two options for them. He was drawn to this sport and his temperament really helped him to work hard enough to be able to shine there. So, point number one taken; one needs to be extremely disciplined. Not to forget to be Patient and persevere as we must remember it is our body that we are talking about here. Excessive training can take a toll on the body not just physically but also mentally and psychologically.
So, has Max ever felt strained?
Max says the except for the initial nervousness just before he goes on the stage, he has never felt any strain. Infact, being in the best physical state helps him to tide over negative thoughts and situations much better than a normal person would successful credit strategy.