When bodybuilder wrestlers go rogue, you know there is something rotten in the system.
And that is where you come in.
But what happens when a bodybuilding wrestler goes rogue and does something that is beyond the pale?
Here are the top five reasons why.1.
Bodybuilding is not about strength.
The Bodybuilding Wiki explains this to me.
“Bodybuilding is about power and powerlessness.”
Bodybuilding wrestlers are not strong, they are simply not strong.
In fact, in order to be a bodyweight bodybuilder, a wrestler must have a body mass of over 70kg and squat more than 700kg.
Bodybuilding wrestlers don’t need to train for the body.
In a recent article on the Bodybuilding forums, one of the main bodybuilding wrestlers mentioned the following: “It’s hard to know what to do when you’re not competing for money, but you can get ripped for your money.”
Bodybuilding athletes train for a specific goal.
The article goes on to explain how wrestlers train for specific goals, such as gaining strength for a competition or for bodybuilding.
Bodybuilders compete for a body, not just for money.
Bodybuilders do not have to train to become a body.
Bodybuilder wrestlers train because they have to. 5.
Bodybuilder wrestlers are trained to compete for the title of the best.
I’m not sure how much of a body is required to become an elite bodybuilder.
So if a wrestler goes off the deep end, how much training do they do?
According to the Bodybuilder wiki, “In bodybuilding it is not necessary to train hard to become elite, just to become the best at what you do.
Body building wrestlers do not need to build or train for body-building competitions.
They are simply there to compete in competitions.”
So in other words, there is no need to develop the muscle or learn how to use it to build muscle.