MEN’S CLASSIC PHYSIQUE 2016
The National Physique Committee announces the creation of a new division called Men’s Classic Physique. Competition will take place in the following categories:
Height & Weight Requirements
The Judging is scored 100% and will consist of comparisons of the quarter turns and the following “5” mandatory poses:
- Front Double Biceps
- Side Chest
- Back Double Biceps
- Abdominals and Thighs
- Favorite Classic Pose (No Most Muscular)
The Finals will consist of:
· Posing Routine (up to maximum of 60 seconds)
· Confirmation round (if necessary)
· Posedown (overall title only)
Competitors are required to wear posing shorts. You are “NOT” to wear board shorts or Bodybuilding posing trunks. We have provided an image of the NPC Competition Classic Physique shorts below. Competitors are required to wear the same type of cut and all shorts that are worn in competition must be black. Click Here For Classic Contest Photos
NPC CLASSIC PHYSIQUE COMPETITION WEAR!
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Here are additional links where the Men’s Classic Physique Shorts can be found;
In 2016 NPC Classic Physique Athletes will be allowed to crossover and compete in additional divisions. This way you can choose where you currently fit the best.
Qualifying For NPC National Contests
In order to compete at a National contest in 2016, for the Jr USA and JR Nationals, an athlete must have competed in any NPC Contest. For all other Nationals shows including the Universe, Teen Collegiate Masters, USA, North American and Nationals an athlete must have competed in a NPC Classic Physique event. No other qualifications are required.
Qualifying For IFBB Pro Status
For 2016 only, the top two in each height class at all National contests will qualify for pro status
Classic Physique Posing Video Tutorial
We will be adding additional classic physique posing videos throughout the year to help you make sure that your posing is on point.
NPC Men’s Classic Physique Posing Tutorial With IFBB/NPC Head Judge Steve Weinberger
The 5 Mandatory Poses
IFBB PRO VICTOR PRISK POSING TIPS