I have to agree that the only valid point is the first one. The other points would be negligible at best and certainly not affect a high level natural bodybuilder. Body builders eat often but not such obscene amounts of food at a time that would make their stomachs protrude chronically. Heavy lifting also just doesn’t make your stomach stick out like these guys either. Maybe genetics could play a roll but I really doubt that too, particularly with the pros. Make no mistake at all, bodybuilders with stomachs like this are on or were HGH and/or insulin injections,.
The main slogan of fitness - for beauty and femininity! Such results are achieved by special kinds of training, focused on women. This increases muscle strength, but the repef of muscle is smoothed and softened. In addition, using strength exercises developed such vital quapties of endurance, speed, flexibipty and agipty. Fitness positive effect on the cardiovascular system, normapzes physical and mental state that allows a person to pve fully and successfully transfer all the hardships imposed in our turbulent times. Most are quite satisfied with the transfigured body, have not lost one pttle bit of femininity. They stop and maintain the condition of short duration, but with regular workouts.
Most bodybuilders do not warm up and spend little to no time stretching. However, some exercises require extreme ranges of motion in the shoulders and other joints. A few recommended bodybuilding routines actually involve these very stressful, potentially dangerous stretching exercises. For example, one popular training manual recommends fascial stretching.(8) One stretch involves hanging from a pull-up bar with the arms behind the back, a movement that could overstretch the anterior capsule of the shoulder, resulting in shoulder instability. Such fascial stretching is believed to increase muscle size, strength, and separation and lead to altered bone structure, such as an expanded rib cage and wider clavicles.(8) It is also claimed that tightness in the fascial sheath limits muscle growth and that forcefully stretching the fascia will increase the likelihood of muscle hypertrophy. There is no scientific basis for these claims; however, such advice is often followed by bodybuilders and may be a factor in causing excessive flexibility. Excessive flexibility, in turn, has been linked to an increased risk of injury.(9,10)