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  • RECORD OF CARIBBEAN JUDGES, IN IFBB SEMINAR OFFERED IN CURAÇAO

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    by Armando M.    Christmas is a great time for learning and being updated, about Bodybuilding, and Caribbean judges offered the proof: the 2 days Judges Seminar offered this week by Mr. Pawel Filleborn (Chairman IFBB Judges Committee), in Curaçao, became in the seminar with the biggest number ever of participants, in Caribbean area.

    Over 60 participants (continental and international judges, beside many national level judges) from Guyana, Bonaire, Trinidad & Tobago, Sint Maarten, Antiqua & Barbuda, US Virgin Islands, Netherlands, Bahamas, Aruba and, of course, Curacao; attended this seminar organized by the Curaçao Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation (CBBFF), chaired by Mr. Aldemar Pieters.

    Several executives of the Caribbean Area (CACBBFF) attended as well the seminar, as president Giovanni Arendsz, Mr. Jeff Kusmus (CBBFF Judges Committee chairman), Mr. E. Williams (CACBBFF Head Judge), Mrs. Christine Williams or Mr. Stanley Francisca (CBBFF International Judge).

    Picture: over 60 judges from Curaçao and Caribbean Islands attended this Seminar, offered by Mr. Pawel Filleborn and organized by CBBFF.

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  • IFBB DIAMOND CUP CARIBE: NEW EVENT FOR 2017

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    by Armando M.  Barely 48 hours before the fantastic 2016 World Junior & Master Championships, held in Santo Domingo; a new event comes for 2017 again in the Dominican Republic capital city: the 2017 IFBB Diamond Cup Caribe.

    This event, organised first time ever in Caribe area, will take place in March; 10th to 12th and will be another challenge for the Dominican Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation, chaired by Mr. Tony Peña. It will be another fantastic chance to athletes for visiting such great country!

  • 1st. OLYMPIA AMATEUR JORDAN: LAST IMAGES FROM THE GREAT BODYBUILDING FESTIVAL, IN MIDDLE EAST.

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    by Armando M.       Celebrated in Amman (Jordan) from 17th to 19th November; the first ever Olympia Amateur Jordan was the re-match, in Bodybuilding and Men´s Physique, for the Arabian and Middle East athletes.

    Organized by KABS FitFactory and Mr. Awn Al-Kabariti; the event congregated several sports and social personalities, as Amman Mayor, S.E. Akel Biltaji; and Jordan & Kuwait Bank chairman, S.E. Abdelkarim Al-Kabariti -both of them, awarded by IFBB President, Dr. Rafael Santonja-.

    With over 300 male athletes onstage, the event gave us images as spectaculars, as follows:

  • IN MEMORIAM: IFBB JUDGE JUAN ANTONIO GUERRERO (SPAIN)

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    Is with great sorrow that we share, with the all the IFBB Family the passing away of Juan Antonio Guerrero, last 20th December, at the age of 41.

    Juan Antonio was a dedicated and loyal IFBB official, that served the sport and the society with great charisma and dedication, as a member of the Spanish Bodybuilding Federation (FEFF), and as President of the Extremadura Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness.

    The IFBB conveyed this morning the condolences to his family, wife Martha and join them in their sorrow and prayers.

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  • Vitality Through Vitamins – How Healthy Habits Can Boost Creativity

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    We all wish we could tap into our creativity more and enjoy expressing ourselves in new and different ways! Here is a bunch of healthy habits you can try to boost your brain and get into the right gear!

    Cover Your Basics

    The first tip we have for you is a simple one, just look after yourself!

    Do some exercise, get plenty of sleep, and keep your brain healthy and nourished. Things like omega 3, Vitamin D and plenty of antioxidants will help keep your brain in top shape and ready to go. That’s why you should ensure that you include foods rich in vitamins and minerals in your diet or include supplements like Comvita health products from MrVitamins.

    Meditation

    Meditating has so many benefits both physical and mental. Regular meditation can reduce stress, improve sleep, increase mindfulness and
    it gives our brains a chance to unwind and wander uninhibited. All of these things can help get us into a more creative frame of mind.

    Walk it Off

    The best thing to do to bust a creative block is to get up and move! Go for a long walk, or perhaps a jog to get your body really feeling the positive vibes. Yoga is also a great thing to do for creativity. It is a relaxing but stimulating series of movements that encourage flexibility and fitness that is both physical and mental.

    Napping

    A brief nap in between tasks is a great way to energise and prepare for the next task ahead. Not only that, but we organise and consolidate our memories and what we have recently learnt while we sleep. So take some time to reset so that you can wake up with fresh energy and eagerness to tackle that next project!

    Play

    Take time to enjoy yourself once in awhile, you can go outside to do stuff or just enjoy a video game or two. Both kinds of play will enhance hand eye coordination, creativity and mood, which are all fantastic things for getting in the mood to make stuff!

    Listen to Music

    Music can do so much for us, we can use it to get pumped up or to calm down.

    Music can inspire us to be creative or it can boost our concentration. Depending on what mood best aids your creative side, music can
    help you get there. Alternatively, you can see if the ‘ Mozart Effect’ works for you by listening to some classical music next time you sit down for a crafternoon! Tis’ the season, so maybe carols are a better for getting you going this Christmas.

    Laughter is the Best Medicine

    Even if you are feeling crappy, having a laugh can put you in better spirits.

    You are more likely to feel creative if you are in a good mood. Plus, regular laughter is great for your overall health as it makes you release “feel good” hormones.

    Use Your hands

    The more senses you stimulate the better your crafting will go!

    So, when possible, ditch the computer and write with a pen and paper or draw. Working with your hands can trigger creative thinking, plus
    if you do something busy with your hands your mind is free to wander and plan the next project. Some great tasks to get your hands and mind going is knitting or embroidering, or even some paper mache or clay creations!

    Work in a Cafe

    Some people are at their creative peak with some noise in the background, so a coffee shop may just be the ideal environment for making
    stuff. You can only do certain activities in a cafe, but if writing or drawing is your passion you should try this different setting and see how it works for you. The smell of coffee can also help keep you alert and aware, and the fact that there are waitstaff that will bring you food and drinks periodically doesn’t hurt either!

    Finding what works for you can really be as simple as a couple of small adjustments to your habits and attitude. As well as boosting your creativity these tips are great for your general wellbeing, so you really can’t go wrong!

  • LEBANON GOES AHEAD WITH IFBB EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

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    by Armando M.   Despite the end of the sport season, it´s not time to stop with the IFBB Educational Program, but just the opposite. Without the pressure of competitive results, an important number of Lebanese coaches and athletes attended the Seminar offered in Beyrouth, this weekend, by Professor Mauricio de Arruda, chairman of Anti-Doping and IFBB Educational Commission.

    The Seminar was organised, in a very successful way by the Lebanese Powerlifting and Bodybuilding Federation, chaired by its dynamic president, Mr. Hassenen Moukalled.

    Picture: Prof. Mauricio de Arruda and Mr. Hassenen Moukhalled (izq.) surrounded by the Lebanese students, in the IFBB Seminar, in Beyrouth.

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