[www.inewsguyana.com] – Months of priming and physical fitness will take to the stage of the National Culture Centre this evening (Saturday, March 29) for the 4th Edition of the Hugh Ross Bodybuilding and Fitness show.
With companies like Fitness Express and Trophy Stall on board, accolades and prizes are set for the winners of the various classes as well as the overall champion.
Among the categories expected tonight include the Bantamweight- up to 65kgs (143lbs), lightweight- up to 70kgs (144-154lbs), welterweight- up to 75kgs (155-165lbs), light middleweight- up to 80kgs (166-176lbs), heavyweight (176 and over).
Meanwhile, the females have not been excluded this evening as three special categories.
The first is the Miss Bodybuilding, for those women who spend time in the gym and feel the need to be defined, while the Miss Figure will show the tone of the ladies in its class.
The most talked about category however is the Miss Bikini contest which according to HRC Director Hugh Ross, will not require any gym work, just entrants who feel their body is pleasing to the eye.
The evening’s show stopper is expected to be Jeff Classic Beckham, a 280 lb IFBB pro athlete who will grace the stage as the guest poser.
The American, who arrived in the country on Monday has spent time showing his skill to teachers and students and educating them on a healthy lifestyle.
The action begins flexing from18:00 with tickets costing $1500 each.