Bodybuilding is a sport involving physical exercise to enlarge one's muscles to create an aesthetically toned figure. The first bodybuilding competition was organized in 1901. In competitive bodybuilding, participants are lined up and showcase their body or certain muscle groups in specific poses. Bodybuilding started to take off when notable athletes like Arnold Schwarzenegger competed and raised the awareness of the sport during the 1970s. In the early 2000s bodybuilding was attempting to become an Olympic sport, but there was received with controversy around whether or not bodybuilding can be considered a sport.
Aesthetic bodybuilding is primarily concerned with how finely tone the muscles of your body look and how little body fat percentage you have. Aesthetic bodybuilding is more about how your body looks rather than how strong you really are.
Bodybuilding starts by joining a gym and gradually getting stronger by working out with lower weights and moving up to higher weights and reps. Eating healthy food on a consistent schedule to lose body fat and maintain muscle is another attribute.
The first thing you should eat when waking up is plenty of water, good carbs, protein, and healthy fats. Water in the morning helps digestions and rehydration, good carbs keep you feeling full and stable and protein helps build, repair torn muscles and healthy fats maintain muscle mass.