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WFF-WBBF VARŽYBŲ TAISYKLĖS (atnaujintos)
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Pristatome naujai įvardintas tarptautinių WFF-WBBF mėgėjų pogrupio varžybų kategorijas ir amžiaus grupes. Pamažu pristatysime kiekvienos atskiros kategorijos aprašymą.
 
CATEGORIES AND AGE GROUPS
WOMEN
Division Aerobic Performance
Division Fitness Model (Categories: 165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Bikini (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Figure Classic (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Figure Athletic (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Bodybuilding (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Power Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
Division Fit-Kids and Aerobic Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
MEN
Division Aerobic Performance
Division Fitness Model  (Categories:  170 cm., 180 cm., + 180 cm., former Men‘s  Phisyque Category)
Division Muscle Model (Categories:  170 cm., 180 cm., + 180 cm.)
Division Body Athletic (Categories:  170 cm. +2 kgs., 175 cm. +4 kgs., 180 cm. +6 kgs, 185 cm. +8 kgs, +185 cm. +10 kgs, former Classic Bodybuilding Category)
Division Bodybuilding (Categories: 70 kgs, 80 kgs, 90 kgs, 100 kgs, +100 kgs)
Division Mixed Pairs (Categories: Classic, Performance, Athletic and Bodybuilding)
Division Disabled (Categories: General, Wheel-Chair, Arm and Leg Disabilities)
Division Power Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
Division Fit-Kids and Aerobic Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
AGE GROUPS
Age Groups for all Divisions except Power Fitness and Fit-Kids: Juniors under 16, 18, 21 years and Seniors over 40, 50 and 60 years.
 
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KATEGORIJA "aerobics performance":

AEROBICS PERFORMANCE
 
1. Clothing
  • The competitors wear short that reach from the lower abdominals area. Viewed from the back the beach short have to cover all of the glut area down to just above the knee area.
  • The material, texture and color of the beach short are at the discretion of the competitor.
  • Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
  • The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
  • The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body colouring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
  • Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
  • The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
 
2. Presentation.
  • Competitors will not chew gum or candy while onstage.
  • The use of props is prohibited
  • Note: the term “props” means any object, device or item
  • A competitor must enter and exit the stage to perform the routine without the assistance of any other person.
  • For safety reasons, the use of body oil is strictly prohibited.
  • The Performance routine may be performed barefoot, or in tennis or athletic shoes.
  • Competitors are solely responsible for making sure that their posing attire meets the standard of decency.
 
40% of the points will be given for the Physique in swim short , 60% for the routine
The points of the prejudging will be added in the final round.

1 Round
1.      All competitors will be brought onstage, in a single line and in numerical order, wearing a swim short.
2.      In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
The 4 Quarter turns are:
a.       Quarter Turn Right
b.      Quarter Turn Back
c.       Quarter Turn Right
d.      Quarter Turn front    
3.      If there are a large number of competitors in the category, the chief judge may decide to divide the category into equal number or groups in order to carry out the four quarter turns.
4.      Man Performance athletes are strongly reminded that they are participating in a FITNESS AEROBIC competition and not a men BODYBUILDING competition. Bodybuilding poses are not allowed in this competition.
5.      Throughout the comparisons, competitors will be judged as a “Total Package”. Competitors will be judged on their overall athletic appearance of their physique. The overall athletic of the musculature; the presentation of a balanced, symmetrically developed physique and the condition of the skin tone. The muscle groups should have a round and firm appearance with a small amount of body fat.

Round 2 – Routine
  • In this round the athletes perform a fitness performance routine, accompanied by music of their own choice, the length of which shall not exceed 90 seconds.
  • Once again, competitors will be judged on the total package, that is, the entire routine from the moment the athlete presents herself onstage until the athlete walks offstage.
  • In this round competitors will only be judged on their fitness performance routine and NOT their physique.


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MOTERŲ KATEGORIJA "fitneso modeliai":

WOMAN FITNESS MODEL (no muscule)
 
1.Categories:
There are 4 categories in women’s model physique.
a.      Up to 165 cm
b.     Up to 175 cm
c.      Above  175 cm
d.     Master +40 years
NO muscularity and definition must be marked down!!!
 
Women’s Fitness Model consists of two rounds as follow:
 Round 1 in evening dress
The competitors will enter the stage one by one in evening dress they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses (Bodybuilding and vulgar Poses are not allowed) during their “ catwalk”.
1.     The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform four different positions of her choice.
Comparisons in the quarter turns in evening dress
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Evening dress choice from competitor

Round  2 in bikini
ATTIRE
a.       The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.      The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.       Sole thickness of the high-heels may have maximum of 1 cm and stiletto height may have maximum of 12 cm. Platform shoes are not allowed.
d.      The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
e.       The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
f.        The hair may be styled.
g.       Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, jewellery will not be worn.
h.      Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
i.         The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses (Bodybuilding and vulgar Poses are not allowed) during their “T-walk”.
1.      The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform four different positions of her choice.
2.      The competitor will walk to the left of the stage, and perform 2 different position of her choice.
3.      The competitor will walk to the right (other side) of the stage, and perform 2 different position of her choice.
4.     The competitor will then walk to the line-up in the rear part of the stage.
Comparisons in the quarter turns.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Front Position:
Competitors will stand erect, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, stomach in, chest out, shoulders back.
Quarter turn right:
Competitors will perform the first quarter turn to the right. They will stand left side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Right hand resting on the right hip, left arm hold down and slightly back from the centerline of the body, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Left hip slightly raised, left leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, left foot moved forward a couple of centimeters, resting on the toes.
Quarter turn back:
Competitors will perform the next quarter turn to the right and will stand back to the judges. They will stand straight, not leaning the upper body forward. with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, stomach in, chest out, shoulders back. Lower back curvature natural or with slight lordosis, upper back straight, head up. Competitors are not allowed to turn their upper body towards the judges and should face the back of the stage at all time during the comparison.
Quarter turn right:
Competitors will do the next quarter turn to the right and will stand their right side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Left hand resting on the left hip, right arm hold down and slightly back from the centerline of the body, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Right hip slightly raised, right leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, right foot moved forward a couple of centimeters, resting on the toes. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
  • The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
  • The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
 
6. Evaluation of the body.
  • The jury evaluates primarily the Body’s symmetry, feminine musculature and fitness level.
  • The jury evaluates the overall impression, the nice posture, and marks the movements as well.
  • It is important to have nice abdomen, legs, buttocks, but paired with a friendly face, beauty, femininity and healthy radiance.
  • Particular attention should be paid to the hairstyle, makeup and accessories, since these also count in the evaluation of the overall impression.
  • The judges has to mark down if a competitor is too skinny.
  • Cellulite, jiggling thighs are going to be marked down too.
  • Fatty, watery total body image is also going to be marked down.
  • Excessive muscularity and definition must be marked down.


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NEĮGALIŲ SPORTININKŲ POGRUPIS

DISABLED & WHEELCHAIR
 
In Disabled and wheelchair  the emphasize is placed on an  classic body building physique with less muscular body fat assessed by comparisons of the four quarter turns.
Regulations according to categories
1.      General Disabled
2.      Wheel chair
3.      Arm disabilities
4.      Leg disabilities
Rounds:
Men’s Bodybuilding consists of 2 rounds as follows.
 
Round 1:
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country.
Comparisons in the 4 quarter turns following by the compulsory poses
a)     Front double biceps
b)     Lat spread front
c)      Side chest
d)     Back double biceps
e)     Back lat spread
f)       Triceps pose
g)     Abdominals and Thighs
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 3 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and the compulsory poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 3 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Round 2
Routine : Free posing for maximum 1 minute .
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
 
Attire.
1.      Competitors will wear colored, opaque posing trunks which are clean and decent. The color, fabric, texture and style of the trunks will be left to the competitor’s discretion. The trunks will cover a minimum of ¾ of the gluteus maximus. The front area must be covered and the side of the trunks should be 1 cm in width at a minimum. The use of padding anywhere in the trunks is prohibited.
2. Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
3. The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
4. The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body coloring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
5. Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
6.The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
 
MEN’S MANDATORY POSES:
A.     Front Double Biceps:
Sitting on his wheelchair, face front to the judges, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the elbows. The hands should be clenched and turned down so as to cause a contraction of the biceps and forearm muscles, which are the main muscle groups that are to be assessed in this pose. In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole upper body, from head to hips.
B.     Front Lat Spread:
Sitting on his wheelchair, face front to the judges, the competitor will place the open hands, or clenched fists, against, or gripping, the lower waist or oblique’s and will expand the latissimus muscles. At the same time, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other frontal muscles as possible.
C.      Side Chest:
Sitting on his wheelchair, the competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. He will sit with his left or right side towards the judges and will bend the arm nearest the judges to a right-angle position, with the fist clenched and, with the other hand, will grasp the wrist. The competitor will then expand the chest and by upward pressure of the front bent arm and contract the biceps as much as  possible.
D.     Back Double Biceps:
Sitting on his wheelchair, with his back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms and wrists as in the Front Double Biceps pose. He will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower  back.
E.      Back Lat Spread:
Sitting on his wheelchair, with his back to the judges, the competitor will place his hands on his waist with his elbows kept wide. He will then contract the latissimus dorsa as wide as possible.
F.      Side Triceps:
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better” arm. Sitting on his wheelchair, with his left or right side towards the judges, he will place both arms behind his back, either linking his fingers or grasping the front arm by the wrist with his   rear hand. The competitor will exert pressure against his front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. He will also raise the chest and contract the abdominal   muscles.
G.     Abdominals:
 Sitting on his wheelchair, face front to the judges, the competitor will place both arms behind the head. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. The judge will survey the abdominal muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-hips examination.


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MOTERŲ KULTŪRIZMAS:

WOMEN BODYBUILDING
 
Regulations according to categories
1.     Categories
There are 4 categories in body building.
a.      Up to 165 cm
b.     Up to 175 cm
c.      Above 175 cm
d.     Master +40 years
Junior class  till 21years old together with body building.
(open class without weight control + after can also compete in other category)
Master class +40, +50, +60 years together with bodybuilding.
(open class without weight control + after can also compete in other category)
2. Clothing
a.      The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.     The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.      The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
d.     The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
e.      The hair may be styled.
f.        Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, juwellery will not be worn.
g.      Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
h.     The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
3.  Rounds:
Women Bodybuilding consists of 2 rounds as follows.
Round 1:
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country.
Comparisons in the 4 quarter turns following by the compulsory poses
a)     Front double biceps
b)     Lat spread front
c)      Side chest
d)     Back double biceps
e)     Back lat spread
f)       Triceps pose
g)     Abdominals and Thighs
h)     Most muscular
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and the compulsory poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Round 2
Routine : Free posing for maximum 1 minute .
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
 
WOMAN MANDATORY POSES:
a.      Front Double Biceps:
 Standing face front to the judges, with one leg slightly moved forward and to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the  elbows. The hands should be clenched and turned down so as to cause a contraction of the biceps and forearm muscles, which are the main muscle groups that are to be assessed in this pose. In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as   many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to toe.
b.     Lat Spread front:
Standing face front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart, the competitor will place the open hands, or clenched fists, against, or  gripping, the lower waist or obliques and will expand the latissimus muscles. At the same time, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other frontal muscles as possible. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the top inside of the  quadriceps.
c.      Side Chest.
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will bend the arm nearest the judges to a right-angle position, with the fist clenched and, with the other hand, will grasp the wrist. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and   will rest on the toes. The competitor will then expand the chest and by upward pressure of the front bent arm and contract the biceps as much as possible. He will also contract the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on his toes, will display the contracted calf  muscles.
d.     Back Double Biceps:
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms and wrists as in the Front Double Biceps pose, and will place one foot back, resting on the   toes. He will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf  muscles.
e.      Back Lat Spread :
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will place his hands on his waist with his elbows kept wide, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart. He   will then contract the latissimus dorsi as wide as possible and display a calf  contraction by pressing downward on the rear toes. The competitor should make an effort to display the opposite calf to that which was displayed during the back double biceps pose so the judge may assess both calf muscles equally. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the gluteus maximus muscles.
f.        Side Triceps :
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will place both arms behind his back, either linking his fingers or grasping the front arm by the wrist with his rear hand. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the floor. The leg farthest the judges moved back and the foot resting  on the toes. The competitor will exert pressure against his front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. He will also raise the chest and contract the abdominal muscles as well as the thigh and calf  muscles.
g.      Abdominals and Thighs :
Standing face front to the judges, the competitor will place both arms behind the  head and will place one leg forward. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. At the same time, he will contract the thigh muscles of the leg(s). The judge will survey the abdominal and thigh muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-foot examination.
h.     Most muscular
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BIKINI POGRUPIS:

WOMAN BIKINI
 
1.Categories:
There are 4 categories in bikini classes.
a.      Up to 165 cm
b.     Up to 175 cm
c.      Above 175 cm
d.     Master +40 years
Excessive muscularity and definition must be marked down.  Abs and shoulders
 
ATTIRE
a.       The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.      The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.       Sole thickness of the high-heels may have maximum of 2 cm and stiletto height may have maximum of 12 cm. Platform shoes are not allowed.
d.      The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
e.       The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
f.        The hair may be styled.
g.       Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, jewellery will not be worn.
h.      Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
i.         The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
Bikini classes consists of two rounds as follow:
Round 1: T- walk
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses (Bodybuilding and vulgar Poses are not allowed) during their “T-walk”.
1.      The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform four different positions of her choice.
2.      The competitor will walk to the left of the stage, and perform 2 different position of her choice.
3.      The competitor will walk to the right (other side) of the stage, and perform 2 different position of her choice.
4.      The competitor will then walk to the line-up in the rear part of the stage.
Round 2: Comparisons in the quarter turns.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Front Position:
Competitors will stand erect, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, stomach in, chest out, shoulders back.
Quarter turn right:
Competitors will perform the first quarter turn to the right. They will stand left side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Right hand resting on the right hip, left arm hold down and slightly back from the centerline of the body, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Left hip slightly raised, left leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, left foot moved forward a couple of centimeters, resting on the toes.
Quarter turn back:
Competitors will perform the next quarter turn to the right and will stand back to the judges. They will stand straight, not leaning the upper body forward. with one hand resting on the hip and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, stomach in, chest out, shoulders back. Lower back curvature natural or with slight lordosis, upper back straight, head up. Competitors are not allowed to turn their upper body towards the judges and should face the back of the stage at all time during the comparison.
Quarter turn right:
Competitors will do the next quarter turn to the right and will stand their right side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Left hand resting on the left hip, right arm hold down and slightly back from the centerline of the body, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Right hip slightly raised, right leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, right foot moved forward a couple of centimeters, resting on the toes. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
6. Evaluation of the body.
  • The jury evaluates primarily the Body’s symmetry, feminine musculature and fitness level.
  • The jury evaluates the overall impression, the nice posture, and marks the movements as well.
  • It is important to have nice abdomen, legs, buttocks, but paired with a friendly face, beauty, femininity and healthy radiance.
  • Particular attention should be paid to the hairstyle, makeup and accessories, since these also count in the evaluation of the overall impression.
  • The judges has to mark down if a competitor is too skinny.
  • Cellulite, jiggling thighs are going to be marked down too.
  • Fatty, watery total body image is also going to be marked down.


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VYRŲ KULTŪRIZMAS:

RULES MEN’s BODYBUILDING
 
In BODY BODYBUILDING the emphasize is placed on an  classic body building physique with more muscular, less body fat assessed by comparisons of the four quarter turns.
Regulations according to categories
1.      Senior Men’s Bodybuilding, 5 categories.
A)    Up to 70 kg
B)    Up to 80 kg
C)     Up to 90 kg
D)    Up to 100 kg
E)     Above  100 kg
Junior class  till 21years old together with body building
Master class +40, +50, +60 years together with bodybuilding
Rounds:
Body Athletic consists of 2 rounds as follows.
Round 1:
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country.
Comparisons in the 4 quarter turns following by the compulsory poses
a)     Front double biceps
b)     Lat spread front
c)      Side chest
d)     Back double biceps
e)     Back lat spead
f)       Triceps pose
g)     Abdominals and Thighs
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and the compulsory poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Round 2
Routine : Free posing for maximum 1 minute .
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Attire.
1.      Competitors will wear coloured, opaque posing trunks which are clean and decent. The colour, fabric, texture and style of the trunks will be left to the competitor’s discretion. The trunks will cover a minimum of ¾ of the gluteus maximus. The front area must be covered and the side of the trunks should be 1 cm in width at a minimum. The use of padding anywhere in the trunks is prohibited.
2. Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
3. The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
4. The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body colouring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
5. Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
6.The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
 
MEN’S MANDATORY POSES:
a.      Front Double Biceps:
 Standing face front to the judges, with one leg slightly moved forward and to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the  elbows. The hands should be clenched and turned down so as to cause a contraction of the biceps and forearm muscles, which are the main muscle groups that are to be assessed in this pose. In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as   many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to toe.
b.     Lat Spread front:
Standing face front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart, the competitor will place the open hands, or clenched fists, against, or  gripping, the lower waist or obliques and will expand the latissimus muscles. At the same time, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other frontal muscles as possible. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the top inside of the  quadriceps.
c.      Side Chest :
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will bend the arm nearest the judges to a right-angle position, with the fist clenched and, with the other hand, will grasp the wrist. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and   will rest on the toes. The competitor will then expand the chest and by upward pressure of the front bent arm and contract the biceps as much as possible. He will also contract the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on his toes, will display the contracted calf  muscles.
d.     Back Double Biceps:
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms and wrists as in the Front Double Biceps pose, and will place one foot back, resting on the   toes. He will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf  muscles.
e.      Back Lat Spread :
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will place his hands on his waist with his elbows kept wide, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart. He   will then contract the latissimus dorsi as wide as possible and display a calf  contraction by pressing downward on the rear toes. The competitor should make an effort to display the opposite calf to that which was displayed during the back double biceps pose so the judge may assess both calf muscles equally. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the gluteus maximus muscles.
f.        Side Triceps :
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will place both arms behind his back, either linking his fingers or grasping the front arm by the wrist with his rear hand. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the floor. The leg farthest the judges moved back and the foot resting  on the toes. The competitor will exert pressure against his front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. He will also raise the chest and contract the abdominal muscles as well as the thigh and calf  muscles.
g.      Abdominals and Thighs :
 Standing face front to the judges, the competitor will place both arms behind the  head and will place one leg forward. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. At the same time, he will contract the thigh muscles of the leg(s). The judge will survey the abdominal and thigh muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-foot examination.


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MOTERŲ FIGŪROS KLASIKINĖ KATEGORIJA:

MISS FIGURE CLASSIC
 
Regulations according to categories
1.      Senior figure classic, 4 categories.
A)    Up to 165cm
B)    Up to 175cm
C)     Above 175cm
D)    Master +40 years
No weight limited (extreme muscularity and definition should be marked down).
 
ATTIRE
a.       The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.      The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.       Sole thickness of the high-heels may have maximum of 1 cm and stiletto height may have maximum of 12 cm. Platform shoes are not allowed.
d.      The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
e.       The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
f.        The hair may be styled.
g.       Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, jewellery will not be worn. Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
Round 1:
a)    Comparisons in the quarter turns.
The competitors are guided on stage by the expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at the time they will be guided through the four quarter turns.
This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at the time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off stage
C)    Compulsory Poses
a)     Front double biceps ( palms open)
b)     Side chest
c)      Back double biceps (palms open)
d)     Triceps pose
a.      Front double biceps (palms open):
 Standing front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and the right/left leg placed out to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the elbows. The hands should be opened, with fingers directed up.   In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to  toe.
 
b. Side Chest:
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. She will stand left or right side to the judges, with the upper body slightly twisted to the judges, face looking to the judges, stomach in, leg nearest to the judges straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes, leg farthest to the judges slightly bent at the knee, with foot resting flat of the floor, both arms kept slightly front of the body, straight and locked at the elbow, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and kept together or one over the other. The competitor will then contract the pectoral muscles, the tricpes muscle and the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on her toes, will display the contracted calf muscles.
c. Back double biceps (palms open):
Standing with her back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms as in the Front Pose, keep the hands opened, place one foot back and resting on the toes. She will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf muscles.
d. Side Triceps:
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better”   arm. She will stand with her left or right side towards the judges, face looking to  the judges, chest out, stomach in, and will place both arms behind her back, grasping the front arm by the wrist with her rear hand. The arm nearest to the judges will be straight and locked at the elbow, with open hand, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and in a horizontal position. The competitor will   exert pressure against her front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. The rear leg will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the   floor. Leg nearest to the judges will be straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes.
Assessing Round 1:
-          The main emphasize should be given on the total appearance of a symmetrical, athletic body and beautiful face. Judges shall go for the “ sport-model” look.
-          Excessive muscularity and definition must be scored down, preference shall be given to competitors who display a healthy, sport look in the bikini, who look more athletic than model physique competitors, but less than athletic physique and female bodybuilders.
-          Special consideration has to be given to the facial appearance and beauty, and the total package of the body.
-          Fitness model with muscle
Round 2: Finals (routine )
                      One minute free posing
The award ceremony is carried out in the same way as in other disciplines.
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.


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ATLETINĖ FIGŪROS KATEGORIJA:

WOMAN FIGURE ATLETIC PHYSIQUE
 
Regulations according to categories
1.     Senior Women Athletic Physique
There are 4 categories in bikini classes.
a.      Up to 165 cm
b.     Up to 175 cm
c.      Above 175 cm
d.     Master +40 years
ATTIRE
a.       The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.      The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.       Sole thickness of the high-heels may have maximum of 1 cm and stiletto height may have maximum of 12 cm. Platform shoes are not allowed.
d.      The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
e.       The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
f.        The hair may be styled.
g.       Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, jewellery will not be worn.
h.      Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
i.         The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
  1. Only one Round.
Prejudging. On high heels
Quarter turns
Compulsory Poses
a.       Front double biceps
b.      Side chest
c.       Back double biceps
d.      Triceps pose
e.       Abdominals and Thighs
a.      Front double biceps (palms open):
 Standing front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and the right/left leg placed out to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the elbows. The hands should be opened, with fingers directed up.   In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to  toe.
b. Side Chest:
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. She will stand left or right side to the judges, with the upper body slightly twisted to the judges, face looking to the judges, stomach in, leg nearest to the judges straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes, leg farthest to the judges slightly bent at the knee, with foot resting flat of the floor, both arms kept slightly front of the body, straight and locked at the elbow, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and kept together or one over the other. The competitor will then contract the pectoral muscles, the tricpes muscle and the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on her toes, will display the contracted calf muscles.
c. Back double biceps (palms open):
Standing with her back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms as in the Front Pose, keep the hands opened, place one foot back and resting on the toes. She will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf muscles.
d. Side Triceps:
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better”   arm. She will stand with her left or right side towards the judges, face looking to  the judges, chest out, stomach in, and will place both arms behind her back, grasping the front arm by the wrist with her rear hand. The arm nearest to the judges will be straight and locked at the elbow, with open hand, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and in a horizontal position. The competitor will   exert pressure against her front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. The rear leg will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the   floor. Leg nearest to the judges will be straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes.
d.     Abdominals and Thighs :
Standing face front to the judges, the competitor will place one arm behind the  head and will place one leg forward. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. At the same time, he will contract the thigh muscles of the leg(s). The judge will survey the abdominal and thigh muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-foot examination.
3) 1 Minute free posing (can without shoes)
The scoring of the preliminary assessment is the same like in other disciplines.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns and the 5 Compulsory Poses. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and 5 Compulsory Poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
4. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
5. The points of the prejudging will be added in the final round.
6. The main emphasize should be given on a total appearance of a symmetrical muscular, and defined body of the athlete
7. The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Photos of the athletes will soon follow, so we have a better understanding of how athletic physique Athletes should look like.


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VYRŲ FITNESO MODELIAI (buvusi kategorija "Men's Physique):

MEN’S FITNESS MODEL (former Men’s Physique)
 
In Men’s Fitness model the emphasize is placed on an athletic looking physique and a handsome face assessed by comparisons of the four quarter turns designed for physique with less muscular body-mass compared to bodybuilders and body Athletic competitors with more emphasize given to a male sport model overall aesthetic look including a handsome face and overall appearance.
Regulations according to categories
1.      Senior fitness model, three categories.
A)    - 170 cm
B)    - 180 cm
C)     + 180 cm
No weight limited (extreme muscularity and definition should be marked down).
Round 1 in evening dress
The competitors will enter the stage one by one in evening dress they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses (Bodybuilding and vulgar Poses are not allowed) during their “ catwalk”.
The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform 4 different positions of her choice.
Comparisons in the quarter turns in evening dress
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
The judges will score the competitors from
the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Evening dress choice from competitor
Round 2 in beach short
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses ( Bodybuilding Poses are not allowed) during their “T-Walk”.
Comparisons in the quarter turns.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 6 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 6 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
judges shall go for the fitness model
  1. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
  2. The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
  3. The main emphasize should be given on the total appearance of a symmetrical athletic body and handsome face,
  4. Muscularity and body condition:
  5. The main emphasize should be given on the total appearance of a symmetrical athletic body and handsome face
  6. The judge should first assess the overall male athletic appearance of the body.
  7. This assessment should begin at the head and extend downwards, taking the whole physique into account.
  8. The assessment, beginning with the general impression of the physique, should take into consideration the condition of the skin and skin tone and also the hair. Judges will be looking for fit contestants who display proper shape and body proportions, combined with balanced muscularity and overall condition.
  9. The judges are reminded that extreme muscularity and definition should be marked down.
Attire.
  • 1.The competitors wear Beach short that reach from the lower abdominals area down to just above the knee. Viewed from the back the beach short have to cover all of the glut area down to just above the knee area.
  • The material, texture and color of the beach short are at the discretion of the competitor.
  • Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
  • The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
  • The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body colouring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
  • Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
  • 6.The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
Judging and posing
DESCRIPTION OF THE FITNESS MODEL T WALK, QUARTER TURNS AND PHOTOS
T-Walk 25% scores
- The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform front stance, with optional pose of hand in pocket or on hip, finishing facing the judges.
-The judges will be assessing each competitor on how well they display their physique in move. Competitors shall be assessed on whether or not they carry themselves in a graceful manner while walking to the stage. The pace, the elegance of moves, gestures, “showmanship”, personality, charisma, stage presence, as well as a natural rhythm should play a part in the final placing of each competitor.
Quarter turns 75% scores
Front position: Erect, tense stance, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, one hand resting on the hip, with four fingers at the front of the body, and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, abdominal and latissimus dorsi muscles slightly contracted, head up. Competitors who fail to adopt the proper stance will receive one warning after which points will be deducted from their score.
Quarter Turn Right: Competitors will perform the first quarter turn to the right. They will stand left side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Left hand resting on the left hip, right arm hold down and slightly to the front from the centerline of the body, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Left leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, resting flat on the floor. Right leg (farthest to the judges) bent in the knee, with foot moved back and resting on the toes.
Quarter Turn Back: Erect, tense stance, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, one hand resting on the hip, with four fingers at the front of the body, second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers and one leg slightly moved back and to the side, resting on the toes. Latissimus dorsi muscles slightly contracted, head up.
Quarter Turn Right: Competitors will perform the next quarter turn to the right. They will stand right side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Right hand resting on the right hip, left arm hold down and slightly to the front from the centerline of the body, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Right leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, resting flat on the floor. Left leg (farthest to the judges) bent in the knee, with foot moved back and resting on the toes.


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VYRŲ KATEGORIJA "BODY ATHLETIC"
(ankstenė "Fitneso modeliai", tik šiek tiek didesni raumenys)

RULES BODY ATHETIC
(former Model Fitness Men, but slightly more muscular)
 
In BODY ATHLETIC the emphasize is placed on an  classic body building physique with less muscular body fat assessed by comparisons of the four quarter turns.
Regulations according to categories
1.      Senior Men’s Physique (body classic), 4 categories.
A)    Up to 170 cm +2 kg                                         
B)    Up to 175 cm + 4 kg
C)     Up to 180 cm + 6 kg
D)    Up to 185 cm + 8 kg
E)     Above  185cm +10 kg
Junior class  till 21years old together with body building
Master class +40, +50, +60 years together with bodybuilding
Rounds:
Body Athletic consists of 2 rounds as follows.
Round 1:
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country.
Comparisons in the 4 quarter turns following by the compulsory poses
a)     Front double biceps
b)     Lat spread front
c)      Side chest
d)     Back double biceps
e)     Back lat spead
f)       Triceps pose
g)     Abdominals and Thighs
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and the compulsory poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
Round 2
Routine : Free posing for maximum 1 minute .
The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Attire.
1.      Competitors will wear coloured, opaque posing trunks which are clean and decent. The colour, fabric, texture and style of the trunks will be left to the competitor’s discretion. The trunks will cover a minimum of ¾ of the gluteus maximus. The front area must be covered and the side of the trunks should be 1 cm in width at a minimum. The use of padding anywhere in the trunks is prohibited.
2. Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
3. The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
4. The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body colouring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
5. Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
6.The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
MEN’S MANDATORY POSES:
a.      Front Double Biceps:
 Standing face front to the judges, with one leg slightly moved forward and to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the  elbows. The hands should be clenched and turned down so as to cause a contraction of the biceps and forearm muscles, which are the main muscle groups that are to be assessed in this pose. In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as   many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to toe.
b.     Lat Spread front:
Standing face front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart, the competitor will place the open hands, or clenched fists, against, or  gripping, the lower waist or obliques and will expand the latissimus muscles. At the same time, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other frontal muscles as possible. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the top inside of the  quadriceps. 
c.      Side Chest :
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will bend the arm nearest the judges to a right-angle position, with the fist clenched and, with the other hand, will grasp the wrist. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and   will rest on the toes. The competitor will then expand the chest and by upward pressure of the front bent arm and contract the biceps as much as possible. He will also contract the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on his toes, will display the contracted calf  muscles.
d.     Back Double Biceps:
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms and wrists as in the Front Double Biceps pose, and will place one foot back, resting on the   toes. He will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf  muscles.
e.      Back Lat Spread :
Standing with his back to the judges, the competitor will place his hands on his waist with his elbows kept wide, with the legs and feet in-line and up to 15 cm apart. He   will then contract the latissimus dorsi as wide as possible and display a calf  contraction by pressing downward on the rear toes. The competitor should make an effort to display the opposite calf to that which was displayed during the back double biceps pose so the judge may assess both calf muscles equally. It shall be strictly forbidden for the competitor to pull up on the posing trunks so as to show the gluteus maximus muscles.
f.        Side Triceps :
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better” arm. He will stand with his left or right side towards the judges and will place both arms behind his back, either linking his fingers or grasping the front arm by the wrist with his rear hand. The leg nearest the judges will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the floor. The leg farthest the judges moved back and the foot resting  on the toes. The competitor will exert pressure against his front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. He will also raise the chest and contract the abdominal muscles as well as the thigh and calf  muscles.
g.      Abdominals and Thighs :
 Standing face front to the judges, the competitor will place both arms behind the  head and will place one leg forward. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. At the same time, he will contract the thigh muscles of the leg(s). The judge will survey the abdominal and thigh muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-foot examination.


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MODELIŲ KULTŪRIZMO KATEGORIJA

MUSCLE MODEL
(model bodybuilding)
 
In Men’s muscle model the emphasize is placed on an athletic looking physique and a handsome face assessed by comparisons of the four quarter turns designed for physique with more muscular body-mass than fitness model and less body-mass compared to bodybuilders and bodyclassic competitors with more emphasize given to a male sport model overall aesthetic look including a handsome face and overall appearance.
Regulations according to categories
1.      Senior Men’s Muscle Model, three categories.
A)    - 170 cm
B)    - 180 cm
C)     + 180 cm
Men’s Muscle model consists of 2 round as follows.
Round 1 in evening dress
The competitors will enter the stage one by one in evening dress they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses (Bodybuilding and vulgar Poses are not allowed) during their “ catwalk”.
The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform 4 different positions of her choice.
Comparisons in the quarter turns in evening dress
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
The judges will score the competitors from
the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Evening dress choice from competitor
Round 2:
The competitors will enter the stage one by one, they will be introduced by number, name and country and may upon their discretion present a few poses ( Bodybuilding Poses are not allowed) during their “T-Walk”.
Comparisons in the quarter turns.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 6 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 6 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
judges shall go for the muscle model
  1. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
  2. The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
  3. The main emphasize should be given on the total appearance of a symmetrical athletic body and handsome face,
  4. Muscularity and body condition:
  5. The main emphasize should be given on the total appearance of a symmetrical athletic body and handsome face
  6. The judge should first assess the overall male athletic appearance of the body.
  7. This assessment should begin at the head and extend downwards, taking the whole physique into account.
  8. The assessment, beginning with the general impression of the physique, should take into consideration the condition of the skin and skin tone and also the hair. Judges will be looking for fit contestants who display proper shape and body proportions, combined with balanced muscularity and overall condition.
  9. The judges are reminded that extreme muscularity and definition should be marked down.
Attire.
  • 1.The competitors wear Beach short that reach from the lower abdominals area down to just above the knee. Viewed from the back the beach short have to cover all of the glut area down to just above the knee area.
  • The material, texture and color of the beach short are at the discretion of the competitor.
  • Except for a wedding ring, competitors will not wear footwear, glasses, watches, pendants, earrings, wigs, distracting ornamentation or artificial aids to the figure.
  • The use of props during the Prejudging or Finals presentation is strictly  prohibited.
  • The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed. If the tan comes off by simply wiping, the athlete will not be allowed to enter the stage. Artificial body colouring and self-tanning products may be used The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
  • Professional competition tanning methods (airbrush tanning, cabin spray tanning) may be used if applied by the professional companies and qualified personnel.
  • 6.The excessive application of oil on the body is strictly prohibited; however, body oils and moisturizers may be used in moderation.
Judging and posing
DESCRIPTION OF THE MUSCLE MODEL T WALK, QUARTER TURNS AND PHOTOS
T-Walk 25% scores
- The competitor will walk to the center of the stage, will stop and perform front stance, with optional pose of hand in pocket or on hip, finishing facing the judges. 
-The judges will be assessing each competitor on how well they display their physique in move. Competitors shall be assessed on whether or not they carry themselves in a graceful manner while walking to the stage. The pace, the elegance of moves, gestures, “showmanship”, personality, charisma, stage presence, as well as a natural rhythm should play a part in the final placing of each competitor.
Quarter turns 75% scores
Front position: Erect, tense stance, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, one hand resting on the hip, with four fingers at the front of the body, and one leg slightly moved to the side. Second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Knees unbent, abdominal and latissimus dorsi muscles slightly contracted, head up. Competitors who fail to adopt the proper stance will receive one warning after which points will be deducted from their score.
Quarter Turn Right: Competitors will perform the first quarter turn to the right. They will stand left side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Left hand resting on the left hip, right arm hold down and slightly to the front from the centerline of the body, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Left leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, resting flat on the floor. Right leg (farthest to the judges) bent in the knee, with foot moved back and resting on the toes.
Quarter Turn Back: Erect, tense stance, head and eyes facing the same direction as the body, one hand resting on the hip, with four fingers at the front of the body, second hand hanging down along the body, slightly out of to the side, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers and one leg slightly moved back and to the side, resting on the toes. Latissimus dorsi muscles slightly contracted, head up.
Quarter Turn Right: Competitors will perform the next quarter turn to the right. They will stand right side to the judges, with upper body slightly turned toward the judges and face looking at the judges. Right hand resting on the right hip, left arm hold down and slightly to the front from the centerline of the body, elbow slightly bent, with open palm and straight, aesthetically configured fingers. Right leg (nearest the judges) slightly bent in the knee, resting flat on the floor. Left leg (farthest to the judges) bent in the knee, with foot moved back and resting on the toes.


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ATNAUJINTOS VARŽYBŲ TAISYKLĖS.
Porų pogrupis.

MIXED PAIRS
Regulations according to categories
There are 4 categories in couples
·         Classic
·         Performance
·         Athletic
·         Bodybuilding
ATTIRE
a.      The bikini will be opaque two-piece in style.
b.     The colour, fabric, texture, ornamentation and style of the bikini as well as the colour and style of the high-heels will be left to the competitor’s discretion, except as indicated in the below.
c.      Sole thickness of the high-heels may have maximum of 1 cm and stiletto height may have maximum of 12 cm. Platform shoes are not allowed.
d.     The bikini bottom will cover a minimum of 1/3 of the gluteus maximus and all of the frontal area. The bikini must be in good taste. Strings are strictly prohibited.
e.      The attire will be inspected during the Official Athlete Registration.
f.        The hair may be styled.
g.      Except for a wedding ring, bracelets and earrings, jewellery will not be worn.
h.     Competitors will not wear glasses, watches, wigs or artificial aids to the figure, except breast implants.
i.        The use of tans and bronzers that can be wiped off is not allowed.
j.        Competitors will wear coloured, opaque posing trunks which are clean and decent. The colour, fabric, texture and style of the trunks will be left to the competitor’s discretion. The trunks will cover a minimum of ¾ of the gluteus maximus. The front area must be covered and the side of the trunks should be 1 cm in width at a minimum. The use of padding anywhere in the trunks is prohibited.
2. Only one Round.
Prejudging. On high heels
Quarter turns
Compulsory Poses
a.       Front double biceps
b.      Side chest
c.       Back double biceps
d.      Triceps pose
e.       Abdominals and Thighs
a.       Front double biceps (palms open):
 Standing front to the judges, with the legs and feet in-line and the right/left leg placed out to the side, the competitor will raise both arms to shoulder level and bend them at the elbows. The hands should be opened, with fingers directed up.   In addition, the competitor should attempt to contract as many other muscles as possible as the judges will be surveying the whole physique, from head to  toe.
b. Side Chest:
 The competitor may choose either side for this pose, in order to display the “better” arm. She will stand left or right side to the judges, with the upper body slightly twisted to the judges, face looking to the judges, stomach in, leg nearest to the judges straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes, leg farthest to the judges slightly bent at the knee, with foot resting flat of the floor, both arms kept slightly front of the body, straight and locked at the elbow, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and kept together or one over the other. The competitor will then contract the pectoral muscles, the tricpes muscle and the thigh muscles, in particular, the biceps femoris group, and by downward pressure on her toes, will display the contracted calf muscles.
c. Back double biceps (palms open):
Standing with her back to the judges, the competitor will bend the arms as in the Front Pose, keep the hands opened, place one foot back and resting on the toes. She will then contract the arm muscles as well as the muscles of the shoulders, upper and lower back, thigh and calf muscles.
d. Side Triceps:
The competitor may choose either side for this pose so as to show the “better”   arm. She will stand with her left or right side towards the judges, face looking to  the judges, chest out, stomach in, and will place both arms behind her back, grasping the front arm by the wrist with her rear hand. The arm nearest to the judges will be straight and locked at the elbow, with open hand, thumb and fingers together, palm facing down and in a horizontal position. The competitor will   exert pressure against her front arm, thereby causing the triceps muscle to contract. The rear leg will be bent at the knee and the foot will rest flat on the   floor. Leg nearest to the judges will be straight, locked at the knee, moved forward and resting on the toes.
d.      Abdominals and Thighs :
Standing face front to the judges, the competitor will place one arm behind the  head and will place one leg forward. He will then contract the abdominal muscles by “crunching” the trunk slightly forward. At the same time, he will contract the thigh muscles of the leg(s). The judge will survey the abdominal and thigh muscles, and then conclude with the head-to-foot examination.
3) 1 Minute free posing (can without shoes)
3. The scoring of the preliminary assessment is the same like in other disciplines.
The competitors are guided on stage by the onstage expediters in numerical order in a single line. In groups of not more than 5 competitors at a time they will be guided through the four quarter turns and the 5 Compulsory Poses. This will give the judges sufficient time to prepare for individual comparisons. Once this preliminary assessment in the quarter turns and 5 Compulsory Poses is completed each judge is given the possibility for call outs of not more than 5 competitors at one time. After the individual comparisons are concluded the onstage expediters will guide the competitors off the stage.
4. The judges will score the competitors from the first place to the last place in the same way like in other disciplines.
5. The points of the prejudging will be added in the final round.
6. The main emphasize should be given on a total appearance of a symmetrical muscular, and defined body of the athlete
7. The scoring of the preliminary is the same like in other disciplines.
Photos of the athletes will soon follow, so we have a better understanding of how athletic physique Athletes should look like.


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PROFESIONALIŲ SPORTININKŲ VARŽYBŲ TAISYKLĖS:

World Fitness Federation (WFF-International) World Body Building Federation (WBBF-International) (Since 1968; 127 Country-Members from all Continents)
PROFESSIONAL DIVISION JUDGING CRITERIA
COMPILED BY  WFF-WBBF International JUDGES COUNCIL .
APPROVED BY  WFF-WBBF International EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
(January 27, 2017; WFF International Congress; Vilnius , Republic Lithuania ).  
 
JUDGING SYSTEM
1. Contests
2. Guide-Lines
3. Judges and Scoring
4. Contest Details
5. Categories
 
1.CONTESTS
-          World Pro Championship „Amber Prix OLYMPIA“
-          World Pro Cup
-          Continental Pro Championship
-          Continental Pro Cup
-          Pro World Grand Prix

2. GENERAL GUIDE-LINES 
The Professional Card can be presented to an Athlete, who was anong top three participants of the Pro Contests mentioned above in the item 1. The exception could be done by the International Executive Council only. Pro Athletes are free to participate at the Competitions of other International Federations.

3. JUDGES AND SCORING 
HEAD JUDGE
The head Judge shall be qualified, experienced and able to conduct the competition and supervise the judging panel. The head judge will handle the communications between the judging panel and the competitors. The head judge will normally not vote unless there is an insufficient number of judges present. 

SCORING JUDGES 
The judging panel will consist of an odd number of judges with no less than five. Each must be qualified within his/her organization and must be screened by the WFF-WBBF International Judging Committee. Scoring sheets will then be scrutinized for competency and further judging assignments will be based on proficiency. 

SCORING 
The scoring procedure used will be of the placement system. The format is judging by selection – as opposed to a points marking system. 
Competitors of each Category will be scored and placed by each Judge according to the judging criteria specified for each Category of Competition (Judging Ctireria -  see our presented detailed judging criteria of each Amateur Category). Judging results are transferred to a “master sheet” to determine each competitor’s final placing. This is achieved by adding up the place votes of each competitor and recording the total. 
Where five or seven judges are used, one high and one low score shall be dropped. When using a panel of nine judges, the two highest and two lowest scores shall be excluded in computing each competitor’s final placing. Ties will be broken by the lowest placing system not most first votes. This deduction is necessary to guard or eliminate judging bias and bad judging. After deduction the competitor with the lowest collective total will be declared the winner. If two or more athletes have the same number of firsts the judges chairman shall have the casting vote. If judges consider an athlete does not meet the required standard they have the right to eliminate the athlete from the contest. 
The number of finalists in each category shall be recorded on a judges list of competitors. Three finalists of each Category is normally recommended. In Categories with a large entry this may be extended to six Finalists.
The use of bronzers, tanning lotions and crème, gels, posing oils or other high-lighting products is acceptable for both prejudging (Semi-Finals) and evening performance (Finals). 
The competitor will perform the routine to her own music which must be on a CD. 
A good quality CD should be used and the music should be at the beginning of the CD. It is to the athletes advantage to select the music piece which can dramatically enhance the free posing presentation.  Words or lyrics on the CD must not contain profanity or be offensive. 
 
4. CONTEST DETAILS
All Contests are of two parts:  Semi Finals and Finals.
SEMI FINALS 
(Only top 15 Selected by Judges Athletes in a Category)
The Judging is done as it is  presented detailed judging criteria of each Amateur Category.
FINALS
(Only top 6 after Semi Finals Athletes in a Category)
The Judging is done as it is  presented detailed judging criteria of each Amateur Category.
 
5.CATEGORIES
Men
-          Aerobic Performance Category
-          Fitness Model Category
-          Muscle Model Category
-          Body Athletic Category
-          Bodybuilding Category Over 100 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Category Until 100 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Category Until 90 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Category Until 80 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Category Until 70 kgs
-          Senior Bodybuilding Category Over 50 years
-          Senior Bodybuilding Category Over 60 years
-          Disabled Bodybuilding Category
Women
-          Aerobic Preformabce Category
-          Fitness Model Category
-          Bikini Category
-          Bodybuilding Category Over 60 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Category Until 60 kgs.
-          Bodybuilding Figure Classic Category
-          Bodybuilding Figure Athletic Category
-          Senior Bodybuilding Category Over 40 years
-          Senior Bodybuilding Category Over 50 years
-          Disabled Bodybuilding Category
 
Chairman Judges Council WFF-WBBF International                    EDITA SENDRIENE


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ATTENTION - CONTEST RULES WERE CHANGED.
НАПОМИНАЕМ - ИЗМЕНЕНИЯ В ПРАВИЛАХ СОРЕВНОВАНИЙ.
PRIMENAME - PASIKEITĖ VARŽYBŲ TAISYKLĖS.
 
In January, 2017 in Vilnius (Lithuania) at the International Congress the WFF-WBBF (World Fitness Federation, World Body Building Federation) International Contest Categories and Age Groups were changed. The new Categories were presented at the 18-th  „Universe“ and the 50-th „Amber Prix International“ first time. We present once again the  new names and some changes in the International WFF-WBBF Amateur Contest Rules.
 
В январе 2017 года во время международного конгресса в Вильнюсе (Литва) были изменены категории и возрастные группы международных соревнований Всемирной федерации ВФФ-ВББФ (World Fitness Federation, World Body Building Federation). Впервые в мае 2017 года новые категории применены в международных турнирах «Юниверс» („Universe“) и «Янтарный приз» („Amber Prix International“). Ещё раз представляем по новому озвученные категории и возрастные группы международных соревнований ВФФ-ВББФ для спортсменов любителей.
 
Po 2017 metų sausio mėnesį Vilniuje vykusio tarptautinio kongreso Pasaulinės WFF-WBBF (World Fitness Federation, World Body Building Federation)  federacijos tarptautinių varžybų kategorijos ir amžiaus grupės keitėsi. Naujos kategorijos pirmą kartą pritaikytos 18-tame tarptautiniame „Universe“  bei 50-tame  istoriniame  „Gintarinio prizo“ („Amber Prix International“)  turnyruose. Dar kartą pristatome naujai įvardintas tarptautinių WFF-WBBF varžybų kategorijas ir amžiaus grupes sportininkams mėgėjams.
 
CATEGORIES AND AGE GROUPS
WOMEN
Division Aerobic Performance
Division Fitness Model (Categories: 165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Bikini (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Figure Classic (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Figure Athletic (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Bodybuilding (Categories:  165 cm., 175 cm., + 175 cm.)
Division Power Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
Division Fit-Kids and Aerobic Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
 
MEN
Division Aerobic Performance
Division Fitness Model  (Categories:  170 cm., 180 cm., + 180 cm., former Men‘s  Phisyque Category)
Division Muscle Model (Categories:  170 cm., 180 cm., + 180 cm.)
Division Body Athletic (Categories:  170 cm. +2 kgs., 175 cm. +4 kgs., 180 cm. +6 kgs, 185 cm. +8 kgs, +185 cm. +10 kgs, former Classic Bodybuilding Category)
Division Bodybuilding (Categories: 70 kgs, 80 kgs, 90 kgs, 100 kgs, +100 kgs)
Division Mixed Pairs (Categories: Classic, Performance, Athletic and Bodybuilding)
Division Disabled (Categories: General, Wheel-Chair, Arm and Leg Disabilities)
Division Power Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
Division Fit-Kids and Aerobic Fitness (Categories: under 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, over 21, over 40, 50, 60 years)
AGE GROUPS
Age Groups for all Divisions except Power Fitness and Fit-Kids: Juniors under 16, 18, 21 years and Seniors over 40, 50 and 60 years.
 
Chairman WFF-WBBF International Judges Council EDITA SENDRIENE
 
INFORMATION.
More detailed information on the International Site www.wff.lt, see forum topics. Also information available on the Facebook pages: WFF-WBBF International, WFF-WBBF North America, WFF-WBBF South America, WFF-WBBF Asia, WFF-WBBF Europe, WFF-WBBF Africa, WFF-WBBF Asia Continental Federation, International Sport University (ISU, www.isuniversity.lt ), WFF-WBBF Pro Division.


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KURIOS TARPTAUTINĖS VARŽYBOS YRA OFICILIOS IR KURIOS NĖRA OFICIALIOS?
OFICIALIOS TARPTAUTINĖS VARŽYBOS.
Bet kurios šalies nacionaliniame olimpiniame komitete ar sporto ministerijoje lengvai gausite atsakymą – oficialiomis tarptautinėmis varžybomis laikomi:
-          Olimpinės žaidynės
-          Pasaulio čempionatas ir pasaulio taurės pirmenybės
-          Kontinento čempionatas ir kontinento pirmenybės (Azijos, Afrikos, Europos ir t.t.).
Bet kuri oficiali sporto federacija laikosi aukščiau minimų reikalavimų.
OFICIALIOS NACIONALINĖS VARŽYBOS.
Oficialiomis nacionalinėmis varžybomis laikomi:
-          Nacionalinis čempionatas
-          Nacionalinės taurės pirmenybės.
WFF-WBBF OFICIALIŲ VARŽYBŲ SPECIFINIAI REIKALAVIMAI ORGANIZATORIAMS.
Taikomi trys specifiniai reikalavimai WFF-WBBF oficialių varžybų organizatoriams:
1.     Oficialiose varžybose privalo dirbti tam paskirta tarptautinė sekretorių (įskaitant profesionalų fotografą) grupė
2.     Oficialiose varžybose turi dirbti mažiausiai 5 turintys tarptautines kategorijas teisėjai. Tarptautinė teisėjo kategorija nacionalinės kategorijos teisėjams suteikiama kasmetiniame tarptautiniame teisėjų seminare
3.     Oficialių varžybų organizatorius pasirūpina tarptautinių teisėjų išlaidų, susijusiu su teisėjavimu konkrečiose varžybose, galimu kompensavimu
4.     Pagal Pasaulinės WFF-WBBF federacijos nuostatas, varžybos, neatitikusios trijų aukščiau išvardintų reikalavimų, negali būti laikomos oficialiomis.
OFICIALIOS WFF-WBBF FEDERACIJOS VARŽYBOS.
Skirtingai nuo kitų „tarptautinių kultūrizmo organizacijų“, Pasaulinė WFF-WBBF federacija savo veikloje vadovaujasi bet kurios kitos sporto šakos bendrai priimtomis nuostatomis.  Visokie „festivaliai“, „klasikai“, „savaitgaliai“, „mugės“, „čempionų naktys“  ir t.t. niekada nebuvo WFF-WBBF federacijos oficialiomis varžybomis, kaip kad yra kitose „federacijose“.
Pastaruosius penkiasdešimt metų Pasaulinės WFF-WBBF federacijos istorija glaudžiai susijusi su istoriniu tarptautiniu „Gintarinio prizo“ turnyru. Apjungęs dvidešimt šalių, beveik tris dešimtmečius tarptautinis „Gintarinio prizo“ turnyras buvo faktiškai neoficialiu socialistinių šalių pasaulio čempionatu. Po ilgalaikio kultūrizmo sporto draudimo ir persekiojimo 1989 metais tai pripažino SSSR sporto ministerija (Goskomsport). Dėl minėtų priežasčių „Gintarinio prizo“ turnyras yra tarp Pasaulinės WFF-WBBF federacijos oficialių varžybų. Kultūrizmas nėra olimpinė sporto šaka, todėl ir senasis tradicinis „Universe“ turnyras yra Pasaulinės WFF-WBBF federacijos prilygintas oficialiam pasaulio čempionatui ir yra oficialių varžybų sąraše.
2018 metais Pasaulinė WFF-WBBF federacija įvairiose šalyse vykdo apie 60 varžybų. Pavyzdžiui: 12 varžybų Rusijoje, 8 Baltarusijoje, 2 Lenkijoje, 6 Brazilijoje, 2 Paragvajuje ir t.t..
Oficialiomis 2018 metų WFF-WBBF federacijos varžybomis yra sekančios:
 
February 26, 2018, ASIA CHAMPIONSHIP, Ludhiana, India
May 19, 2018, 51-st „AMBER PRIX INTERNATIONAL“, Klaipeda, Lithuania
May 20, 2018, PRO „UNIVERSE“, Klaipeda, Lithuania
June 9, 2018, WORLD GRAND PRIX RUSSIA, Sochi, Russia
September 22, 2018, WORLD AMATEUR CUP, Pattaya, Thailand
September 29, 2018, AMATEUR UNIVERSE, Jekaterinburg, Russia
October 13, 2018, WORLD PRO CHAMPIONSHIP, Klaipeda, Lithuania
October 13, 2018, WORLD AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP, Klaipeda, Lithuania
October 20, 2018, WORLD PRO CUP, Paphos, Cyprus.


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