Hennie Kotze



Training To Become An IFBB Pro Takes Commitment

Training with an IFBB Pro, such as Hennie Kotze, will do wonders for one’s bodybuilding career in terms of prestige, but also the valuable training techniques that one can learn. To earn the status of IFBB Pro one has to get the IFBB Pro card.

It is definitely not an easy process and entails a willingness to commit, years of training, and the winning of regional and national championships. Only once a bodybuilder reaches the top spot does the IFBB offer a Pro Card. Hennie has reached the goal and is officially an IFBB Pro. It also means that once you train with Hennie that you will gain valuable knowledge and will have one of the best trainers in the country to work with you in reaching your goals.

The IFBB SA has also recently announced that they are scouting for one female and one male athlete at the IFBB SA Muscle Evolution Grand Prix 2010 to identify potential bodybuilders to work with during the 2011 season regarding the earning of Pro Card Status. To get the Pro Card Status one has to be invited by the IFBB. If you are dreaming of one day earning the status, there is no time to waste. You need to get the right training from someone who has already earned his place in the bodybuilding industry. That person is Hennie Kotze.

Not only does Hennie have the experience, proven track record of successes, and quite a few prestigious accolades behind his name, but he is also well-known for his commitment to his athletes. Working with Hennie is not a walk in the park. He expects you to be committed and to train according to plan. He however provides you with all the resources you may need to become the best you can be. If you believe in your dreams, you will be the right candidate for training to also become an IFBB Pro.

Contact Hennie today to start your training for the prestigious accolades such as the IFBB Pro Status awarded to committed athletes in South Africa.


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