Hennie Kotze

IFBB Pro Card


What Is The IFBB Pro Card?
If you endeavour to become an IFBB Pro you will first have to earn the IFBB Pro Card. In order to get the prestigious IFBB Pro Card, a person must train exceptionally hard, compete in various competitions, and place high in those competitions.

Once the bodybuilder places well in the regional contest weight class, the athlete will also have to compete in the National Championships. At the end of the day, the winners of each weight class will compete against each other in another contest to determine the winner for the National Contest for the particular year. Only then can one qualify for the IFBB Pro Card. It should be noted to obtain it, one has to be invited. It is possible for more than one contestant to get the card in a year, but overall the number of bodybuilders getting the prestigious accolade is rather limited. Once the bodybuilder has won on National Level, he or she may go further to also obtain the title of winner at the IFBB World Championship.

IFBB SA recently announced that they are working with two very deserving bodybuilders in obtaining their IFBB Pro Card status. Hennie Kotze, as one of the two athletes, officially received his Pro Card status earlier in 2010 and with that has proven his standing in the bodybuilding industry. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, some blood and buckets full of sweat, but the status belongs to him. Hennie goes all out to do the same for other athletes. Training with Hennie means hard work, but the results are amazing. He has proven that he is not only an excellent trainer, but also a top competitor to be reckoned with.

The IFBB Pro Card status means that the athlete has attained top level recognition in the sport. It takes about ten to fifteen years of dedication to reach the status and few make it to the ultimate top. Most bodybuilders, however, keep focused on this prestigious status because of the recognition associated with such. Contact Hennie Kotze today to help you reach your personal bodybuilding training goals.


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