Hennie Kotze

South African Bodybuilders


Want To join The Elite Of South African Bodybuilders?

To reach the top of any discipline requires extremely hard work and dedication. It has been hypothesised that to become an expert in anything, be it software programming or body building takes at least 10 000 hours of practice, and that practice has to be constant. In the case of the elite of South African bodybuilders such as Hennie Kotze, newly crowned IFBB SA Overall Champion that dedication means not only putting in the hours at the gym, but rather a holistic approach to self improvement and a lifestyle that supports his body building goals.

For elite South African bodybuilders like Hennie the day starts early, around 4am when he consumes the first of his many daily balanced meals. Combining a high protein diet with various sports supplements means that he has the fuel to thrive on a punishing daily gym routine. Supplements like SSN’s Crea-Mass not only bulk up muscle mass but allow for rapid recovery from these punishing sessions.

Professional body builders consume vast amounts of protein such as that found in fish like Salmon, Hake and Kingklip, lean red meat and eggs, but this diet is supplemented by other sources of protein, such as those found in SSN’s 100% whey protein, which can be consumed as a shake and as part of each meal.

A balanced diet, aimed at achieving the end result of a superbly conditioned body is achievable through the combination of a gruelling exercise routine (up to 6 days a week at the gym) and a professionally designed combination of several sports nutrition supplements. If you’d like to join the elite of South African bodybuilders then a good first step is to seek the advice of a sports nutritionist or a trained gym consultant who will be able to give you all the information you need on supplements and how best to use them.

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