When it comes to the legal landscape surrounding competitive bodybuilding, some people are calling for the sport to be regulated by the federal government.
In a recent Reddit AMA, a Reddit user who goes by the handle of The_Oath wrote that he believes the sport should be regulated like any other sport, but it’s just not as simple as it may sound.
The problem, The_Loathe_Man explained, is that many people think competitive bodybuilders are competitors, and because of that, people are often unaware of the requirements for competition.
In order to be considered a competitor, competitors must be at least 18 years old and have competed in a competition at least once, TheLoathed_Man said in the AMA.
For a competitive bodybuilder, this means that they have to be 18 years of age or older, compete in a contest, have competed for at least two months, and have participated in a national competition.
The person who is banned from competing in a bodybuilding competition also has to meet the same eligibility requirements as competitors in the competition.
This includes having competed in at least 10 national and international competitions in the past year.
This is the first time the AMA has heard of such a rule in competition bodybuilding.
If a bodybuilder who was disqualified from competing has competed in an event, such as a national meet, then the person is eligible for competition in that competition, TheThe_Lamp_Man added.
The AMA thread was not the first in which Redditors have questioned whether the sport is regulated by government.
Last year, the AMA community saw a heated debate about whether bodybuilding should be considered an Olympic sport, when competitors were barred from competing at the world championships.
A Redditor named Fart_of_Water was banned from competition in bodybuilding after he competed in the bodybuilding championships, according to The Huffington Post.
The user was not allowed to compete in competitions because he was not registered to compete.
In the AMA thread, Fart of Water wrote, “If you are a competitivebody, you have to have competed at least 3 national championships in the last year.
You can compete for a year or two at a time, or you can compete in the national meets and national competitions, which are very competitive.”
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Farsight, a bodyweight and muscle-building trainer, said that bodybuilders do not meet the eligibility requirements for competitions like the World Championships.
“They’re not allowed for the national championships,” Farsightsaid.
“So if you’re a body builder, then you’re not eligible for the competition.”
Farsight said that while the sport may not be considered to be a true sport, it is certainly competitive, and bodybuilders should be able to compete for competitions if they are eligible.
“I think that’s the way it’s supposed to be, that’s why we don’t regulate it.
The Olympics are for people who can’t compete, because we have regulations for athletes,” Fart-of-Water said.
In fact, bodybuilders compete in more than 500 international competitions, and more than 2,000 national and regional championships per year, according the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Farsightsays the sport, like other sports, can be a fun and entertaining way for people to get together and compete.
Fart-Of-Water also noted that there are certain rules that should be applied to competitions that are sponsored by government entities.
For example, if a body building competition is sponsored by the US Postal Service, the person who was banned should be issued a stamp by the USPS to show that they did compete, according The Huffington post.
“You should be given the stamp, and you should be asked for your proof of age,” Fartsaid.
In addition, Fartsightsaid that there should be a requirement that bodybuilding contests be held in places where a person is allowed to be and to participate.
In addition to requiring a stamp, Fightsaid there should also be a written written requirement that the contest be held at a location where a large crowd is allowed.
The rules for bodybuilding competitions should also have some kind of penalty, Fairsight said.
“It shouldn’t be too harsh, but at the same time, they shouldn’t make it so hard for people,” he said.
Fartsightsays that he hopes bodybuilders will understand that the rules they follow are for competition and not competition itself.
“Just like any sport, we have rules that we follow to keep ourselves safe, to keep our competitors safe, and we want to keep competition safe, too,” Fairsightsaid, who has been competing for nearly 15 years, told The Huffington POST.