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    LINK --> http://npcnewsonline.com/npc-bodybui...petitor-rules/

    NPC BODYBUILDING COMPETITOR RULES

    NPC Membership

    Each competitor must be a member of the NPC.

    Competitor Rules


    Check-Ins

    Competitors will be checked in and weighed


    POSING SUITS

    • All suit bottoms must be V-shaped, no thongs are permitted.
    • Suits worn by male competitors at the prejudging and finals must be plain in color with no fringe, wording, sparkle or fluorescents.
    • Suits worn by female competitors at the Prejudging must be two-piece and plain in color with no fringe, wording, sparkle or fluorescents.
    • Suites worn by female competitors at the Finals must be two-piece but may include a printed design with fringes, lace, sparkle or fluorescents that are in good taste.
    • All Prejudging suits will be checked at the morning check-in.
    • Competitors are not permitted to alter the fit of the posing suit by hiking it up in the back or by pulling up the sides during Front and Rear Lat Spreads.


    POSING MUSIC

    • Posing music will be used at the Finals only with the exception of Mixed Pairs competitors who will use music at both the Prejudging and the Finals.
    • Posing music must be on a cassette tape or CD and must be the only music on the tape or CD.
    • Posing music must be on Side A and should be cued to the start of the music.
    • Posing music must not contain vulgar lyrics. Competitors using music containing vulgar lyrics will be disqualified.


    ONSTAGE

    • During the Prejudging male and female competitors are not permitted to wear any jewelry onstage other than a wedding band. Decorative pieces in the hair are not permitted.
    • During the Finals female competitors are permitted to wear earrings.
    • No glasses, props or gum are permitted onstage.
    • Any competitor doing the “Moon Pose” will be disqualified.
    • Lying on the floor is prohibited.
    • Bumping and shoving is prohibited. First and second persons involved will be disqualified.
    • Competitors numbers will be worn on the left side of the suit bottom.


    BACKSTAGE

    • The only people permitted in the backstage area are competitors, expediters and NPC officials.


    COMPETITORS HEALTH

    • Any competitor who appears to be disoriented, light-headed or experiences undue cramping will not be permitted to compete.
    • Any competitor disqualified for health reasons must be checked by the attending EMT and, if it is advised by the EMT, must go to the nearest hospital for evaluation.
    • Competitors who refuse to be evaluated by the EMT or at the hospital will be suspended from competition for a period of one year from the date of the occurrence.


    WEIGHT CLASSES

    Male Competitors (All contests that are pro qualifiers)

    • Bantamweight – up to 143 ¼ lb
    • Lightweight – Over 143 ¼ up to 154 ¼
    • Middleweight – Over 154 ¼ up to 176 ¼
    • Light-Heavyweight – Over 176 ¼ up to 198 ¼
    • Heavyweight – Over 198 ¼ up to 225 ¼
    • Super Heavyweight – Over 225 ¼

    Male Welterweight Class for USA and National Championships

    • Bantamweight: 143-1/4 lbs. & under
    • Lightweight: over 143-1/4 lbs. to & including 154-1/4 lbs
    • * Welterweight over 154-1/4 lbs. to & including 165-1/4 lbs
    • Middleweight: over 165-1/4 lbs. up to & including 176-1/4 lbs
    • Light-Heavyweight: over 176-1/4 lbs. up to & including 198-1/4 lbs
    • Heavyweight: over 198-1/4 lbs up to & including 225-1/4
    • Super Heavyweight: over 225-1/4

    *The Welterweight is optional at local, regional and national qualifying contests.
    Male Weight Classes

    2 Classes

    • Lightweight – up to and including 176-1/4
    • Heavyweight – Over 176-1/4

    3 Classes

    • Lightweight – up to and including 165-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 165-1/4 up to and including 187-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 187-1/4

    4 Classes

    • Lightweight – up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4

    5 Classes

    • Bantamweight – up to and including 143-1/4
    • Lightweight – over 143-1/4 up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-/14
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4

    6 Classes

    • Bantamweight – up to and including 143-1/4
    • Lightweight – over 143-1/4 up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4 up to and including 225-1/4
    • Super Heavyweight – over 225-1/4

    Note: At the Team Universe Championships there is no Super Heavyweight class but there is a Welterweight class that is over 154-1/4 up to and including 165-1/4 for a total of six (6) classes.

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    Female Weight Classes

    2 Classes

    • Lightweight – Up to and including 125
    • Heavyweight – Over 125

    3 Classes

    • Lightweight – Up to and including 125
    • Middleweight – Over 125 up to and including 140
    • Heavyweight – Over 140

    4 Classes

    • Lightweight – Up to and including 115
    • Middleweight – Over 115 up to and including 125
    • Light-Heavyweight – Over 125 up to and including 140
    • Heavyweight – Over 140

    Note: Class winners of the drug-free NPC Team Universe Championships go on to represent the United States in the IFBB World Championships that follow the IFBB weight limits below and for all polygraph tested events.
    Lightweight - up to and including 114-1/2
    Middleweight – over 114-12 up to and including 125-1/2
    Heavyweight – Over 125-1/2

    National level contests do not permit competitors to cross over into fitness, figure or bikini at the same event. All other competitions are permitted to have crossovers at the discretion of the promoter with appropriate approval.

    THE PREJUDGING POSING ROUNDS FOR MALE AND FEMALE COMPETITORS

    Judges will score competitors according to the NPC “total package” which is a balance of size, symmetry and muscularity.
    Relaxed Round

    • Keep your feet flat
    • Keep your heels together
    • Hold your arms at your sides
    • No twisting
    • Your head must be facing the same direction as your feet.

    Individual Round

    • Begin when ready – no signal is necessary from the Head Judge.
    • Maximum of 60 seconds with a warning when 10 seconds remain.
    • You are not obligated to use all 60 seconds.
    • Lying on the floor is not permitted.

    Mandatory Round

    • Front Double Bicep
    • Front Lat Spread
    • Side Chest
    • Side Tricep
    • Rear Double Bicep
    • Rear Lat Spread
    • Abdominals with one thigh


    NATIONAL LEVEL BODYBUILDING CONTESTS

    • Junior USA Championships
    • Junior National Championships
    • Masters National Championships
    • USA Championships
    • IFBB North American Championships
    • Team Universe Championships
    • National Championships


    ELIGIBILITY

    An athlete must be a citizen to compete in the following national competitions:

    • Masters National Championships
    • USA Championships
    • Team Universe Championships
    • Nationals Championships

    Proof of citizenship must be one of the following:

    • A birth certificate
    • A voter’s registration card
    • Military discharge papers
    • Naturalization Papers – Form N560
    • Consular Service Form FS24 for those born outside of the United States to US parents

    Residency is four (4) months prior to a contest or must be a full time student in the area.

    Bodybuilding Qualifications

    Bodybuilding competitors that place in the top five (5) in each class at a national qualifying contest are qualified for the Junior USA, Junior Nationals, Team Universe and North American Championships. Competitors that place in the top three at a national qualifying contest are eligible for the USA and Nationals. All National level qualifications are good for one year including the USA and Nationals. Those athletes that qualified for the USA and Nationals will be grandfathered in for the 2014 USA and Nationals.
    Definition of Novice

    If an athlete has placed in the top ten (10) of any national event (including the IFBB North American Championships), the athlete is no longer considered a novice.
    A true novice is an athlete that has never entered an NPC event.
    Who Qualifies for National Level Competitions:

    • A competitor must place in the top two (2) in their weight class of the Men’s Open or in the top three (3) in their weight class of the Women’s open division in a contest that has been sanctioned as a national qualifier.
    • First overall in an area championship of the open division.
    • Top two (2) in a weight class from an area level national qualifier
    • Overall winner in a district level competition designated as a national qualifier.
    • Winner of the weight class in a regional competition designated as a national qualifier.
    • Weight class winners from the Armed Forces.


    1. This qualifies the competitor for competition on the national level for a period of one (1) full calendar year after the year that the qualification took place
    2. Only if a competitor’s one (1) year qualification has expired can an athlete enter a state or higher level national qualifying competition even if they have already won the overall title.


    My placement qualifies me for the following national events.

    To enter the Junior USA, Teen and Masters Nationals you must place as follows:

    • Top five (5) in a weight class from a national level competition
    • Top three (3) in a weight class in the Teen or Masters Nationals
    • Class winner in the Armed Forces
    • Top three (3) in a weight class from an Area national qualifier
    • Top two (2) from a district level national qualifier

    To enter the USA and Junior Nationals you must place as follows:

    • Top five (5) in a weight class from the Nationals, USA, Team Universe or Junior Nationals
    • Top three (3) in a weight class from the Teen, Collegiate Masters Nationals
    • Class winner in the Armed Forces
    • First overall in an area level national qualifier
    • Top 2 in an area level national qualifier
    • Weight class winner from a district level competition designated as a national qualifier

    To enter the Nationals and North American Championships you must place as follows:

    • Top five (5) in a weight class from the Nationals, NPC USA or North American Championships
    • Top five (5) in a weight class from the Team Universe, Junior Nationals or Junior USA
    • Top five (5) in a weight class from Teen Collegiate Masters Nationals
    • Top two (2) in a weight class in the Armed Forces
    • Top two (2) in a weight class in an area level national qualifier
    • Overall winner in a district level competition designated as a national qualifier
    • Class winners at the USA and Nationals will be given five (5) years of eligibility.


    ENTRY INFORMATION

    The following must be provided with your entry:

    • NPC contest you entered
    • Date of contest
    • Contest promoter
    • Your weight class and final placing


    RULE FOR EVENTS WHERE ONE COMPETITOR COULD WIN TWO PRO CARDS DUE TO CROSSOVERS – NPC MASTERS NATIONALS AND IFBB NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS.
    When an event that is a pro qualifier such as the Masters Nationals and the IFBB North American Championships has the possibility of the same competitor winning two divisions and also two pro cards, the pro card that is awarded last in the Schedule of Events will be awarded to the second highest placing in the Overall judging of the last judged division.
    For example, at the Masters Nationals, if a competitor wins the Overall of the Men’s over 50 division he is awarded an IFBB pro card. If the same competitor wins the Overall of the Men’s over 40 division, the pro card in the Men’s over 40 division which is judged after the Men’s Over 50 division, will go to the second highest placing competitor in the Overall judging of the Men’s over 40 division.

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    so did they change the rules for mpd and wpd as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adina Zanolli View Post
    LINK --> http://npcnewsonline.com/npc-bodybui...petitor-rules/

    NPC BODYBUILDING COMPETITOR RULES

    NPC Membership

    Each competitor must be a member of the NPC.

    Competitor Rules


    Check-Ins

    Competitors will be checked in and weighed


    POSING SUITS


    • All suit bottoms must be V-shaped, no thongs are permitted.
    • Suits worn by male competitors at the prejudging and finals must be plain in color with no fringe, wording, sparkle or fluorescents.
    • Suits worn by female competitors at the Prejudging must be two-piece and plain in color with no fringe, wording, sparkle or fluorescents.
    • Suites worn by female competitors at the Finals must be two-piece but may include a printed design with fringes, lace, sparkle or fluorescents that are in good taste.
    • All Prejudging suits will be checked at the morning check-in.
    • Competitors are not permitted to alter the fit of the posing suit by hiking it up in the back or by pulling up the sides during Front and Rear Lat Spreads.


    POSING MUSIC


    • Posing music will be used at the Finals only with the exception of Mixed Pairs competitors who will use music at both the Prejudging and the Finals.
    • Posing music must be on a cassette tape or CD and must be the only music on the tape or CD.
    • Posing music must be on Side A and should be cued to the start of the music.
    • Posing music must not contain vulgar lyrics. Competitors using music containing vulgar lyrics will be disqualified.


    ONSTAGE


    • During the Prejudging male and female competitors are not permitted to wear any jewelry onstage other than a wedding band. Decorative pieces in the hair are not permitted.
    • During the Finals female competitors are permitted to wear earrings.
    • No glasses, props or gum are permitted onstage.
    • Any competitor doing the “Moon Pose” will be disqualified.
    • Lying on the floor is prohibited.
    • Bumping and shoving is prohibited. First and second persons involved will be disqualified.
    • Competitors numbers will be worn on the left side of the suit bottom.


    BACKSTAGE


    • The only people permitted in the backstage area are competitors, expediters and NPC officials.


    COMPETITORS HEALTH


    • Any competitor who appears to be disoriented, light-headed or experiences undue cramping will not be permitted to compete.
    • Any competitor disqualified for health reasons must be checked by the attending EMT and, if it is advised by the EMT, must go to the nearest hospital for evaluation.
    • Competitors who refuse to be evaluated by the EMT or at the hospital will be suspended from competition for a period of one year from the date of the occurrence.


    WEIGHT CLASSES

    Male Competitors (All contests that are pro qualifiers)

    • Bantamweight – up to 143 ¼ lb
    • Lightweight – Over 143 ¼ up to 154 ¼
    • Middleweight – Over 154 ¼ up to 176 ¼
    • Light-Heavyweight – Over 176 ¼ up to 198 ¼
    • Heavyweight – Over 198 ¼ up to 225 ¼
    • Super Heavyweight – Over 225 ¼

    Male Welterweight Class for USA and National Championships

    • Bantamweight: 143-1/4 lbs. & under
    • Lightweight: over 143-1/4 lbs. to & including 154-1/4 lbs
    • * Welterweight over 154-1/4 lbs. to & including 165-1/4 lbs
    • Middleweight: over 165-1/4 lbs. up to & including 176-1/4 lbs
    • Light-Heavyweight: over 176-1/4 lbs. up to & including 198-1/4 lbs
    • Heavyweight: over 198-1/4 lbs up to & including 225-1/4
    • Super Heavyweight: over 225-1/4

    *The Welterweight is optional at local, regional and national qualifying contests.
    Male Weight Classes

    2 Classes


    • Lightweight – up to and including 176-1/4
    • Heavyweight – Over 176-1/4

    3 Classes


    • Lightweight – up to and including 165-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 165-1/4 up to and including 187-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 187-1/4

    4 Classes


    • Lightweight – up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4

    5 Classes


    • Bantamweight – up to and including 143-1/4
    • Lightweight – over 143-1/4 up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-/14
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4

    6 Classes


    • Bantamweight – up to and including 143-1/4
    • Lightweight – over 143-1/4 up to and including 154-1/4
    • Middleweight – over 154-1/4 up to and including 176-1/4
    • Light-Heavyweight – over 176-1/4 up to and including 198-1/4
    • Heavyweight – over 198-1/4 up to and including 225-1/4
    • Super Heavyweight – over 225-1/4

    Note: At the Team Universe Championships there is no Super Heavyweight class but there is a Welterweight class that is over 154-1/4 up to and including 165-1/4 for a total of six (6) classes.
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    Can somebody clarify this for me.

    I took the overall in a national qualifier last month (feb 2014). To my understanding this qualified me for National Level shows this year (2014). The rules above say that I'm qualified for "one full calendar year after the year that the qualification took place in". The second part says we can't compete in a show other than the national shows until after that year is up.

    So am I qualified for national level shows for 2014 and 2015 and I can't compete in anything but national level shows until 2015 calendar year is over?

    I feel like I'm having a reading comprehension fail lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty gerdy View Post
    Can somebody clarify this for me.

    I took the overall in a national qualifier last month (feb 2014). To my understanding this qualified me for National Level shows this year (2014). The rules above say that I'm qualified for "one full calendar year after the year that the qualification took place in". The second part says we can't compete in a show other than the national shows until after that year is up.

    So am I qualified for national level shows for 2014 and 2015 and I can't compete in anything but national level shows until 2015 calendar year is over?

    I feel like I'm having a reading comprehension fail lol
    i think u can still compete in Nat Q, shows. i have competed in 2Nat Q, show back in '08 plus i did NATS in '08. yet it is best to do at least one Pro Q. show, like the USA's, NATS, MASTER'S NATS, OR NORTH AMERICAs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISTEROFJESUS View Post
    i think u can still compete in Nat Q, shows. i have competed in 2Nat Q, show back in '08 plus i did NATS in '08. yet it is best to do at least one Pro Q. show, like the USA's, NATS, MASTER'S NATS, OR NORTH AMERICAs.
    Thanks for the reply! I'm still a little confused as to what years I'm qualified for though. lol I'm thinking of taking the rest of the year off and doing the Pittsburgh and Jr. Nats 2015...but if my qualification stands next year then I would probably pass on pittsburgh and go strait to the jr nats to save money on travel expenses etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty gerdy View Post
    Thanks for the reply! I'm still a little confused as to what years I'm qualified for though. lol I'm thinking of taking the rest of the year off and doing the Pittsburgh and Jr. Nats 2015...but if my qualification stands next year then I would probably pass on pittsburgh and go strait to the jr nats to save money on travel expenses etc.
    it is not a problem. i think ur fine til the end of 2015, u may want to pm a mod to make sure of that tho, ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISTEROFJESUS View Post
    it is not a problem. i think ur fine til the end of 2015, u may want to pm a mod to make sure of that tho, ok
    Thanks so much for the help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty gerdy View Post
    Thanks so much for the help!
    again, my pleasure
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty gerdy View Post
    Thanks so much for the help!
    and just to also let u know, u call ur NPC chair, in ur state and ask more about that too. they would have all the info u need and then some
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2012 View Post
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    1. This qualifies the competitor for competition on the national level for a period of one (1) full calendar year after the year that the qualification took place


    I'm competing this weekend. Say I take 2nd in my class, and it's a national qualifier (which it is). I will then be qualified for one full year AFTER the year that the qualification took place. Confusing way of putting it, but that means I will be qualified for the remainder of 2014 ("the year that the qualification took place"), plus 1 full additional calendar year, or all of 2015 ("one full calendar year AFTER the year that the qualification took place"). They basically wrote this in borderline legal-ese, but that's what it means. Same as it's been the last few years. (Used to be TWO full calendar years after the year the qualification took place.)
    2. Only if a competitor’s one (1) year qualification has expired can an athlete enter a state or higher level national qualifying competition even if they have already won the overall title.

    Again, confusing wording. Means you can only do THE SAME SHOW after your one year qualification has expired. In other words: I'm doing the Baltimore Gladiator Classic this weekend. Let's say I take the overall. That means I can't do the Gladiator in 2015-- "ONLY IF a competitor's one year qualification has expired can an athlete enter a state or higher level qualifying competition EVEN IF THEY HAVE ALREADY WON THE OVERALL TITLE". A better way of wording it would be, "If an athlete wins the overall title at a national qualifying show, then they can only do that show again AFTER their 1-year qualification has expired". Basically, they don't want the same dude showing up year after year and winning the Maryland State. Every other year, fine. But not every year. This prevents a situation where there is a super-dominant bodybuilder from cherry-picking and winning the same show year after year after year.

    Stupid wording, but that's what the above literally means.

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    no glitter allowed on the posing suite? I'm out.
    Dosen't say they can't use steroids though!
    Should be some rules to force guys like Kai to town down the gayness.
    Noticed the whole tape or cd thing as well, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifepulse View Post
    1. This qualifies the competitor for competition on the national level for a period of one (1) full calendar year after the year that the qualification took place


    I'm competing this weekend. Say I take 2nd in my class, and it's a national qualifier (which it is). I will then be qualified for one full year AFTER the year that the qualification took place. Confusing way of putting it, but that means I will be qualified for the remainder of 2014 ("the year that the qualification took place"), plus 1 full additional calendar year, or all of 2015 ("one full calendar year AFTER the year that the qualification took place"). They basically wrote this in borderline legal-ese, but that's what it means. Same as it's been the last few years. (Used to be TWO full calendar years after the year the qualification took place.)
    2. Only if a competitor’s one (1) year qualification has expired can an athlete enter a state or higher level national qualifying competition even if they have already won the overall title.

    Again, confusing wording. Means you can only do THE SAME SHOW after your one year qualification has expired. In other words: I'm doing the Baltimore Gladiator Classic this weekend. Let's say I take the overall. That means I can't do the Gladiator in 2015-- "ONLY IF a competitor's one year qualification has expired can an athlete enter a state or higher level qualifying competition EVEN IF THEY HAVE ALREADY WON THE OVERALL TITLE". A better way of wording it would be, "If an athlete wins the overall title at a national qualifying show, then they can only do that show again AFTER their 1-year qualification has expired". Basically, they don't want the same dude showing up year after year and winning the Maryland State. Every other year, fine. But not every year. This prevents a situation where there is a super-dominant bodybuilder from cherry-picking and winning the same show year after year after year.

    Stupid wording, but that's what the above literally means.

    -lifepulse
    Well put and exactly what I was thinking. I was just confused as all hell reading it lol
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