It will be a battle of buff bodies at Extreme Bodies, a bodybuilding and fitness competition that is taking place at the Rand Show on Saturday 31 March 2018.
Extreme Bodies has been running for approximately four years. It took a break from fitness events in 2016 and 2017, but there was such a huge call for it to return that the Rand Show is bringing it back this year.
Physical Culture Association (PCA) South Africa manages the event, and will feature five unique competing divisions at the upcoming event: Ladies’ Toned Bikini, Ladies’ Trained Bikini, Men’s Physique and two Men’s Bodybuilding categories (under 75 kg and over 75 kg).
Not only is this an exciting platform for athletes to compete on, but there is huge prize money up for grabs to the value of R50 000.00, along with perfume and watch hampers.
“We decided to spice things up a bit and add in a little extra incentive for the athletes, so we will also be holding selections for the entrants to compete in the UK’s biggest health and fitness event, called PCA Body power,” says Kevin Schwartz, president of PCA SA. “Athletes that are selected will be up against the world’s best. There are currently only two events in South Africa that hold selections for this event, so it is very special.”
Extreme Bodies is a great attraction for attendees to the Rand Show. “Bikini girls, ripped athletic ladies, our men’s physique models and our full-blown bodybuilders means there’s fun and entertainment for the whole family,” says Schwartz. Schwartz adds, “PCA SA and the Rand Show have created a fantastic formula that will surely attract newcomers and some of our regular athletes too. This show is going to be a blast.”