Our organization, as a promoter of events in our country at regional and national level, is governed by the rules of the  Pro Qualifier Ifbb Pro League.

Therefore, here we expose the norms of all our categories both male and female ( you can also check in English in this link of the official website of the IFBB Pro League )

Registry

All competitors must show up at the check-in where their registration will be confirmed. In addition they will be weighed and measured in what is called weighing.

Music

In case of using music on stage it will be delivered at check-in in CD or USB format. Always with the name of the athlete written to avoid confusion.

Access behind the scenes

The only authorized persons in the area behind the scenes are official and approved media.

The health of the competitor 

1. You can not compete in a competitor who appears to be disoriented or stunned, or to experience undue cramps.

2. Any competitor disqualified for health reasons must be reviewed by the medical service that attends it and, if necessary, should be directed to the nearest hospital for evaluation.

3. Competitors who refuse to be evaluated by the medical service or in the hospital will be suspended from competition for a period of one year from the date of the incident.

* Junior and Master will not be eligible for PRO CARD.

MEN’S BODYBUILDING

Men’s Bodybuilding Junior Open
Men’s Bodybuilding Up to & incl. 154 ¼ lbs / 70 kg
Men’s Bodybuilding Up to & incl. 165 ¼ lbs / 75 kg
Men’s Bodybuilding Up to & incl. 176 ¼ lbs / 80 kg
Men’s Bodybuilding Up to & incl. 198 ¼ lbs / 90 kg
Men’s Bodybuilding Up to & incl. 225 ¼ lbs / 102 kg
Men’s Bodybuilding Over 225 ¼ lbs / 102 kg

 

SWIMSUITS

  • The presentation swimsuit should be a standard swimsuit for men with a back coverage of at least ½. The costumes must meet the acceptable standard of taste and decency. Thongs are prohibited.
  • Swimsuits must be in one color only. Stripes, stripes, words or fluorescents are prohibited.
  • Competitors can not alter the fit of the swimsuit, neither by raising the sides nor in any other way for the different poses.

MUSIC

  • The presentation of the music must be delivered on a CD or USB device marked with the name of the athlete.
  • The music presented must be the only music on the CD or USB device.
  • The presentation of music must not contain vulgar lyrics. Competitors who use music containing vulgar lyrics will be disqualified.

ON THE STAGE

  • During the evaluation, competitors must not wear jewelry, except for a possible wedding band.
  • Glasses by prescription are allowed (never sunglasses).
  • The following is prohibited while on stage:
    • accessories
    • Bubble gum
    • “Half Moon Pose” (will cause disqualification)
    • Lie on the stage.
    • Shock and shoving (the first and second person involved will be disqualified)
  • The numbers of the competitors must be placed on the left side of the swimsuit during evaluation and the Finals.

FORMAT

EVALUATION

Presentation

  1. Each athlete goes to center stage individually, in numerical order and automatically performs the mandatory poses. No signal from the Chief Judge is required.
  2. Each competitor has a maximum of 60 seconds to perform the poses. A warning will be given when 10 seconds remain.
  3. Competitors are not required to use the full 60 seconds.
  4. The mandatory poses are:
    1. Double front biceps
    2. Front back expansion
    3. Profile chest box
    4. Double back biceps
    5. Back dorsal expansion
    6. Profile triceps
    7. Front abdominals and legs

Comparisons

  1. The Head Judge will call the competitors, in small groups and in numerical order, to the center of the stage to perform the quarter turns and mandatory poses.
  2. In the calls, the main judge addresses the specific competitors to perform the quarter-turn and mandatory poses. The judges have the opportunity to compare players with each other.

* The judges will evaluate according to the “total package”, which is a balance of size, symmetry and musculature.

FINALS

Routine

  1. The athletes will be called to the stage individually, in numerical order, to perform a music presentation routine at the competitor’s choice.
  2. The duration of the presentation routine is a maximum of 60 seconds.
  3. Depending on the number of competitors, the promoter and the Chief Judge may decide that only the best finalists perform their posing routine.

Confirmation   (if necessary *)

Competitors are called to the stage and, under the direction of the head judge, are compared in groups while performing the mandatory poses.

* The jury, at its own discretion, reserves the right to re-judge in a Confirmation Round.

Posedown   (Overall title only)

The TOP finalists will take part in the stage for 60 seconds.

PUNCTUATION

The jury qualifies 100%.

The ties are broken with the Relative Location method.

WOMEN’S BODYBUILDING

Lessons

Lightweight up to and including 125 lbs (57 kg)
Middleweight over 125 lbs (57 kg) up to and including 140 lbs (64 kg)
Heavyweight over 140 lbs (64 kg)

Attire

1. Posing suit bottoms must be V-shaped with at least ½ rear coverage. Suits must meet acceptable standards of taste and decency. Thongs are prohibited.

2. Posing suits may include a printed design with fringes, lace, sparkle or fluorescents.

3. Competitors must not 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.

Music

1. Posing music must be on a CD or USB stick.

2. Posing music must be the only music on the CD or USB stick.

3. Posing music must not contain vulgar lyrics. Competitors using music containing vulgar lyrics will be disqualified.

On the stage

1. During the Judging, competitors shall not wear jewelry except for a wedding band. During the Finals, earrings and other jewelry may be worn.

2. During the Judging, the hair must be worn up, off the shoulders and back. Decorative pieces in the hair are prohibited. During the Finals, the hair may be worn down and the decorative pieces in the hair are permitted.

3. Prescription eyewear (except sunglasses) is permitted.

4. The following is prohibited while onstage:

to. Props

b. Chewing gum

c. “Moon Pose” (any competitor performing this pose will be disqualified)

d. Lying on the stage.

and. Bumping and shoving (the first and second person involved will be disqualified)

5. Competitor numbers must be worn on the left side of the suit suit bottom during the Judging and Finals.

Format

Judging

Presentation

1. Each competitor proceeds to center-stage individually in numerical order and automatically performs the mandatory poses. No signal from the Head Judge is required.

2. Each competitor has a maximum of 60 seconds to perform the poses. A warning will be given when 10 seconds remain.

3. Competitors are not required to use the full 60 seconds.

4. The mandatory poses are:

to. Front Double Biceps

b. Front Lat Spread

c. Side Chest

d. Back Double Biceps

and. Back Lat Spread

F. Side Triceps

g. Abdominals and Thighs

Comparisons

1. The Head Judge will call the competitors, in small groups and in numerical order, to center stage to perform the quarter turns and mandatory poses.

2. In the call-outs, the Head Judge will direct specific competitors to perform the quarter turns and mandatory poses. Judges will have the opportunity to compare competitors against each other.

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

FINALS

Routine

1. Competitors are called onstage individually in numerical order to perform to posing routine to music of the competitor’s choice.

2. The length of the posing routine is a maximum of 60 seconds.

3. Depending on the number of competitors, the promoter and Head Judge may decide that only the top finalists shall perform their posing routine.

Confirmation  (only if necessary *)

Competitors are called onstage and, under the direction of the Head Judge, are compared in groups while performing the mandatory poses.

* The judging panel, at its sole discretion, reserve the right to re-judge using a Confirmation round.

Posedown  (overall title only)

The top finalists take part in a 60-second posedown.

6.  SCORING

1. The Judging is scored 100%.

2. Ties are broken using the Relative Placement method.

LESSONS

Class A Up to and including 5 ‘2 “(157 cm)
Class B Over 5 ‘2 “and up to and including 5’ 4 ½” (164 cm)
Class C Over 5 ‘4 ½ “(164 cm)

Attire

  • Athletes can compete as they consider appropriate for their fitness routines considering that:

– Fitness attire must meet an acceptable standard of good taste and decency.
– Thongs are prohibited.

  • Sports shoes can be used at the discretion of each athlete.

Music

  • The musical routine must be delivered on a CD or USB marked with athlete’s name.
  • The musical routine should not contain vulgar lyrics. If the music contains vulgar language it will cause the disqualification of the athlete.

On the stage

  • Glasses by medical prescription are allowed. Sunglasses are allowed only if they are an accessory of the fitness routine.
  • The competition number must be carried on the left side of the routine attire.
  • Accessories are allowed as long as they comply with:
    • Size and weight that allow the athlete to transport him without assistance on and off the stage.
    • They should not leave residues on the stage that cause a safety risk or that require cleanliness of the stage.
    • If they are not used during the routine, the athlete must remove him from the stage at the end of his routine, without assistance.
  • Athletes are prohibited from using products such as oils, creams or lotions that can leave slippery residue on the stage.

Format

Judging

Routine

  • The athletes will be called to the stage one by one in numerical order to perform an exercise routine with the music that each competitor chooses.
  • The duration of the routine is maximum 2 minutes.
  • As part of the routine, each athlete must perform the following 4 movements:
    • Push up of any kind
    • High kick
    • Suspension exercise: Straddle hold, straddle grip.
    • Side split

Score

The fitness routine is 100% qualified according to these criteria:

  • Force. The number and types of force movements. The degree of difficulty of those movements. The ease and correction with which those movements are made.
  • Flexibility. The number and type of flexibility movements. The degree of difficulty of them. The ease and correction with which those movements are made.
  • Cardiovascular. The time of the routine.
  • Overall package. General evaluation including (but not limited to) creativity, presence on stage, outfit, hair and makeup.

WOMEN’S BIKINI

LESSONS

Women’s Bikini Junior Open
Women’s Bikini – Class B Up to and including 5’2 “/ 157 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class C Over 5’2 “/ 157 cm, up to and incl. 5’3 “/ 160 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class D Over 5’3 “/ 160 cm, up to and incl. 5’4 “/ 163 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class E Over 5’4 “/ 163 cm, up to and incl. 5’5 “/ 165 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class F Over 5’5 “/ 165 cm, up to and incl. 5’6 “/ 168 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class G Over 5’6 “/ 168 cm, up to and incl. 5’7 “/ 170 cm
Women’s Bikini – Class H Over 5’7 “/ 170 cm
Women’s Bikini over 35 years Up to and incl. 5’4 “/ 163 cm
Women’s Bikini over 35 years Over 5’4 “/ 163 cm

Attire

The athletes will compete in a two-piece swimsuit. The bottom of the suit must have a v-shape. Thongs are not allowed.
Swimsuits must be in good taste. Athletes could be warned of improper swimwear so it is advisable to bring two swimsuits upon check-in.
If the front part of the swimsuit is too low, it must be climbed.
Athletes should keep in mind that they can lower their score if the swimsuit does not meet the standards.
Competitors must wear high heels. They can use jewelry.

On the stage
Competitors will walk alone on stage and perform the “Model walk” of their choice.
The “Model walk” will include: Walk to the center of the stage, stop and pose in front. After full turn and pose on your back. Then a new turn to face the judges. Finally, walk to the side of the stage.
Lustful movements are not allowed.
The duration of the “Model walk” is 30 seconds.

Comparisons

The judge will call the athletes, in small groups and in numerical order to the center of the stage. They will pose front and back.

The judges will have the opportunity to compare athletes with each other in turns.

Score

The judges will evaluate the athletes according to these criteria:
Balance and form. Physical appearance as a whole including complexion, skin tone, pose and general presentation.

* If necessary, and at their own discretion, the judges reserve the right to re-judge competitors using the confirmation round.

 

WOMEN’S PHYSIQUE

LESSONS

Class A Up to and including 5 ‘4 “(163 cm)
Class B Over 5 ‘4 “and up to and including 5’ 6” (168 cm)
Class C Over 5 ‘6 “(168 cm)

Attire

The athletes will compete in a 2-piece swimsuit. The bottom of the suit will have a V shape.

Thongs are not allowed.

Competitors can wear a 2 piece construction suit. All swimwear must be in good taste.

Women’s Figure does not have a routine round.

Athletes should wear high heels.

Athletes can wear jewelry.

Glasses by medical prescription are allowed. Sunglasses are never allowed.

On the stage

The athletes will walk to the center of the stage alone and perform a quarter (1/4) of a turn, facing the judges and then they will go to the side of the stage.

Comparisons

Athletes will be valued using a 2-piece swimsuit and high heels.

The competitors will be taken as a group to the stage and asked to make a quarter turn.

The judges will have the opportunity to compare the athletes with one another asking them to change their position.

Score

The Women’s Figure score will be based 100% on the criteria:

Small degree of muscle building with separation, without visible streaks.

General muscular tone with marked lines, general firmness and not too thin.

Complete general evaluation.

Healthy general appearance

Skin tone and makeup.

* If deemed necessary, judges at their discretion reserve the right to re-judge using a round of Confirmation.

 

MEN’S PHYSIQUE

CLASSES

Men’s Physique Junior Open
Men’s Physique Up to and including 5 ‘7 “/ 170 cm
Men’s Physique Over 5’7 “/ 170cm, up to incl. 5’8 “/ 173cm
Men’s Physique Over 5’8 “/ 173cm, up to incl. 5’9 “/ 176cm
Men’s Physique Over 5’9 “/ 176cm, up to incl. 5’11 “/ 180cm
Men’s Physique Over 5’11 “/ 180cm, up to incl. 6’0 “/ 183cm
Men’s Physique Over 5’7 “/ 183 cm

 

2.  ATTIRE

1. Competitors compete in Board Shorts.

2. The shorts must be on the knee in length and can be 1 “below the belly button.

3. Spandix is ​​not permitted.

4. Logos are not permitted except that a manufacturer’s logo (ie Nike, Billabong) is acceptable.

5. Competitors complete shirtless and barefoot.

3.  ONSTAGE

1. Prescription eyewear (except sunglasses) is permitted.

2. Competitor numbers must be worn on the left side of the shorts at all times while onstage.

3. The “Moon Pose” is prohibited.

4. Gymnastic moves are prohibited.

4.  FORMAT

JUDGING

Presentation

1. Each competitor, in numerical order, walks onstage and performs front and back turns, finishing facing the judges. Length of time allowed is 30 seconds.

2. Depending on the number of competitors in the class, each competitor may be directed to:

to. exit the stage until the entire class has performed the front and back turns at which time the entire class is called back onstage; or

b. line up along diagonal lines on the sides of the stage.

Comparisons

1. The Head Judge will call the competitors, in small groups and in numerical order, to center stage to perform the front and back turns.

2. In the call-outs, the Head Judge will direct specific competitors to perform the front and back turns. Judges will have the opportunity to compare competitors against each other in the front and back turns.

5.  SCORING

The Presentation and Comparisons are scored 100%.

Muscularity and Body Condition

Judges will be looking for fit competitors who will display proper shape and symmetry combined with muscularity and overall condition. This is not a bodybuilding contest so extreme muscularity should be marked down.

Stage Presence and Personality

Judges are looking for the competitor with the best stage presence and poise who can successfully convey their personality to the audience.

* If necessary, the judging panel, at its sole discretion, reserve the right to re-judge at the Finals using a Confirmation round.