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2011/03/12 15:31:09 (permalink)

fed differences

hey all, i have had a read around and found threads on what fed people prefer, but i cant find the differences in them, i have looked on the ukbff site but couldnt find it and search on here.
 
any one help me out? im only starting out and have only been seriously training and bodybuilding a year or so but would like to compete one day,  spoke to a guy in the gym and he says because im 5'10-5'11 nabba would suit me better.
 
he could be chatting rubbish but wondered why he would say this, and also if there is a one that suits certain heights sizes more than other
 
thanks guys and sorry if its been done , just cant find it
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    Re:fed differences 2011/03/12 16:39:48 (permalink)
    ok found the differences in catagories, ie height and weight so.. does one suit taller/shorter people more etc
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    Re:fed differences 2011/03/14 10:50:29 (permalink)
    I can't imagine why height would affect what fed you compete in...

    NABBA have height classes so I guess that's an advantage as you KNOW you'll be competing against others roughly the same height but women's bodies have such different shapes even height classes can't seperate this...
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