While answering a fan’s question, Chris Bumstead once revealed something that can ruin bodybuilding careers. Bumstead spoke about tattoos. Bumstead, despite having his own tattoo, avoided this area. Bumstead is an athlete who focuses solely on the training of the body. How will bodybuilding affect tattoos? Bumstead was very serious, while discussing this fan’s question.
Chris Bumstead, a Canadian bodybuilder with IFBB Canada is Chris Bumstead. Bumstead, who lives in Ottawa (Ontario), is a well-known bodybuilding icon. Bumstead, the reigning Mr. Olympia Classic Physique champion, has a large fan base on every social media platform. Bumstead is known for staying in touch with his followers and answering any questions they have about bodybuilding.
Chris Bumstead doesn’t recommend it.
Chris Bumstead himself has a tattoo on his forearm, but he still doesn’t recommend doing a full-body tattoo. This might sound complicated, but Bumstead understands the reasons behind it.
“Personally no, because I strategically only put it on my forearm,” Bumstead Answered To answer the question “Do tattoos, poorly affect your bodybuilding career?” Only one tattoo is on his forearm, and no on his upper arms. He has decided to avoid getting tattoos on his upper arms for a reason.
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Bumstead explained. “But if you get tattoos covering your whole upper arm, your whole chest, your stomach, your back, legs, main body part,” Continued “It’s going to take away from seeing the definition on your body then absolutely they can definitely detriment your bodybuilding career.”
“Then obviously you’re not going to look symmetrical,” Bumstead . You can also hide your skin from any contest.
Bumstead concluded the discussion by saying: “So, I would avoid covering your whole body in tattoos until you’re done bodybuilding.”
Tattoos by other bodybuilders
Tattoos are more in demand than ever before. A lot of bodybuilders have them and aren’t too worried about them.
None of the world’s most famous bodybuilders, including Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler, and Phil Heath, have tattoos. All of them have won Mr. Olympia multiple times, and not just once.
Dorian Yates was also a six-time Mr. Olympia Winner, although he had it on his forearm. One Tattoo It is a cosmetic. It won’t help or enhance bodybuilding judging. It is still an athlete’s choice if they want a tattoo or not.
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