Classic Physique attire has undergone a overhaul.
Well it looks as if the Classic Physique division will be getting a bit a makeover as the NPC recently revealed their new posing trunks design.
While many competitors wore different types of posing trunks, many of them resembling compression shorts, the NPC has made a redesign of the trunks in order to capture the essence of old school bodybuilding.
The new design was revealed on social media recently and some individuals enjoy the new aesthetics while others are a bit on the fence.
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NATIONAL PHYSIQUE COMMITTEE & IFBB PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE MEN’S CLASSIC PHYSIQUE ANNOUNCEMENT Pittsburgh, PA December 19, 2018 Since the inception of the Men’s Classic Physique division two years ago, the standard to wear was the Black Classic Physique Shorts. Over time we’ve heard you, the competitors, with suggestions and have previously followed through by both adding another height division from three to four and increasing the allowable weights for your height in both the NPC and IFBB Professional League. Probably the suggestion we’ve heard the most though is competitors wanting to compete in more traditional posing trunks that don’t cover the top of the thighs and hamstrings. Well you wanted “Classic” and now you are going to get “Classic”! Starting January 1, 2019, ALL Men’s Classic Physique competitors, both IFBB Pro and NPC, will be competing in Classic Physique Posing Trunks! Competitors are required to wear the same type of cut and all Classic Physique Posing Trunks that are worn in competition must be black and no less than 4-1/2 Inches on the sides/hips. See the photo examples. You can purchase your Classic Physique Posing Trunks now at www.npcwear.com @npcnewsonlineofficialpage @ifbb_pro_league @npcnewstv @frank_sepe @aroundthenpc_jm @jmmanion @npc_activewear #npcnewsonline #nationalphysiquecommittee #ifbbproleague #classicphysique #npcclassicphysique #ifbbclassicphysique #ifbbpro
What’s your opinion on this new design overhaul? Does it work better for the Classic Physique division?
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