Many aspiring fitness athletes irrationally fear that this journey is something one has to undertake all by oneself. And despite possessing all the enthusiasm in the world, you may have doubts as to whether you’re capable of following through with the commitment all by yourself. This rationalizing can go on and on, but we’re here to guide you with a clear understanding that you’re not alone in this endeavor – and if others can do it, absolutely you can too! Let’s put the commitment decision into proper perspective.
Ultimate Fitness Events (UFE) is ready to be your inspiration and your platform to make 2019 your best year yet. With a myriad of events spanning the globe, offering different levels of competition in several categories, there’s sure to be an event with your name on it.
Like all fitness enthusiasts, you’re likely to arrive at a point where you ask yourself, “Why should I compete?” There is not one single answer, but rather a multitude of valid answers to that question. In this blog instalment, we’ll take a look at 10 exhilarating reasons why you should stop merely considering entering, and take the first step to register with UFE today. Whether you’re a Novice or Open competitor, you’re bound to find a competition calling your name in the categories of Bodybuilding, Fitness Model, Physique, Figure, Bikini or Glamour. As the saying goes, there’s no time like the present, for the present is now.
It was billed as everything from “The Money Fight” to the “Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History.” In reality, it was one of the world’s greatest professional boxers against an amateur level boxer. In that context, it wasn’t really a fight at all and the Las Vegas odds makers predicted just that. The Telegraph predicted that McGregor would walk away with at least $75 million USD, while Mayweather would walk away with over $200 million. Incredible to imagine that an amateur level boxer would make more money than 20 UFC Championship fights combined! Interestingly, McGregor made more money than even Mike Tyson’s biggest payout even when adjusted for inflation.