King’s World: Current Points System Forces Bodybuilders To Compete Too Much | Bob Cicherillo Interview (Part 2)

KING’S WORLD – is a digital series starring King Kamali providing the honest truth on all things bodybuilding. Combining King Kamali’s patented blunt opinions with some tried and true informative facts, King’s World aims to expand your mind outside of the usual “rules” behind bodybuilding. Honest opinions, valuable facts, and a whole new way to look at bodybuilding. New episodes air every Tuesday.

Last week, King Kamali brought on Bob Cicherillo for an extensive interview on all things bodybuilding past, present, and future. The interview was so extensive in fact, that it needed to be broken up into three parts. This week’s King’s World is part 2 of that interview – with Cicherillo going in depth about the current Olympia qualification points system.

As it stands now – Bodybuilders are given points for placing high on major bodybuilding competitions throughout the year. The top scoring bodybuilders by the end of the year are qualified for Mr. Olympia. But as Cicherillo sees it – this just forces the competitors to compete in more competitions than necessary – since there is no threshold that automatically guarantees an Olympia placing. If one bodybuilder decides to compete more and earn more points – then it forces the whole pack to also compete more to hold onto their qualifying spot.

This is all going to change soon – and Bob Cicherillo has a big part in those changes. King Kamali talks with Cicherillo in detail about why this system is broken and what is going to be changing to make it better for both athletes and the fans. Check it out in this week’s episode of King’s World!

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