Bodybuilding.com Announces 2011 Military Challenge Powered by MusclePharm

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Bodybuilding.com, the Internet’s most-visited bodybuilding and fitness site and largest online retailer of nutritional supplements, and athlete-trusted supplement company, MusclePharm, have officially kicked off the 2nd annual 2011 Military Challenge. The competition is open for entries to all active and reserve United States military members and their spouses from July 15 – August 15, 2011.

2010 Bodybuilding.com Military Spokesmodels Soldier Sean Hardge & Airman Pamela Wilson

“We believe exercise, nutrition, and supplements are critical weapons in the fight for a healthy body. As a result, we proudly support and salute our soldiers with the Bodybuilding.com 2011 Military Challenge,” – Bodybuilding.com CEO, Ryan DeLuca

Bodybuilding.com, the Internet’s most-visited bodybuilding and fitness site and largest online retailer of nutritional supplements, and athlete-trusted supplement company, MusclePharm, have officially kicked off the 2nd annual 2011 Military Challenge. The competition is open for entries to all active and reserve United States military members and their spouses from July 15 – August 15, 2011.

Bodybuilding.com and MusclePharm are looking for the best of the best in the U.S. Military. Whether someone is already in great physical shape or wants to utilize this 12 week challenge to transform their body, the most important factor is showing that an individual physical fitness goal can be met while being a top motivator for others. Winners will be chosen by an internal judging panel that will look at the contestants’ ability to reach their Military Challenge goals and their ability to inspire others in the military with the aid of the world’s largest online social fitness community, BodySpace.

The grand prize male and female winners will receive the title of “Bodybuilding.com Military Spokesperson of the Year” and become a sponsored athlete of TEAM Bodybuilding.com. They will also receive $1,800 worth of supplements, a professional photo shoot, a Stayfit Package (including a MusclePharm Stack, gym gift bag, fat caliper, fat loss monitor with scale, shaker and gym towel), and be featured on Bodybuilding.com. The grand prize winners will be chosen from the first place male and female winners of each military branch (Airforce, Army, Marines, Navy and Coast Guard). Individual first place branch winners will receive $350 worth of supplements and a Bodybuilding.com gift bag (approximate value of $100).

2010 Bodybuilding.com Military Spokesmodels Soldier Sean Hardge and Airman Pamela Wilson not only graced multiple pages on Bodybuilding.com and made appearances at company events throughout the year, but they also received exposure in top industry magazines such as Muscle Mag, Iron Man, Muscular Development and Fitness X. Most importantly, they inspired thousands as the official representatives for the strongest force in the world – the United States Military.

“At Bodybuilding.com, we believe exercise, nutrition, and supplements are critical weapons in the fight for a healthy body. We also believe a battle-ready dose of motivation is essential to achieving the best physique possible. As a result, we proudly support and salute our soldiers with the Bodybuilding.com 2011 Military Challenge,” – Bodybuilding.com CEO, Ryan DeLuca.

For more on the 2011 Bodybuilding.com Military Spokesmodel Competition powered by MusclePharm, visit http://www.Bodybuilding.com/Military

Bodybuilding.com offers more than 13,000 health & fitness supplements and accessories to help more than 7.5 million people every month achieve their health, fitness and appearance goals, as well as over 35,000 pages of FREE information, including more than 20,000 articles and videos, expert online trainers, and new content added daily.

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