Rules and Regulations

Male Fitness Model

Required Suit : Swimwear

Judging Criteria

The judges will be looking for pose and coordination, skin tone, artistic presentation and high display of elegance, personality and glamour.

In all rounds, competitors should maintain direct, but relaxed posture.
Do not flex or try to emphasize muscle size. (This is not a bodybuilding division.)

The judging will be conducted in two equal rounds.
Each competitor in the class will be given a point score with an overall tabulation of points between all rounds.

Swimsuit Round
Competitors will present themselves on stage in serial order in a straight line facing the judges: assuming a semi-relaxed stance with ankles touching.

male fitness model, dress code to participate in naresh surya classic

The head judge will instruct the group to execute a series of quarter turns to the right allowing the judges to view them from the front, left side, back and right  side before returning to the front position. 

The judging is based on overall symmetry and muscle definition. Competitors should have a good to excellent muscle tone and appear to have reasonable levels of body fat. The judges are not looking for muscle mass “ripped to the bone”, extreme striations or vascularity of a bodybuilder.

No jewelry,gloves,hats,etc. are permitted.
The judges objectives are: the competitors should have good to excellent muscle tone with reasonable levels of body fat; the physique should appear evenly developed with a high degree of attention to symmetry, proportion and overall appearance including completion, poise and overall presentation. 

The lean muscularity of the upper and lower extremities should flow aesthetically when viewed from all creating a balanced sculpted appearance.

Fitness Routine
Competitors will present a fitness routine in active wear for a maximum of 90 seconds. They will emphasize strength, flexibility and endurance. The routines are meant to give the judges some idea of the competitor’s physical condition and abilities. 

It also gives the competitor the opportunity to express their creativity, personality and interests. Competitors are encouraged to include a talent or interest they may have such as dance, martial arts, jumping rope, baton, gymnastics, aerobics, etc Props may be used. Please note competitors are not expected to be gymnast.

Although, routines are to be high energy which includes movements demonstrating strength, flexibility and endurance, gymnastic tumbling and/ or acrobatics is not required, and judges will not penalize competitors that do not display gymnastic ability.

Judging objectives are: high level execution of movements, including full extensions. Execution of movements should appear effortless; adequate use of props of audience awareness. (This also includes audience participation and stage presence; projection of personality and creativity.

 

Men’s Bodybuilding

Required Suit : Bodybuilding Male Posing Trunks

Judging Criteria
Consists of One Round in a group comparison presentation.

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence.

Round 1– Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, an relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or median plan or center of axis.

Competitors will be instructed by the Head Judge to stand erect with their feet together, and arms down to their sides of their torso, shoulders and head facing directly front.

naresh surya classic, all bodybuilders should wear mandatory posing trunks

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command as they are judged on overall balance, shape of their physique. Their structure should be overall aesthetically pleasing from all four sides viewed.

Round 2 – Muscularity, Definition & Separation: Competitors will perform a number of mandatory poses on command of the Head Judge. The competitors will be judged on overall muscularity and size, muscle shape and fullness, and muscle density.

Definition is judged on the competitor’s distinct muscular detail level that separates the different muscle groups of their physique while attaining the mass and fullness of their muscle groups. A very conditioned and very stringy runners look is NOT acceptable in this division.

Mandatory Poses

  • Front Double Biceps
  • Front Lat Spread
  • Abdominal and Quadriceps
  • Side Chest
  • Side Triceps
  • Back Double Biceps
  • Back Lat Spread

Individual Posing Routine

Each competitor will be allowed a maximum of 60 seconds (some events will have a time restraint of 30 seconds) to display their physique, physical conditioning, and the competitors overall presentation through their posing routine. Competitor to provide posing routine music at registration.USB (Universal Serial Bus) your music must be labeled and easy to find. No cell phones.

Men’s Physique

Required Suit : Board Shorts (No Elastic Waist Band)

Judging Criteria
Consists of two rounds in a group comparison presentation.

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence. Men’s Physique has less Muscular Mass than Men’s Bodybuilding.

Round 1– Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or center of axis.

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command while in their “Physique Stage Stance” The lower torso is exempt from being judged.

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips
all mens physique competitiors should wear mandatory posing trunks, nares surya classic

Round 2– Muscularity, Definition & Separation: Competitors will perform a number of mandatory poses on command of the Head Judge. (Not Allowed: Front Lat Spread, Crab Most Muscular) The competitors will be judged on overall muscularity and size, muscle shape and fullness, and muscle density.

Definition is judged on the competitor’s distinct muscular detail level that separates the different muscle groups of their physique while attaining the mass and fullness of their muscle groups. A very conditioned and very stringy runners look is NOT acceptable in this division.

Mandatory Poses

  • facing judges  
  • quarter turn right
  • quarter turn back 
  • quarter turn right  
  • quarter turn front
  • Favorite Physique Pose (optional)

* NOT ALLOWED: Front Lat Spread, Crab (The Hulk) Most Muscular*

Individual Posing

Perform a T-Walk OR I-Walk

T- Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker
  • Walk to the left stage marker
  • Walk to the right stage marker
  • Walk back to the center stage marker, display back pose

I-Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker, display front and back pose

*The Back Pose is the last pose performed during T-Walk OR I-Walk*

Not following the markers on stage and the steps listed above may result in deduction of points. (The markers on stage represent the best lighting for judges and photographers)

Men’s Classic Bodybuilding

Required Suit : Classic Physique Posing Trunks

Judging Criteria
Consists of Two Rounds: Group comparison and posing routine.

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence.

Round 1- Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or median plan or center of axis.

Competitors will be instructed by the Head Judge to stand erect with their feet together, and arms down to their sides of their torso, shoulders and head facing directly front.

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command as they are judged on overall balance, shape of their physique. Their structure should be overall aesthetically pleasing from all four sides viewed

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips

Round 1- Muscularity, Definition & Separation: Competitors will perform a number of mandatory poses and “Classic Physique” poses on command of the Head Judge. The competitors will be judged on overall muscularity and size, muscle shape and fullness, and muscle density.

Definition is judged on the competitor’s distinct muscular detail level that separates the different muscle groups of their physique while attaining the mass and fullness of their muscle groups. A very conditioned and very stringy runners look is NOT acceptable in this division

Mandatory Poses

  • front double biceps  
  • side chest
  • back double biceps
  • abdominals & thighs
  • favourite classic pose
Individual Posing Routine (Round 2)
Each competitor will be allowed a maximum of 60 seconds (some events will have a max of 30 seconds) Creativity and “Classic Physique” Pose(s) must be portrayed in posing routine along with presentation of physique and physical conditioning in the overall routine. Competitor to provide posing routine music at registration in a USB (Universal Serial Bus) your music must be labeled and easy to find. No cell phones.

Women’s Figure

Required Suit : Two Piece Decorative Suit
(High Heels and Jewelry)

Judging Criteria
Consists of One Round

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence. Women’s Figure competitors exhibit a V-Taper from the shoulders to the hips and thighs, as well as display a shapely and symmetrical figure with less Muscular Mass than Women’s Physique.

Round 1– Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or center of axis.

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command while in their “Figure Stage Stance”

womens figure competitiors dress code, naresh surya classic

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips

Individual Posing
Perform a T-Walk OR I-Walk

T- Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker
  • Walk to the left stage marker
  • Walk to the right stage marker
  • Walk back to the center stage marker, display back pose

I-Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker, display front and back pose

*The Back Pose is the last pose performed during T-Walk OR I-Walk*

Not following the markers on stage and the steps listed above may result in deduction of points. (The markers on stage represent the best lighting for judges and photographers)

Male muscle Model

Required Suit : Swimwear

Judging Criteria
The judges will be looking for pose and coordination, skin tone, artistic presentation and high display of elegance, personality and glamour.

In all rounds, competitors should maintain direct, but relaxed posture.
Do not flex or try to emphasize muscle size. (This is not a bodybuilding division.)

The judging will be conducted in two equal rounds.
Each competitor in the class will be given a point score with an overall tabulation of points between all rounds.

Swimsuit Round
Competitors will present themselves on stage in serial order in a straight line facing the judges: assuming a semi-relaxed stance with ankles touching. 

The head judge will instruct the group to execute a series of quarter turns to the right allowing the judges to view them from the front, left side, back and right side before returning to the front position. 

The judging is based on overall symmetry and muscle definition. Competitors should have a good to excellent muscle tone and appear to have reasonable levels of body fat. The judges are not looking for muscle mass “ripped to the bone”, extreme striations or vascularity of a bodybuilder.

No jewelry,gloves,hats,etc. are permitted.
The judges objectives are: the competitors should have good to excellent muscle tone with reasonable levels of body fat; the physique should appear evenly developed with a high degree of attention to symmetry, proportion and overall appearance including completion, poise and overall presentation. 

The lean muscularity of the upper and lower extremities should flow aesthetically when viewed from all creating a balanced sculpted appearance.

Fitness Routine
Competitors will present a fitness routine in active wear for a maximum of 90 seconds. They will emphasize strength, flexibility and endurance. The routines are meant to give the judges some idea of the competitor’s physical condition and abilities. It also gives the competitor the opportunity to express their creativity, personality and interests. 

Competitors are encouraged to include a talent or interest they may have such as dance, martial arts, jumping rope, baton, gymnastics, aerobics, etc Props may be used. Please note competitors are not expected to be gymnast.

Although, routines are to be high energy which includes movements demonstrating strength, flexibility and endurance, gymnastic tumbling and/ or acrobatics is not required, and judges will not penalize competitors that do not display gymnastic ability.

Judging objectives are: high level execution of movements, including full extensions. Execution of movements should appear effortless; adequate use of props of audience awareness. (This also includes audience participation and stage presence; projection of personality and creativity.

Junior Men's Bodybuilding - Below 23 years Only

Required Suit : Bodybuilding Male Posing Trunks

Judging Criteria
Consists of One Round in a group comparison presentation.

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence.

Round 1– Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, an relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or median plan or center of axis.

Competitors will be instructed by the Head Judge to stand erect with their feet together, and arms down to their sides of their torso, shoulders and head facing directly front.

naresh surya classic, all bodybuilders should wear mandatory posing trunks

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command as they are judged on overall balance, shape of their physique. Their structure should be overall aesthetically pleasing from all four sides viewed.

Round 2 – Muscularity, Definition & Separation: Competitors will perform a number of mandatory poses on command of the Head Judge. The competitors will be judged on overall muscularity and size, muscle shape and fullness, and muscle density.

Definition is judged on the competitor’s distinct muscular detail level that separates the different muscle groups of their physique while attaining the mass and fullness of their muscle groups. A very conditioned and very stringy runners look is NOT acceptable in this division.

Mandatory Poses

  • Front Double Biceps
  • Front Lat Spread
  • Abdominal and Quadriceps
  • Side Chest
  • Side Triceps
  • Back Double Biceps
  • Back Lat Spread

Individual Posing Routine

Each competitor will be allowed a maximum of 60 seconds (some events will have a time restraint of 30 seconds) to display their physique, physical conditioning, and the competitors overall presentation through their posing routine. Competitor to provide posing routine music at registration.USB (Universal Serial Bus) your music must be labeled and easy to find. No cell phones.

Junior Men’s Physique - Below 23 years Only

Required Suit : Board Shorts (No Elastic Waist Band)

Judging Criteria
Consists of two rounds in a group comparison presentation.

Judging Criteria is based on symmetry, muscularity, definition, (conditioning) and stage presence. Men’s Physique has less Muscular Mass than Men’s Bodybuilding.

Round 1– Symmetry of Proportion: Definition: Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or center of axis.

Competitors will make quarter turns to the right on command while in their “Physique Stage Stance” The lower torso is exempt from being judged.

Symmetry is defined as the proportional balance of opposite body parts such as:

  • Shoulder caps to the arms and to the calfs
  • Barrel of the chest to the quadriceps together
  • Upper torso tapering down to the waist and hips
all mens physique competitiors should wear mandatory posing trunks, nares surya classic

Round 2– Muscularity, Definition & Separation: Competitors will perform a number of mandatory poses on command of the Head Judge. (Not Allowed: Front Lat Spread, Crab Most Muscular) The competitors will be judged on overall muscularity and size, muscle shape and fullness, and muscle density.

Definition is judged on the competitor’s distinct muscular detail level that separates the different muscle groups of their physique while attaining the mass and fullness of their muscle groups. A very conditioned and very stringy runners look is NOT acceptable in this division.

Mandatory Poses

  • facing judges  
  • quarter turn right
  • quarter turn back 
  • quarter turn right  
  • quarter turn front
  • Favorite Physique Pose (optional)

* NOT ALLOWED: Front Lat Spread, Crab (The Hulk) Most Muscular*

Individual Posing

Perform a T-Walk OR I-Walk

T- Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker
  • Walk to the left stage marker
  • Walk to the right stage marker
  • Walk back to the center stage marker, display back pose

I-Walk:

  • Start from the back center stage marker
  • Walk to the front center stage marker, display front and back pose

*The Back Pose is the last pose performed during T-Walk OR I-Walk*

Not following the markers on stage and the steps listed above may result in deduction of points. (The markers on stage represent the best lighting for judges and photographers)

NOTE : If there are less than 5 athletes in any category the management has right to cancel the category & the participant will be provided with two options 1. To get the full amount Refund or 2. the participant can upgrade for the next category at no extra cost.