In February, The Daily Telegraph reported that the bodybuilding and fitness industry was “in meltdown” and the health risks of this “vast industry” were being “overstated”.
Now, the British Journal of Sports Medicine has published a damning study that finds that some of the equipment we buy is “a toxic cocktail of chemicals”.
The report found that some manufacturers are selling “vulgarised” versions of equipment, and even the brand names are “often misleading” because the manufacturer uses misleading or inaccurate terms.
One of the biggest problems is the amount of bodybuilding equipment sold.
“Most bodybuilding-type equipment is marketed in a variety of ways, from ‘bodybuilding’ to ‘bodyweight’, and it’s difficult to know exactly what’s being sold,” the study said.
The study found that more than half of the top brands sold in Britain were “generally considered to be highly inaccurate” and could “causing significant health risks”.
According to the British Association of Bodybuilding and Fitness Professionals, more than 60% of the people who have used any of the UK’s top-selling bodybuilding products in the last five years have had side effects including breathing problems, headaches and muscle pain.
The British Bodybuilding Association said that the industry was facing a crisis and called for more research into the safety of its products.
“The findings of this investigation should serve as a wake-up call for the bodybuilder and the general public alike that there is a very real risk that the products they purchase today may pose health risks,” said Chris Cottrell, chief executive of the BAEFPA.
He added that companies were failing to adequately understand the risks they are creating for themselves and the public.
The BAEHPA is calling for better research on the effects of the bodybuilders equipment they buy.
It said it was “extremely concerned” by the study and that a “robust body of scientific research is urgently needed”.
“We are calling for the industry to develop a comprehensive safety framework that includes research into any potential risks associated with the use of these products, as well as a comprehensive review of the evidence,” said Mr Cottell.
“It is also vital that companies provide clear and transparent information about the safety issues associated with their products and any additional information they would like to share.”
What you need to know about the body weight scale The body weight scales have been used for thousands of years, and they are widely used for bodybuilding competitions.
They were designed to measure body weight, and the scales are attached to the bottom of the kettlebell, which means they can be used to measure both weight and height.
Body weight scales The body weights are based on measurements of a person’s weight and a scale attached to that person’s waist.
It is this measurement that is used to calculate the person’s body mass index (BMI).
The BMI is the ratio between your height and your weight.
It tells us how tall someone is.
BMI is a standard measure of health and weight in children, adults and older people.
In the UK, people can be classified into five categories based on BMI.
The upper end of the scale is for people in their early 20s, and there is no lower end category.
The lower end of this scale is used by people over 60.
The BMI of the average person is 30.
For people over 45, the BMI is around 25.
This is considered to represent a healthy body mass.
BMI levels are determined by taking a person in a healthy weight category and dividing by their height.
For example, if a person is 5ft 6in tall, they would be classified as underweight.
Body fat The body fat refers to fat cells, which are fat cells that are hidden underneath fat tissue.
Body size can also affect how much fat your body stores.
The amount of fat cells on a person can vary depending on their age and sex.
In adults, body fat is usually a lot smaller, and is usually found on the upper arm or thigh.
It has no impact on how tall you are.
Weight management It is important to keep track of how your body weight affects your fitness.
Body mass index is also known as body mass and waist circumference.
It measures the circumference of your waist in relation to your height.
This measure of body fat gives us an idea of how lean or fat you are and how much weight you need for your ideal body weight.
Body composition Body composition is the composition of your body.
It includes your weight, height and age.
Body image In addition to measuring your body fat, the Body Composition Measurement (BCM) can also help you with self-esteem and body image.
The BCM measures the thickness of your skin, and shows how your skin is lined.
Body shape and size Body shape is a person and its size.
Body type is determined by how fat your skin or muscle is, and how large or small your body is.
Body shapes are also influenced by body shape and