Once you successfully incorporate these elements in your routine, you’ll start to feel the routine instead of "Just going through the motions". It's not easy and it takes a lot of practice. I recommend you practice your routine with the same frequency and commitment you do for your prejudging poses. Make yourself comfortable with the routine and the fact that you will be the center of attention when performing in front of a large, enthusiastic crowd.
Competitors are not the only ones who make an impact on the quality of the performances during the evening show. Promoters can make a difference by offering incentives to competitors. Try having awards for the best posers in each weight class, novice, or open divisions (men and women). Also, promoters could consider creating a stage background which adds a little flair and style to the show. Doing these little things could make a difference in the quality of a body-building or fitness show. Remember, the evening show is meant to be entertaining and a way to showcase the full expression of our sport. Give it a try, you might like it.
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