Aesthetics and Plasticity in perfect Balance with Volume, Muscle Separation and Definition.

The Aesthetic Greek Muscle reminds us with its body structure, the forms of the Greek gods and the basic principles of the Aesthetic Golden Age.


Clearly visible symmetry and correct proportions.


Volume and definition in perfect body balance.


A living sculpture with harmony in its presentation.



The presentation attire is Classic Men's Shorts with back and side buttock coverage. Must meet acceptable standards of good taste and decency. Must not be Golden Muscle King suits or G-strings.

Suit may be one color or a combination of colors. There should be no fringe, straps, appliqués or fluorescence that distract from the evaluation.

It is recommended that the colors chosen for your participation costume highlight the physical qualities and the design facilitates the participant's performance on stage.

Participants must be barefoot.

Although we do not impose regulatory restrictions in this regard, we do urge each participant to choose their attire correctly in order to make their passage through the show as noteworthy as possible and not put them at a disadvantage in relation to more careful participants.

Participant numbers must be worn on the left side of the costume and must be visible at all times while on stage and backstage.


AESTHETIC GREEK will take place in the following rounds:

1. PRELIMINARIES or elimination round.

2. QUALIFYING or semi-final round.

3. SHOWTIME or finals.


The participants go on stage and make their first presentation individually. It is developed as follows:

The participant walks to the center of the stage, stops and does a front pose, then turns half a turn and does a back pose. then turns to the front again, says goodbye and exits the stage or to the side, as the officer directs.

The average time to perform this Presentation is 15 seconds.


Participants are called individually to the stage and perform their presentation in the following manner:

The participant walks to the center of the stage, stops and strikes a frontal pose, says goodbye and moves to the side of the stage, as the official directs.

The style, movement and character of each participant during his presentation is totally free, giving the opportunity to decorate it with the elements that most favor him and make him stand out even more on stage with elegance, decency, aesthetics and distinction. The average time to develop the presentation in this round is 10 seconds. Translated with (free version)


It consists of two parts:

1. each participant walks to the center of the stage to develop his/her individual routine. The music used will be previously chosen by the participant. Its duration will be 60 seconds and will be removed from the stage.

2. The participants are called in numerical order to the front of the stage. There they will be at the disposal of the Qualifying Jury.

The style, movement and character of each participant during his presentation is totally free, giving the opportunity to decorate it with the elements that most favor him and make him stand out even more on stage with elegance, decency, aesthetics and distinction.



During the different processes of Evaluation and from the table of the Qualifying Jury, the following poses will be requested for all the Categories of this Division:

Front Biceps Double.
Front Dorsal Expansion.
Side Chest.
Back Biceps Double.
Back Dorsal Expansion.
Lateral triceps.
Abdominals and thighs.
Aesthetic Greek Pose.


After the Presentation, the participants will be placed in diagonal lines at the sides of the stage and will be called to the main line by groups to be evaluated by the Qualifying Jury. There, the 15 participants will be chosen to move on to the Qualifying Round.


The participants are called by groups to be compared and, from there, to choose the 6 finalists who will go on to Showtime to fight for the first place.


After the presentation of this round, the participants are called to the main line. There, the comparative rounds will take place and the qualifying jury, with the support of our unique audience voting system, will assign the final positions to the participants.

To learn more about our audience voting system, please refer to the section.


The evaluation should take into account the entire physique, hair style and facial expression; overall body development and shape; presentation of a complete, aesthetic, balanced, proportionally and symmetrically developed physique; skin condition and tone; and the contestant's ability to present him/herself with confidence, charisma and poise, along with the manner of projecting him/herself on stage.

The Judging Panel should favor participants with a physique of balanced muscular size; proportionate and aesthetic; good posture; correct anatomical structure.

Body parts should show balanced muscle development; pleasing appearance; firm; with a healthy and low percentage of body fat. The physique should exhibit balanced muscle volume, proportionate, aesthetic, with muscle separation and if muscle striae are visible they should not break the aesthetics (the latter will depend on the physiological condition of each participant, so a unified parameter is not dictated for all cases). The Evaluator should also take into account the tightness and tone of the skin. The skin should look healthy in appearance, with no cellulite or obvious pathological conditions.

The hairstyle and trimming of the beard or mustache should complement the Complete Look presented by the entrant.

The Judging Panel's evaluation of the entrant's physique must include the entire presentation, from the moment he/she walks on stage to the moment he/she exits the stage.

At all times, the contestant should be viewed with the emphasis of a muscular and aesthetic physique; "healthy and fit"; with an attractive and impressive Complete Model Look; presented in a manly, elegant and charismatic manner.

Each participant will be evaluated based on how well they showcase their physique in motion.

Participants will be evaluated based on the elegance of their performance during the different stages of the event.

Rhythm, elegance of movement, gestures, showmanship, personality, charisma, stage presence and charm, as well as a natural rhythm should play a major role in the final placement of each participant.


Up to and incl. 5’7” & 175lbs / 170 cm & 79kg

Over 5’7”/170cm & 79kg, up to and incl. 5’10” & 197lbs /178cm & 89kg

Over 5’10”/178cm & 89kg, up to and incl. 6’0” & 212lbs /183 cm & 96kg

Over 6’ 0” & 212lbs / 183 & 96kg

Over 45 years. One class

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