Find a good gym. You can start getting in shape and building muscle at home with your home strength equipment, but without the benefits of the professional strength machines available in the gym, you can hardly become one of those bodybuilders who flaunt in magazines like Muscle & Fitness. Finding a good gym in your area is essential to becoming competitive in your sport.
Become familiar with body anatomy and major muscle groups. Bodybuilders are part athletes and part artists. Just like marble or clay is to a sculptor, a bodybuilder uses a specific muscle training technique to "sculpt" a physique. Determine what goals you set for yourself in bodybuilding, how you want to shape your body, this is an important part of the process.
Priority of goals. If you are looking to become a bodybuilder, it will take some time to draw up a training plan. Planning and adjusting the plan will be an ongoing process, so it would be good to take the time to meet with other bodybuilders and coaches to discuss which parts of your body need to be worked on.
If you are overweight, you should focus on doing calorie-burning exercises first to lower your body fat percentage before starting to build your torso in the same manner as Apollo. Start doing cardio exercises to lose weight. For this, elliptical trainers or treadmills are suitable, as well as well-known exercises with a minimum of necessary accessories, for example, a jump rope or fitness balls.