Dubai does not have many bodybuilders and one of the personal trainer has decided to change that trend and culture. Briton Cassius Abrahams has decided to win the Global Fitness Event in November to inspire the generation towards bodybuilding, fitness and training.
A Dubai personal trainer and fitness model is hoping to inspire a new generation of natural body builders in the UAE with a top finish at a global fitness event in November.
Briton Cassius Abrahams, 26, who moved to the emirate in February to work as an instructor in a fitness chain, is currently sweating it out ahead of the World Beauty Fitness and Fashion (WBFF) event in Miami on November 15. A stellar showing there will encourage more people in the country to take bodybuilding without steroids or other unnatural substances, he says.
Today, Abrahams, named after boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s childhood name, is desperate to be a cut above all as a natural physique competitor in bodybuilding.
A diverse lifestyle brand servicing the fitness, beauty, fashion, competitive sport, health and wellness industries, the WBFF is often known as home to some of the most glamorous and fit models in the world. Their events across North America and around the world provide an arena for contestants to develop into the next big stars and Abrahams, who is travelling on the money he has saved so far in Dubai, is keen to impress in the bodybuilding championship.
But before he hops on the Miami-bound flight, he has to impress judges here at the drug-free International Natural Bodybuilding Association (INBA) Middle East competition being held for the first time in the region at the Dubai World Trade Centre on October 25.
It is not very easy to inspire a generation to do something. However, small steps lead to big success. Abrahams can change the trend in the Dubai Lifestyle of winning the competition. He would be representing UAE and hope to deliver on the global platform.