Announces Free 2009 Iron Man Pro/Arnold Classic Webcast Announces Free 2009 Iron Man Pro/Arnold Classic Webcast Double-Header

Boise, ID – January 07, 2009 –, the Internet’s most-visited bodybuilding and fitness site and largest retailer of nutritional supplements, is once again offering a free all-access webcast double-header featuring the 2009 Iron Man Pro and the 21st Arnold Classic.

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[YT]vxTBvxCkZwQ[/YT] will broadcast live on-stage and backstage coverage for both events. Viewers will enjoy pre-show coverage, interviews with pros, in-depth profiles, exclusive offers from the store, contest blogs, and more!

The IFBB Iron Man Pro is the biggest and longest-running IFBB professional bodybuilding event on the West Coast (now in their 20th year) and the only pro show in Los Angeles, the Mecca of bodybuilding. The top 3 finalists will qualify to compete in the next Mr. Olympia.

The Arnold Classic is an annual bodybuilding, fitness and figure competition (named after Arnold Schwarzenegger). It is the most lucrative competition in bodybuilding, with a number of large prizes plus bragging rights for the year. Branch Warren, Victor Martinez and more will be battling it out to take the title home.

The 2009 Iron Man Pro will be webcast live Saturday, January 24th from the L.A. Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA. Pre-judging will start at 10:30 am PST, and the Men’s Final/Women’s Figure Final will start at 8:00 pm PST.

The 21st Arnold Classic will be webcast live from Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium in Columbus, Ohio. You can watch the Ms. International, Ms. Fitness International and Ms. Figure International at 7:00 pm EST on Friday, March 6th. Tune in the next day, Saturday, March 7th at 12:00 am EST for men’s pre-judging and again at 7:00 pm EST for the Men’s Finals.

“The Iron Man Pro and the Arnold Classic are two of my favorite events. I’m very excited that we are able to webcast them live on the Internet for free, so that fans from all around the world can experience them”, says CEO Ryan DeLuca.