In the 1970s, bodybuilding had major publicity thanks to the appearance of Arnold Schwarzenegger , Franco Columbu , Lou Ferrigno , and others in the 1977 docudrama Pumping Iron . By this time, the IFBB dominated the competitive bodybuilding landscape and the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) took a back seat. The National Physique Committee (NPC) was formed in 1981 by Jim Manion ,  who had just stepped down as chairman of the AAU Physique Committee. The NPC has gone on to become the most successful bodybuilding organization in America, and is the amateur division of the IFBB. The late 1980s and early 1990s saw the decline of AAU-sponsored bodybuilding contests. In 1999, the AAU voted to discontinue its bodybuilding events.
In 2005, Joanna was featured in a one-hour documentary called Supersize She, which was also broadcast in the US on The Learning Channel. The show followed her training leading up to the 2004 Ms. Olympia contest. The documentary talks about her life, her parents' feelings about her decision to become a bodybuilder and nude model, her physical changes, dieting requirements, and her passion for bodybuilding as well as all the sacrifices she made to become a professional bodybuilder. The documentary was a huge success in the UK and in the US.
yeah adam is right. you cant just one day say yep im going to the gym and work out my biceps for the next 4 hours. no not going to happen. takes a lot time of training to build yourself up to a routine such as jay’s. really cant stand the people who jump to conclusions. oh he has huge muscles, he is on steroids. no. do your homework before you open your mouth. in order to compete for mr. olympia, you are rigirously tested for steroids and drugs. plus steroid users have insanely bloated stomachs and really bad back and thigh acne. muscletech makes some phenomenal products. find you a good stack and eat 4 to 6 well balanced meal with loads of protein and calories , you to can build up to a hardcore routine like that.