The National Amateur Body-Builders’ Association is a non profit making concern and all monies received are used solely for the purposes of the Association.
The management of the Association is in the hands of a small Executive Committee, easily available for regular consultation on urgent day to day matters.
There is an area representative for each of the major areas, who works in close liaison with the Secretary. They are also informed regularly about all NABBA matters. They are also responsible for organising shows and appointing judges for NABBA shows in their areas.
The name and address of the NABBA representative in your area can be had from the Secretary.
OBJECTS OF THE NABBA
1. To unite in one powerful Association all those interested in fitness and body-building as a recreation, as an aid to health and fitness and the perfection of the physique, and for the improvement of personal performance in all forms of sport.
2. To promote in the U.K. and Northern Ireland, National, Area and Club physique contests.
3. To promote International physique contests; send leading competitors abroad to and to bring leading fitness and body-building competitors to this country for shows and demonstrations.
4. To maintain a central office of information on fitness and body-building, and club addresses for free use of members.
5. To standardise and control the judging of all physique contests and to appoint a board of qualified judges.
6. To encourage all competitors to use their physical advantage to some form of sporting activity.
7. To co-operate with recognised sports Associations at home and overseas in the furtherance of their aims and objectives.
To use all means available to make known the benefits of fitness and body-building to a wider public.
In order to cut down the cost of expensive and often unnecessary meetings by bringing area representatives to Birmingham the Secretary is in constant touch with them, and they often meet at various shows up and down the country, also at the Britain and Universe finals.
Free Advice Service
NABBA members can seek training advice if they train alone and have no instructor to turn to. But they must be limited and necessary. Stamped addressed envelope and current NABBA membership number must be included in all such letters. No medical queries can be answered.