What is bodybuilding and first bodybuilder in the history ?
Bodybuilding is an exercise to develop once muscle. A person who involved in this activity is called a bodybuilder. In competitive bodybuilding, bodybuilders have to perform on stage in front of judges with difference types of poses, , under bright lights, flexing their gigantic biceps, triceps, and pectorals for an enthusiastic audience. Yes, these are bodybuilders, and yes it is a competitive sport that many men and women around the world participate in competiton and judges are making a result which bodybuilder has good body. In this era there many tpes of bodybuilding such as fitnees models , mens physique, classic, bikini, 212, Mr Olympia so on.  Bodybuilders prepare for competitions through the elimination of nonessential body fat, enhanced at the last stage by a combination of extracellular dehydration and carbohydrate loading, to achieve maximum muscular definition and vascularity, as well as tanning to accentuate the contrast of the skin under the spotlights. Some bodybuilders use anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs to build muscles; however, competitions usually ban using them because of the health risks or considerations regarding fair competition.

The winner of the annual IFBB Mr. Olympia contest is generally recognized as the world's top male professional bodybuilder. Since 1950, the NABBA Universe Championships have been considered the top amateur bodybuilding contests, with notable winners such as Reg ParkLee PriestSteve Reeves, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Winners generally go on to become professional athletes.

Bodybuilding was started with Eugen Sandow in 1894
Stone-lifting traditions were practiced in ancient EgyptGreece and Tamilakam. Western weightlifting developed in Europe from 1880 to 1953, with strongmen displaying feats of strength for the public and challenging each other. The focus was not on their physique, and they often had large bellies and fatty limbs.
Eugen Sandow
Bodybuilding developed in the late 19th century, promoted in England by German Eugen Sandow, he was the first  bodybuilding in the world" who allowed audiences to enjoy viewing his physique in "muscle display performances". Although people were forced to see a well-developed physique, the men simply displayed their bodies.Sandow also show strength demonstrations or wrestling matches to the audiences. Sandow had a stage show built around these displays through his manager, Florenz Ziegfeld. The Oscar-winning 1936 musical film The Great Ziegfeld depicts the beginning of modern bodybuilding, when Sandow began to display his body for carnivals.
Sandow was so successful at flexing and posing his physique. After some time he started his businesses around his fame, and made a market product with his branded name. He was credited with inventing and selling the first exercise equipment and tools for the masses: machined dumbbells, spring pulleys, and tension bands. Even his image was sold by the thousands in "cabinet cards" and other prints.
 First large-scale bodybuilding competition
Eugen Sandow: organized the first bodybuilding contest on September 14, 1901, which is known as "Great Competition". It was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London and judged by himself, Sir Charles Lawes, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the contest was a great success and many bodybuilding enthusiasts were turned away due to the overwhelming amount of audience members. The trophy presented to the winner was a gold statue of Sandow sculpted by Frederick Pomeroy. The winner was William L. Murray of Nottingham. The silver Sandow trophy was presented to second-place winner D. Cooper. The bronze Sandow trophy — now the most famous of all — was presented to third-place winner A.C. Smythe.In 1950, this same bronze trophy was presented to Steve  Reeves for winning the inaugural NABBA Mr. Universe contest .It would not resurface again until 1977 when the winner of the IFBB Mr. Olympia contest, Frank Zane, was presented with a replica of the bronze trophy. Since then, Mr. Olympia winners have been consistently awarded a replica of the bronze Sandow.
From December 28, 1903 to January 2, 1904 the first large-scale bodybuilding competition in America took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.