Muscle Goddess: Women and Fitness

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Staying fit in 2015 has been all the rage. However, many women are deemed too fit or muscular based off of personal opinion. Some say that if a woman has defined muscles, she is trying to look like a man. Women that make their bodies their business such as professional athletes, trainers, and body figure competitors in most cases get the short end of the stick. They aren’t seen as having the ability to emanate sensuality and poise. Per contra, the six photos you are about to witness display the true definition of a Muscle Goddess. Who says women can’t have muscles too?

Serena
Photo Credit: madamenoire.com

Serena Williams build has been on the forefront of the media’s mind ever since the beginning of her tennis career. Serena politely quiets the naysayers by her constantly dominating every competition she enters.

Photo Credit: twitter.com/chan_taemac
Photo Credit: twitter.com/chan_taemac

Olympic heptathlete Chante McMillian is 153 pounds of pure muscle.

ronda rousey
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UFC champion Ronda Rousey holds no punches in the ring or out.

Carmen Parnell
Photo Credit: Instagram.com/parisian_chic

Carmen Parnell is a NPC (National Physique Committee) Figure Competitor and fitness model.

Instagram.com/dev1fit
Photo Credit: Instagram.com/dev1fit

Devone Martin is dispelling rumors with over 122k followers on Instagram. She posts daily motivational and workout videos to help the average person reach a healthy goal weight.

Latorya Watts
Photo Credit: Instagram.com/oooooohlala

Latorya Watts is this years Ms Figure Olympia Champion.

Now tell me again, who says women can’t have muscles too? Only a hater who walks around with a FUPA!

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