You Won’t Believe How HUGE These 9 Female Bodybuilders Are

These women don't mess around

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Women often fear that lifting weights will turn them into frightening manly looking creatures. Which is a myth, since it isn’t that easy to achieve highly muscular physique as a woman. It takes dedication, hard work, and commitment to becoming big.

Unlike most of the cardio bunnies, and fit tea Instagram models of today, the following women dared to be more than just basic b*tches. They amazed strength and size most male lifters would sell their souls to achieve.

9 Of The Biggest Female Bodybuilders In The World

1. Chyna

Born as Joan Marie Laurer, Chyna was a famous professional wrestler from the late 90’s and early 2000’s. She quickly became popular because of her huge frame and freakish strength. Often competing against men and even, she went on to win the women’s and men’s championship belts in then WWF, today’s WWE.

She was at her peak when she posed naked for Playboy magazine in November 2000 and again in 2002. When she left WWE she tried everything from wrestling for other organizations to doing porn. Sadly, she died of a drug overdose last year.

2. Nicole Bass

Nicole Bass was also a professional wrestler, but unlike Chyna, she actually tried her luck in bodybuilding and even managed to place 14th at Ms. Olympia in 1997. As you can tell by the picture above, Bass was HUGE. She was six feet and 200 pounds of muscle and terror.

She competed in the legendary ECW and WWF. Her life was cut short earlier this year in February when she died of a heart attack.

3. Julia Vins

Let’s finish this page off with a living person, introducing the one and only, boldenone barbie-Julia Vins. The young Russian is a competitive powerlifter and at the tender age of 20, her stats are impressive as hell!

She can squat 520 pounds and deadlifts 420 pounds at a weight of just 143 pounds. Miss Vins became famous because she underwent a number of aesthetic surgeries to make her face more doll-like.

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4. Iris Kyle

Iris Kyle is the pinnacle of female bodybuilding. She has won Ms. Olympia title record-setting ten times. She is the physical embodiment of what women think will happen to them if they start lifting weights.

Miss Kyle is retired these days and owns smoothie cafe in City Athletic Club in Las Vegas.

5. Nataliya Kuznetsova

We already wrote about the Russian She-Hulk, that is Nataliya Kuznetsova. She is a Russian powerlifter and bodybuilder and, yes, she uses steroids-she openly admits it. She stands at five feet and seven inches, but her thighs measure 30 inches with her biceps peaking at nearly 20 inches.

You could also say she is fairly strong since her best squat is 400 pounds and bench press 375 pounds.

6. Rene Campbell

Miss Campbell is the perfect example of dedication to bodybuilding. She works out two hours a day and maintains a strict meal plan. She eats seven chicken breasts and consumes about 4,000 calories. And that’s just in a 12 hour period, not even an entire day! Her nutrition intake is so precise, she carries a small scale with her to weigh her food, even when she goes to eat out. This is the level of dedication needed to look like Rene Campbell. So, ladies don’t worry about getting big if you replace treadmill running with squatting.

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7. Brigita Brezovac

Brigita is a retired Slovenia bodybuilder who ranks as the 5th all-time great female bodybuilder. She started lifting weights around the time she was 14 and had a boyfriend that owned a small gym. One thing led to another and at the age of 22, she was already competing in amateur shows while getting the pro card at the age of 31.

She retired four years ago in 2013 after placing fifth at Ms. Olympia.

8. Alina Popa

Alina is ranked second as the all-time greatest female bodybuilder. Unlike Brigita, the Romanian-born Popa is still active in competition and just last year won her latest competition. She is a Ms. Olympia two-time runner up and her other accomplishments are a mile long.

Her lifting numbers aren’t that bad either, she squats 375 pounds, benches 242 pounds, and deadlifts 308 pounds. So you could say she’s fairly strong.

9. Denise Rutkowski

Ending this article with a familiar story. Denise was a bodybuilder in the late 80’s and early 90’s and fairly good one. She was one of the candidates that were expected to win the ’94 Ms. Olympia contest. However, life had other plans for her.

As her career progressed, so did her steroid consumptions and well… let’s put it this way. Rampant steroid consumptions and hormonal meddling can have some very disturbing results to a woman’s body.

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  1. This artucke starts iff by glorifying karge female bidybuilders and denegrating non female bodybuilders by calling them “basic bitches”. Well out if your 9 glorified bodybuilders 2 are dead doing so at a young age and one is pribabky better iff dead unless she gets some real professional medical help. Thank you for alerting women to the dangers of being obsessed with making your body bigger and more muscular. This is a very unhealthy persuit which may give you 5 minutes of fame but due to steroid use and use of other illegal performance enhancing drugs will kill you prematurely – just like they killed Mike Matarazzo, the Metzker brothers the 2 ladies in your article and a whole bunch if other body builders bith male and female, amatuer and professional. So i think most people would prefer to live a happy healthy, long life as “basic bitches” than as the sad ladies you portray in your article

    • You forgot to ask one important question. Which one of these women said they regret what they put their body through for so-called “5 minutes” of fame? Perhaps some of these women DON’T regret a thing? I’d like to know where you got your information.

  2. I agree that it is bad for them but those muscles make them look so fascinating, cool, and kinda hot because like smoking a cigarette or holding a gun it’s dangerous and danger turns heads.

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