Iris Kyle wins 10th title and announces retirement; Ashley Kaltwasser won her second Bikini Olympia title and Oskana Grishina was successful in winning the Fitness/Figure Class
Finally, the first results started to make there way to the millions of bodybuilding fans all over the world. Many are there to watch the event live, but the majority were happy to watch the event on the free webcast.
Iris Kyle won her 10th Ms. Olympia title and announced her retirement. She will be leaving the sport as one of the best ever female bodybuilder to grace the stage.
In the Bikini class, Ashley Kaltwasser successfully defended her title to win it for the second time. Her condition was hard to match and from the first minute that she stepped on the stage, it was obvious she would give the other competitors a hard time.
In the Fitness/Figure class Oskana Grishina managed to take the title. After placing second in last years edition, she made sure she worked hard to beat her competition.
At 5′ 8″ tall, this California blonde’s resume is as long as she is tall. You may best know Malibu as an American Gladiator, going head to head with the likes of Zap, Ice, and Siren. You may also know Malibu from her years of fantasy, semi-competitive and all out competitive mixed wrestling. Did you also know that she is a personal trainer, stunt woman, pro football player, model, actress, boxer and blackbelt in numerous martial arts? Of course you didn’t, and that is exactly why you need to call this gorgeous, athletic phenom. If you want to call her 1-214-446-1459 ext. 398 or if you want to see her and maybe get into it with her she is travelling in Sept-Oct-Nov, here are the dates:
Dani Reardon is a longtime friend of FemaleMuscle.com and we’ve been following her since her High School days when she took home her second straight Ms. Wesley Chapel title for bodybuilding and weight lifting. Her nickname and moniker is “Lil’ Monstar”.
On September 16, 2014 she was arrested for beating up her boyfriend. Sources say that she was under the influence of alcohol at the time and her boyfriend refused to press charges against her. He may be afraid of another beating if he did press charges, though I’m sure there are those of you who might actually enjoy getting your ass whooped by Dani Reardon. Heck, I’m sure there are actually quite a few of you who would pay good money to get your ass kicked by Dani Reardon. Continue Reading…
Award-winning bodybuilder Dani Reardon was liquored up when she beat up her live-in boyfriend and kicked in his windshield early Sunday, police say. The 24-year-old then allegedly bashed her head repeatedly into the cage of a patrol vehicle after her arrest in Orange County, Florida.
Reardon — an Internet-famous power lifter known online as “Little Monstar” — was charged with resisting arrest and domestic violence. She allegedly tackled and hit her beau, pulled out plants, cracked the truck windshield and screamed at Edgewood police when they arrived, according to the Sun Sentinel.
I spent so long letting myself become consumed by numbers to the point of becoming depressed over what the scale told me that I was. I am the same weight in both pictures. On the left, I was becoming obsessed with the scale and this was just weeks before I started dropping 20 more pounds rapidly from falling into my eating disorder & hit the lowest of lows with depression as well. Weight training and bodybuilding has saved my life and I will forever be grateful.
Name: Tanya Etessam
Sponsor: Top Secret Nutrition
Location: Miami Beach, FL
Years Training: 5
Sport: IFBB Figure Pro
Contest Weight: 135lbs
Off-Season Weight: 128lbs
Tanya overcame anorexia and got into weight training and good nutrition at the age of 19. She is now a Top Secret Nutrition sponsored athlete, and an IFBB figure Pro.
Height: 5’6” – 167 cm
Weight: 120 lbs – 54 kg
Location: Dominican Republic
How did you get started with bodybuilding?
I started training in 2011 due to a physical condition called scoliosis and the doctors said that I had to start exercising in order to strengthen my back or I would suffer pain for the rest of my life. I was training with no discipline or drive but then in January of 2013 I decided to change that and I set new goals. I saw pictures of great athletes and started admiring those bodies and decided that I wanted to look like them. So I hired a coach with experience in bodybuilding and he helped prepare me to get in the best shape of my life. At that same time the most important bodybuilding event in my country was coming up and my coach was preparing himself and other athletes to compete for it. I told him that I too wanted to compete as I knew it would put pressure on me to take my physique to the next level.