Muscles and Ink: FemaleMuscle Tattoo Gallery 1

Muscles and Ink: FemaleMuscle Tattoo Gallery 1

female muscle tattooBig or small, color or black and gray, flash or photo realistic,  tattoos on a hard muscular body are sexy as hell. Women in the sport know that and sport their ink as proudly as they do their physiques. If you’re a fan of muscle and ink, you must feel like a kid in a candy store. I certainly do.

Face it guys, how sexy is a tribal band on a ripped, peaked bicep? Or a rose so delicately placed on the lower 6 pack of a competition ready competitor? What about one of my favorites, a band or vine wrapped around the ankle below a thick pair of flexing calves?

Yes, tattoos can certainly add a finishing touch to an already amazing package. So I’ve put together a few pics that I’ve come across recently. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did putting them together. These ladies definitely wear their ink proudly, and I for one, and hopefully you are too, are thankful that they do.

Enjoy the ink!

Also, Please check out Gallery 2

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9 Responses to "Muscles and Ink: FemaleMuscle Tattoo Gallery 1"

  1. James Peter  March 22, 2012 at 10:53 pm

    Considering the price of oil these days, we could supply these photos to the local powerplant; they are so hot they could provide steam power for months.

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  2. David Salvati  March 23, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    Sorry, Tats ruin a perfectly conditioned body.

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  3. jim  March 23, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    i agree with david.i do not like tats.

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  4. Ren  March 23, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    I think these women are beautifully intimidating to men, and of cause any man is going to find it hard not to submit to such “Strength and Beauty”
    Men definitely feel inferior………

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  5. Harold Felton  March 24, 2012 at 11:28 am

    I’m sure most men, including those who admire some muscle on women, hate, repeat hate, tattoos. They are disfigurements and we don’t understand why any woman (or man for that matter)want to scar themselves.
    Same goes for huge breast implants. The idea is to make them look as natural as possible, but since breasts are 70% fat, and female bbers are so lean, their implants look like they were glued on from outside. It doesn’t work.

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  6. Thomashathawy (Trotterhorse) Watson jr  April 1, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    The tattoos are very nice and tasteful. I like them. Doesn’t take anything away from the models!!

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  7. James Peter  June 12, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Some men say they hate tats; well they might. More likely, they were raised like me (tats? how tasteless) where ankle bracelets, chewing gum, tawdry clothes, etc. were looked down upon…by our parents. Well, some of us rebelled and therefore really like them. The fact they’re sexy is all the better. Men don’t go to ‘those clubs’ to watch women in three-piece business suits, after all…

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  8. wayne  July 5, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    There is a heaven as I just found it. all the , really beautiful hot women
    all I can say is thank god these women do the work so we can admire them for what they have endured ,
    they are sas SEXY as hell,

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  9. Joseph P. Uhl  December 14, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    I’m with David on this! It is STUPID to put all of that hard work and dedication into building a gorgeous physique only to obscure the results! Any one who is familiar with naval tactics knows that vessels were often painted with patterns to obscure the vivid lines of a naval vessel to make it harder to see the outline of the ship. Also aircraft were painted with patterns to obscure the aircraft on the ground and in the air. I’m not a religious person at all but we have all heard about the body being a temple… it is ridiculous to graffiti the human form. The human body is a work of art! ESPECIALLY the Female form as we all know well or we wouldn’t be visiting this site among others like this. There is no reason in the world to destroy such a work of art, to do so is tantamount to painting a moustache on the Mona Lisa. I have no problem with tattoos denoting military service or in honor of a deceased loved one. Small tat’s are no real desecration of the flesh but covering large amounts of skin are ridiculous. Have any of these women given a second’s thought to what they will look like once their skin ages and goes through the ravages of time? That little Tweety Bird will stretch out to be a Condor by the age of 70. I blame the proliferation of this “fashion” mostly on the governing bodies that oversee and judge contests. They have allowed this desecration of the flesh to not only continue but expand. Myself I think that tat’s larger than the hand should disqualify them from competing. I am a printer by trade and I know full and well that skin is not an appropriate substrate for ink!…Never has been and never will.

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