Katarzyna Kozakiewicz: ANY WAY YOU SPELL HER NAME, IT MEANS STRONG!
Full name: Brigita BREZOVAC
Category: Women’s bodybuilding over 55 kg (121lbs) class
Contest bodyweight: 65 kg (143lbs)
Body height: 163 cm (5’3″)
Current residence: Maribor, Slovenia
Education/job: economist, personal trainer
Here is a clip from the TV documentary special “WOMEN OVER 40: STILL CLIMBING THE HILL, NOT OVER IT.” The interview is with Valentina Chepiga who has won every major female bodybuilding championship (Ms. Olympia, Ms. International, etc.), and what makes it even more of an accomplishment is that she won these after she was 40.
Valentina is an inspiration to me and all of us at Female Muscle, she is beautiful in every way…it is hard to think she was ever embarrassed by her body.
During the 90′s Denise Paglia was all over the fitness industry and fitness magazines. She is still wildly loved and remembered today.
She appeared on Besides Fitness Beach,Cyberfit and Bodyshaping. Denis was the first cover model on the first issue of Muscle & Fitness Hers.
In her fitness competitor, she placed in the 1992 and 1993 Fitness America National Pageants, and came in 5th at the 1995 Fitness Olympia.
She was on the cover of the very first issue of the fitness magazine Muscle & Fitness Hers.
The 2012 Night of Champions took place August 18 with over 20 competitors taking the stage in front of a packed house at the Ruth Seaton James Auditorium.
JaVaughn Dill and Sueallen Lottimore were crowned Mr. and Ms. Bermuda, while Ms Lottimore also won the Best Artistic Poser Female title, and Jeftha Miller won the Best Artistic Male Poser title.
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Model-turned-bodybuilder Emma B admitted that she has suffered bullying after she revealed her new physique
“It really hurt and I cried and for hours,” the Daily Mail quoted her as telling Now magazine.
“People said I looked old and like a drag queen. It’s not for everyone, but I’m not emaciated.
“We just wear the tan and the make-up for the shows, but it’s not a look you’d wear to Tesco or walking down the street,” she said.
Twenty-three female competitors earned their way into the IFBB Professional League on Friday during the women’s portion of the Teen, Collegiate and Masters National Championships in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
If you’re looking for some fresh motivation to get into the gym, all you have to do is take one look at Ruby Carter-Pikes.
The 64-year-old mother of four and great-grandmother’s rock-hard body is no illusion — those six-pack abs, chiseled legs and buff arms are real. What’s also real are the numerous fitness awards she’s been racking up while competing against women less than half her age.
Did we mention she’s usually dressed in nothing more than a string bikini?