That is the hottest transformation ever. From girl to muscular she beast.
nice crab pose
Cue the 'I liked her better Before" posf
What a feminine beauty she WAS.
YESS - she can. You are awesome, very nice and powerful.
From Beautiful girl to BEAUTIFUL SUPERWOMAN
This is how it's done!!!
It's almost unbelievable that someone packed on that much muscle by age 21.
Not for the first time I feel a strong sense of doubt regarding what I do on pages like this, especially when I see pictures like the one above.
I mean is it really a sensible a approach to motivate women by applauding them for their looks, while due to obvious signs strongly assuming they take dangerously high doses of anabolic steroids?
Is getting an arousal by looking at pictures and vids of such women really worth that they destroy their physical and mental health?
I wonder how common thougths like this are among other female muscle lovers.
menthal illness lead to that
Could you please elaborate on what you mean Ivan123?
I don't think that external factors cause a girl to wanna look like that. Society favors bone think models. Mental illness as suggested by Ivan makes MORE sense. No girls are getting JACKED to impress or 'arouse' us
They get an arousal from their own muscles, that's why they bodybuild!!!
If girls like her are not interested in external factors when it comes to their looks, I wonder why they post so many pictures presenting themselves posing on their social media, especially on instagram. On those places they can receive likes and motivational comments.
There are plenty of jacked women on webcam pages or who are into "private sessions", where they show their muscles to get certain people aroused in order to earn money.
External factors can also be traumatic experiences, like abuse for instance. Building a exceptionally strong and intimidating physique can give a (false) sense of protection. This way they may try to battle a possibly existing depression or anxiety disorder and regain self esteem.
There has to be, there are a sizeable amount of health issues/risks that goes together with this and to do it has such a young age is interesting to say the least, there definitely is some mental illness involved no matter how you slice it but she isn't hurting anyone else by doing this so I have to admire her dedication and work ethic.
You do know that the "dedication and work ethic"-factors are drastically enhanced with the use of anabolic steroids rufus20?
Furthermore I think that when it comes to mental health issues finding an activity like bodybuilding can be very helpful, but I guess in most cases it takes more than that.Like amongst others psycho therapy, a helpful social network like good friends and family. Psychopharmaceutical medication could also help.
@femcepsfan I have similar doubts in Paige case, she packed monstrous amount of muscles in short period of time and obviously has sides, her face changed drastically, lost feminity. For me it's too much, but... it's only my opinion. It has zero influence on what Paige or other girls do. She seems to not care at all about sides, health issues or losts in feminity, she is programmed on goal to be huge as possible and willing to achieve that, no matter what.
Thanks for your inpur marasso.
I would like to point out that not matter how much we discuss here, I assume we all here know extremely little what is really going on in Paige's head. I hardly doubt that there many people here who even know her personally, if any.
@fembicepsfan. As was said we will not understand it completely. Whether some mental illness is involved who can say. My thought is that it's prolly not peer pressure in the traditional sense coz that would lead to anorexia and bulimia and wanting to look like a skinny model. I like to think these girls have found a 'niche' in lifting. And maybe they post pics on here nd show themselves because they find a place where they are not judged negatively. I like to think they feel 'normal' here or even better. Something they don't or haven't gotten elsewhere. That's the GOOD of lifting. Unfortunately the PED factor is a health risk. I have no solution for that or answer to why it happens so much. That is the BAD.
And I make the sure to be controversial statement that I'm not for banning steroids outside of professional sports. If you wanna build muscle at your own risk and enjoy admiration and whatnot I have no problem with it....when ALCOHOL... CIGARETTES... And GUNS are legal. Priorities. Maybe I'm biased coz I think the Shannon Courtneys of the world are GODDESSES.
Thanks for your reply Larryhawk1
If we rule out peer pressure you mentioned as reason for a mental illness involved with bodybuilding, there is a body dysmorphic disorder usually called "muscle dysmorphia" which could play a significant factor. Like anorexia, it is based on a disturbed self image:
I guess you are right in terms of girls coming to this page because they are not being judged negatively here when it comes to their muscles.
But that is exactly my inner conflict I have regarding their intake of steroids: I feel very wrong to motivate or in any other way support this behavior. Furthermore another mental illness comes into play:
Not being able to stop despite realizing you fuck up your health, because you need more and more. Like trying to fill a bottomless hole.
I get very suspicious when anabolic steroids get involved to the equation.Yes women who are into weight lifting and build up their muscles are very beautiful to me and should be respected for what they do, but damn, taking steroids let me think that they get never enough. Like who they really are is never enough for them, otherwise they just could follow a bodybuilding lifestyle without anabolic steroids.
Of course there is also a pressure when it comes to competitions, where it is mandatory to take PEDs to even have a chance of winning there.Are those fucking trophys really worth the health cost, especially when the prize money is so low? Or is this all about approval from others, no matter what it takes?We on this page are also a part of that when it comes to this approval, just in a slightly different form with our points/likes we give.
By the way, peer pressure is also a factor again. From other competitors and bodybuilders in the gym.
I believe that we all can do with our bodies whatever we want to, so no substances should be illegal in my opinion.Yes maybe PEDs should not be banned from professional sports, since they are taken anyway, just make it official.
If this would be the case, the public should be informed in a more intense way about all consequences which come with them, like in schools for example. I guess many people who buy anabolic steroids, for example in gyms, don't check the facts in the first place and may just believe whatever the seller and their bodybuilding peers (who often from what I heard sell those drugs so they can afford to buy them themselves) tell them.
Very slippery slope. Ironic, isn't it, that exercise is supposed to be HEALTHY yet in these extreme cases it's become self destructive in a way. And then there's "us". The ones who worship a Shannon Courtney or Aleesha Young. And we want them.BIGGER!!! I don't know what to make of it all. That said, girls can put together great physiques even without PED. I don't wanna guess if Jodi Boam or DLB etc are each natural but I still find them GORGEOUS. But femininity still plays a role. Shannon or Jodi or DLB are HOT without any muscles. So there's more to it. It's not like Brooke Ence had no choice but cross fit coz she's ugly! I hope I make some sense though I have no answers...
Thanks for understanding Larryhawk1.
Much improved! She looks A LOT better now!! Gorgeous!!😍❤️
roids and tats are a huge turn off
I LOVE them!
I wonder why she cut off her face in the 2nd pic?
WTF !!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣