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Jan 22, 2021 - permalink

@Zig ......Thanks for posting Gina hitting the heavy bag..... Any videos of her hitting a speed bag ????

Jan 22, 2021 - permalink

They were all taken down sadly. She had some at her site, but took everything down. She is very good. There were several up of her in various outfits on the speed bag and heavy bag. She could hammer the speedbag and did it in much sexier attire than she did that heavy bag clip in. That is the only one still up.....been that way for years.

Jan 22, 2021 - permalink

Thanks Zig ...... I my opinion....a Muscular Woman hitting a speed bag is so sexy

Jan 22, 2021 - permalink

The way Gina did it like a pro made it so much better and nobody was bigger than her at her best. She did several clips with the speedbag at between 200 and 220 pounds of muscle on her 5 foot 4 or 5 frame. She could have made so much money if she was into the boxing/wrestling or commercial aspect of bodybuilding. She chose not to. She was offered big money by Hollywood and the schmoe industry. I know that for a fact. She would have been so much fun to watch. The videos she did too were not great quality, but she looked so great....who cares? They were home made style.

https://www.tnaflix.com/babe-videos/Gina-Davi... Another one of her training in the parking lot for strength. An amazing specimen.

Jan 23, 2021 - permalink

I remember watching superhero cartoons as a kid and liking the female superheroes better than the male ones, such as me preferring the She-Ra spinoff show over the original He-Man cartoon.

I don't think I'm off topic because it's not a stretch to go from liking fictional female superheroes to liking real athletic/muscular women.

Jan 23, 2021 - permalink
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Jan 31, 2021 - permalink

On a really base level I remember talking to a friend when I was really young about what our favorite part on a woman was (which for everyone else was obviously "boobs") but remember answering "stomach" AKA abs. Crush growing up was also on the tomboy who could beat the other boys (including myself) at arm-wrestling.

I was born in the early 90s, so in terms of mainstream media, I remember American Gladiators (re-runs anyways, I remember it looking dated even back then) and Chyna from the WWE being massive influences. Both were something I could just sit there and watch without feeling any guilt from a family member walking in. Literally zero interest in wrestling, but I would always watch for Chyna. American Gladiators was kind of cool, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't mostly just watch it for Zap, Diamond, etc. I also vividly remember being aroused by Chyna being able to fight against men, and I always hoped for some kind of crossover where the female gladiators would take on the male contestants, but never really saw any of that (outside of that game where they shoot a cannon at the different contestants). I also remember keeping Kiana Tom's Flex Appeal on whenever it came on, along with any female fitness competition that I would happen to stumble across. I also used to love going to magazine stores, libraries, or book stores, and would immediately seek out material on muscular women. Very rarely would I ever buy anything though, just thought it was too risky. If I did get a magazine, I may stash it for a bit but then throw it out. Not that they were anything great, just basic female fitness magazines (super awkward to purchase as well).

In terms of getting into the bigger bodybuilders, I definitely remember that being a product of going down the rabbit hole on the internet. Chyna started it off, and I'd just steal off to the family computer to look up pictures of her, and then it just kind of developed from there. The FTVideo sample pic page was my go-to. I just remember it being a huge rush to sneak off, and I was as careful as possible about it as to not get caught. If my family left to go on longer trips or something, I remember printing off pictures on the printer, and storing them in my room. I also remember that one day I checked my stash and it was gone. Freaked out, and I know my mom would have thrown it all out when she was cleaning, but it was never discussed. Definitely had some doozies in there that would have been super-embarrassing to discuss (such as Colette Guimond pec pics), so I'm happy it never came to that. I never really looked up anything all that risque; some nudity but no porn, mostly just bikini pics and such. Once I got my own computer though all bets were off lol.

M76
Jan 31, 2021 - permalink

Cool story. I used to have my stash on the family computer buried deep in a completely unrelated subdirectory, but I have grown overconfident and one day didn't clear the last opened file from the image viewer. So one night my father accidentally stumbled on it. There was nothing super embarassing in it, only a few teen girls flexing (I wsa maybe 15 at the time). But it was never brought up directly, just references on how women with muscles are ugly, but I never took the bait.

Jan 31, 2021 - permalink

Yeah I feel like that's the most common route. I think most people are paranoid that it will blow up into this huge thing, but most parents probably don't want to discuss it just as much as you don't want to discuss it.

Jan 31, 2021 - permalink

I was told to lose my stash of female wrestling mags hidden in my room by my father. My mother saw my stash of female muscle years back and asked what that was about....briefly. That was right after college when I first bought a few. I can't imagine how different it would have been in the internet era.....holy smokes was their content galore for fans. It has gone down some with youtube and others being much tigter on copyright. It was incredible how easy access was 10-20 years back.

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

I think it was probably 1994 or 1995 when I first saw the "This could be your body" Soloflex commercial. It was the first time I ever saw a woman with a bicep peak or ripped abs, been hooked ever since.

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

@zig...my mom discovered my stash of female muscle photos and disposed of every beautiful picture. This was many years ago, long before women lifted. Mostly circus trapeze photos, rare Sports Illustrated pics, anywhere I could find a pic. One was a very rare photo of circus aerialist, Gertrude Hanneford in a sleeveless dress, pumping gas in her car. The caption to the pic, "muscle bunny draws a crowd, pumping gas". My mom referred to muscled women as manly and ugly...which was awful for my younger sister, who had buffed arms, with awesome biceps. With my help, my sis defied my mom and worked to make her arms even more muscular.👍😁💪

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

Nice. I've seen female muscle accepted as well as not accepted by various people. It is less accepted now in some ways than it was when fbbs boomed in the 90's. The steroid connection is a big issue and many of the women just admit it now. Some women look great with roids, but it is a case by case thing. That is the primary issue with the younger and middle aged people. The older generation was trained that muscles on a woman are manly....by society.

Anyhow, I am glad to hear your sister was able to lift without an issue.

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

On a really base level I remember talking to a friend when I was really young about what our favorite part on a woman was (which for everyone else was obviously "boobs") but remember answering "stomach" AKA abs. Crush growing up was also on the tomboy who could beat the other boys (including myself) at arm-wrestling.

I was born in the early 90s, so in terms of mainstream media, I remember American Gladiators (re-runs anyways, I remember it looking dated even back then) and Chyna from the WWE being massive influences. Both were something I could just sit there and watch without feeling any guilt from a family member walking in. Literally zero interest in wrestling, but I would always watch for Chyna. American Gladiators was kind of cool, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't mostly just watch it for Zap, Diamond, etc. I also vividly remember being aroused by Chyna being able to fight against men, and I always hoped for some kind of crossover where the female gladiators would take on the male contestants, but never really saw any of that (outside of that game where they shoot a cannon at the different contestants). I also remember keeping Kiana Tom's Flex Appeal on whenever it came on, along with any female fitness competition that I would happen to stumble across. I also used to love going to magazine stores, libraries, or book stores, and would immediately seek out material on muscular women. Very rarely would I ever buy anything though, just thought it was too risky. If I did get a magazine, I may stash it for a bit but then throw it out. Not that they were anything great, just basic female fitness magazines (super awkward to purchase as well).

In terms of getting into the bigger bodybuilders, I definitely remember that being a product of going down the rabbit hole on the internet. Chyna started it off, and I'd just steal off to the family computer to look up pictures of her, and then it just kind of developed from there. The FTVideo sample pic page was my go-to. I just remember it being a huge rush to sneak off, and I was as careful as possible about it as to not get caught. If my family left to go on longer trips or something, I remember printing off pictures on the printer, and storing them in my room. I also remember that one day I checked my stash and it was gone. Freaked out, and I know my mom would have thrown it all out when she was cleaning, but it was never discussed. Definitely had some doozies in there that would have been super-embarrassing to discuss (such as Colette Guimond pec pics), so I'm happy it never came to that. I never really looked up anything all that risque; some nudity but no porn, mostly just bikini pics and such. Once I got my own computer though all bets were off lol.

Oh man, ftvideo's sample page and WPW's page were crucial also as a 90s kid. Unrealmuscle.com had all these reviews of ftvideo dvds with sample clips too that I obsessed over. Amg-lite also had a ton, I'll never forget the day they got those new 2005-era clips of Gina Davis too. I also remember saving up money in the mid-2000s and sending herbiceps cash in an envelope for a subscription, before I ever had a credit card haha. Was a game changer once I got access months later. Overall pretty tough on a kid to have to sneak around, but luckily the only times I was ever caught was when a friend found a pic of Elena Seiple on my desktop, but he was cool about it haha. Another time a buddy saw herbiceps in my address bar history, and he totally was familiar with the site. Was nice to know I wasn't alone lol.

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

**Early 2000s , we have a second computer at home, my parents had their laptop for work, my sisters and i had another for homework, one day i decided to use my parents laptop, and found a huge gallery of denise masino and autumn raby (you know what kind of pics). I saw it for a few minutes i was drop jaw, before my parents get back home turn it off and act like nothing happened but my heart and mind were 1000 mph, days after I use it again and found more pics of other female bodybuilders; at beginning i thought it was my dad, but weeks later i openned the door very quietly and saw my mom you know "watching" those pics. It change my way to see women. Fun fact years later(2018)I saw denise masino at the san diego comic-con I didnt talked to her, I got freezed in front of her, my mom picked me up with my friends and she asked: what we saw during the day, and one of my friends said: we saw a huge muscle lady and mike(me) was with the jaw on the floor they were making jokes about that on the back seats. my mom asked if we took a pic I turn to my mom and and said: No, but it was denise masino My mom turned very very red At that moment she realized that i knew about the pics she saved on the lap top and here I am today sharing with you how I got started thanks mom and denise and autum

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

I remember that I was a child and on television there was a program called "contrast" where they showed the life of a girl with obesity and another bodybuilder girl, from that moment on that type of bodies caught my attention, now I draw muscular girls when I can

Feb 01, 2021 - permalink

**Early 2000s , we have a second computer at home, my parents had their laptop for work, my sisters and i had another for homework, one day i decided to use my parents laptop, and found a huge gallery of denise masino and autumn raby (you know what kind of pics). I saw it for a few minutes i was drop jaw, before my parents get back home turn it off and act like nothing happened but my heart and mind were 1000 mph, days after I use it again and found more pics of other female bodybuilders; at beginning i thought it was my dad, but weeks later i openned the door very quietly and saw my mom you know "watching" those pics. It change my way to see women. Fun fact years later(2018)I saw denise masino at the san diego comic-con I didnt talked to her, I got freezed in front of her, my mom picked me up with my friends and she asked: what we saw during the day, and one of my friends said: we saw a huge muscle lady and mike(me) was with the jaw on the floor they were making jokes about that on the back seats. my mom asked if we took a pic I turn to my mom and and said: No, but it was denise masino My mom turned very very red At that moment she realized that i knew about the pics she saved on the lap top and here I am today sharing with you how I got started thanks mom and denise and autum

That is a great fuckin story

Feb 02, 2021 - permalink

@tjboy2020 - great story.

Feb 02, 2021 - permalink

I remember that I was a child and on television there was a program called "contrast" where they showed the life of a girl with obesity and another bodybuilder girl, from that moment on that type of bodies caught my attention, now I draw muscular girls when I can

You should post your work sometime man. I try to draw them too for practice, it is a lot of fun ;)

Feb 02, 2021 - permalink

You should post your work sometime man. I try to draw them too for practice, it is a lot of fun ;)

of course dude! but I have to wait a week :P

Feb 02, 2021 - permalink

That is a great fuckin story

thanx

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Feb 03, 2021 - permalink

If I remember correctly, I first fell in love with the women on American Gladiator and the random FBBs I would see on talk shows. When I started internetting heavily, there were a few morph videos on MySpace (I believe it was Lynn McCrossin and Paulina Talus) that I would frequent.

Then, when it comes to female muscle art and cartoons, this specific picture of Tetsuko is what fully sparked my obsession. I went on a rampage after that lol

Feb 03, 2021 - permalink

Kay Baxter.

Feb 03, 2021 - permalink

Kay Baxter.

She did not start me, but was a part of the evolution as female muscle got bigger. She was my favorite when I was in high school and early college. Others came along later to challenge her, but she ruled the front and middle 80's and beyond.

Feb 05, 2021 - permalink

Thst episode of spongebob where sandy gets buff lol. It didn't flick my furry switch (thank god) but ive loved muscle girls everyday since

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