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Female Bodybuilders That Prove Muscles Aren't Just For the Guys

Karen Cruz
Karen Cruz

Who says building muscle is only for the guys? While society taught us that the most muscular physiques should belong to male bodybuilders, women can pack on muscle and achieve stunning physiques too. I know you are not surprised by this news anymore cause there are plenty of women out there who are already upping their fitness game and working harder to get the body figure they want. If you badly need the motivation to hit the gym a little harder, these some of the fittest, most built women will definitely inspire you to bring your fitness routine to the next level. Let's be amazed by their stunning physiques together!

Cydney Gillon

Can we all stop and appreciate how amazing Cydney's body is? She has a perfect body! Well, she just won the Figure Olympia title three times, not a big deal. Yes, girl, you read that right, three times! I know you want to ask her right now to be your personal fitness instructor.

Shanique Grant

If you are amazed by Cydney Gillon, prepare yourself to be awed by more ladies. We have a long list, so keep reading. Shanique Grant is a two-time Women's Physique Olympia Winner and a famous influencer with a lot of fans on Instagram. Count me in, cause I can't help admiring how fit her body is.

Lauren Taylor

Every fitness enthusiast will surely envy Lauren Taylor's toned midsection and sculpted shoulders. Her clients are surely lucky to have signed up for a program cause this figure athlete and lifestyle coach will definitely train and help you to achieve a beautiful physique.

Бахар Набиева – Bakhar Nabieva

With some of the biggest legs and one of the smallest waists around, no wonder why Bakhar Nabieva gained 2.8 million followers on Instagram. Many are inspired by her physique that any fitness enthusiast or bodybuilder would kill for.

Nataliya Kuznetsova

This Russian lifter is not your average female bodybuilder. Nataliya Kuznetsova boasts a body that looks unreal. She has a height of 5'7" and a weight of over 220 pounds. She is indeed one of the heaviest known professional female bodybuilders. With her astonishing proportions, no wonder why she has nearly half a million followers on Instagram.

Savannah Prez

Belgium-based fitness star Savannah Prez will inspire you to never skip a workout session especially a leg day once you saw her Instagram feed. Her 638,000 followers on IG are surely motivated to hit the gym harder by the photos of Savannah.

Dana Linn Bailey

Aside from having over two million followers on the 'Gram, Dana Linn Bailey was also the first Women's Physique Olympia champion in 2013. And after years of winning that title, she is still known for her aesthetic physique. She co-owns Warhouse Gym with her husband, Rib Bailey.

Linda Durbesson

A certified PT, Linda Durbesson preaches wellness and health to her more than one million followers on Instagram. Follow her on IG and discover the workouts and tips she shares on her page.

Jessica Buettner

Jessica Buettner is a Canadian powerlifter and pharmacist with a deadlift PR of 545 pounds. That makes her stronger than your average gym buddies. Even though she is a Type 1 Diabetic, that does not stop Jessica from pushing her limits in working out.

Rachelle Carter

Rachelle Carter loves cosplay. If you follow her on Instagram, you will see her fascinating cosplay. She has done Harley Quinn, Link, Poison Ivy, and more. But you will also be astonished by how fit her body is.

And that is the end of our list. I know you are still wowed by these gorgeous and strong women right now, but we would love to know your thoughts! What do you think about these female bodybuilders? Do you think you can achieve their stunning physique too? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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