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Women Body Builders How big is too big This is the question that you need to consider when looking at women who bodybuild Recently more and more women are becoming interested in this sport and a considerable number of women in the United States as well as many other countries have been working out to perform in contests As you look at the difference between the female and male bodys structure while lifting weights mens bodies are more likely to hold more muscle and bulk than a females Nowadays women who play in sports have some various forms of weight training Some lift at different times during the year while others lift throughout the year The capabilities of the womens muscular system applied to heavy weight training have not be studied completely The women we watched in the video were huge and enormous compared to many men Most of these women in the video worked by helping others by being nutritional guides or helping others work out They did this because they didnt have a lot of time to go find jobs other places and that when they were done they could stay right where they were and lift weights afterward These women would then spend hours upon hours in the gym and would lift weights to gain muscle mass Some of these had trainers but most didnt because they couldnt afford to with the jobs they had These women in the video said that they didnt take additives or steroids Today both in mens and womens bodybuilding the use of these drugs is prevalent In the video we watched the amateurs even looked liked they were taking the drugs At the pro-level it is even worse A lot of them will not admit to it but everyone knows With bodybuilding people want to see the freaks and thats how the industry makes its money If they didnt take drugs they wouldnt be freaks
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