Your number 1 companion on the journey of world discovery The previous women have proved that bodybuilding is not a sport that only men can do They are incredibly amazing right? So… are you curious about who are they and where are they from? The answer will be in today Now, let’s come with 11 most muscular woman in human history
11. Nikki Fuller
Nikki Fuller, born in 1968, and is an American bodybuilder She is 1.73m tall and weighs 91kg, whose arm’s diameter reaching up to 53.3cm. That’s why Nikki Fuller is ranked in the 4th position in the list of the women having the most beautiful arms back at that time.
She is born and raised in her hometown – America and have got many gold medals by enrolling in many bodybuilding competitions in North America and Pacific Ocean What an admirable achievement right?
10. Virginia Sanchez
Virginia Sanchez is not only a bodybuilder, she is also a personal trainer. Hailing from Madrid, she has been working out since she was 17 years old. She won her first competition when she was only 19 years old.
Today, she is in her 40’s, and she has 17.5-inch biceps and 27-inch quads. This is very impressive. What is more impressive is that she is only 5’3″. The fact that she can carry around this much muscle on such a tiny frame is pretty much amazing.
9. Joanna Clare Thomas
Joanna Clare Thomas, born in 1976 in UK. Her childhood dream was to become a professional bodybuilder after she read a health magazine. However, her body was pretty skinny when she grew up.
So in order to achieve her dream, Joanna had to spend lots of effort on training and working out her body. And proudly, she is one of a few teenagers who received the IFBB certificate at the age of 21.
About her career, she also got many incredible prizes in many bodybuilding competitions, included many championship competitions taken place in England as well
8. Renee Campbell
Renee Campbell, a British national champion who currently weighs 85kg, works out for two hours a day, five times a week. The 43-year-old self-confessed ‘Bigorexic’ also consumes 4,200 calories a day in the form of chicken, rice and vegetables and even carries a pair of scales with her so she can weigh her food in restaurants.
Currently, she weighs 100kg but still wanna enlarge her muscles onto another level When Renee won her first title, she was only training for four years. She placed first in the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship.
7. Brigita Brezovac
Brigita Brezovac has been competing in bodybuilding events since 2001. She is so built and muscular, that during a 2004 competition, she was turned away from a Fitness Class Category during a competition because the judges argued that she was too muscular to compete.
After that day, she spent most of her time lifting weights so that she could dominate the Female Bodybuilding League. This is exactly what she did until she retired in 2013. Her hard work definitely paid off, and she was ranked the 5th best female bodybuilder by the professional league.
6. Nataliya Kuznetsova
Nataliya Kuznetsova – 29 years old from Russia. She was first introduced as a bodybuilder at the age of 15. Looking at her biceps, nobody believes that she started her career when she was only 40kg and at the moment, she is now 90kg and the number will possibly increase in the future as her biceps still develop strongly every day.
And currently, her arm’s diameter is 47cm Nataliya Kuznetsova is a bright model for us to look up, especially those who wanna break their limit and work harder.
Accordingly, Nataliya Kuznetsova has made herself recorded in the international charts in Crimea 2014 when she could lift up a dumbbell weighing up to 240kg using her bare hands and a 170kg dumbbell when lying on a bench, besides that, she also got many other amazing prizes in her career as well
5. Kristy Hawkins
Kristy Hawkins is a very beautiful woman and proves that big things come in very small packages. She has 140 pounds of rock hard muscle, which she carries around on her 5’4″ frame. It is impossible not to stare at her.
The countless hours that she has spent in the gym has made it possible for her to squat 400 pounds. That is the equivalent of her squatting Shaquille O’Neal! It takes a lot of time and dedication to get a physique like this.
4. Debi Lazewski
Debi Lazewski, Born in 1969 Wausau, Wisconsin, U.S Debi is living proof that you are never too old to do anything. When she was 45 years old, she ranked third best female bodybuilder in the world in professional bodybuilding.
Her success is likely due to her intense training regimen that has helped her build an outrageous amount of muscle and strength. Her workout sessions have made it possible for her to curl an 85-pound child. According to several bodybuilding analysts, she still hasn’t reached her peak as a competitor. Who knows what we will see from Debi in the future.
3. Yaxeni Oriquen
Yaxeni Oriquen started out as a super skinny Venezuelan fashion model in her teens and early twenties. When the novelty of fashion modeling wore off, she became a beautiful woman with colossal muscles. Today, she is 48 years old and has one of the most amazing physiques in female bodybuilding today. She has been earning achievements in bodybuilding for two decades. Currently, she is ranked the second on the women’s pro ranking list. Her physique and her muscles say it all.
2. Alina Popa
Alina Popa has been working out for over 15 years. According to Alina, part of the reason for her colossal physique is due to lifting extremely heavy weights at least 5 days a week. She weighs just 160 pounds, and she can squat almost 400 pounds.
That is almost 4 times her weight and it is the same thing as squatting two grown men. Also, there are many grown men who cannot squat at least a quarter of this weight. Alina Popa is very impressive and shows it each time she competes.
1. Iris Kyle
Iris Kyle, born in 1974. She deserves to rank at the 1st place in this list Of all the bodybuilders in history, Iris Kyle is the most successful. She has won 10 Olympia titles. Her stats are the best around, even compared to those in the men’s professional league.
Her shocking muscle definition and symmetry have been helping her win contests since 1994. After Iris won her 10th Olympia championship, she announced her retirement. Today, she still remains an icon and an ambassador for the sport. She is also a role model for women who are just starting out in bodybuilding. Which ladies are you most impressed with?