Thursday, September 19, 2019

Ultraviolet: Strike a pose

Ultraviolet Area Orion
UV has been cooped up and busy, but she’s happy we’re letting her out for a bit. We promise to let her out to play more often.

Nataliya Kuznetsova Could Be A Force If She Decides To Compete At 2020 Ms. Olympia

The resurgence of the 2020 Ms. Olympia competition is already receiving lots of attention!

Natalia Kuznetsova

FitnessVolt: During Olympia weekend it was announced that the Ms. Olympia competition would be coming back in 2020 and people are already talking about the possibilities for the Women’s Open division. Iris Kyle was the last Ms. Olympia champion of which she won a record ten titles.

Natalia KuznetsovaBut, the very last Ms. Olympia competition was back in 2014, so fast forward six years later and we’ll have a new field of competitors. And taking one look at Russian bodybuilder Nataliya Kuznetsova; it’s not hard to see that she would fit well in the Open division.

The 28-year-old certainly has good genetics, plus plenty of size and development to be a strong contender. She’s the heaviest known female pro bodybuilder (and probably the strongest, as she was an armlifting and bench press world champion in 2014 and 2015) so standing out isn’t an issue for her.

But, that doesn’t necessarily mean she’d compete at the 2020 Ms. Olympia competition. In fact, she apparently doesn’t intend too either. So, we’re only bringing up the possibility (which is always there).

The 2020 Ms. Olympia competition will be highly anticipated and although it’s way too early to know if Kuznetsova will decide to compete. But there’s no doubt she could be a serious contender in the Women’s Open division.

As mentioned before though, Nataliya Kuznetsova said she had no plans to compete at the Ms. Olympia competition but we’ll continue to follow her progress throughout the year because you just never know what could happen in professional bodybuilding!

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Bodybuilder Bride Wants a Dress That Will Show off Her Gains

Say Yes To The Dress: Melissa Pearo is proud of her muscular body and is looking for a wedding dress that will make her shoulders and arms look as wide as possible. Watch Full Episodes of Say Yes To the Dress Here:

Friday, September 6, 2019

Previewing the Biggest Night in Women’s Bodybuilding

Wings of strength bodybuilding
DIGITAL MUSCLE: A rousing battle of champions and a powerful display of muscle in motion comes to the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Chandler, Arizona, when the most muscular females on the planet vie for the 2019 IFBB Wings of Strength Rising Phoenix World Championships on September 6-7. At stake is $100,000 in total prize money—$50,000 to the winner, plus all that goes with being hailed the best built woman bodybuilder in the world.

Helle Trevino
Helle Trevino Looks to Re-Claim Phoenix
The title is open, as Alina Popa, last year’s champ, will not defend her crown. Two former winners, “Marvelous” Margie Martin and Helle Trevino, are pumped and ready to take her place, but with 18 shapely superwomen set to compete, anyone can hit her peak and flex her way into the money.

Nobody knows the field better than Popa, who left her posing suit for a full-time job at Wings of Strength, the Jake Wood company that’s responsible for the spectacular revival of competitive women’s bodybuilding over the past five years. Alina now spends her days organizing bodybuilding events rather than prepping for them. So, who better to consult for an onstage view of the top contenders that will be trading biceps shots in Arizona.


Strong Woman: Hollywood Mogul Dany Garcia’s Pro Bodybuilding Career Goes Hand-In-Hand With Her Business Success

Dany Garcia
FORBES: Dany Garcia is one of the top executives in Hollywood — Founder, CEO, and Chairwoman of The Garcia Companies and TGC Management and Co-Founder of Seven Bucks Productions, alongside her business partner and management client Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Dany Garcia
Dany Garcia attends the
"Skyscraper" New York premiere
at AMC Loews Lincoln Square
This year alone, Garcia has shepherded global box office hits like “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” and the groundbreaking television series “The Titan Games.” High-profile projects currently in the pipeline include “Jumanji: The Next Level,” “Jungle Cruise” and a remake of “Big Trouble In Little China.” Her “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle,” released in 2017, is the highest-grossing film in Sony Pictures’ storied history.

But Garcia’s life doesn’t start and finish on red carpets and in Hollywood boardrooms. In 2014, she earned her designation as a professional bodybuilder. She has spent the last nine months training and preparing to compete in the Rising Phoenix Wings of Strength women's pro national qualifier, which runs on September 7. A win would earn her the opportunity to compete in the 2020 Olympia, which she calls “the Super Bowl of bodybuilding around the world.”

In the final weeks leading up to her competition, Garcia has been hyper-focused — eating seven carefully planned meals a day as she works to lower her body fat to performance level. Each day also includes three cardio workouts, a meticulous two-hour training session in the gym and multiple posing practice sessions along with massage, chiropractic adjustments, infrared saunas, stretching, meditation — and naps. Read more >>

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