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5 months 1 week ago #135830 by Ashlee
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YOU have no idea how SHE-MALES invading women's sports really PISS ME OFF to no end!

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4 months 3 weeks ago #136008 by AlexG
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The title of the article sayz it all . . . ;) :laugh: B)

Link: www.t-nation.com/living/sex-lifting-and-sports-performance

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3 months 2 weeks ago - 3 months 2 weeks ago #136359 by AlexG
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If it hasn't been done before,
somehow I think that some clever writer will use this as a mechanism for a muscle growth story. ;) :laugh: B)

Link: www.t-nation.com/diet-fat-loss/tip-it-grows-muscle-too

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2 months 1 week ago #136677 by AlexG
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Expanding contours . . . nuff said! ;) :laugh: B)

Link: www.t-nation.com/opinion/tip-make-room-for-big-bottomed-girls

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2 months 18 hours ago #136710 by AlexG
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Might have posted this before, worth a revisit . . . B)

LInk: www.t-nation.com/training/redefining-the-female-bodybuilder

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2 weeks 2 days ago #137068 by cpbell0033944
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FWIW, I think that female competitve bodybuilding has outlived its usefulness. Now that a generation of women have discovered weights as an alternative to endless cardio on social media and have rejected the notion of muscularity as unfeminine, I think the extreme steroid/GH FBBers of the late '90s and '00sare becoming ever more of an anachronism - what was unfeminine was the square jawlines, ultra-deep voices and prominent brow ridges rather than the muscles themselves.

When I hear women expressing a fear of weight lifting, what I am really hearing is a fear of being powerful. The social ideal tells women to be hungry, manageable, childlike, not demanding space. -- Krista Scott-Dixon, aka Mistress Krista.

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