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I like a little "hat."Tara Chandler, 33 Why did you become a bodybuilder? I have a lot of women who look at me and say, "Oh my gosh, you look so great." I say, "I look like this for a small snapshot in time, and then I come out of the show and I eat brownies and I put body fat on." You can't stay this way year-round. Two years — for the nine seconds that I'll be on stage. It's a little bit of a beauty pageant, little bit of a dance recital ... It's huge because our families don't really understand. Jill: All the stresses and the emotional roller coaster of the diet, no one understands better than a girlfriend going through it at the same time. I feel like I've achieved the goal I've been working for — to be here. Kelly Keiser, 31 How long have you been training for this day? How do you describe this scene to people who have never been? With the explosion of social media and having fitness pictures and women who are very inspiring to others posted online, I think we're drawing in a more accepting crowd. Christina: We're both from Canada and we were both at a show in Pittsburgh in 2006, and I phoned her up and said, "Hey, I'm out here too." We just clicked from then on. The doctors told me I have a weak heart and I'd never be able to exercise because they were worried about my heart rate getting up. When you look back at the person you were, what would you say to her? When I have long trials, I crush my rice and chicken into little balls and keep it in my briefcase and just pop it in my mouth when I need it. In the summertime when I wear my blouses, they say, "Oh my god, Terri, you look so big." But it's not negative. It is unfortunate that so many people join dating sites but so few put a fair effort into writing a really good profile that makes them stand out from thousands of other users.
I am not sure why people go through the trouble of signing up and filling all those questionnaires and then post a profile that looks like a copy of any other neutral, boring, profile full of cliches and types.
Bedazzled bikinis are being glued to butts, and the only form of sustenance in sight is peanut butter, the go-to, protein-packed preshow snack. He's like, "My 5'1, 110-pound girl lifts more than me."How did you get the nickname Freak Diesel? On social media they say, "Oh, you look like a man," "Too much muscle, that's gross." They just don't get it. What do you think when you see super-skinny runway models?
It's jarring at first, seeing just how much the human body is capable of. A bodybuilder I used to train with said I was a freak because of how strong I am for my size and like a diesel going full speed ahead.
Even if you work out regularly, it's easy to feel flabby backstage at the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness New York Pro Show.
Everywhere you look, there are professional female bodybuilders with buns of steel and glistening biceps getting spray-tanned a deep Oompa Loompa bronze (it increases muscle definition under the bright stage lights). Some of them are naturally like that, but some of them have issues.
Tired of meeting BOYS who tell me what I want to hear, make and break promises, and aren’t ready for something serious.