What makes muscle girls so popular? I guess there is just something about a well developed female biceps shot that draws attention. It seems that anything different or unusual will always get a certain amount of attention, but I think there is a little more to this particular situation.
You see, muscle gives your body the shape that most people want, and that becomes even more apparent if there is very little body fat covering that muscle. From teenage muscle chicks that are lifting weights for high school or college sports to adult muscle women who compete in body building contests, there is always an audience for an athletic, shapely body.
Years ago many women would starve themselves to lose weight and look fit. Some would (and still do) go for a walk every day to help melt the pounds.
Today many women are aware that lifting weights not only gives their bodies the shape they desire, but also helps them to burn the extra body fat they don’t want. While the idea of being a muscle babe might not have been appealing to many women in the past, I think the stigma associated with that label has largely disappeared. Now teenage muscle girls often get started with weight lifting in high school sports, where they quickly see results that they like. They continue to lift weights and eat right as they grow older so that they can maintain the muscular, athletic look and all the benefits that come with it.
I am sure that most of us are aware that there are many, many men who find muscle chicks extremely attractive. In fact, most women bodybuilders and fitness competitors have websites where people can come and look at the hot bodies they have built.
Some are free and only have tasteful pictures from competitions and other photo shoots, but many are not so innocent. Some muscle women who know how much demand there is to see their bodies, take advantage of that demand by charging money for access into their sites, where people can see pictures and movies of them in various stages of undress. This is a very lucrative business decision for many who do this, but many muscle girls are not willing to show their bodies in that manner for money.
I also want to point out that most women who lift weights do it to stay healthy and to look good. It is a hobby for them and they have no desire to compete or make money from the bodies they have built. For them, being a muscle babe is about looking great just for the sake of looking great. Some may or may not enjoy the attention that female muscle bodybuilding brings, but it will always be there.
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