Whoever says bodybuilding is only for men must be a liar.
And if you think women who do bodybuilding aren’ t attractive, it cannot be the case.
Bodybuilding is undoubtedly, a sport often associated with men and while there are actually women who do bodybuilding, they are stereotyped as masculine and hence unattractive.
But since women began bodybuilding, there are those who proved that a woman can be attractive, looking s£xy, even with all those bulging muscles.
Modern female bodybuilding began in the late 1970s ane women in the sport have often been accused by some of trying to look like men.
It’ s a fact that the world keep evolving. Not long ago, women couldn’ t vote nor own property but women nowadays can be doctors, lawyers, Presidents.
So women can as well train to develop physiques with a lot of aesthetic muscle and become competitive bodybuilders.
The only difference between the genders is aesthetics. That is, the physical structure of the female body is different from that of the male, so aesthetic standards will definitely be different.
And if bodybuilding judges need to be told that there is a genetic, structural difference between women and men, they are probably not qualified to be judges.
It is also true that the training it takes for a woman to become a champion bodybuilder is pretty much the same as that of a male champion.
With physiological differences, it’ s harder for women to build upper body mass and to get really lean and defined.
But over the years, some women have been able to develop quality bodybuilding physiques in spite of the obstacles they face in the field.
In fact, the difference in body size between most men and women in general is about 13%. But the top male bodybuilders can weigh 100 lbs. or more compared to the women.
So, it’ s a fair conclusion that bodybuilding doesn’ t make the male and between the genders greater!