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April 2024

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Muscular Mamas

More and more women are pumping serious iron at the gym these days. We explore the sexual benefits and drawbacks of being a female weightlifter.

Some women hit the gym to lose a few pounds, while others lift weights—and in many cases a lot of weight—to put a few pounds of muscle on. Long gone are the days when stay-at-home moms and housewives relied on Jane Fonda workout tapes and a Thigh Master to whip themselves into shape for an undeserving husband. Women have now entered the realm of free weights to mold their bodies into lean, mean, more self-confident machines. Muscle Mommy is one of the latest of the trendy phrases making the rounds on social media, a label used to describe ladies who take great pride in their muscular physiques and sheer strength. These women aren’t fucking around with Pilates and yoga balls. No ma’am, they’re doing heavy workouts and making transformative strides into the arena of bodybuilding and powerlifting. 

“[These sports] empower women because of the physical and emotional benefits they get from squatting and doing deadlifts,” a 27-year-old amateur female bodybuilder who wishes to remain anonymous (so let’s call her Amanda) tells HUSTLERMagazine.com. “There’s no such thing as women getting ‘too big’ or ‘too strong.’”

Unfortunately, not every man agrees. A lot of guys don’t appreciate  a female form that could straight-up whup their asses up and down the street. They might like big boobs, yet they complain that thick, bulging muscles on a woman are unnatural and nothing short of a turn-off. “I’m all for fit women, like volleyball players or the ones that do gymnastics, but no defined six packs and massive biceps,” declares Kevin, 34. Kevin’s far from alone in holding that mindset—not a lot of men have the desire to date jacked Jills. Some of them would even go as far as to call a man’s sexuality into question if he lusts over a lady who’s as muscular as Arnold circa 1970. “If that turns you on, you may need to come out of the closet,” asserts Stanley of Colorado. 

“During competition season is the worst. When I’m in my cut phase, I don’t have much of a sex drive. You’re in an energy deficit, which means your body fat is low and you’re dealing with hormonal changes. You’re also exhausted. Sex is the furthest thing from my mind.”

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