AGUIRRE: STRENGTH CULTURE PICTORIAL V
People who are not familiar with strength culture will usually think of fit women as girls who are always carved in competition shape, wearing workout clothes and spending lots of time at a gym.
That is, of course, part of it in many cases, yes. But being fit does not exclusively mean to be a competitor at bodybuilding shows, or to dress in gym clothes all the time.
Fitness is a lifestyle, and as such, it can be portrayed in style as well. A woman with an athletic body can be perceived just as elegant and glamorous as a fashion model, but with a touch of strength and confidence that gives it a unique look.
Here are some examples of both competitors and non-competitors who have taken their athleticism to a noticeable level and look, well, fabulous!
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tessa_cardwell01smNPC bikini competitor Tessa Cardwell
tanya_02smTanya Williams (USA), WNBF figure pro competitor
natalia_june01smNatalia June (Mexico), NPC figure competitor
myra_perez04smMyra Perez (USA), personal trainer
melanie002_smFitness model/Entrepreneur Melanie Martinez
lauren_fabsmNPC bikini competitor Lauren Felton
kari_hartmann03smKari Hartmann (USA), IFBB Pro physique competitor
claudia_gonzalez01smClaudia Gonzalez (Mexico), figure competitor
ashley_cop01smFitness model/Marketing executive Ashley Cop
andrea_younger06smNPC figure competitor Andrea Russ Younger
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