Among the most committed athletes in the greater fitness sector, women bodybuilders are among the best. Whether they are heavyweight women bodybuilders or youthful female bodybuilders, these athletes push their bodies equally as hard as their male counterparts.
Apart from maintaining their body, these women have also been maintaining their beauty at the same time. These are some of the Hottest Female athletes present in the world.
Here is the list of top 5 hottest Women Body builders.
5. Wendy Lindquist
One of the world’s sturdiest bodybuilders, Wendy began her professional career in Canada’s British Columbia.
She no longer participates in as many competitive bodybuilding competitions as she formerly did since she is now concentrating on her job as a fitness model.
But she did win several bodybuilding contests over the years, and all you have to do is take a look at her biceps to see why she was such a success as a pro.
4. Debi Laszewski
American bodybuilder Debi Laszewski, born on September 29, 1969, is now retired. According to the IFBB Pro Women’s Bodybuilding Ranking List, she is the third-best female bodybuilder.
Laszewski has finished in the top six of each Ms. International and Ms. Olympia competition conducted since that year. Laszewski came in second place in the 2012 Ms. Olympia, coming in second place to Iris Kyle.
She had never given a better performance in a professional IFBB competition, and Iris Kyle, the current champion, was seen to be seriously vulnerable to her.
She said in interviews that the reason she was allowed to advance was because she talked to judges and discovered that their perception of her muscle mass was that it diminished her feminine form.
3. Pauline Nordin
Pauline Nordin, who was born on July 23, 1982, is a fitness model, Pro Figure competitor, actor, fitness instructor, and journalist. She was born in Ystad, Sweden, and began training in 1999 before entering competitions in 2002.
For fitness publications, she both writes and models. Pauline was the Swedish trainer for the season of The Biggest Loser, and her contestants took first place. Pauline writes for Bodybuilding.com as well.
In 2007, she established her fitness company, Fighterdiet, which offers exercises, her own diet philosophy, challenges, and support groups to help people develop and uphold healthy habits for life.
2. Cory Everson
Corinna “Cory” Everson, an American bodybuilding champion and actress, was born on January 4, 1958. From 1984 until 1989, Everson won the Ms. Olympia competition six times in a row.
Corinna Kneuer graduated from high school in Deerfield, Illinois, after being born in Racine, Wisconsin. She went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she excelled in a variety of sports (gymnastics, track & field and badminton).
She met Jeff Everson, a professional bodybuilder who served as a strength coach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, while she was a student there. In 1982, they got hitched. The Eversons established Sampson and Delilah, a prosperous mail-order apparel company, while they were still married.
After graduating, Everson started taking her bodybuilding training seriously and advanced quickly. She and Jeff initially worked out at Ernie’s Gym on Sherman Avenue in Madison.
She won the Ms. Olympia competition on her debut, and from 1984 until 1989, when she stopped competing, she went unbeaten.
1. Oksana Grishina
Oksana Grishina, a former gymnast and professional fitness competitor, was born in Russia on March 25, 1978. After winning ten straight Arnold Classic events and her fourth consecutive Ms. Fitness Olympia title, she announced her retirement from professional fitness in 2017.
A professional pole sport championship is held at the Mr. Olympia in Las Vegas, and a pro-am pole fitness tournament is held at the Legion Sports Fest in Long Beach, California. Grishina presently operates a pole fitness competition league called Oksana Grishina’s O.G. Pole Fitness.