PHOTO: Circus “Muscle Girl” Flexing Biceps

On January 27, 2014 by Physical Culturist

As hard to believe as it is these days, this woman was a muscle girl in the circus.

As hard to believe as it is these days, this woman was a muscle girl in the circus.

One Response to “PHOTO: Circus “Muscle Girl” Flexing Biceps”

  • i just wanted to ask soinmhteg i can manage to 3 single handed chinups however i struggle to do 10 with both hands . also when i turn my palms away from me and try pullups even 7-8 are difficult. i follow relativestrenghtadvantage blog and my lats are pretty wide now but no 20 pullups also can i increase my V02 max or is it soinmhteg im born with ? sorry for the long essay cheers

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