Most people seem to slow down once they become senior citizens 65 years old in the U. While most seniors take this time to relax, many choose to stay active. This is true for all of the people on this list, who continued to participate in bodybuilding even though they are over 80 years old — several of them still even compete and win.
A female bodybuilder. The idea of a woman being stronger than me, and the sexual possibilities that that entails, is something I find extremely exciting. Johnny, 37, is a technical trainer with the British Army.
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Rebecca Woody, from Missouri, grew up with a fitness fanatic father who was a coach at a local community center. The personal trainer was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, a long-term condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints in Her doctor said the condition meant that she would never be able to take part in bodybuilding competitions and advised her to stop lifting weights, however, she was determined to prove her doubters wrong.
She is also one of the first women of Pakistani descent  to be in body building competition. Gule Sheikh  was born and raised in OttawaOntario. She moved to Toronto in where she attended school and university to pursue Software Development and an aggressive career in Technology. With a competitive streak, Sheikh realized that she was more interested in fitness competitions  and strictly began her journey in pushing towards her goals.
Lisa holds a personal trainer certification through the University of Alaska Anchorage, with more than 4, hours of hands-on experience working with a variety of client needs, from sports teams to post-rehab populations and weight loss, in one-on-one, small group and large group settings. Brynne Chandler is an avid runner, swimmer and occasional weight-lifter who fell in love with all things fitness related while writing TV Animation in Los Angeles. Her passion for healthy living and fascination with nutrition led to taking classes at the University of California Northridge, working with chefs, caterers and inspired her second career writing non-fiction and instructional articles.