The most popular female bodybuilder has a name for her clit: a big one.
Gabby Douglas, who holds a personal best of 6-0, is one of the biggest and most dominant female bodybuilders in the world, according to The Huffington Post.
Her 5.45-inch clit is one-fifth of the size of her opponent, former Miss Universe Alicia Machado’s 6-1.5-inch, which is also on par with Machado.
The clit’s size means it can make it difficult for an opponent to get to her crotch, but it also means that Douglas’ opponent has to push hard and keep pushing.
Machado and Douglas have been going at it for years, and it seems like every time the two competitors square off, they have a little bit more in common.
“We always fight,” Douglas said, when asked about their relationship.
“I don’t know, we just fight and compete.”
Douglas also has some big goals for the upcoming season, but there’s a catch: her bodyweight.
While the American’s bodyweight is currently around 200 pounds, she’s been using that number as a guideline for how big her clits should be.
“I’m not trying to be fat,” Douglas explained, “but I do want to be the biggest in the gym.
That’s a goal I’ve had for a long time.”
So, if you’re like me, you’ve heard Douglas’ advice: you don’t want to lose weight.
If you’re a bodybuilder, you don: you want to gain muscle, get bigger and more muscular, and build muscle at the same time.
That way, you’re not stuck with the body you’re currently wearing.
But for a bodybuilding enthusiast, losing weight can be the difference between a healthy and successful career.
For Douglas, gaining weight is part of her bodybuilding journey.
She’s a huge fan of the sport, and the fact that she’s still growing has her looking to make the most of her newfound muscle mass.
Douglas has been working hard to gain the necessary size and strength to compete at a higher level.
The first step, she said, was to get a trainer and see if she could train her muscles in the same way as a body builder.
She found out she could.
She went from the 5-foot-7, 170-pounder she was at her peak, to the 5.25-foot, 170.5 pounder she is today.
It’s not the only thing she’s working on.
She recently made the jump from the 145-pound to 175-pound division.
It was something she wanted to do before she became a bodyweight, but now she feels that’s more realistic.
“It’s definitely something I want to get out of my system before I’m 100 percent, but I think it’s something I’m going to have to work towards,” she said.
“It’s hard for me to go up and down the weight and not make the mistake.
I’m trying to get back to my weight where I can be competitive.”
Doucs body has changed since she started her body weight journey.
For the past two years, she has been doing cardio and strength training, and she also uses the same nutrition strategy as her bodybuilder roots.
But with the introduction of the new “body weight” division, Douglas has gone from one of a few women who had been competing in a smaller division to a champion.
And she’s making the most out of the change, even though it’s not necessarily a big deal for a male bodybuilder.
“I think it helps that I have a lot of women competing, and a lot more people out there competing than a lot [of guys],” Douglas said.
Douglas, like most bodybuilders, is a fan of dieting, and while her diet might not be as strict as some others, she still uses the latest dieting advice.
She has tried to follow a low-carb diet, which she said has helped her lose weight and keep her body lean.
She also doesn’t take supplements, opting instead to follow an all-natural diet that includes foods like bananas, apples, and coconut oil.
“My diet is a whole food, whole plant diet, and I’m doing it for myself,” she explained.
“There’s no carbs in my diet, I don’t take any supplements, I’m not eating processed foods, I eat raw fruits and vegetables and whole foods.”
Douches diet includes mostly fruits and veggies, as well as a lot fewer grains, which are a big part of many bodybuilders’ diet.
She said she enjoys eating all of the food she can find in her grocery store.
“Everything I get, I try to get all of it, and if I don�t have enough, I have to eat something else,”