Monday, 30 September 2013

C. Moore Glootz's Fun From Rear: Suzy

C. Moore's number 1 muscle butt babe right now is SEXZY SUZY KELLNER.

She's my muscle butt girl becos she's HOT and all, but check it out, she was anorexic before, and saved herself by becoming a super ripped and sexzy muscle babe. They should make weight training the treatment for all the sick skinny types. Put it on the NHS and make the world a better place for C. Moore while saving lives. TRUE.

Signed up first member for her new website. If you dig a super sexzy muscle babe showing herself off and LOVIN IT, it's gold. Plenty of buttcercising, butt flexing, butt stroking, and general butt display. My hands ain't been above the table once.

Been tweeting with her and that. These things usually end with a restraining order against C. Moore but Suzy's almost as dirty as me so maybe not this time.

My number 1 pic of my number 1 muscle butt babe. Why? Are you asking?! Look at that body perfection. All wet and shiny too. And she's gonna be NOOD real soon. There would be serious trouble with the authorities if C. Moore was on that beach.

Check out her website preview. Get some tissues first.


C. Moore

Sunday, 29 September 2013

C. Moore Glootz's Fun from Rear

All different now. ALL GOOD! Muscle butt babes snapping theirselves on their phones and sending to C. Moore all day every day. I don't get out of bed 'cept for turning the wifi off and on again after thirty seconds. So much muscle butt talent out there and the world is waking up to wot C. Moore's known all along...

Muscle butts women are man's TRUE DREAM.

The pros doing selfies is the BOMB! Mmmmmajor glooooootage!

Dat pic of Shannon. Hospitalised me. For real.

C. Moore

Saturday, 28 September 2013

C. Moore Glootz's Fun from Rear

C. Moore Glootz is a UK-based female muscle fan in his late thirties who was first alerted to the beauty of the muscular female behind as a teenager.

When we asked C. Moore for a bit of bio, he sent us the picture above with the message "This is not me. But this is TOTALLY me!"

So, with some trepidation, this week FMS hands over to our latest guest editor.

I blame the WPW Back Page for my female muscle butt addiction.

Left to right: Jitka, Paula, Tazzie aka breakfast, lunch and dinner. Yum yum.

Lenda Murray NOOD! Sweet muscle butt heaven.

There ain't enough oil in the world for the plans I made for that bootiful behind...

C. Moore sez see ya tomorra!

Friday, 27 September 2013

FMS Ms O Countdown: The Contender

Today, the thirteen competitors (hopefully there won't be any last-minute dropouts) for the 2013 Ms Olympia will take the stage in Las Vegas. Some one of them will do so truly believing that they can beat Iris Kyle, but only one of them will line up knowing that she can beat Iris Kyle. That woman is, of course, Yaxeni Oriquen.

Yaxeni has beaten Iris in competition twice. Once at the Ms International in 2002, and once on the Olympia stage, in 2005. Not much to hang your hat on, but it's good to know that though it may seem that Iris is, to all intents and purposes, 'unbeatable', this is not necessarily the case. It just takes twenty-five years of dedication to the sport, nearly twenty years of professional experience, perhaps a bit of luck, and one remarkable woman from Venezuela!

She is the youngest of nine children, and a former actress and model in her native Venezuela. For twenty-four of her twenty-five years as a bodybuilder, Yaxeni has been a mother. As well as her one Ms Olympia win, she has five Ms International titles. And in the last ten years, she has only finished outside the top 3 at the Olympia on two occasions.

Can Iris be beaten tonight? History suggests not, but at the same time, history also suggests that if anyone can, Yaxeni can. And if this is to be the last Ms O, wouldn't it be fitting if the woman who has given more years of her life to the sport than any other were to be rewarded with the final prize?


Born: Cabimas, Venezuela
Age: 47
Height: 5'7" (1.70)
Best Ms O: Winner 2005
In 2013: 2nd Ms International

Enjoy the show!

Thursday, 26 September 2013

FMS Ms O Countdown: Juanita & Tina

From FMS, February 12th this year: Pros beware. Juanita is coming! Without question, a star of the future. In all probability, the very near future.

I do impress myself sometimes.

And I was patting myself on the back even more in July when Juanita Blaino, in front of her home crowd in Chicago, came second to Monique Jones by a mere point in only her first professional outing, and also carried off the Best Poser prize.

Now, if only Juanita had just stayed in Chicago and prepared for the Olympia, people would be calling me some kind of (crazed, but hey, a fine line and all that) female muscle seer. But she didn't. She went to Tampa a month later, and there, this rising star, whose two most recent results had been her 2012 Nationals win (heavyweight and overall), followed by coming within a point of winning her first pro show... didn't place.


Anyway, I, for one, am optimistic Juanita has enough experience to arrive in Las Vegas with her Chicago self, rather than the Tampa version. She first competed way back in 1988, but took time away from contests after 1994 while her daughter was growing up before returning in 2010. And as they say, form is temporary and class is permanent, and Juanita has a lot of class, so despite her disappointment in Tampa, I expect her to put up a strong showing on her Olympia debut.

And talking of class, Tina Chandler will be appearing at her 4th Olympia since she won her pro card at the Nationals in 2007. That year, Beverly DiRenzo, Nekole Hamrick, Michelle Neil and Kris Murrell were the top four heavyweights. Kristy Hawkins, Brit Miller, Karen Choat and Elena Seiple the top four light -heavyweights, and Hawkins took the overall title. You wouldn't have bet much at the time that six years later it would be Tina, the middleweight class winner, who would be the only one of those women appearing at the Olympia. In fact, of those eight mentioned, only Kristy Hawkins, 7th in 2009, has appeared at the Olympia at all.

Perhaps the reason is Tina's obvious love of her sport. The thing I MOSTLY enjoy about bodybuilding is the innermost challenge I must face each and every time I am to compete and improve, she says. I love having to face my fears and overcome them to get to the next level. This is the ART of bodybuilding and the ART of knowing yourself better than most people admit they want to know!

She is also a passionate advocate for female bodybuilding and an outspoken critic of the IFBB's recent decisions. I really think it's absurd to get rid of bodybuilding. It really makes no sense to me. If they were to do this, let's say hypothetically, don't you think they will run into the same problems in about 3-5 years? The same problem of not having a class for those girls to go to who have been competing at a certain level and have found themselves with a little more muscle than when they began.

Furthermore, Tina is an eloquent campaigner for better prize money for her and her fellow competitors. I am excited to proudly represent the women of our sport and to help bring us higher on the totem pole! I am motivated to TRY and accomplish equal prize winnings for women as it is for men... If Serena and Venus Williams can do it, so can WE.

Swell has to admit, he has a real soft spot for Tina going back a few years now. I can't see her walking off with the title or even making the top six, but on Friday I'll be rooting for this very special lady nonetheless.


Born: Chicago, Illinois
Age: 44
Height: 5'7" (1.70)
Best Ms O: on debut
In 2013: 2nd Chicago Pro, did not place Tampa Pro


Born: Shreveport, Louisiana
Age: 40
Height: 5'4" (1.63)
Best Ms O: 8th 2010
In 2013: 3rd Chicago Pro, 4th Tampa Pro

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

FMS Ms O Countdown: The Europeans

Flying the flag for Europe on Friday will (once again) be Brigita Brezovac of Slovenia, who is appearing in her fourth consecutive Ms Olympia; and the female muscle fan fantasy made flesh that is Alina Popa, competing in her third.

Brigita, it surprised me to learn, actually has a better pro record than Alina. She won the 2010 Battle of Champions in Hartford, and followed that success with victory at the Toronto Pro in 2011, and the same year finished 3rd at the Olympia. In comparison, Alina has no pro wins, and a fourth place last year as her best Olympia result. She has, however, done better at the Ms International, coming third in 2011 and 2012.

But while Brigita may have the results, Alina seems to have that special something that makes us fans go crazy. For three years running she has been voted 'Muscle Goddess of the Year' on the most famous female muscle fan forum (the first rule of which is you do not talk about it). When FMS asked readers who would line-up in their Fantasy Contest, Alina gained more votes than any other woman. If Friday's contest was decided by online fan votes, Alina would only have to turn up to win.

Brigita was, she says, a strong but skinny 14-year-old trying to gain more explosive power for her chosen sport of karate when she first entered a gym. There I saw a photo of Anja Langer, who really impressed me, so I started exercising with weights. Although she went on to become national champion in karate, injuries and study commitments meant giving up the sport, but she didn't give up the training she had been doing in the gym.

As she did last year, Brigita has only competed once in 2013, finishing 4th at the Ms International. She has spent much of the year indulging one of her great loves - travel. This year she has posted photos on her excellent blog from trips to Dubai, San Francisco and New York, as well as time spent back in her native Slovenia, and from Venice Beach, which she calls her second home. Her other great love is fashion, and between trips this year has brought out a range of T-shirts bearing the legend 'Barbie Wants to Be Me' (featured on FMS in May).

Brigita says, Bodybuilding teaches you the greatest discipline and dedication. You realize what a powerful tool your brain is - your willpower will move tons of weight in each workout, you will diet and starve for a higher purpose, put your body through physical and mental stress... Yes, you are really something special if you get through all this.

Few female muscle fans would disagree that Brigita really is something special. It's no wonder that Barbie wants to be her.

Alina has been almost hermitic in 2013. It's hard to see how she could improve on the physique she presented to the Olympia judges in 2011 and 2012, but she's been training at the Armburst ProGym in Colorado (run by the former Mr Heather Policky, who is the kind of guy that makes me, and maybe you too, dear reader, wonder what we did wrong in a previous life), where the two-time Mr Olympia, Phil Heath, also trains. If she's going to find improvement anywhere, it's probably the place.

I LOVE BODYBUILDING, says Alina. It taught me how to fight, how to stay strong against the odds and society's tendency for conformism. It has eventually made me a better human being. I do believe that overcoming obstacles in trying to reach my dreams made me more self-confident and stronger. I know I can achieve whatever I want as long as my goal is true to my nature and comes from that warm place inside me that's filled with love and passion.

There is certainly plenty of love and passion for Alina among female muscle fans. Collectively, there's nobody we'd like more to win. Will Alina emerge from the mountains of Colorado on Friday, bigger and better than ever, to give Europe its first Ms Olympia since Juliette Bergmann twelve years ago? If she does, she'll be the most popular winner since then. Maybe the most popular ever.


Born: Ptuj, Slovenia
Age: 33
Height: 5'4" (1.63)
Best Ms O: 4th 2010
In 2013: 4th Ms International


Born: Br─âila, Romania
Age: 34
Height: 5'7" (1.70)
Best Ms O: 4th 2012
In 2013: has not competed