OMG, she must have strong hitting.
ooooch is she really a woman?
wow, thats hard work ! i like here , very nice
Can’t help but notice it’s cold outside
1st.On the hand on (your) left, that’s her right, there is a black line between the end of the hand and the start of breast
2nd. how could anyone lift such a weight and still look up like nothing happened, possibly wondering “is that a plane or superman”
3rd. if the above truly happens, then why would you put make up on just to look up the sky in a photo
4rd. breasts are too big and too low to be muscle
Last. The chest does not go well with the dress. It even tops it on her right (your left) just above the shoulder
she is superwomen.
could be implants.
maybe she’s strong enough to maintain her face’s composure.
If there were no ‘shoulders’ on the dress it still stay there, it’s stretched so tight.
i need sexy video
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Also, her neck is impossibly long. If she didn’t have the muscle on the side, she would look like a giraffe.
Her name is Janice Ragain (sometimes competed under the name Janice Killion) and she was on the bodybuilding scene between approximately 1981 through 1989. She worked at a gift shop in the early 90s in Santa Monica.
Steve Wennerstrom, a well known photographer in the bodybuilding scene, wrote the following about Janice:
Janice was ahead of her time, although she fit in nicely while she competed. She would be considered good even by today’s standards. Janice was a sweetheart, but could appear possessed in her level of training intensity in the gym. Her pain threshold was thru the roof! And once she started her daily training rituals, you did not disturb or interrupt her. She trained much of the time with Rick Valente (who would appear regularly on an ESPN morning exercise show for several years). Even the great Tom Platz was impressed with her intensity. But the hard work brought notable results. Originally from Missouri, I first met Janice at the 1982 Mid-America contest in Texas. At the time she was married and competed under the name Janice Killion. She had already won the 1981 Missouri Championship, and at the ’82 Mid-America in Dallas, she won her class, but lost the overall posedown to fellow class winner Lori Bowen. Later that year Janice won the overall at the Mid-USA in Wichita, Kansas. She got her first dose of reality at the 1982 Nationals when she finished 18th in the lightweight class. The finish must have lit a fire in her as she soon moved to Venice after a brief stay of a few months in Nevada on the way to the beaches of California. It was then she began training with Valente and really made notable improvement in her overall look. She won the overall NPC Los Angeles in 1984, and quickly followed up with a win at the annual Ms. Venice Beach. Her next visit to the Nationals (in 1984) brought a whole different result. She won the light-heavyweight class (before that class was discontinued in 1987), and the magazine coverage began in earnest. This was a time when all the industry magazines covered women’s bodybuilding heavily and fitness and figure were still years away from widespread popularity. She made regular appearances in FLEX, Ironman, Muscular Development, and Muscle Training Illustrated. She was also featured more than once in Women’s Physique World, along with the cover photo you posted. Ragain’s primary pro efforts came in the IFBB Pro Worlds (which was sadly discontinued), and the Ms. Olympia. The Pro World contest was most competitor friendly to Janice as she placed third in 1986 behind Juliette Bergmann (1st) and Diana Dennis (2nd). In 1988 she finished second at the Pro Worlds to Dona Oliveira – who also won the World Mixed Pairs title with Sean Jenkins. At the Ms. Olympia Ragain had a tougher time. In 1986 she placed sixth. In ’87 she placed seventh, and in ’88 she dropped to 14th. That placing staggered Ragain and her desire began to wane. At the 1989 Pro Worlds (the last before it was discontinued), Ragain suffered a career-ending blow when she bottomed out at 20th in a field of 28 competitors and won by Diana Dennis. Following that result she faded from the scene and we lost one of the jewels of the sport. I have lost track of Janice, and the last time I saw her (in the early 90′s), she was working in a gift shop in Santa Monica….still in great shape and still with her unmistakable wide smile.
OMG! She’s very much strong….
this is 2 the 2nd comment above mine. wtf how do you know all that and why did u put that there on one looking at this really cares.
this is also for the 9th one up saying its fake
its not fake u dumb shit that black line is the end of the grip on the barbell………