Biggest Female Bodybuilder - Nataliya Kuznetsova

Nataliya Kuznetsova (Amazonka) is a well-known professional Russian female bodybuilder and world arm lifting champion who lifted countless trophies, and titles and set a number of world records which is harder to brack. Along with that, she is also a world bench press and deadlift champion.

Nataliya Kuznetsova started bodybuilding at a very young age. when she was just 14 years old. At the age at which children do not even think about their careers, she was achieving miles stone in the world of bodybuilding.

Nataliya Kuznetsova was born on 1991, the 1st of July in Chitinsky District, Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. she completed her graduation at the age of 22 from the State Academy of Physical Culture Moscow.

Nataliya Kuznetsova started her carrier at the age of 14 and connected to a gym trainer Alexei Ivanov. she was very passionate about bodybuilding and fitness training. She followed all her diet plans and regular workout strictly and within no time she started participating in bodybuilding championships. Until 2014 she won many World championships arm lifting, powerlifting, and bench press.

As of 2018, Nataliya Kuznetsova was serving as a bodybuilding trainer and in 2019, she got sponsored by the sports nutrition brands Oxytropin and RPS Nutrition.

Nataliya Kuznetsova set many world records which are very difficult to break and becomes the inspiration for many young girls and even boys. She was also viral as the most heavy female bodybuilder on social media. you can determine her fanes following from her Instagram page which is having more than 1 million followers so far.

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