Thursday, June 6, 2019

Female bodybuilding Kay Baxter Professional career :

Female bodybuilding Kay Baxter Professional career
Kay Baxter was a pioneer female bodybuilder. Baxter competed in women's bodybuilding from 1979 to 1986, competing in four IFBB Ms. Olympia competitions between 1982 and 1985. She was inspirational for many up-and-coming female bodybuilders, especially those who desired a physique that would be large and muscular even by bodybuilding standards. She was a groundbreaker in making wrestling videos and short action movies that catered to fans of women's bodybuilding. Baxter also trained singer David Lee Roth. 

In 1979 she won the U.S. Women's Championship for Bodybuilding. She was a gymnast at Kent State University, and didn't take up bodybuilding until she was in her 30s. She was born in Monroe County, Ohio, and died in a tragic car accident.
Born : October 3, 1945 Monroe County, Ohio
Died : May 16, 1988 (aged 42) Los Angeles, California
Pro-debut : NPC Gold's Classic, 1979
Best win : 1981 NPC Gold's Classic Champion, 1981
Active : Unofficially Retired in 1986

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