Natalia Kuznetsova Is Back And Bigger Than Ever - Generation 💖 [21 FILES :: 631 MB] #jQ0ODJhMmY1

8 nov. 2017 · After winning European bench press and deadlift titles Russian lifter Natalia Kuznetsova retired, and now after an 18-month absence she’s back – and bigger than ever. The 26-year-old started training at the age of 14 in order to gain a few extra pounds. Under the guidance of her coach Alexei Ivanov, her progress escalated quickly. Kuznetsova began powerlifting at fourteen years of age in an attempt to gain muscle mass. She graduated from Moscow State Academy of Physical Culture in 2013. Trukhina is sponsored by the sports nutrition brands Oxytropin and RPS Nutrition. In 2019, she signed a contract with RichPiana 5% Nutrition. 8 nov. 2017 · The 26-years-old mighty Natalia Kuznetsova from Russia retired after winning the European benchpress and deadlift titles, she’s returning to the sport after an 18-month hiatus. The 5′ 7″, 198-pound athlete, also set three world records each for the deadlift (530lb or 37st 12 lb) and bench press (375lb or 26st 11lb) and. 23 sept. 2022 · Nataliya Kuznetsova is a female bodybuilder that has gained a massive following over the years because of his ripped physique. Kuznetsova is an IFBB Professional bodybuilder but has not competed in years. She has also dabbled in powerlifting during her career. Nataliya Kuznetsova's physique is both insanely impressive and terrifying. I'd like to see her compete in Ms Olympia now that women's open bodybuilding is back. Related Topics Bodybuilding Weightlifting Strength training Fitness Fitness and Nutrition commentssorted by Best Top New. 29 févr. 2020 · Kuznetsova is an accomplished bodybuilder in her own right. Born in Russia in 1991, at just 28 she holds multiple world records in bench press and deadlift titles. She is also the heaviest known female bodybuilder in the world, which, when compared to pictures of her from her childhood, is really something astonishing to look at. Nataliya Kuznetsova, also spelt Natalia (née Trukhina; born July 1, 1991), is a Russian professional female bodybuilder and powerlifter. Biography [ edit ] Kuznetsova began powerlifting at fourteen years of age [1] in an attempt to gain muscle mass .