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    Jodie Marsh - thumbs up or down?

    I read the Sun - not the best paper I know but the most entertaining anyway! - and Jodie Marsh is in there a lot. And I have to say, I admire her a lot for doing the weight lifting. Yes she may be a bit vain, etc, but how much self discipline and stamina must she have!

    I admire her, and occasionally I wish I had her figure (not necessarily the giant boobs, orange tan, face or hair) but the muscle mass business I find looks really good.

    Am I the only one?!!!

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    admire the fact she weight lifts but the plastic surgery is a bit daft tbh

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    I think she is ok tbh, she is doing something she feels passionate about instead of being in the paper for gettin ger boobs out or gettin in fights

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinni View Post
    admire the fact she weight lifts but the plastic surgery is a bit daft tbh
    Ye her boobs look really weird haha like they are stuck on

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    Quote Originally Posted by saminnotts
    I think she is ok tbh, she is doing something she feels passionate about instead of being in the paper for gettin ger boobs out or gettin in fights
    Exactly, It takes a lot of determination and will power

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    I don't like the look of bulging muscles on men or women.It does nothing for me.
    I like a woman to look like a woman.With some of these body building woman they look more like a man.

    Don't like.
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    I get what you mean by it looks weird on a woman but i admire her for doin something she loves and is clearly good at

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    Yeah she's not being famous for page 3 no more. Doing something more dignified imo

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    If you want it enough you won't keep finding excuses to not do it.

    What fits your schedule better -- Exercising 1 hour a day or being f** 24 hours a day?”

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    I still think it's her way of getting attention.

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    a unique way though lol

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    I am over 50 I wonder how long it would take me to get a few muscles.Not to that extreme by using protein shakes etc but just by doing weights every day.
    When I was working I used to lift heavy boxes and do Kettlebells and had some lovely arm muscles now they have gone.

    Going to google over 50 weight lifting.
    If you want it enough you won't keep finding excuses to not do it.

    What fits your schedule better -- Exercising 1 hour a day or being f** 24 hours a day?”

    "I don’t think there’s any excuse for women not to stay in shape. We just need to stop gorging, put on our trainers, and use some self-control. No one else is going to do it for us." Linda Barker

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    Quote Originally Posted by gettingfit View Post
    I am over 50 I wonder how long it would take me to get a few muscles.Not to that extreme by using protein shakes etc but just by doing weights every day.
    When I was working I used to lift heavy boxes and do Kettlebells and had some lovely arm muscles now they have gone.

    Going to google over 50 weight lifting.
    No reason why you can't! Go for it!

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    She loves the attention, admittedly and her boobs look hideous. I like the muscles! I don't like too much of them, but I think it's good. I wish I had the willpower, who knows I might buy some shakes! lol

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    A couple of years ago I thought she was just a Jordan wannabe.
    But now she's opened up a bit about her life and what she's been through I have nothing but admiration for her.
    She done amazingly well bodybuilding in such a short time and she looks really happy now.
    I think she uses the media to get to where she wants to be but also for good causes aswell which is only a good thing.
    Jodie marsh has taught me to never judge a book by it cover.

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