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Research Occupying a Middle Space: Toward a Mestiza Sport Studies Katherine M. Jamieson * 3 2003 20 1 1 16 10.1123/ssj.20.1.1 Posthuman Podiums: Cyborg Narratives of Elite Track and Field Athletes Ted M. Butryn * 3 2003 20 1 17 39 10.1123/ssj.20.1.17 The Decline of Female Bodybuilding in France

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Nura Alwan, Samantha L. Moss, Kirsty J. Elliott-Sale, Ian G. Davies and Kevin Enright

). The International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness hosts over 2,000 competitions annually, in 196 affiliated countries. Approximately 1,300 female and male athletes competed at the World Fitness Championships in 2017 ( Rowbottom, 2017 ) and this number is anticipated to increase, with around 1

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Research Prediction of Present Participation from Children’s Gender, Past Participation, and Attitudes: A Longitudinal Analysis Dean F. Anderson * Fred O. Lorenz * Dale G. Pease * 6 1986 3 2 101 111 10.1123/ssj.3.2.101 Pumping Irony: Crisis and Contradiction in Bodybuilding Alan M. Klein 6

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.1123/ssj.2013-0108 For the Sociology of Sport Re-Conceptualizing Sport as a Sacred Phenomenon Chris Shilling * Philip A. Mellor * 9 2014 31 3 349 376 10.1123/ssj.2013-0034 Book Review Strong and Hard Women: An Ethnography of Female Bodybuilding Bahar Tajrobehkar 9 2014 31 3 377 380 10.1123/ssj.2014

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Dumke * John Cuddy * Walter Hailes * Brent Ruby * John Quindry * 12 2014 24 24 6 6 684 684 693 693 10.1123/ijsnem.2013-0188 Case Study: Natural Bodybuilding Contest Preparation Brandon M. Kistler * Peter J. Fitschen * Sushant M. Ranadive * Bo Fernhall * Kenneth R. Wilund * 12 2014 24

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26 2 211 234 10.1123/ssj.26.2.211 “Big Freaky-Looking Women”: Normalizing Gender Transgression through Bodybuilding Shelly A. McGrath * Ruth A. Chananie-Hill * 6 2009 26 2 235 254 10.1123/ssj.26.2.235 The Power of “Small Stories:” Narratives and Notions of Gender Equality in Conversations about

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Davidson * Michelle Helstein * 12 2016 33 4 282 293 10.1123/ssj.2016-0011 Flirting With the Judges: Bikini Fitness Competitors’ Negotiations of Femininity in Bodybuilding Competitions Bahar Tajrobehkar * 12 2016 33 4 294 304 10.1123/ssj.2015-0152 Embodied Experiences of Empowerment Among Female Tackle

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* Keegan E. Fitzgerald * 4 2014 22 1 10 17 10.1123/wspaj.2014-0004 Reasons for Exercise Behavior Among American and Chinese College Women Zi Yan * Bonnie Berger * David Tobar * Bradley J. Cardinal * 4 2014 22 1 18 23 10.1123/wspaj.2014-0005 Female Bodybuilding: Perceived Social and Psychological

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SCHOLARLY ARTICLES Athena : Box Office Bomb and Bodybuilding Breakthrough John D. Fair * 1 11 2018 49 2 105 122 10.1123/shr.2017-0032 shr.2017-0032 La ‘Première’ dans les activités de nature: une performance, un record? Pierre-Olaf Schut * Antoine Marsac * 1 11 2018 49 2 123 142 10.1123/shr

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Ahmed Ismaeel, Suzy Weems and Darryn S. Willoughby

Competitive bodybuilding is unique in that participants are judged by appearance rather than performance. Through rigorous diet and training practices, a bodybuilder aims to achieve not only a muscular physique, but one that is also symmetrical and well proportioned ( Heyward et al., 1989 ). To