‘World’s strongest cheerleader’ reveals new career a decade after showing off her biceps viral photo | The Sun

A WOMAN once dubbed the "world's strongest cheerleader" has revealed a new career path a decade after her huge biceps went viral online.

Anna Munzenmaier is most well known for her impressive arms but now she wants people to know shes more than just a strong woman.

More than a decade ago a picture of the former Georgia cheerleader went around social media and caused quite the stir as her unconventionally large muscles made her famous.

Some even joked that she had bigger biceps than the players she was cheering every weekend.

Since then Anna has become a mum to two children and is a strength and conditioning coach for D1 Training in Athens, just outside Atlanta.

The American muscle woman is still as big as ever but now puts her body and skills to good use.

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After earning her exercise science degree from the University of Georgia, Anna went into coaching so she could share her clearly useful work-out plans with others.

According to the D1 Training website, Anna loves to train women and values her ability to get them feeling confident and strong in their bodies and mind even when they aren't in front of a gym mirror or hitting a new personal best.

The always-in-shape lady also aims to have her clients leaving with a new appreciation for what their bodies are capable of and all the amazing things it can do if you push it far enough.

Back in 2012, when she first blew up on the internet Anna enjoyed the new found fame but also recognised people liked her for her muscles not necessarily for the rest of her.

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She explained that she knew there was more to life than fitness and looking strong.

Anna told The Red and Black back then: “I know that my identity is not in working out. It’s not who I am. It’s not what I want people to see me as.”

“Yes, on the outside, I’m a very fit individual, but when you get to know me, my life is not all about exercise and working out,”

“I think it’s really important to stay grounded and know who you are and knowing that shaping your bicep is not going to shape your personality. It’s not going to shape your goals in life.”

Earlier this week a young woman whose arm was ripped off in a freak bus accident spoke about how it never made her consider stopping going to the gym.

Ana Beatriz Oliveira, 23, lost her arm when she left it hanging out of a bus window and it smashed into a pole, back in 2019 but since then she has loved every minute of her fitness journey.

Ana now shares her life on TikTok as she prepares for life with a new prosthetic arm.

Elsewhere, a teenage bodybuilder who's been training for seven years has opened up about how he's gone from strength to strength in his short life.

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Leon Hawkins, 15, has been named one of the top in the country for his age and says he even looks better than some of the men years his senior.

A 38-year-old mum went through a very impressive fitness journey as she lost a whopping 83lbs in five years and is now a competitive bodybuilder.

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