We have gone far and wide in our search for women that can show us a thing
or two in the gym. From singers, to models, to professional athletes, no
specific types of body or potential fun factors were overlooked. Here are
the Top 10 women we’d love to workout with.
10. Halle Barry – Actress
This woman has been on screen since 1991 and still to this day puts women
half her age in the dust. At 49, her amazingly sculpted body shows hours
upon hours of hard work and dedication to sex appeal.
9. Ciara – Singer
With “twerking” being one of the most Googled words in 2015, Ciera should be
considered a top tier workout partner. Being a singer, songwriter, dancer,
and actress keeps Ciera in shape year round. Never out of the spotlight and
definitely not one to pass up a dance battle, we have no doubt she puts in
work at the gym.
8. Katy Perry – Singer
The lead singer to the “Left Shark” in the 2015 Superbowl Half-Time Show,
Katy Perry brings curves that could only be created in the gym. A fun
personality and looks to match, Katy is known for her strenuous workout
routines published throughout many recent magazines.
7. Natalie Gulbis – Golfer
Considered the LPGA’s sex symbol, Natalie commands the attention of all when
she hits the links. Playing her first Tour event in 1997 at 14 and turning
professional at 18, an incredible athletic ability caught the limelight
early. but it was her insane body that propelled her to the 2012 Sports
Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in nothing but bodypaint.
6. Maria Sharapova – Tennis
At the age of 18, this Russian bombshell became the world’s number 1 ranked
tennis player on the WTA. Her athletic talents have solidified her spot in
history as one of the “100 Greatest of All Time” by the Tennis Channel.
Fitness giants such as Nike have sponsored the model and she’s even been the
face of several fashion houses, most notably Cole Hahn.
5. Marissa Miller – Fitness model
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue queen, former Victoria Secret Angel,
and Harley Davidson spokesmodel needs no introduction. If you have watched
T.V. in the past 10 years chances are, you’ve been subject to the jaw
dropping beauty of Marissa. With a background in volleyball and being an
avid surfer, staying in shape – and in little clothing – she is well
deserving of a top 3 nomination.
4. Alana Blanchard – Surfer
The number one spot of women we’d love to workout with goes to Alana
Blanchard. A professional surfer known for her choices in swimwear and
massive hacks in the water, Alana is no stranger to working out. Growing up
on the big island of Hawaii, staying in shape to endure some of the most
brutal poundings in surfing is necessary for survival. A workout on the
beach, surf session after, and the looks of a model. what more could you
3. Christmas Abbott – Crossfit
A nationally ranked weight lifter and Crossfit games competitor, Christmas
not only can hold her own in any gym, she can make you look like a chump
without breaking a sweat. If being an elite Crossfitter is not enough for
you, take into account she was also the only female member of a NASCAR
Sprint Cup crew. With her eyes set on the 2020 Olympic games, you know her
workouts will be far from a walk in the park.
2. Michelle Lewin – Fitness model
Fitness model, bikini competitor, Playboy covergirl, and Betancourt athlete
Michelle really does it all. The Venezuelan’s workout videos easily top 1
million views a piece and her 5 million plus followers on Instagram tell you
not only does she know what she’s doing in the gym but she is easily one of
the sexiest women in bodybuilding.
1. Ronda Rousey – MMA fighter
Hands down the best female MMA fighter in the world, Ronda brings to the
ring an attitude and a body that demands respect. After becoming the first
U.S. woman to earn an Olympic medal in Judo, she transitioned to MMA and
made her professional debut in 2011. Since then she has compiled a 12-0
record in the UFC and even appeared nude in the ESPN The Magazine’s 2012
Body Issue. Ronda not only would give you a solid workout, she’d leave you
unconscious on the mat despite your efforts to stay alive.