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Hanna-Maria Seppälä (swimmer) (Read 10284 times)
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Re: Hanna-Maria Seppälä (swimmer)
Reply #1 - Dec 7th, 2007 at 3:44pm
 
I would definately attempt to fake drowning so that she could save my ass!
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Reply #2 - Dec 7th, 2007 at 8:20pm
 
Great find, she is HOT!  I've been fortunate enough to date many very athletic women and I can say unequivocally that the strongest woman i've ever dated goes back many years to high school - an all state swimmer.  When we wrestled around a bit it was  ridiculous how she could tie me up with her legs and how strong she was generally.   I'm a pretty athletic 6' tall guy mind you.That was 15 years ago and she of course wasn't nearly at the level of Hanna-Maria, so I could only imagine how strong she is.   Sigh.
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Reply #3 - Jun 16th, 2008 at 3:19pm
 
Some other pictures of the cute swimmer:

http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/71590335.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF...

http://static.iltalehti.fi/urheilu/seppalammkisatJO_ur.jpg

http://www.hs.fi/urheilu/artikkeli/Hanna-Maria+Sepp%C3%A4l%C3%A4+tahdonvoimalla+...

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Training videos:

http://www.gatorade.fi/trainingprogram/

It will first ask for for your connection speed (valitse yhteysnopeutesi)
Hidas = slow
Nopea = fast

There are three videos in addition to the intro.


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Reply #4 - Jun 16th, 2008 at 4:19pm
 
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Great find, she is HOT!  I've been fortunate enough to date many very athletic women and I can say unequivocally that the strongest woman i've ever dated goes back many years to high school - an all state swimmer.  When we wrestled around a bit it was  ridiculous how she could tie me up with her legs and how strong she was generally.   I'm a pretty athletic 6' tall guy mind you.That was 15 years ago and she of course wasn't nearly at the level of Hanna-Maria, so I could only imagine how strong she is.   Sigh.


I would like to add, that the only girl that has been able to challenge me for real at armwrestling was a 159 cm blocky ex-swimmer...
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Re: Hanna-Maria Seppälä (swimmer)
Reply #5 - Jul 3rd, 2008 at 10:50pm
 
Fifth pic in a row where she's adjusting her cap shows a bit of her big arm.

http://www.jamd.com/search?text=Hanna-Maria%20Seppala
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Reply #6 - Jan 12th, 2009 at 2:21pm
 
Is she beautiful or what:
http://static.iltalehti.fi/kisaextra/juttuhanski234MPE_ox.jpg

http://www.savonsanomat.fi/multimedia/dynamic/00050/hanna-maria_sepp_l__50650c.j...

In my humbe opinion she's perfect:
http://static.iltalehti.fi/kisaextra/hannavalieriinSL_ox.jpg

http://static.iltalehti.fi/kisaextra/seppis2JO_ox.jpg

http://www.savonsanomat.fi/multimedia/dynamic/00050/hanna_maria_seppala2_50783b....

Here she is with Kiira Korpi (ice-skater):
http://static.iltalehti.fi/urheilu/hmseppalaJI1012_ur.jpg

http://plaza.fi/s/f/stt/thmb_200w_32350691.jpg

http://static.iltalehti.fi/urheilu/hanna_rajumuodonmSL_ur.jpg

http://kuvat2.iltasanomat.fi/iltasanomat/iDoc/1577392-400_hannamariakieli.jpg

http://static.iltalehti.fi/viihde/7551942_vi.jpg

http://www.suomenkuvalehti.fi/files/library/images/Hanna-Maria%20Sepp%E4l%E4%201...

http://cache.gettyimages.com/xc/71561489.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9C...

Beauty and Power:
http://www.suomenkuvalehti.fi/files/library/images/hanna-maria%20sepp%E4l%E4%201...

http://static.iltalehti.fi/urheilu/seppalah-mLL_ur.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/viihde/henkilot_yhtyeet/suomalaiset/554312.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/viihde/henkilot_yhtyeet/suomalaiset/554307.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/viihde/555_px_leveat_kuvat/561178.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/viihde/555_px_leveat_kuvat/561179.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/urheilu/olympialaiset/2008/556158.jpg

http://img.mtv3.fi/mn_kuvat/mtv3/etusivu/2008/08/554314.jpg

http://larrybrownsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/hanna-maria-seppala-3.jpg

http://img443.imageshack.us/my.php?image=98195img0004so8123899loxk9.jpg

http://img178.imageshack.us/my.php?image=singapore07lmmittely150pi7.jpg

And finally a video:
http://rs282.rapidshare.com/files/74733060/Kiira_Susanna_Hanna-Mari_061207.avi

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Reply #7 - Jan 13th, 2009 at 2:44am
 


<<Great find, she is HOT!  I've been fortunate enough to date many very athletic women and I can say unequivocally that the strongest woman i've ever dated goes back many years to high school - an all state swimmer.  When we wrestled around a bit it was  ridiculous how she could tie me up with her legs and how strong she was generally.   I'm a pretty athletic 6' tall guy mind you.That was 15 years ago and she of course wasn't nearly at the level of Hanna-Maria, so I could only imagine how strong she is.   Sigh. >>


--The most muscular (non-fbb) female I have ever seen in my long life was a competitive swimmer. She was 12 years old. Her biceps and overall musculature were simply mind-boggling.

This was around 1964. In those days, it seemed as though female  competitive swimmers were often extremely muscular--but none could match this particular girl.

These days, and for the past several decades, it is rare to see a muscular female swimmer. They seem to have relatively broad shoulders, big arms and  shapely strong bodies. But not the biceps of yesteryear--not even close.

I  don't know why that is. My guess is, different training methods.

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Re: Hanna-Maria Seppälä (swimmer)
Reply #8 - Jan 13th, 2009 at 4:18pm
 
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--The most muscular (non-fbb) female I have ever seen in my long life was a competitive swimmer. She was 12 years old. Her biceps and overall musculature were simply mind-boggling.

This was around 1964. In those days, it seemed as though female  competitive swimmers were often extremely muscular--but none could match this particular girl.

These days, and for the past several decades, it is rare to see a muscular female swimmer. They seem to have relatively broad shoulders, big arms and  shapely strong bodies. But not the biceps of yesteryear--not even close.

I  don't know why that is. My guess is, different training methods.



...This subject does get broached every once in awhile, Geezer. I have little explanation of why there are so few muscular so-called natural girls and women nowadays. It's crazy, females now lift weights all over the world, something that NEVER happened in the 60's. And yet, you rarely see the amount of muscle on your average everyday female that I saw back then. The 12 year old swimmer you wrote about is a good example. I had three girls in one class in my 1st year of high school with biceps that would be plastered all over the web nowadays. Two of them were swimmers.
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Reply #9 - Jan 13th, 2009 at 4:44pm
 
Could it simply be that those HUGE teen biceps that we saw yeasterday were not really as big as we remembered them (ever experianced how the big tree from childhood has shrinken we we see them as adults... ) or that we over the years have been acustumed to they bicepses of HUGE FBB that those of every day girls and women just appears small...

Cause as you say, if girls and women train their muscles and strength more now than before, we could exåect to see more big biceps now, not less, and that is prolly also what we do...
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Reply #10 - Jan 13th, 2009 at 8:23pm
 
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Could it simply be that those HUGE teen biceps that we saw yeasterday were not really as big as we remembered them (ever experianced how the big tree from childhood has shrinken we we see them as adults... ) or that we over the years have been acustumed to they bicepses of HUGE FBB that those of every day girls and women just appears small...

Cause as you say, if girls and women train their muscles and strength more now than before, we could exåect to see more big biceps now, not less, and that is prolly also what we do...


...Some of what you say is probably true. However, I used to have some old high school yearbooks with pictures that still showed off those great arms I remembered as a teen. In additon, I used to help a photographer friend of mine take pictures at graduation dances for the high schools and even 8th grade graduates. Nearly all of these girls wore sleeveless dresses. I do remember one 8th grader whose arms blew my socks off. Other than that, I didn't see any of them compare to what I remember in my youth.
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Reply #11 - Jan 14th, 2009 at 2:26am
 
<<Could it simply be that those HUGE teen biceps that we saw yeasterday were not really as big as we remembered them (ever experianced how the big tree from childhood has shrinken we we see them as adults... ) or that we over the years have been acustumed to they bicepses of HUGE FBB that those of every day girls and women just appears small...  >>

--I can't say you don't have a point, because memories can play tricks on people. But I bet you aren't more than 40. -Smiley

If my memory is faulty, and all the muscular girls I remember from the 50s and 60s weren't really very muscular except in my mind's eye, why aren't "all" the muscular girls I saw in the 70s and 80s equally "morphed" in my mind?

I think a more accurate evaluation is that things that make a really strong impression on us are burned into the memory, and for someone with our fetish, a really muscular female makes a very strong impression and is therefore remembered clearly. Especially since the mind and memory occasionally think about those people as the years go by, thereby refreshing the memory.

Back to the swimmers, in my early 20s, I worked for a small newspaper as sports editor. I covered all the local high school sports as well as the local swim club, etc. I would go to these swim meets, and I have to tell you that the muscles on those girls simply knocked my socks off. Not just local girls like the one I mentioned, but girls with visiting teams. Not all of them were muscular, but a significant minority were really, really muscular.


<<Cause as you say, if girls and women train their muscles and strength more now than before, we could exåect to see more big biceps now, not less, and that is prolly also what we do... >>

--Only a tiny percentage of females train to the point of building sizeable muscles. On the contrary, most females (and males) do next to nothing other than watch tv, go online and talk on the cell phone.
In my day, young kids were always outside, running, wrestling, climbing trees, playing sports, going swimming, etc. I think that's a big difference.

As for what I see today in my normal life (outside of bb shows, etc), and the muscles on normal girls appearing small because of the comparison with fbb's, all I can say is 99% of the women that *I* see have absolutely ZERO muscle. Not even the slightest hint! Someone else's experience may be different.  But that's mine.
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Reply #12 - Jan 14th, 2009 at 10:33am
 
To be honest, I would rather see someone comment the pictures&#8230;than discuss the personal perception of biceps size here.
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Reply #13 - Jan 15th, 2009 at 3:23am
 


silver said:

<<To be honest, I would rather see someone comment the pictures&#8230;than discuss the personal perception of biceps size here. >>


--OK. Then you have several options: You can go somewhere else; you can complain to management and try to have censorship invoked; you can "comment the pictures" yourself; or you can just skip over the posts that don't interest you.

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Reply #14 - Jan 15th, 2009 at 12:02pm
 
Well my intent was not to be rude.  I was really interested to know what other people thought about Hanna-Maria.

>OK. Then you have several options: You can go somewhere else;

Sure I could do that, however this is "Herbiceps - Pictures from Around the Web - Female Athletes - Hanna-Maria Seppälä (swimmer)". This is most definitely not the "Reminiscing the Good Old Days". With a quick look I see at least a few places under " Herbiceps - General Topics" where most of the above comments would be better suited.

> you can "comment the pictures" yourself;

I did. But I'm interested in other people's opinions.

>you can complain to management and try to have censorship invoked

Maybe, but I didn't see the reason for that even though ignoring my own posts I see three on-topic posts and seven (more or less) off-topic posts&#8230;well at least some of the use the word "swimmer".

> you can just skip over the posts that don't interest you

I do. But since I am the OP I have a heightened level of interest in this particular topic.
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