Strong and Sexy: 3 Carriejune Anne Ace Posts That Show Her Impressive Strength

Carriejune Anne Ace is more than just another beautiful Instagram influencer.

So there used to be this notion that a woman being strong was something that was unappealing. For whatever reason the idea of a woman lifting weights and being athletic was somehow deemed to be too masculine. The idea that women could be strong while still holding onto their femininity was once considered to be something completely out of reach.

It’s certainly an antiquated way of thinking, especially when we consider all the female fitness influencers that have risen in popularity in the last few years. Carriejune Anne Ace demonstrates exactly why such ideologies are complete nonsense.

Standing at 4’10.5”, 125 Lbs, Carriejune Anne Ace is strong spitfire in a tiny package. While she could have been content to live up to societal norms, the 22 year old fitness influencer chose a different path, instead building up her body and becoming a trainer.

There’s no way you can tell us that Carriejune Anne Ace has become masculine due to her enthusiasm for training. In fact, it seems that hitting the weights has only helped to accentuate her womanly features and highlights that women can be both strong while maintaining their feminine qualities.

If you think it’s impossible for a woman to be both strong and sexy, then these three posts below will probably shut you up for good.


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Wait for it? babe mirin’….? last set of death tonight. Don’t mind the sweat/dirt all over me.. I get messy on leg day

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The end?? pure happiness. Ain’t pretty but always gets done! 275×2 at 125lbs. How much can you squat???

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Jonathan Salmon
Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.