Former Georgia cheerleader Anna Munzenmaier – then Anna Watson – was once dubbed the world’s strongest cheerleader.
In 2012, Munzenmaier went viral after pictures displayed her muscular physique while being a cheerleader.
The Fayetteville, Georgia native had eye-popping biceps as fans believed the then-NCAA cheerleader was more buff than the players she cheered on each Saturday.
However, Munzenmaier didn’t like the image she was portrayed by the Internet.
“I know that my identity is not in working out,” she told The Red and Black in 2012.
“It’s not who I am.
“It’s not what I want people to see me as.”
Munzenmaier had also reportedly turned down a $75,000 modeling job that required her to use steroids.
She would go on to earn an exercise science degree from Georgia.
Then, in 2023, it’s been revealed that the ex-college cheerleader is now a strength and conditioning coach for D1 Training in Athens, Georgia.
Munzenmaier had previously worked in strength and conditioning as a private and group instructor for six years.
According to the D1 Training website, she has a passion for training women while also making them feel comfortable in and out of the weight room.
Munzenmaier works to make her clients feel more powerful after her services.
This article is a repost by The Sun US: World’s strongest cheerleader who went viral at Georgia college game resurfaces ten-years on with new career move