The issue, online now and on newsstands Friday, is filled with photographs and interviews with 24 of elite athletes' amazing bodies. My arm is just my arm — it's not cut, it's not sculpted. I don't have traps bulging out to my ears; I have a neck.
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For access to exclusive fitness advice, interviews, and more, subscribe on YouTube! One of the six cover models for The Body IssueOlympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin was the first and only American to win six medals in all six events at the Olympics. I lift four times a week. I can bench pound dumbbells in each hand.
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When athletes prepare for their upcoming seasons, they put their bodies through rigorous workouts and intense mental and physical training. Year after year, the ESPN Body Issue showcases the beauty underneath their uniforms and just how insanely toned and committed these athletes are to their respective sports. On Wednesday, photos from the 11th edition of the highly anticipated annual Body Issue were released, featuring 21 unique athletes and 17 different covers.
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Katarina Witt, one of the greatest Olympic figure skaters, was the first female athlete to pose naked for Playboy. The December issue featuring her nude photographs was the second ever sold-out issue of the magazine. Some do it for the money and fame, some do it for a good cause, while other athletes do it because they are simply proud of showing their perfectly sculpted bodies.
The issue has always been a source of great controversy in the blogosphere due to the way it, supposedly, objectifies women. The people that are up in arms about this whole thing believe that it objectifies the athletes, particularly the female athletes. We have no problem sitting and watching these athletes punish each other in a contentious sporting event, but, God forbid, you show a little more skin than usual. The people that are quick to criticize the issue only seem to mention the female athletes, but say nothing of the male athletes who show more skin than we are accustomed to seeing.