A hot grandmother who works out five times a week has revealed how men decades younger are drawn by her muscles.
Lesley Maxwell, 63, has revealed how her “ageless” figure has positively impacted on her love life which sees her only date guys her junior.
The fitness professional – who has three grandchildren – from Melbourne in Australia, became a personal trainer at 48 and won her first figure competition at the age of 49.
“I had always had a keen interest in fitness and health and I was determined to find a way to nourish my body to look and feel younger,” she said.
“I used to love being strong and winning bets with boys that I could lift more than them. My mum used to tell me ‘boys don’t like girls with muscles’ – but I know they did!”
Lesley, who previously worked in promotions and as a make-up artist, has revealed how her newfound figure now draws men.
“I’m always approached by younger men, I feel ageless so it works,” she explained.
“All of my partners have been younger than me, including my ex-husband, whom I had a 13-year age gap with. I’m much happier and confident in myself now than when I was younger, especially since I have made many friends through the gym and competing.”
The newly-single grandmother – who has won 30 titles for her impressive physique – added: “All I’d say is – don’t wait! I think every woman would like to bring their sexy back.”
Lesley has revealed the changes to her lifestyle which have helped her stay youthful – including exercising five times a week for an hour doing deadlifts, squats, chest press and ab exercises.
Additionally, she said: “Firstly, look after yourself and your body with nutrient-dense food – no refined or junk food!
“Train with weights to create a younger-looking body, as it can really lift and tone bums and arms better.”Photo Credit: Getty