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Demigod Greek style

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Physical culture is older than we might think. Here is what the Greeks thought a godlike man would look like. This is Hercules, the son of Zeus and a mortal woman Alcmene. Pre-tren era.
 
12.The-Capture-of-Cerberus.jpg

Physical culture is older than we might think. Here is what the Greeks thought a godlike man would look like. This is Hercules, the son of Zeus and a mortal woman Alcmene. Pre-tren era.

Thought he would look like? Hmmm . . .

Barbells, or something very similar, were in widespread use more than 2,000 years ago, about 400 years
before the birth of Christ. Clear proof of that statement is provided by the existence of a statue called
the Farnese Hercules, which was sculpted about 400 BC. This statue shows an almost unbelievable
level of muscular size, muscular size that can be produced in only one way, by exercise using high levels
of resistance, muscular size that is never produced without such hard exercise.

The sculptor, whoever he was, used a model for Farnese Hercules that actually looked like his statue;
this being obvious because the shape and proportions of the muscles on the statue are correct and
they would not have been correct if the sculptor did not have a subject that looked like that.

Changes in muscular size produce changes in bodily proportions, and these changes could not
be determined if they had not been seen, so such a man actually existed, thousands of years ago.

As you increase muscular size in response to exercise, the shape of the muscles, as well as their
proportions, change to a dramatic degree. Changes that could not have been anticipated by the
sculptor unless he actually had such a man for a model. That man’s muscular size was literally
huge even when compared to bodybuilders on the scene today.

I wonder what kind of drugs he used? And what brand of high-protein products he consumed?
And what anabolic steroid was he taking?
 
Thought he would look like? Hmmm . . .

Barbells, or something very similar, were in widespread use more than 2,000 years ago, about 400 years
before the birth of Christ. Clear proof of that statement is provided by the existence of a statue called
the Farnese Hercules, which was sculpted about 400 BC. This statue shows an almost unbelievable
level of muscular size, muscular size that can be produced in only one way, by exercise using high levels
of resistance, muscular size that is never produced without such hard exercise.

The sculptor, whoever he was, used a model for Farnese Hercules that actually looked like his statue;
this being obvious because the shape and proportions of the muscles on the statue are correct and
they would not have been correct if the sculptor did not have a subject that looked like that.

Changes in muscular size produce changes in bodily proportions, and these changes could not
be determined if they had not been seen, so such a man actually existed, thousands of years ago.

As you increase muscular size in response to exercise, the shape of the muscles, as well as their
proportions, change to a dramatic degree. Changes that could not have been anticipated by the
sculptor unless he actually had such a man for a model. That man’s muscular size was literally
huge even when compared to bodybuilders on the scene today.

I wonder what kind of drugs he used? And what brand of high-protein products he consumed?
And what anabolic steroid was he taking?
If I recall correctly the Romans copied the Greeks. Romans had gymnasiums that were heated and had hot baths. Wrestling was encouraged every day.

“No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. (…) What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”
– Socrates, as quoted​

 
Liver King?
That is the first thing that sprung to my mind.
If he is half god like then i would guess no mere mortal could hope to achieve as much without outside help.
 

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