We’ve all seen pictures of ancient Greek and Roman statues of the studs of yesteryear. You know, hardly any clothes, buff, with what were thought to be the ideal physical proportions for that time period.
And granted, most of the guys didn’t look that bad from a physique standpoint. Nicely proportioned, fairly cut, and without the bloated, 'roided out look of todays so-called"physique gods".
Well the Sandow Museum (you know, Eugene Sandow, the guy emulated on the Mr. Olympia trophy) has put forth a calculator that can determine your ideal “Grecian Proportions” based on your bone structure. All you need is your dominant side wrist measurement.
The formula used for the calculator is purported to go back over 2300 years to the days of Classical Greece and Ancient Rome times, and has been used in the centuries since by many great sculptures for their statues.
Obviously, the formula is based on subjectivity, but it’s fun to do anyway.
Check it out here and post what you think.