Ever seen those pictures of the ancient Greek and Roman statues of the studs of yesteryear? Sure you have.
You know, the guys with a little fig leaf covering “Mr. Happy” who were were muscular, yet not overly bulked-up, and definitely appeared to have have recently been using Hot Rox while on the T-Dawg 2 diet?
Well, get this. There was actually a calculator, developed over 2,300 years ago back in classical Greece and ancient Roman times, that sculptors used then, and have used ever since to create their statues with the “ideal Grecian proportions”.
And now, thanks to the Sandow Museum (you know, the guy on the Mr. Olympia trophy), you can determine what your ideal Greek proportions should be, based on your bone structure!
I posted this site awhile back but it’s actually kind of fun, so I though I’d post it again for you newer peeps.