I Wasn’t Joking When I Said I Wanted The Body of a God.
The gods were mythological beings who everyone looked up too for guidance and answers.
Although I joke around about it, I don’t honestly believe I am a god, or want to be a god (although that’d be cool), but I wouldn’t mind having the body of one.
The gods were often looked to as having amazing bodies that everyone looked up to, which is one of the main reasons why the most famous body building competition is called “Mr. Olympia” (named after Olympus, home of the gods)
I’ve done research, and the basic measurements of a god are as follows:
Neck; 19 inches
Biceps; 16.5 inches
Chest; 52 inches
Forearms; 14.5 inches
Buttocks; 47.5 inches
Calves; 19 inches
Waist; 40.5 inches
Thighs; 26.5 inches
These measurements are based on a 6’5 tall god, and according to research, in order to get this to match my height I have to apply these rules:
- Your waist should be about 12 inches smaller than your chest.
- Neck, biceps, and calf measurements should each be roughly half your waist
- Your thighs should be about 1.5 times the size of your calves.
Keeping this in mind, at this very moment, this is what I have to achieve:
- When I lose the rest of the fat, I should have a 32-34 inch waist. That means my chest should be around 44-46 inches
- My neck, biceps, and calves will be around 16-18 inches
- My thighs should be around 24-26 inches.
I haven’t measured myself (other than my biceps) in a few months, here are my stats as of January, 2011.
- Waist; 36.5 inches
- Thighs; L: 23.5 inches, R: 24.5 inches
- Calves; L: 15 inches, R: 17 inches
- Biceps; L: 16 inches (as of March 2011), R: 16 inches (as of March 2011)
- Forearms; 12 inches
- Chest; 43 inches
As you can see, I’m already on my way. If I continue to lose this body fat and replace it with muscle to keep and increase the measurements I have already, I’ll be on my way to having the body of a god.
This summer, I will rule the streets with my god like body.