GREATEST PHYSIQUES OF ALL TIME
We all know that the body is a beautiful thing. It can be a source of joy and excitement, or it can be used as an excuse to hate yourself. However you feel about your body, there’s no denying that it’s an important part of how we feel about ourselves. But what makes some people look awesome? Why do some people have great physiques? Is it genetics? Did they work out for years until finally getting fit and jacked up from head to toe? Or maybe they just had good genes all along but never learned how to take care of themselves until now! Whatever the reason may be, here are 16 examples of people who have achieved greatness in their physiques…
- Bruce Banner
- Hulk Hogan
Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling (1984) is an arcade-style video game that was released for the Atari 2600 and Intellivision consoles. It was one of the first wrestling games to be available on home consoles, as well as one of the most successful wrestling games ever made. In this game, players assume control over Hulk Hogan while he performs in various matches against other wrestlers at ringside or in arenas around the country. The player can also choose between two different characters: either “The Giant” Bob Backlund or “Mr. T.”
Bruce Lee was a Chinese martial artist, actor, and filmmaker. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential martial artists of all time.
The first time I saw him fight was in his movie “Enter the Dragon”. I instantly fell in love with his style because it was so fast and fluid; it looked like he could move around so quickly that you couldn’t even see what he was doing until after he did it!
Antonio Banderas is a Spanish actor, who has been described as “the sexiest man alive” by People magazine. He was born in Madrid, Spain on March 3rd, 1964.
Banderas began acting at an early age and made his professional debut in the 1986 Spanish film La Mirada del Cordero Rojo (The Staring Contest). His first major role came when he appeared in the 1989 movie Ligero (Lightweight), which earned him an award for a best new actor at the Festival de Cannes Film Festival that year. In 1992 he starred alongside Penelope Cruz in Vicky Cristina Barcelona before moving to America where he starred with Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman in My Best Friend’s Wedding – winning an Oscar for Best Original Song (“I’ll Never Love Again”).
In 2003 Banderas provided voiceover work for The Incredibles 2: Rise Of The Underminer DVD special edition release; however his most memorable performance was definitely his turn as HIV-positive lawyer Eduardo Sanchez-Varela in Love In The Time Of Cholera directed by Fernando Meirelles; which also featured Brazilian actress Claudia Leitte playing next door neighbor Luisa Rey who assists him during his final days before being diagnosed with AIDS treatment options available today!
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a German-American actor, producer, author, and former professional bodybuilder. He was an Austrian-born American actor who rose to fame as the Terminator in the science fiction action film The Terminator and its sequel, The Terminator.
Schwarzenegger has appeared in many films such as Commando (1985), Junior (1994), Total Recall (1990), Last Action Hero (1993), Kindergarten Cop (1994), and True Lies (1994). In 1984 he became California’s first male governor after defeating Democrat Garry Mauro by 7 percentage points in California’s gubernatorial election.
Jean Claude Van Damme
Jean-Claude Van Damme is a Belgian actor and martial artist. He is best known for his martial arts skills, most notably in the film Bloodsport. In addition to martial arts, he has also starred in many other films such as Universal Soldier (1986) and Timecop (1994).
He has long been a favorite among action movie fans because of his impressive physique and fighting ability on screen; however, he has also received critical acclaim from critics who praised his ability to play different types of characters successfully throughout his career.
Heath Ledger’s Joker
When it comes to bodybuilding, Heath Ledger is one of the greatest examples ever. He was an actor with a great body and he also had amazing genetics. His physique was both realistic and believable at the same time, which makes him even more impressive.
The first thing that people notice about Heath Ledger’s physique is how muscular he looks without being bulky like Arnold Schwarzenegger or Lou Ferrigno did back in their day (or nowadays). You can see his muscles clearly on his arms, chest, and abs without any extra padding around them which makes them stand out even more than they already would have done if they were just bigger than normal people who don’t work out every day like these two legendary athletes did when they were younger men who were still growing up physically speaking right now!
Jackie Chan is a Chinese actor, film director, producer, and martial artist. He is widely considered a national icon in China for his action films and kung fu films. Born in Hong Kong, he studied at the Karaoke School and at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), where he was classmates with Jet Li.
Chan started his career as an actor in 1965 with the television series Please Come to Home Mister Chung, which was adapted from a novel by Louis Cha. His first major role was as Wong Fei Hung in Bruce Lee’s Way of the Dragon (1972). Chan then starred in Drunken Master II (1978) making him one of the few remaining members of Bruce Lee’s troupe after its disbandment after two films together – The Chinese Connection (1976) and Fist of Fury (1972).
Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Balboa
Rocky Balboa is a fictional character and the title character of the Rocky film series. The film star Sylvester Stallone as Rocky, a Philadelphia boxer who won his first world heavyweight championship in Rocky II with help from his friend Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). In later films, he becomes involved in an ongoing rivalry with John Struthers (Burt Young), who eventually challenges him to a final bout before retiring.
Rocky’s promoter Tony DeMarco (James Fitzpatrick) decides to sell his contract to bookmaker/trainer Mickey Goldmill (Charles Bronson). When Mickey learns that he will be unable to take advantage of this opportunity because there is no fight scheduled at any location nearby, he convinces trainer Duke Valentine (Troy Donahue) into training Rocky instead – but only for one night per week due to Duke’s arthritis which makes it difficult for him perform heavy exercises like boxing drills.
However, once Duke sees how good Balboa could become without having ever trained before entering the gym room where they spend the most time together working out routines until one day when Duke decides not to come back after giving advice about being careful because people tend not to listen unless you say something first time round so let me give some advice real quick…
Great physiques are more than just muscle
Great physiques are more than just muscle. They’re also great personalities, characters, actors, and athletes. And they can be found in every walk of life–from the streets to Hollywood to Congress (yes, there are some super fit politicians). So what makes a great physique? It starts with the mindset that you want your body to look like. You don’t have to be perfect or conformist; you just need to know that being healthy should be important enough for you not only physically but mentally as well.
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