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Fitness Tips from Ancient Greece

Written by M. Reed Myers, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom If you are like most people, you probably wonder what life would be like if you had the body of a Greek god.  You wonder what doors would open for you if you had the kind of physique that only a Praxiteles would be fit to

Of Gods and Laurel Trees

Next year, 2020, will be the XXXII Olympiad, and once again the world will be cheering for their most acclaimed athletes. But, have you ever wondered why in ancient Greece the winners of competitions were garnered with Laurel wreaths? Well, herein lies the tale of Daphne… Playing hard to get? As appears to be somewhat

5 Top Ancient Greek Olympians

By Ben Potter In a our world where are mainstream sporting heroes are millionaires, prima donnas, sex-offenders, and drug-cheats, the Olympics, can provide countries the world over with real sporting icons, icons worthy of that over- and misused term ‘role-model’. However, the glory that our gold-medallists enjoy nowadays pales into insignificance when compared to that