Body ideals have changed throughout history and vary by culture: for example, in the renaissance era obesity was associated with wealth, and was therefore considered attractive.
However, we are all familiar with the Greek statues that show lean, athletic physiques, and these bodies are as aesthetically pleasing today as they were when they were created.
Whatever your goal, we are able to take measurements at many points of the body to create objective metrics that we can track over time to see our progress toward perfection.
Taking height into consideration, we take measurements of your neck, upper arm, forearm, waist, chest, hip, thigh, calf, and bi-deltoid, in addition to bodyfat caliper testing at multiple areas to provide you with a complete snapshot of your body composition. When you ‘lock it in’ with the HercuLean diet, you can expect an increase in muscle mass, a significant decrease in bodyfat, and all of your measurements moving closer to the ideal for your height.
The following symmetry chart is for men and shows two ideals: the first one is a more streamlined physique, and the second one is more of a massive, bodybuilder-type physique.