The Olympic Games are a good illustration of the limits of human capability. Every four years, competitors in the Olympic Games push themselves to their limits in the most challenging events, entrancing viewers worldwide with their superhuman efforts and incredible skill in every sport they compete in. Today, we have prepared a short sample of the ability and awe generated by the physical attributes of these athletes. Investigate it further.
“After working out on the track, I take it with me.”
Olympic swimmer Maarten Van Der Weijden of the Netherlands, after swimming 163 kilometers (101 miles) in 55 hours to raise money-for-charity
Legs of George Hincapie after the Tour-de-France
The Karolyis Olympic Training Site hosts a prestigious acrobatic gymnastics training camp.
“The day of your therapy is on Wednesday!” My triceps demanded attention after a couple of workout weights, so I gave them some.
Olympic competitors Alexander Volkov (volleyball) and Seda Tutkhalyan (judo) both competed in their respective sports (gymnast). The Russian squad is one of the best.
This is an ice bath in the proper sense. A block of ice measuring thirteen kilo-grams
A gymnast is performing her routine as seen in an x-ray.
We were on the verge of veering off the path.
The hands of Olympic swimming champion and world record holder Van Der Weijden after swimming 163 kilometers
After cupping therapy, Michael Phelps
Basketball players and gymnasts are of different sizes.
What Usain Bolt does best is what he is now doing.
Olivia Federici, who hails from the United Kingdom and competes in synchronized swimming, is warming up her muscles.
A quick refresher on the conditions that ski jumpers face consistently. The view from the top-of-the Olympic ski jump in Sochi, Russia.