Progressive Overload (Ares Red)
Milo of Croton...Progressive Overload
Now, a little history lesson for everyone. Milo was an ancient Greek wrestler, the greatest of his time. A 6 time Olympian.
There is a fable that Milo got stronger by carrying a baby cow up a mountain everyday to train. As the cow grew up, it got heavier. Milo kept carrying the baby cow until it became a bull.
Progressive overload at its finest. This is a central tenet to any smart training program...to get better.
The design is in the tradition of Greek paintings of the time (don't be like “WHERE ARE HIS MUSCLES”)
This is a FITTED Polyblend shirt. It is a lighter, more comfortable and fitted shirt. Hugs the sleeves, tapers at the waist for an aesthetic fit.
Fabric: 60% Cotton 40% Poly
Combed Cotton/Poly Jersey 32 Singles 145g 4.3oz
Neck: Set in Collar 1 x 1 Baby Rib Label:Tear Away
Brand: Next Level Style# 6210 (CVC Crew)
The shirt is similar to American Apparel (and fits as such). Comfortable, light and durable. I am a little over 5`9 at 180 and wear a Medium.
100% cotton. Pre-shrunk.