IntroductionIn this chapter you have studied the ancient Greeks. You have learned how the Greeks took great care to maintain their physiques. Athenian men worked in the mornings and spent part of the afternoon exercising. Spartan boys began training for the military at age seven, and Spartan girls engaged in sports such as running and wrestling. Athletes and warriors competed in the ancient Olympic Games. Today, men and women from all over the world compete in the Olympics. How have the Games changed? Visit The Real Story of the Ancient Olympic Games to learn more about the ancient Olympics and how they compare to our modern version.
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