A video showing a weightlifter doing a weightlifting workout dressed in full gear as Kratos from God of War 2018 is going viral.
Do you even pick up, “Boy?” That is certainly the case with a weightlifter, who is clearly channeling his inner spartan. The athlete, who posted a video exercising with full cosplay as Kratos from God of War, is going viral.
Santa Monica Studio’s popular 2018 soft reboot of PlayStation exclusive God of War The franchise has spawned countless memes and cosplays years after its launch, as evidenced by this viral video in 2022. The game recently appeared at CES 2022, where footage of God of WarThe PC port of was displayed.
Posted in God of War subreddit r / GodofWar, the eight second clip shows multiple shots of the weightlifter wearing all of Kratos’ insignia. The first part of the clip shows the bodybuilder executing an impressive deadlift, just enough to bend the bar. A closer inspection reveals seven plates per side, which can total an impressive 675 pounds. A follow-up image still shows the cosplayer sitting on the toilet with his phone, complete with a version of the Leviathan Ax at his side. Kratos’ cosplayer is actually Bradley Martyn, a prominent YouTuber known for his fitness content.
The video definitely draws attention, as can be seen by the group of recording viewers visible in the mirror during the first part of the video. Martyn manages to perform quite an impressive cosplay, with the YouTuber’s physique comparable to God of War protagonist himself. Discussions on another subreddit, r / Fitness, have pondered how to build a body like Kratos, with the common consensus that it’s a smart approach to exercises like overhead presses, rows, chins, and deadlifts, which Martyn is doing in excellent form. in the video.
Bradley Martyn isn’t the only muscular personality channeling his insides God of War Recently. A few months ago, both WWE and AEW had wrestlers dressed as Kratos, and during the same week. For WWE, Tommaso Ciampa appeared as the Ghost of Sparta, with Kratos’ iconic tattoo changed color to blue to match his usual outfit. On the AEW side, Stu Grayson stepped into the ring as part of his Dark Order team dressed as Kratos, red tattoo and all. It is certainly encouraging to see gaming culture spreading to different types of entertainment.
Published just a few days ago, the God of War The weightlifting video has already racked up close to 2,000 upvotes, and it’s likely to get more in the near future. While there hasn’t been much news about the highly anticipated sequel, God of War: RagnarokThere are rumors that the next PlayStation event is coming in February, which will hopefully shed more light on Kratos and Atreus’s upcoming outing.
God of War is available on PS4 and arrives on PC on January 14, 2022.