‘He’s not human’ – How ‘freakish’ France rugby captain Dupont is so strong without going to the gym

The French rugby team have been graced with a ‘freakish’ captain in the form of Antoine Dupont, who is so strong that he has been able to avoid the gym.

The 23-year-old is known for his high levels of physical fitness and agility, having led the national team to the Six Nations title this year.

Dupont’s coach, Jacques Brunel, has been full of praise for the player and has described him as ‘not human’.

He said: “Antoine is a freakish athlete. He is so strong without having to go to the gym. He has incredible physical ability and incredible speed. He’s not human.”

Brunel has been so impressed with Dupont’s physical prowess that he has even labelled him ‘the best rugby player in the world’.

Dupont’s extraordinary talent has been put on display throughout the Six Nations tournament, with the player leading from the front with an impressive array of skills.

His performances have been so impressive that he has been dubbed ‘the next Jonny Wilkinson’, with comparisons being made between the two players’ styles of play.

Dupont has been able to lead the French rugby team to victory with his outstanding physicality, and is sure to be a star of the game for many years to come.

He is an example of what can be achieved with natural talent and physical ability, and it is clear to see why he has been hailed as ‘not human’ by his peers.