On the road since 2005, after 423 shows in front of a total of more than 150,000 spectators in Quebec, France, Belgium and Switzerland, the stories about Ésimesac Gelinas, the strongest man in the world of Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, returned to the fold in the summer of 2007. In the village school, transformed into a theatre for the occasion, the exploits of the strong man were told once and for all. Ésimesac could finally rest in peace in Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, the very source of his much talked about fame. Ésimesac Gelinas was a strong man. In a certain era, every village in Quebec had their own Ésimesac Gelinas. Barely acknowledged in modern records, he belonged to a race of superhormoned muscular types, like Louis Cyr and others of his ilk. Though his exploits set him apart, his remarkable modesty kept him in the shadows. In his own way, he carried the village on his back. But where did he take it An atlas might be able to tell you. As for now, at long last, one year after the funeral, here are the echoes of a show that revitalized the verbal acrobatics of a whole village. ?Like a Whiff of Muscles is finally on DVD. Digitized chattering?a portable piece of Caxton you can take home.