They say they were inspired by the education of young Spartans and in fact called them “Agogé”, after the education and training system to which in ancient Greece, in the famous capital of Laconia, every citizen who had just turned seven years old was subjected . Discipline, obedience, group loyalty, exercises and strength tests. In Sparta the aim of the agoge was to raise up physically and morally strong men ready to join the army, and it does not matter whether this term (in ancient Greek: ἀγωγή) was originally used mainly to denote cattle breeding (to) used let’s say the trainers were called “shepherd boys”).