Physically, Mentally and Spiritually Strong

Moses was at least 80 years old when he received the 10 Commandments. Since he broke the first stone tablets out of anger (golden calf sight), he had to get back on the mountain to get a second pair. Can you imagine how strong he was!
Jesus was not the effeminate looking man that most images reveal Him as. He was a carpenter and carpenters in those days not only worked with wood, they worked with stones. They had no power tools of course so the wood had to be cut by using hand tools and great physical labor which must have took long, tedious hours to work with. The wood was not like what we see today; two by fours or four by sixes. They worked with large timbers of roughhewn wood. These timbers had to be cut down by hand and they had to be sawed down into workable sections. They had to be debarked and sanded. And carpenters in those days worked with stone more than they did wooden beams. And these stones were just not simple stepping stones or mortar bricks but more like boulders and these boulders had to be chiseled and cut down to size. Every bit of the carpenters work was extremely labor intensive and so we should realize that Jesus had to have been a big, strong man with great physical strength, yet He kept this strength under control in what is a good description of meekness: Strength under control. So we see that Jesus was a man's man and may have had the body of a heavy construction worker. He must have been an imposing physical specimen. (<well noticed by Jack Wellman)

It's not likely that he had long hair either.