Punch Strength Study Finds Weakest Man Stronger Than The Strongest WomanChris Menahan
Feb. 07, 2020
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A new study on punch strength from the University of Utah involving 20 men and 19 women found the weakest man was stronger than the strongest woman.
From Phys.org, Paul Gabrielsen, University of Utah, "Why males pack a powerful punch":
Elk have antlers. Rams have horns. In the animal kingdom, males develop specialized weapons for competition when winning a fight is critical. Humans do too, according to new research from the University of Utah. Males' upper bodies are built for more powerful punches than females', says the study, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology, suggesting that fighting may have long been a part of our evolutionary history.Nobody better tell Hollywood!
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