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    postandspread is offline Senior Member
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    Default Gender and strength

    On the question of men's vs womens' strength capacities. It isn't research science, nevertheless some thought-provoking first-person accounts:
    http://www.likelike.com/pollcommenta...ID=404343b4...

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    RJ79 is offline Senior Member
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    These people are delusional.

    Women are awesome but unless you have no clue what you are talkin about you aren't going to claim they have as much or more strength

    This only makes the women who strength train and get strong all the more impressive.

    Women shouldn't date guys that wear skinny jeans or are an inch taller than them but with narrower shoulders and guys should put their iPhones and iPads down and get some self respect.

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    Supertraining has a section of this.
    Women apperently have 85% of a males lower body strentgh, and 55% of upperbody strength (if i remember correctly)

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    This guy has a huge problem with apostrophes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrMushroom View Post
    Supertraining has a section of this.
    Women apperently have 85% of a males lower body strentgh, and 55% of upperbody strength (if i remember correctly)
    ^^ This is correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by danfaz View Post
    This guy has a huge problem with apostrophes.
    Surely you mean "apostrophe's"
    [URL="http://heavyasareallyheavything.blogspot.com"]Fatman's Training Log[/URL]

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