Holy shit, look at the muscularity of this fucker! They aren't 6 times stronger than humans, and there are few humans the same size as Chimpanzees (they would be midgets) as I explain here: Brian Collins' answer to Could an MMA fighter defeat a chimpanzee in hand to hand combat?

Chimpanzees are the closest species to human beings. Chimpanzees are more closely related to humans than to gorillas. It has four confirmed subspecies and a fifth proposed subspecies.

If you feel that you can't continue with your lifting, stop. A chimpanzee’s skeletal muscle has longer fibers than the human equivalent and can generate twice the work output over a wider range of motion. As a result, chimpanzees and … Marzke MW, Marzke RF, Linscheid RL, et al. A number of studies across the decades have suggested that pound-for-pound, chimpanzees could be as much as 3 to nearly 5 times stronger than a strapping human, or as little as 2.5 times. Since the 1920s, the notion of chimpanzees possessing phenomenal strength has been a feature of pop-culture and a common subject for study in biology. (Read 22479 times) The Grim Lifter. Fossil and genetic evidence show that human and chimpanzee DNA are approximately 96-98 percent identical.

Muscle density develops as your muscles heal from the microscopic tears they develop during heavy lifting, but pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion can cause more significant muscle damage. Don't risk injury to … 1934; 19:337–389.

1999; 110:163–178. We sacrificed strength for endurance after our split from other apes, but it turns out our muscles are only a third weaker than those of our ape cousins. The apes beat us in leg strength, too, despite our …

But now a research team reports that contrary to this belief, chimp muscles' maximum dynamic force and power output is just about 1.35 times higher than human muscle … Midlo C. Form of hand and foot in primates. His muscle density makes prime Dorian seem like a soft and bloated woman on her period in comparison. Mendez J, Keys A. Density and composition of mammalian muscle. Author Topic: Chimpanzee's Muscles!!!!! Morton DJ. The chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes), also known as the common chimpanzee, robust chimpanzee, or simply "chimp", is a species of great ape native to the forest and savannah of tropical Africa.

Unlike humans, chimpanzee muscle is composed of ∼67% fast-twitch fibers (MHC IIa+IId). Chimpanzee thumb muscle cross sections, moment arms and potential torques, and comparisons with humans. Also, unlike humans, chimpanzees have less control over their muscles. A chimpanzee had, pound for pound, as much as twice the strength of a human when it came to pulling weights. « Reply #25 on: February 19, 2012, 04:54:43 AM » Quote from: suckmymuscle on February 18, 2012, 06:43:25 PM. ... A chimpanzee’s skeletal muscle has longer fibers than the human equivalent and can generate twice the work …

His muscle density makes prime Dorian seem like a soft and bloated woman on her period in … Getbig IV ; Posts: 3814; Re: Chimpanzee's Muscles!!!!! « on: February 18, 2012, 06:43:25 PM » Holy shit, look at the muscularity of this fucker! Computer simulations of species-specific whole-muscle models indicate that maximum dynamic force and power output is 1.35 times higher in a chimpanzee muscle than a human muscle of similar size. How Strong Is a Chimpanzee? Metabolism. In chimps, the muscle fibers closest to the bones -- those deemed to be the source of strength of both chimps and humans – are much longer and more dense, so a chimp is able to generate more power using the same range of motion, Ross of the Lester Fisher Center said. Chimpanzee muscle is composed of approximately 67 percent fast-twitch fibers, compared to about 40 percent in humans.

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Author Topic: Chimpanzee's Muscles!!!!! The apes beat us in leg strength, too, despite our reliance on our legs for locomotion. Unbelieavable, unbelievable muscular density! Am J Phys Anthropol. (Read 22473 times) suckmymuscle Guest; Chimpanzee's Muscles!!!!! A chimpanzee had, pound for pound, as much as twice the strength of a human when it came to pulling weights. Am J Phys Anthropol.