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Simply looking at the biology of the male and female human body tells us enough to answer this question. Men have far higher base testosterone, which is why men have a higher base musscle mass compared to women. Men also have a larger and stronger bone structure and more lung capacity, resulting in being able to train harder than women. Females also have ...


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Women, on average, have less muscle mass than men1, and have a lesser proportion of their muscle in the upper body2. These make it less likely than a random woman will have the upper body strength needed to perform a pushup compared to a random man. The point raised by C. Lange regarding cultural impact is also an important one - if a society perceives ...


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One benefit of rings is that if you get a strap that can have multiple attachments points (I use a rogue strap looped upward and clipped to itself mid-way to capture the first pair of rings before continuing down again to capture more rings) so that the remainder goes back down even lower), you can have multiple pairs of rings along the length so that there ...


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