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The finding is independent of body size and instead concerns the physical property of individual muscle fibers, O'Neill said.Both humans and chimps can gain strength through exercise and the creation of more muscle fibers.In terms of jumping, pushing, pulling and lifting, humans are indeed weaker than most primates, the group of mammals that includes apes and monkeys, the study authors noted.[Meet Your Muscles: 6 Remarkable Human Muscles]But don't let that get you down.Human muscles have enabled us to walk and run great distances, providing us with the foraging and hunting abilities that ultimately made us human.These differences in muscles likely emerged within the past 7 million years, when early human ancestors developed more slow-twitch muscle fibers (which are good for endurance) than fast-twitch muscles (which are good for speed and punch), according to Matthew O'Neill, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix.
The price of that power, though, is that chimps and other apes tire more easily and cannot walk great distances to find food — or, for that matter, to find new lands and make new discoveries.
If you were to wrestle a chimpanzee in some kind of bizarre battle of the species, you'd be at a serious disadvantage.
Pound for pound, our closest cousins in the animal kingdom are about 1.35 times more powerful than humans, according to the first study to compare the underlying biology and mechanics of chimpanzee muscle to human muscle, along with reviewing previous research on the topic.
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