What’s crazy is that primates have muscles that function very differently then ours. Like chimps when they flex it’s like an explosion similar to us with adrenaline. Meaning our own brain gets in the way til it’s fight or flight. Then you see mothers lifting cars off their children and crazy things like that. Essentially we can do everything an ape can but we have blockers in our mind that prevent it. Why? Idk but it’s crazy to think about
@Natural Sarcasm , don’t know how true this is, but I’ve been told the why is because it could cause damage to other structures like tendons, joints, bones, etc because they can’t really withstand the kind of intensity our own unrestrained muscles can generate.
@Natural Sarcasm , I love science like this. Part of human evolution, is that those who didn't have these blockers until its flight or fight, could go beyond the limits of whats safe for our bodies, and damage themselves by over exerting themselves. They probably wiped themselves out over time doing silly stunts to impress females, like 'yeah you may have lifted a bigger boulder than Unga-Bunga but now you can't use your arms' or perhaps their gene pools were over written by those with the safety blockers. But put some adrenaline in there and your body forgets its training and will let you destroy yourself if you choose to. When the result is more important than self preservation, humans can be a lot stronger than they normally are.
@Natural Sarcasm , I imagine a lifetime spent on your feet in the wilderness would also toughen you up. This would allow for a greater 'total' strength', if that term makes sense, meaning a flex of a more physically, aptly developed human could show similar results. Now we must just tap into the genetic code and edit that to the forefront for superhumans, mwahahaha
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, have you seen clips of I believe it is people with types of autism, can lift ridiculously heavy weights, and it's because their bodies don't have the procedures in place that normally stop us, like certain pain thresholds. We start experiencing pain before we actually give out, where they don't experience this and can keep going. I'm not 100% on this, roughly about like 75%
@Natural Sarcasm , it’s probably to protect us because even though we might be capable of such amazing feats it will still damage our body so it’s kinda like when u go into shock when u suffered a serious injury your body knows it’s hurt but when u go into shock that’s your body making u feel fine so u have a little bit of time to get somewhere safe
@Natural Sarcasm , so what your saying is in a battle to the death, i can punch a monkey in the face.
Plus, it can jerk you off with its foot.
@SurgeonSean, do u know how long it took me to teach this monkey to suck my dïck without peeling it first... chimchim jerked me off with his feet last night and it was amazing