‘Even our most highly trained athletes pale in comparison to these ancestors of ours,’ Dr Colin Shaw told Outside Magazine. ‘We’re certainly weaker than we used to be.’
Human leg bones have grown weaker since farming was invented Scientists found bone structure declined after agriculture emerged Male farmers 7,300 years ago had legs of cross-country runners But just 3,000 years later, they had legs comparable to ‘sedentary’ students Mo Farah would have had some tough competition from […]
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