SaxonViolence Posted May 14, 2022 Report Share Posted May 14, 2022 (edited) Friends, I am not sure if this is more Biology or Physics. However, my question is—assuming that there was some means to drastically increases strength—and assume that bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and skin also become proportionately more durable... Sure, take a 6-foot, 250-pound truck driver with a bit of a paunch—make him 3x as strong and maybe he could do feats heretofore only seen performed by 95-pound prepubescent girls who are Olympic level Gymnasts. 5X might be even better,. At some point though, one would rarely have sufficient inertia, traction and leverage to bring one's full strength to bear. At that point, further increases in strength would largely be superfluous. Can we determine, hypothetically, at what multiplier we reach the point of diminished returns? Thanks. Saxon Violence Edited May 14, 2022 by SaxonViolence OceanBreeze 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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