London: Humans are getting weaker and today`s generations simply don`t have the same muscle power as their parents, new evidence suggests.In Western countries such as the UK, U.S. and Canada, muscular strength has hit a plateau and muscular endurance - the ability to repeatedly exert force, such as doing sit-ups - has declined by 8 to 10 per cent since the Eighties, according to Dr Grant Tomkinson, senior lecturer in health sciences at the University of South Australia, a leading researcher on trends in fitness over time.And it is women who are affected most, the Daily Mail reported.
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