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Nature I am guessing!
It's the way they are built. They are a really big animal! They don't need the gym lmao.
This question is hilarious though.
Because humans suck and gorillas are genetically stronger, while we sacrifice intelligence for our strength.
Something in the bananas
Dude how high are u? Jk I don't know why they're strong but its probably becuz they climb trees and stuff
They lift branches and logs. It's their equivalent of lifting weights. Plus climbing those trees work the arms too.
For the same reason why cheetahs are so fast without having to exercise. It's just how they were made. Gorillas could probably live on a space station for years and return to earth without being wheelchair bound.
because the world is a gym for them, everything they go makes them use all muscles, like a mechanics they don't start all buff able to lift a rim with one hand, they work carring heavy shit and eventually they are able to lift a big block with just 3 guys
Using your arms for support as you walk and climbing trees all day will have that effect.
Humans intellect allows a lack of trudging through nature, so we get softer.
I think they climb trees a lot
Genes and forced to escape predators daily.
Because they are naturally born with strong bones and lots of muscles.
lol... i genuinely laughed and then realized "Hmmm that is a good point".
For the same reason men have more muscles than women without going to the gym.
Also they have extremely heavy skeletons.
The banana diet.
Their father's used viagra?
Muscles have strength due to several characteristics which interfere with each other. Essentially apes have great strength but lack very fine motor function. A gorilla could pick up a truck but never play the piano, or more importantly, make a flint arrowhead. Humans evolved to lose the brute strength but gain the ability to make sophisticated tools.
The way their muscles behave is different than ours, when they do something all of their muscles are being used instead of in a selective manner, meaning they do not have the ability to be "graceful" but rather blunt, this allows their muscle fibers to be enhanced by comparison.
For example, gorillas are not capable of the specific movements the human body is capable of due to our selective muscle nature, although they are stronger than us because they use the entire muscle structure at once whenever they do something.
Did you never go to the gym at 4 a. m? That's when the Gorillas usually show up.
Steroids and sitting at home builds more muscle than going to the gym and not being on steroids (both does more)
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