Jun 24, 2013
The ultimate achievement is the completion of the 1,000-day
challenge, which would rank among the most demanding physical and
mental challenges in the world 1.Did Rock Climbing Help Us
Start Walking Upright? By Shaunacy Ferro A new
theory suggests humans became bipedal so that we could scramble up
The Running Marathon monks of Mt. Hiei
The Kaihōgyō is a set of the ascetic physical endurance trainings for which the Japanese "marathon monks" of Mt. Hiei are known. These Japanese monks are from the Shugendō and the Tendai school of Buddhism, a denomination brought to Japan by the monk Saichō in 806 from China.
have Chimpanzee feet ?
About 8% of people tested by Boston University researchers had midfoot flexibility of the sort that apes use to climb trees, according to a study published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropolgy.
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