How Men Have Changed in the Past 100 Years, and Why We Can All Forget About Gentlemen

British researchers found out that in the past 100 years, men have become about 3.9 inches taller and also have gained a lot of weight. But they have also become much weaker. The lack of physical activity has led to the fact that their grip pressure has become 19 pounds lower than their fathers’ at the same age. And now they are equal to the modern 30-34-year-old women.