Physiologically talking, women and men are the same; they have the same muscle tissue innervation, fiber distribution and responsiveness to strength based exercises, but there is a distinct difference when it comes to the quantity and density of distribution of muscle fibers. Females have more body fat, less muscle mass, lighter bones and shorter heights when compared to men, generally. They also tend to have broader hips compared to their shoulders and waists whereas men tend to have broader shoulders compared to their hips. This tends to give men a mechanical advantage in the upper portion. Watcher, as women have more weight in their lower bodies, they tend to have a lower center of mass and even though a women’s strength is about 2/3rd that of a man, her lower part is as powerful as a man. Some studies have even stated that women have morelower body strength than their masculine counterparts.