I found nothing definitive, but here's what I gather (using US as baseline since we're talking American football):
- weight: 163 lbs
- Bench Press (untrained): 80 lbs
- Bench Press (novice): 90 lbs
- weight: 163 lbs
- Bench Press (untrained): 135 lbs
- Bench Press (novice): 175 lbs
- weight: 245 lbs
- Bench Press: 370 lbs
My results are inconclusive but my best guess is that linebackers are modestly larger and stronger ((26% & 111%) proportionally to average men, versus men to women (18% & 94%).
I don't think I've ever heard of a reviewer actually attempting to replicate research themselves as part of the peer-review process.
My wife actually had a reviewer go out into the bush and collect data to counter one of her assumptions, despite numerous publications making the same assumption. Some people just can't help themselves.
I do, but I learned to code on ultrasparcs in the computer lab, so vim was about all that would run. I probably never gave emacs a fair shake in later days, but I never saw a compelling reason to switch and enjoy the benefits of vim (I'm a minimalist at heart). I almost always have an instance of gvim running for quick data manipulation beside visual studios in my daily grind, in addition to the vsvim plugin for visual studios. Age 33.
doing just a few things well might be enough:
-good timepiece. Obvious clock, but also timer.
-dead simple integration with select phone apps. Less is more as long as quality is high.
-be rugged, I don't want to have to baby a thing I wear all the time.
-look attractive, I'd say mimic non-smart watch look as much as possible.
-not require me to do a lot to charge the thing or haul around another charger. I would love to see something like kinetic charging.
-do something novel. Synth display with ambient sound in a club? NFC ring? Just a few ideas done right might put it over the top.
If money is speech then let's just bypass the circus and get payed directly to vote. We could even have a government marketplace for buying votes, to make sure the rich don't have to pay extra. Of course, our legislators would never allow that level of competition.