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Which Part of Your Body Is the Strongest?

I try hard to strengthen my body as a whole, but because of all the running, biking, and yoga I do, my legs are definitely the strongest part on my body. How about you?

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Gymagain Gymagain 6 years
My chest and shoulders together are stronger. My legs are weaker then they should be.
Briandiesel Briandiesel 8 years
Rock climbing has made my body pretty strong all over- but my legs are definitely the strongest
thenekoling thenekoling 8 years
Legs, for sure. Gosh, I wish I could say my core is my strongest part! Definitely working on that.
Spectra Spectra 8 years
Considering that I can squat more weight than my husband (who's twice my size), I'd have to say my legs. I think women in general have stronger legs because they HAVE to...we have to carry babies around for 9 months; that takes quite a bit of endurance!
Poppie Poppie 8 years
My legs are sooooo strong...running field hockey etc
dunnonuttin dunnonuttin 8 years
My abs, then my arms, then my legs..... :o)
J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 8 years
I heard from a trainer that legs tend to be the strongest body part for women. Looks like the results of the poll fit that idea.
tatsauce tatsauce 8 years
My legs! I think that naturally women have stronger lower halves. It's incredible how weak my arms & upper body still are even after lifting weights, yoga, and push ups...something ain't right.
simplyfab87 simplyfab87 8 years
My legs, with my abs a close second. My arms are so weak but I'm working on that.
shiningeyes shiningeyes 8 years
My lower back is actually my strongest, but my abs are still week. (Legs are a close second.)
weffie weffie 8 years
I've always had freakishly strong man-arms, no idea why! Every time I get a shot, the nurse asks me if I play tennis lol
hottpink hottpink 8 years
Legs and core.
sunshinepointe sunshinepointe 8 years
Years as a figure skater and dancer...ya, my legs are hella strong.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
Overall, my body is equally strong as a whole. I do exercise my whole body, as balance and symmetry is important to me. I have a shapely upper body, core, and lower body. Because of this, I think I move well, as my entire body is well-conditioned. With that said, I think I do have an Achilles' heel. It's my lower back. Due to an injury when I was a teenager, my lower back is a little sensitive, and it's the first part to complain when I'm fatigued. Per my medical check-ups, I'm fine, but I do need to guard it sometimes.
AlexisSF AlexisSF 8 years
My legs — for sure.
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