Study Finds Worldwide Poor Population More Ripped Than Previous Generations
     Rutgers University released a study on global poverty this week. While the number of poor has increased, the number of people above poverty grew at over three times that rate. Globalization, as well as the export of manufacturing industry to the Third World are major contributors.
     As interesting as these findings are, something more intriguing came out of the study; A lot of poor people are just plain ripped. Apparently shoveling coal for 14 hours a day is great for the upper body and legs. Using a machete to cut sugar cane can give you tone and definition better than any Nautilus machine can. If you look at photos of poor people from the turn of the previous century, everyone looks hollowed out and gaunt. Today's super-poor look as though they could kick your head clean off.
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