Infographic: Exploring ways humans have adapted for endurance running

| December 9, 2019
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The Endurance Running hypothesis is the latest incarnation of the open-plain models of human evolution, which speculated that human is anatomically and physiologically adapted to endurance running in the hot savannah, running down preys to exhaustion, like a few hunter-gatherer tribes in South Africa and Central America still do today. This is why, according to the model, we all love running marathons.


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