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RW mag wants to hear your thoughts...
When a woman started watching male study subjects on the treadmill, they reported a significant drop in RPE (rate of perceived exertion). The opposite was true when a man turned his gaze on them: male watchers made male runners feel they were working harder than they actually were.
Why so? The researchers have no idea - have you got a theory?