That particular data was posted (it covers more than bench press if you look at it) because of the question about women training in regards to an untrained male. It was given as a comparative to show different levels of training and strength levels of both men and women. Which someone had posted that a trained female can be as strong or stronger than certain males. But, once again, you have missed the point entirely. People are trying to find and have a meaningful dialog and all you are interested in is finding the "i" that is not dotted and focusing on that. What is the purpose of your disagreement, other than to just disagree? Can a reasonable person look at the data posted and come to the conclusion that, the average male is stronger than the average female? Can they come to the conclusion that a female can train herself and become stronger than males who remain untrained? Based on those, can you design a training methodology for your students to help tip the odds in favor of your female martial art students? All the rest is just smoke and mirror just to argue and doesn't matter to what the original topic was. In NLP, they have a saying that is very appropriate in discussions like this. "The map is not the territory". A map is useful in navigating you where you want to go and to get where you need to be, but it is not the actual thing. People on here are navigating the territory just fine and getting to where they need to go and you are looking at the map and arguing if it is a stream or a creek and demanding to prove that it is really a creek. It misses the whole point of using the map to get where you need to go.