I think the technical term is "Downs Syndrome" but I'd be reminded of this retarded kid at our church who might have been 5'6 but was shockingly stocky and would have occasional violent outbursts and holy supertards that kid could toss a surprisingly heavy lunch table with frightening power!
Now, here is what someone told me but basically so-called "retard strength" isn't truly and technically more strength but actually the ability to not stop all their possible strength. In other words, in fact the average person could throw a table that hard but would be mitigated by severe pain signals informing you that you are about to pretty much rip every fibre of muscle down your entire upper body and then as well your normal brain recognizes that, regulates it and for that matter your cognitive abilities go "oh oh ya I shouldn't tear ligaments of the joints for this single throw".
Confirming or validating that theory I once had a retard-strength hand. I had some nerve damage problem with my hands. The left hand especially. Basically I'd sometimes lose feeling. One day we just happened upon one of these 'grip-tester' things where you squeeze and a little gauge tells you how strong it is. I fucking destroyed this thing. I mean to my surprise and to shocked friends I literally maxed it right out easily. I was shocked because it was "easy". I don't even remember straining or anything. The next day I woke up with absolutely brutal forearm pain. I mean I could barely open and close a fist without shocks of raw terrible pains and for gym people imagine just the most extreme soreness. It was honestly 2 weeks of healing. Later a doctor explained what probably happened is I had no feeling (c4 nerves or something like that) and in the excitement of friends and games just shredded my muscles and ligaments. He did explain technically muscles could be twice as strong at least once before failing badly.
Okay sorry didn't want to make this about my retard-arm strength (which also becomes superweak sometimes btw) but lets keep this on proper full-retards:
- Are they truly super strong and is there some kind of physical difference that might explain it? Tighter muscle fibres or stockier bodies or what is 'Retard-Strength' anyways??