It's an age-old question: What do women want?
Well, a new study conducted by members of UCLA's psychology department indicates that muscular men are twice as likely to have more sexual partners, flings and affairs than their less brawny brothers.
But the study also found that women tend to choose less-muscled men for their long-term relationships.
This morning, Hoda Kotb went to New York's Central Park to find out what women really want. And Ann discussed the results of the study with anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher and sex therapist and relationship expert Dr. Ian Kerner. WATCH VIDEO
The study was conducted between 2002 and 2006 and involved survey responses about muscularity and sexual partners from a total of 788 college students -- 509 women and 279 heterosexual men.
Do you agree with the assessment that, in general, muscle men are more physically attractive but that thinner men are the better long-term bet?
Does this study puncture the conventional wisdom that men are more visually stimulated than women?
And what do you make of all the women in Hoda's tape piece choosing Chris the intern over the muscle-bound man in the photo? Were they just being polite because Chris was standing right there, or do you think they really preferred the intern?