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🤜🏿Power vs Strength🤛🏻
POWER is basically the amount of work done in a given or in certain amount of time where STRENGTH is basically the amount of force you exert on something.
Requires Strength & Speed ( around 70-80 % of max or lower than 50 % of max) 👇🏿explanation below👇🏿
The Weight has to be heavy enough but not too heavy that you can explode as fast as you can with good form or the weight has to be light enough so you can basically exaggerate movements... things like sprints, box jumps, box squats etc...
(85 % and Higher)
Requires you to use heavy weight you can do for no more than 3 reps.
Strength training regiments are basically for powerlifting types 😂 or in other words strength-lifters
& power would more so for athletes in most sports.
It would be easier for an athlete to transition to strength training rather than a powerlifter ( strength lifter) to power type of training. Because they already have the strength and speed which actually work greatly together to increase strength.
📝" If it takes a powerlifter 5 seconds to squat 500lb rather than an athlete pushing up 450 in 1.5 seconds... it's likely the athlete can squat just as much or maybe even more"
The advantage athletes may have over powerlifters are fast twitch muscles which greatly help them for power exercises
Power and strength are both very similar but so different at the same time. But you can make it work together for greater overall strength and explosiveness which will transition many other aspects of training.
✅Box Squats 425lb 3 pause reps
✅One Legged Box Jumps
✅Short broad jump to one legged box jump
✅Broad jump to jump to one legged box jump
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