Developing Reactive Strength

Posted by Caoimhe Morris on 16-Jul-2020 18:35:56

[7 minute read]

Introduction /

Explosive strength is a vital aspect of athletic performance, as it dictates both the amount of force developed and the rate that force is developed at. Explosive strength is important for various athletic tasks such as acceleration, change of direction and sprinting. Without explosive strength athletes would be less able both produce and absorb forces in competition.

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Topics: Programming, S&C, Strength, Power, Reactive Strength

Training for Strength and Power

Posted by Ben Smalley on 02-Jul-2020 12:39:48

[4 minute read]

Introduction /

Strength & Power development are two vital elements of Strength and Conditioning (S&C) training. When we speak of strength, we refer to the ability of muscles to produce force. Power however is the rate (velocity) at which this force is produced1

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Topics: Programming, S&C, Strength, Power