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What Is Power Training?

What Is Power Training?


As the term itself suggests, power training refers to the stretching and practice one does to increase strength, speed or force or only, stamina and muscle endurance.

Below are easy and small details, which everyone should know about power training (and not people who like fitness)—

Exercises which apply the maximum amount of force as fast as possible is called power training.

  • It consists of strength and speed-boosting practice, like jumping with weights or throwing weights.

  • Purpose of this training is to increase power through Optimal Power, which reflects how quickly you can exert force to produce the desired movement.

  • Strength, Agility, Balance, Flexibility, Local Muscular Endurance, Cardiovascular Endurance, Strength Endurance and Coordination are some benefits of power training.

  • Plyometrics, Loaded Plyometrics, Ballistic Training, Complex Training, Contrast Loading, Explosive Power Lifts, Gymnastics, Sprint Training, Deep-Breathing and Intra-abdominal Pressure—all come under it, as the types of power training.

  • Some myths around power training go as– “it’s a guy thing,” “it’ll turn you into a hulk,” “it requires a gym,” and that, “it’s hard to regain muscle once it’s gone.”

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  • Power training lowers bad cholesterol, blood pressure and boosts metabolism that will burn more calories when your body is resting.

Now, as you know all about power training, why not experiment it as soon as possible?

Balancing, Leg Press, Medicine Ball Squat Throws, Squat Jump and Barbell Curl are some exercises that you can begin your power training with, right away, to develop your physique and live a superhero life!

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