Force = Mass x Acceleration
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force
The greater the force applied to an object the greater the acceleration
Resistance exercises using gravity on the body as resistance
Rapid eccentric contraction followed by forceful concentric contraction of muscles
Inclusion of box jumps in training
Exercises involving explosive use of the muscles
Structuring training to achieve the optimum state of readiness to perform.
The process of structuring training in phases or cycles to achieve desired outcomes.
A reduction in training before a major event to allow for a complete recovery from fatigue.
Base of support
Movement in the ankle joint supported by the soleus and gastrocnemius.
Movement in the elbow joint during a bicep burl.
Extension of the neck and head towards the sky.
A measure of how much force is acting on an object that causes it to rotate.
Equal to resistance force (load) over mechanical advantage.
Force x Force arm = Resistance x Resistance Arm
The turning gravity force that causes rotation.
Equal to gravity force x moment arm.