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strength curve
• Is the written attempt to Analyze the components of strength production in all human movements and is broken down into 7 innerrelatable factors

Factor 1: angle Q
• It is the definition of Starting strength.(the amount of strength to start the movement) The steeper the line the greater the number of muscle fibers you will have simultaneously recruited in the movement

Factor 2: angle A
• Tangent becomes greater you're going faster and faster in your application of greater force.
•Diminishes from one angle to the next your rate of speed is diminishing as you approach your Max force output.
If it stays the same this means that your speed is increasing linear as you apply greater force

Factor 3 :force
• A maxim out of forest output you produce during any given move me is called F Max

Factor 4: time
• Measure how long it takes from the beginning of upward (concentric) movement to exert maximum force (FMax) ,this is called T Max(reps the speed of movement) in usually it is appropriate to make T Max as short as possible

Factor 5: the relationship between time in force
•fmax÷tmax= explosive strength
starting strength (angle Q is thw ability to turn on motor units. Explosive strength is the ability to leave them turned on, the two are not the same.

Factor 6: relationship between limit strength in Fmax
• Simply working limit strength is not the way for an athlete to become great. Continually hammering limit strength your 1RM will eventually result in muscle being synthesize beyond the point where one strength -to- weight ratio is greatest. Added strength when carried to this extreme almost invariably means added weight slower movement speed and the inability to achieve positive acceleration a steep angle Q let alone greater explosive strength

Factor 7: amortization phase
• The brief moment between East centric in concentric contraction also known as a transition phase 1 of 3 parts of a standard resistance training exercise.