In Part 2, I introduced you to a SECRET FORMULA.
Now that you have the formula, I am sure you are wondering what to do with it.
NICE FORMULA, NOW WHAT?
Because F = ma, you don't always need to lift heavy weight in order to generate a great deal of force.
To make this more concrete, let's walk through an example using the deadlift.
|Rob Mulligan does this without a belt|
(Again, due to the audience, I am going to keep this simple and leave out the true units for Force and acceleration.)
Imagine you performed a deadlift of 350lbs at a speed of 10.
What would the force be?
F = m*a = 350 * 10 = 3500
What would the force be if I asked you to move 175lbs at a speed of 20?
F = m*a = 175 * 20 = 3500
As can be seen, you generate the same force in both situations.
- The lighter the weight, the faster you can lift.
- The faster you lift, the more force you generate.
AND YOUR POINT IS ... ???
|This guy hates my guts right now|
In the next post, we finally answer the following questions.
- Does lifting light weight faster make me bigger than lifting heavy weight slower?
- Does this mean I never have to lift heavy weight again?
- What do the guys from the Jersey Shore do?
- Why did you take 4 posts to cover 1 topic?