Even when you work out every day, it might be impossible to supersize your strength, turbocharge your speed, and blast stress if you are not adding power to your workout routine. This is because most weight-training workouts are designed to help you pack on muscle, burn fat, or add strength, not to build power. Power is the combination of strength and velocity, which can be achieved in various ways. Some of the ways to power up your training include going light, going to a band camp, starting with speed, not always going hard, and spinning it.
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