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Functional Power Circuit I

Functional Power Circuit I7 Dec. 2015
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An intense but fun workout

An intense but fun workout to train power in all the different movement patterns while building your cardio.

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Solid circuit!

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That guy is crazy training with you!

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Love circuit training. Will be giving this a go!

Lesson 1 - Voltage, Current, Resistance (Engineering Circuit Analysis)

Lesson 1 - Voltage, Current, Resistance (Engineering Circuit Analysis)4 Feb. 2016
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This is just a few minutes

This is just a few minutes of a complete course.

Get full lessons & more subjects at: http://www.MathTutorDVD.com.

In this lesson the student will learn what voltage, current, and resistance is in a typical circuit.

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I'm confused about the last one cuz in class I was taught that the current would travel to multiple wired and loads that are on different sections nad that it works better becuz if one of the loads stopped working then the others would still function.

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Why we denote current with “i”?

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The hole current is less imaginary than the idea of electron current. The flow of a chain of probabilistic wave forms is brain boggling. The almost absence of a probabilistic space is as close to knowing where things are when we're trying to know electrons

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"The conventional symbol for current is I, which originates from the French phrase intensité du courant, (current intensity)"

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If resistance is opposing to current then how we limit voltage with resistance??? It will not resist for voltage??

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My whole life I couldn't reconcile talking about current moving from (+) to (-) when in fact it was electrons seeking positive. Thank you for explaining the concept of hole current and the fact that it's just a mathematical convenience! Must've missed that day in class...

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Beauregarde St. Beauregarde

You use cross section(al area) for resistance, but diameter for the straw. I'd probably prefer using the former for both uniformly.

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Engineers needs better words, they lack a lot of them

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I would like to give an analogy for hole current. Suppose two trains are standing in a station and intend to move in opposite direction. If one of the train moves and you are sitting in one of train gives you a feeling that both the trains are moving.

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Too long or too much explanation getting to the point

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I comes from the German word "Intensität" which translates to "Intensity" in English. In Dutch we call the voltage 'spanning' it means tension.

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Power Training Circuit: What is a Power Training Circuit I What is a Power Circuit Training

Power Training Circuit: What is a Power Training Circuit I What is a Power Circuit Training25 Jul. 2018
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What is a power training

What is a power training circuit or what is power circuit training? Is there a difference between the two?

This power training circuit tutorial discusses

- what is a power training circuit

- what are the characteristics of circuit training

- what are the characteristics of power training

- and we put the pieces together, circuit training and power training

What is power circuit training or power training circuit?

Let's define the difference between a circuit training and a station training.

The classical literature of sports science distinguishes between circuit training and station training.

Let's look at a practical example.

In the background of the video you can see four racks, and you can imagine each rack would be a station.

A station training is defined by completing all reps and sets on one station, whilst a circuit training is defined by completing one set on one station and move to the next station, and so on.

What is power training?

I have discussed the characteristics of power training in previous videos

- What is Power Training https://youtu.be/C4EG1l7Foeg

- What is the difference between strength training and power training https://youtu.be/htzXuMq39iw

A short recap, strength training is the ability to overcome resistance, and power training is the ability to overcome resistance as fast as possible.

The physical formula of power is force multiplied by velocity, therefore it's not only how heavy you can lift, but it's also how fast do you can lift.

Power training can be trained with a broad range of intensities from 0% of the 1RM until 70/80% of the 1RM, and different training efforts.

The different efforts are

- plyometric effort, which is characterized by the involvement of a stretch shortening cycle

- ballistic effort, which is characterized by the X object goes into a free flight at the end of the movement

- dynamic effort, where intensities are higher and the concentric phase is executed as fast as possible

Power Training Circuit considerations

Important considerations for a power training circuit or a power circuit training is to consider the different energy systems.

The different energy systems for power training circuits are the ATP-CP system, which gives energy for up to 6 to 10 seconds.

When discussing power circuit trainings it is aso important to consider the ability to last power training efforts.

The phosphagen system leaves energy for 20, 30,40 seconds, therefore it is important to think about the energy systems that also determines the duration of the effort, considers the work-rest ratios, and the rest periods between the sets.

Power circuit training exercises

One more question, that stands out for doing power training circuits is ‘What exercises should we do?’

The exercises need to be appropriate for the power training, which means you need to be able to execute that exercise explosively, and you need to think about circuits, where you want to go from one station to the next, therefore it is good to think about an exercise that doesn't need to take too much preparation into account, so that you can basically start the movement, finish the movement and move on quickly.

Power Training Circuit conclusions

Now, let’s put the pieces together.

We discussed the difference between a station training versus circuit training and know what circuit training is.

We talked about power training, as the ability to perform the power circuit training movements as explosive as possible with a broad range of intensities and different power training circuit efforts.

We discussed the energy systems that are important for power circuit training, because the longer the duration gets, it’s not really a power training circuit anymore. It needs to be short in duration and high in intensity.

The power circuit training exercise selection, where you want to choose exercises that allow you to set up quickly and finish quickly to allow you to move from one station to the next station very quickly.

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