is the force that can be held in one place (force)
Static strength = Force
Strength is the weight that can be moved through a distance
(work), or the ability of muscle to generate force against a
Strength = Force x Distance
Example: competitive powerlifting (a misnomer)
Power is the product of a force and the speed (power). Power
can be expressed by the work achieved in a unit time (asymptotic).
Power is a combination of strength and speed.
Power = Force x Distance / Time
Example: Olympic style weightlifting (strength dominated power),
shot-put or jump (speed dominated power)
Speed is the distance traveled per unit time without regard
to direction (speed)
Speed = Distance / Time
Example: sprinting, running
Velocity is the speed and direction of an entity (velocity)
Velocity = Speed and direction
Muscular Endurance = ability to perform repetitive or sustained
muscular contractions against some resistance for and extended
period of time.