Just so you guys know what’s in my head.
Four of our athletes were in Olympic Lifting Class last night. After working on our "high butt goiter" for a while so hard that "I can’t remember, I have to pee." *This was a great class* we (I) decided to test vertical jump heights and calculate some max power outputs
Dan: 66kg Bodyweight, 55.88cm Jump
Darryl: 92kg Bodyweight, 36.19cm Jump
Karen: 77kg Bodyweight, 35.56cm Jump
Collin: 82kg Bodyweight, 45.72 Jump
P = 2.21 x wt x SQRT of Jump HT (punch it out in the ole’ calculator)
Dan = 1090w
Darryl = 1223w
Karen = 1014w
Collin = 1225w
Next time you’re on the rower change the unit so it reads out in meters and you’ll suddenly understand the tremendous power (literally) of jumping heights and of maximal outputs versus sustained submaximal outputs.
And, yes I am a geek. Yay Burpees
Big Sweet Lou – working on his sled pulls….