The Definition Of A Great Athlete
F-MAX is the maximum amount of force output produced during any given movement.
T-MAX is the length of time it takes from the beginning of a concentric movement to exert maximum force.
Strength is the ability to contract a muscle with maximum force.
Power is defined by the amount of force times the distance traveled divided by the time it took from start to finish. (P=fd/t)
A great athlete is one whose F-MAX comes close to their limit strength without an increase in T-MAX.