Power is becoming more of a need in the world of football as the physical nature of the game becomes more prevalent.
Many believe soccer, on the other hand, is about more than talent and ability. It's all about resilience.
If you don't focus on your power, you'll never be a full player. Some may consider soccer to be a "running" sport in which endurance training is necessary.
Power training, also known as weight lifting, conjures up visions of heavy bodies that would slow a game down.
He may not be well-known simply because he plays in the lower English leagues, but he is without a doubt England's most powerful football player.
We've seen some truly massive players succeed in recent years thanks to a combination of extreme strength and impressive technique.
Adebayo Akinfenwa, a veteran of the English lower leagues, has embarrassed countless defenders over the years.
Adebayo Akinfenwa is the world's most dominant professional football player in 2021, and his physique speaks for itself.
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