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There is no doubt that any exercise can help you increase your power, but the most important thing is to know which exercises work and which ones don't. I will show you which exercises are most effective for each power level. If you are not a fan of weight lifting, you might be wondering about the differences between body weight and weight training. In the past, some body weight workouts were done on an empty stomach, but today you are more likely to work your body by eating food during your workout. Weight lifting and weight training are not the same thing, but they can be used interchangeably. Body weight exercises tend to help with your power, but weight training can help you with flexibility, flexibility, and strength. Body weight exercises are more of a "stretch" type of workout. The "stretch" part means that you do something heavy to make the muscles work harder and stretch more. If you have been watching bodyweight exercises, you would know that they are done to improve your flexibility. As the flexibility increases, the body needs to use less muscle mass to move the weight. But that same body weight exercise can also help you improve your agility.