1. Dynamic strength: Dynamic strength can be called isotonic strength because it is related to the movements. In pull-ups and push-ups we require dynamic strength. In performing such workout, there is a diminishing tendency in dynamic strength and as a result, after sometimes muscles refuse to do work. It can be divided into three parts.
(i) Maximum strength
(ii) Explosive strength
(iii) Strength Endurance
2. Static strength: Static strength is also called isometric strength. It is the ability of muscles to act against resistance. Static strength can be measured by dynamometer. This type of strength is not run directly. Static strength is not usually applied in sports but in weightlifting it is applied in phases.