Originally Posted by Chris Mason
I'm confused, are you simply trying to wow us with your brilliance, or did you want an answer?
Intensity does not equal power. Intensity is a measure of load vs. force production capacity in a given plane etc., and power is work over time. There is a correlation in that high power normally requires high force production capacity, but they one does not equal the other.
I want to know if others agree with me that Intensity and Power are correlated rather than bring exactly equal to each other.
I also want to know if others think that it would be positive to update that section of the article/study material (seen here: http://journal.crossfit.com/2002/04/foundations.tpl
) and in the L1 lecture.