What is the difference between muscular endurance and muscular strength?

Muscular endurance refers to the ability to maintain a contraction or continually perform contractions over time for a specific muscle group. Muscular strength typically refers to how much weight an individual can lift one time, also known as the one rep max (1 RM).

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