Static Strength Examples and Benefits
We know that static strength is the force that a person can exert while remaining stationary.
Static - Stationary
You must now work out what sort of exercises involve applying strength with no movement.
Static strength refers to the force that can be produced by a muscle or group of muscles without any movement occurring at a joint. Static strength is often tested through exercises such as isometric holds, where a person maintains a certain position against resistance for a period of time. This type of strength is important in activities that involve maintaining position or stability, such as holding a heavy object in place or supporting one's own body weight. The benefits of static exercises is that they are a great way to warm up muscles and get the entire body temperature elevated prior to performing dynamic or explosive strength exercises. Static strength exercise therefore help prevent injury.
Note: An easier example would have been a plank but the above example always looks amazing.