I have noticed that you can put more "force" in to each press off the ground when running, making it more of a power run, or a fast sprint, or the kind of running footballers do when they go to tackle another player.
This kind of running differs from running regularly, like on track and field, to me at least.
Long-distance runners do not focus on the "force" or "push" behind each movement as much, such as a wrestler or football player would. They just focus on the endurance and mobility to keep going, but not completely on the power trade off.
So is there any difference between a trade off regarding "running speed" versus "running power"?
PS: This is not just regarding fast-twitch versus slow-twitch muscle fiber types, but a different carry-out force measurement in different practical implementations of the movement.