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Someone had told me that this is correct:

She needs more power to jump.


It makes me think like she is a machine.

Which word is more natural? Power or energy?

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She needs more powerful muscles to be able to jump over that fence.

She needs to train more to be able to participate in a hurdles race.

She is very tired. She does not have enough energy to jump over that barrier.

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mosjaWhich word is more natural? Power or energy?

'power', 'energy' and 'strength' can all be used with the idea of jumping. Each focuses on a slightly different aspect of the person jumping.

These men possessed the power to jump higher, run faster, and perform acrobatic dunks more spectacular than anyone in the land.

And he still has enough energy to jump on top of the bass drum at the end, spinning one drum stick between his fingers and tossing the other in the air.

Powdermilk Bagels give shy New Yorkers the strength to jump over subway turnstiles.

CJ

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It would be helpful if you give the context.

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The old dog was struggled to jump onto the bed.

A: She needs more power to jump.