Hypothetically, should a force feel the same as its measured force at relativistic speeds? Obviously a human body would not survive the force of a rotation at say, 0.6 the speed of light, but it’s easier to imagine the problem using large values.
Now, because time runs slower in the body's frame for every completed rotation at 0.6c, the (externally applied) force will be felt for a shorter time per rotation. Will the force therefore be felt more or less intensely- due to “relativistic power”? (I don't know if this makes sense). Perhaps there is no change. Or no answer.