Fight Like A Physicist

Fight Like A Physicist

The Incredible Science Behind Martial Arts

Book - 2015
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An in-depth, sometimes whimsical look into the physics behind effective fighting techniques and examining the core principles that make them work: momentum, energy, center of mass, levers and wedges. It also exposes the illusion of safety provided by gloves and helmets, aiding the reader in reducing traumatic brain injury in marital arts, boxing, and other contact sports.--Publisher.
Publisher: Wolfeboro, NH USA : YMAA Publication Center, Inc., [2015]
ISBN: 9781594393389
1594393389
9781594393396
Branch Call Number: 796.81 THALKEN
Characteristics: xiv, 161 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Dec 12, 2016

This book reads more of an ego trip for the author than a genuine, information disseminating affair. Not particularly informative. [For an excellent book on Bruce Lee, though, I would recommend Tommy Gong's book, titled Bruce Lee.]

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