 A guide that applies newton's law to boxing

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Power = speed x force?

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what now? Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself bricht07 -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself how so?

pharochuck -
bricht07 -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself how so?

What's the relevance of this?? bricht07 -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself *you're Frames4Life -
bricht07 -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself you're So bricht07 -
pharochuck -
bricht07 -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? Your embarrassing yourself how so?

What's the relevance of this?? Yeah, who cares about the science of fighting?

Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? In physics power = work/time. It isn't very useful for boxing purposes.

Force would seem to work better, and that is Force = mass x acceleration. So every punches power could be determined by calculating (somehow) the amount of mass a boxer had put into his punch, and multiplying that by the speed of his punch.

HULC -
Frames4Life - ... is what I would like us to put together here.

I don't know where to start.

Power = speed x force?

sooo...

what now? In physics power = work/time. It isn't very useful for boxing purposes.

Force would seem to work better, and that is Force = mass x acceleration. So every punches power could be determined by calculating (somehow) the amount of mass a boxer had put into his punch, and multiplying that by the speed of his punch.

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