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I got tired of attacking ESPN Sport Science. Well, tired of attacking might not be the best term. How about, attack in a new way (here are my older Sport Science attacks). Check out episode 1 of Spoof Science: A couple of notes: Watch it youtube if you want the HD version Making videos takes…

Sport Science FTW!

Normally, it isn’t really news when a show doesn’t do anything wrong. I am making an exception for ESPN’s Sport Science. Here is part 2 of Sport Science trying to reproduce Kobe Bryant’s “jumping over a car” stunt. And here is part 1 (although part 2 is the only interesting part). See. I can get…

18,000 lbs of cumulative force

I want to give ESPN’s Sport Science another chance. The segment on Tim Tebow didn’t really have any errors. I thought, cool – what about this one on Jason Pierre-Paul? Here is the clip. Oh wait, embedding is disabled. Ok – if you want to watch go here (the image is a link) The goal…

I already looked at ESPN’s Sport Science episode where they calculate that Marshawn Lynch produces 54,000 watts when pulling some tires. Yes, that is way too high. However, what would happen if some was actually that powerful? What could that person do? How fast could they run 100 meters? That is what I am going…

I can pull more than 3000 POUNDS!

Note: This is part of my ongoing attack of ESPN’s show Sport Science. Really, I am continuing to look at the episode where they calculate a football player can produce 57,000 Watts by pulling some stuff. Wait…I don’t want to limit my stuff to Sport Science. I see this stuff all the time. The problem…

Sport Science: Pulling and Power

I would like to continue my attack on the show Sport Science – ESPN. In this short episode, they are comparing the power of NFL player Marshawn Lynch with that of a truck. You can watch it here if you would like. There are two things that are not quite right with this episode, first,…