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Bruce Lee didn’t have “superhuman” energy

“Wired” article on Bruce Lee

 Photograph is of Stephen Hwa Ph.D. utilizing “Neijin” to fend off 3 folks

Concerning the “Wired” hyperlink and video, Tom Kostusiak mentioned:  “I got here throughout this. As a physics nerd, I benefit from the rationalization. I’m curious of the opposite formulation.”

Since Tom “tagged” Stephen Hwa and myself Jim Roach with the Fb publish I made a decision to move it on.  I contacted my trainer Tai Chi Grasp Stephen Hwa and requested him concerning the “formulation.  

 Stephen Hwa:  “The
author appropriately factors out Bruce Lee used his physique momentum together with his
punch to ship the ability. The author calculates his physique momentum
pressure together with his punching pressure. So, it’s not strictly a Fajing transfer, if
Fajing has to make use of inner pressure as I described in my Youtube video,
Fajing 1 & 2..”


 Pricey Grasp Stephen Hwa
, thanks for the response and deciphering of the author’s equations.
I hold having the thought nevertheless that the Physics Professor who wrote
the article might have on the very least a scarcity of
warning. How does one not bodily see the usage of momentum pressure in
these movies? My gosh, Lee’s physique (foot) leaves the bottom. “A flying
physique can knock you down” involves thoughts in regard to momentum pressure.


 Calling momentum pressure
“superhuman”? I suppose these 12 12 months olds in my historic Tae Kwon do class are actually “Supermen”.  I suppose the fascination with Bruce Lee will proceed and
even shade the pondering of even probably the most educated. This brings to thoughts
what I personally like about your educating and that’s its understanding
might be attained at a Excessive Faculty degree.


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