The boss left for a week and I thought I would be free to blog, but I’ve been busier this week running in between two offices and dealing with a snowstorm so this is pretty much a lost week.
Here’s a program that you might be interested in watching tonight. It’s another installment of “Fight Science” that runs tonight on National Geographic Channel.
FIGHT SCIENCE: STEALTH FIGHTERSThursday, February 11 at 9PM ET/PT
Los Angeles, CA: Ryan Doyle, co-founder of the World Freerunning and Parkour Federation, leaping off of a high ledge and onto the mat. (Photo Credit: (c) Base Productions)The Fight Science team explores the deadly art of stealth fighters, from attacks and hidden defenses to infiltration and escape skills — and discovers some results that defy science. Watch as experts in Brazilian capoeira, karate, tae kwon do, and muay Thai kickboxing execute hair-trigger techniques that push the limits of human ability with their speed, agility and force. Watch as a martial artist demonstrates evasive maneuvers combining balance and dexterity while moving through a laser beam obstacle course and a Shaolin warrior breaks a steal-tipped spear aimed at his throat, allegedly by manipulating the body’s powerful energy.Video “Free Runners” – Free runner, Ryan, leaps from a 9-foot platform and lands with featherlight ease.
Video “Super Human Ninja Girl” – Fight Science tests Mindy’s strength and flexibility against one of the best security systems modern technology can offer.
Video Blogs – The power of chi can’t be explained by science.