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Christopher Bloom Cobenhagen Grad Student in Sport and Health Science American Military University I have been a Personal Trainer, Coach and Group Fitness Instructor in some capacity for the last... more »Christopher Bloom Cobenhagen Grad Student in Sport and Health Science American Military University I have been a Personal Trainer, Coach and Group Fitness Instructor in some capacity for the last 16 years. After working as a Personal Trainer with Coach Glassman in the 90’s, I enlisted in the Marine Corps and served as an Infantry Squad Leader and Counterintelligence Specialist for nearly a decade. While serving as a small unit leader in the Corps, I was able to bring what I learned from Coach Glassman and implemented concepts of the CrossFit methodology into my unit’s physical training program. This functional training was tested under fire in both Iraq and Afghanistan where fitness was truly a life or death matter. I am an Accredited Instructor with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, have a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport and Health Science with a Minor in Sports Medicine and am currently working on a Masters in Sport and Health Science at American Military University.

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News 3 Laws of Motion

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This video connects back to lecture because we have been disguising Newton's laws of motion, and what is a result of each action. I thought this video provide great examples of what each law is and...

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Law and Public Policy

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Newton's Laws

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This week in class we discussed Newton's three laws of motion these being the law of Inertia, law of Motion and law of Reciprocity. I have linked this website because it breaks down each law into s...

Soccer and Newtons Laws

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Throughout this last week, we talked a some about different perspectives on development, different theories, and Newtons' Law and how they work within development. I have played soccer my whole l...

Science of Football: Newton's Third Law of Motion

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This is a video from NBC on the science of football and how it directly relates to Newton's Third Law, which is the Law of Motion. The short clip explains how higher speed and momentum help in crea...

Newton's 3rd Law in Relation to Running

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This video related to what we are learning in class because it is explains how Newton's 3rd law affects the way we run. It goes in depth on how exactly this law affects your running performance bas...

Forces on a Soccer Ball

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I picked this article because we were talking about Newtons Law's of Motion in class and we had to read about them as well. This article talks about how when a soccer ball is kicked Newtons Law's ...

The Three Laws of Motion

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Many concepts can be difficult to understand and I believe that images always help to bring clarification to the table. This image uses something that we can all relate to. For the first law it tal...

HUB Post for the week of Aug 29-Sept 1

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The content I have posted pertains to this week's class lectures by emphasizing the importance for swimmers to understand Newton's Laws of Gravity. The law that pertains to swimming the most accord...

Newton's first law

Item added by Aurelie Delafosse

In this video it shows a gymnast casting away from the bar before she swings. By doing the cast away from the bar, she is exhibiting Newton's first law because she is gaining more momentum in her s...

Laws of Motion in Basketball (post 1)

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This article talks about Newton's laws are applied to basketball. When it comes to the first law, the article gives the example of how gravity is the key factor. As for the second law it talks abou...

Chapter 2 & 3

Item added by Cierra Underwood

What stood out to me this week in class discussions was the theories of motor development and Newton's laws of motion. The three theories are Maturational perspective, Information processing perspe...

Newtons 3rd Law

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We discussed in class this week, Newton's three laws of motion, and got to learn more about them by doing an assignment based around these three laws. I chose to look up an article that specifical...

Newtons 3rd Law

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We discussed in class this week, Newton's three laws of motion, and got to learn more about them by doing an assignment based around these three laws. I chose to look up an article that specifical...

Biomechanics and Newton's Law (Article One)

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This article provides a recap on what force and inertia are and how they relate to human movement. The article also briefly describes Newton's third law, and describes how understanding this law co...

Newton's First Law Breakdown

Item added by Ethan Brody Seter

Basically just explains how Newton's First Law works. This is important to our class because this law is used so much when talking about how the body moves.

Physics explained through Soccer

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This article talks about how Newton's first, second and third laws relate to sports, more specifically soccer. The article talked about how friction, force, speed, action, reaction and other princi...

Force

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Elaborate video on Newtons Law of Motions in reference to this week's discussion on force. In sports, we need to consider the law of motions in relation to force, especially the first law of motio...

Using Newton's three laws for increasing challenge to your workouts.

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As an avid runner who has spent the past two months running in Yak tracks as a means of keeping myself vertical while running. I appreciated this article as I have found myself more fully understa...

Superman vs. Newtons Third Law of motion

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Newton's third law of motion states that "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction". Now how does this relate to superman? Well Newton's third law of motion prevents him from doing...

Basic Biomechanics: Newton's Laws of Motion

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This article clearly defines Newton's laws of motion and describes how it applies to biomechanics, the physics of body movement. For each law, there is an example of common movements and actions th...

Newton's First Law of Motion

Item added by Clothilde Peseux

Sorry for the accent of the speaker :)! I thought that video was a very good explanation of what the Newton's First Law of Motion is. The examples she gave help me visualizing the law itself! I h...

Newtons Laws in sports

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I picked to shelf a video on you tube that's about Newton's three laws and what they have to do with real life sports. This video shows examples of Newton's first law in soccer, his second law in b...

Frankie Torres Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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We have just gone over talking about Newton's law and how it can apply to sports, this link will tell you about using Newton's law of motion when it comes to kicking a soccer ball. Newton's 1st and...

Post #1

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Newton's three laws changed the world of fight. He first developed the theories of gravitation in 1666. His first law regards the content of velocity. The second law explains how the velocity chang...

Discussing and Assessing Capacity for Sexual Consent

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Boni-Saenz explores consent and all of the in's and out's of consent and the laws that are associated with consent. Each concept of consent (knowledge, rational and voluntariness) is discussed in d...

GMO labeling in CT first on the books

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Anyone living on the East coast. This is a very unusual law that will allow GMO labeling on foods only if neighboring states will also pass a similar law.

History of Special Education Law

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Fairly short video on the history of special education law.

Article 7 - Indiana's Special Education Law

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This is the law upon which all special education decisions are based in Indiana. It must meet IDEA, but can exceed what IDEA sets forth.

What is the true definition of Law and Public Policy.

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What is the definition of Law and Public Policy and does it affect other social issues occurring and how does it relate.

Harvard Extension School- Free Online Computer Course

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"This course focuses on information as quantity, resource, and property. We study the application of quantitative methods to understanding how information technologies inform issues of public polic...

10 tips for writing a grad school personal statement

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A filmed personal statement might have helped Elle Woods get into Harvard Law School, but in the real world, you’re better off sticking to these tips. If you have seen the 2001 film, Legally Blo...

Blocking Anti-GMO scientists from US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

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This article discusses how scientists that are ANTI GMO are unable to assist with the US Environmental Protection Agency via a new law. This law has not been passed yet but if it was to be passed t...

Newton's Laws of Motion in Sports

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I like this article because it talks about Newton's laws of motion. It gives you a definition of each law and examples that relate to how each law is used in sports.

Example of Newton's 3rd law of motion

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This pertains to what we learned in class because we've been talking about motion and stability. To every action there is an opposite reaction. It's important to add to my folder because it's a per...

Newtons Third Law In Basketball

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This video explains how newtons third law works when you shoot a basketball. You exert a force on the ball and the ball exerts an equal and opposite force on your hand.

Newton's Law in Sports Article

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In this quick article, I believe it correlates well with our discussion in class that we had this week on Newton's Law. It quickly describes the way that basketball uses Newton's Three Laws of Moti...

Science of NFL Football: Newton's First Law Of Motion

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In this video Lester Holt breaks down Isaac Newton's First Law of Motion and how it can change how fast players can speed the football up or slow it down.

Newton's Third Law

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This video demonstrates newtons third law, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Some of the demonstrations in this video take place in space as well which makes it a little mor...

Newton's Law in Sports Article

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In this quick article, I believe it correlates well with our discussion in class that we had this week on Newton's Law. It quickly describes the way that basketball uses Newton's Three Laws of Moti...

Simple Science Experiments: Newton’s First Law of Motion

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This article shows a easy experiment to really understand Newton's first law of inertia.

Newton's Law of Motion shown in a special kind of sport

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We see, hear and read about Newton's law of motion and how it is applied to basic sports involving a ball. Well this sport of figure skating we can see these laws applied in a different perspective.

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OpenCulture

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"Get 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading universities — Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouT...

Natural Law in American Constitutional Theory

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SPEA Program

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Why is SPEA such a good program and what doe it have to offer.

Further explanations in decline of violence

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This article goes into detail on some of the causes of decline in crime. Cited by criminologists this article explains how improved police tactics have helped catch a larger amount of criminals, an...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Muscular Strength vs. Muscular Endurance

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Personal records (PRs) are a huge aspect in the art of fitness, but there's also more to fitness than just lifting heavy weights. Being functional with weight is a huge importance as well. This art...

Hamtring and pelvic tilt with LBP

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Researchers could not establish a clear correlation between hamstring tightness and pelvic tilt with subjects exhibiting low-back pain.

Wright's Law

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wrights law articles

Laws of Motion applied to Basketball

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Comments Matching "Law"

This article from 2013 directly relates to the topics discussed in the (Thompson and Manore, 2015) text regarding Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). I also wanted to learn more about this condition afte...

Comment on Alcohol and Pregnancy
posted by Brent L Younglove

Newton's three laws of motion include the law of inertia (first law), the exact relationship between force, mass, and acceleration (second law) and for every action, there is an equal and opposite ...

Comment on Newtons laws of motion in sports
posted by Lily Mello

This video explained how Newton's third law is really enforced when it comes to running. He explained how one places their foot according to the run and how force is applied to each part including ...

Comment on Newton's 3rd Law in Relation to Running
posted by Iris Psillos

This is a great example of how Newton's Second Law of motion is applicable to swimming. Now I have a better example to remember the second law of motion by. Do you think swimming uses more than jus...

Comment on HUB Post for the week of Aug 29-Sept 1
posted by EJ Hayward

This is a great video because with this understanding one can go deeper into the motor development side of Newton's first law and inertia. With a different way of seeing what Newton's 1st Law it al...

Comment on Newton's First Law
posted by Tessa Jaynes

This video explained Newtons 3 laws briefly. It talked about how the 1st law can be seen while kicking a soccer ball; the ball would not move unless kicked. It explained the second law comparing s...

Comment on Newtons Law of motion
posted by Lorenzo Lapus

It was interesting to think about how this law may be impacted when you bring in different conditions (such as being underwater like in the photo). Another interesting thing, however, was that it d...

Comment on Newton's Third Law
posted by Griffen Mayfield

I find this article very interesting because Friday before class I was actually able to attend the noon volleyball game and see these examples of newton’s three laws in action. The law of inertia w...

"Newton’s three laws of linear motion provide a framework of how we control movement with force, and the effect this can have on performance. Applying force to cause motion will only work if it is ...

Comment on Biomechanics and Newton's Laws
posted by Stacy Schell Poyser

This is an awesome video. A few of my buddies have had kids on both sides f the developmental spectrum. The reaction skill with the racquet is exactly one of the exercises that my buddy and his wif...

I think this is pertains to the class well because of the direct relation about Newton's Laws of Gravity. This article explains how Newton's second law is part of swimming and what each law does in...

Comment on HUB Post for the week of Aug 29-Sept 1
posted by Lindsay Brown

I think that this pertains to class notes and discussions very well. It talks about all the different roles that Newtons second law has in swimming and is interesting. A good example of this law.

Comment on HUB Post for the week of Aug 29-Sept 1
posted by Amanda Chamberlin

I think this video is a great demonstration of the what we have learned in class this week. I like that this video showed how Newton's laws are used in multiple sports. I was very interested in the...

Comment on Newton's Laws of Motion in Sports
posted by Fred Miller

This is a great article that talks about the law of inertia and the law of acceleration and how they work through our bodies whether it's playing a sport or working out.

Comment on Newton's Laws in motor development
posted by Gary Justin Petretto

This article really helped me grasp and understand not only the meanings and definitions of inertia and Newton's Third Law, but also helped put into perspective and used real life situations. I lov...

Comment on Biomechanics and Newton's Law (Article One)
posted by Kristyn Young

This video relates to class content covered this past week through its explanation of Newton's Laws of Motion. By giving examples of each law and providing different sports for each law, it allows ...

Comment on Newton's Laws of Motion in Sports
posted by Emily Weible

This article relates to our class as it talks about Newtons first law. In this article you are able to see a real life necessary where the law of motion is so important. Since the train tracks wher...

Comment on Newton's First Law in Railroads
posted by Austin Fothergill

I chose this article because it contains many of the topics we have discussed in class this week. It talks about how volleyball incorporates Newton's Laws, such as the action-reaction law which rel...

I thought this video was very helpful with understanding Newton's Law because it went into depth about it. I also found it interesting that they covered Newton's law with multiple sports instead of...

Comment on Newtons Laws
posted by Alexa Groby

I chose to add this video for this weeks hub post because this video describes Newtons first law of motion, momentum and inertia and these are all subjects that we have discussed in class. This vid...

Comment on Inertia and Momentum
posted by Luis Perez

I chose this video to post because it directly describes Newton's law of motion through funny song and parody. It was important enough for me to add because during the video the guys act out the di...

Comment on Newton's Law
posted by Tuscany Miller

I like how this video doesn't just talk about it, but goes in depth about Newton's first law of motion. It helped me understand things about this law that I didn't know, such as the formulas. Good ...

Comment on Newton's First Law of Motion
posted by Savannah Trautman

This article relates to what we have been talking about in class because it goes into detail about how Newtons laws are exemplified through the bio mechanics of the human body and how they are used...

Comment on HUB Assignment 1: Laws of Motion
posted by Tino LoGerfo

I think they did a good job at explaining the first law. It has a lot of details about and only focuses on one law which is helpful. I thought the examples were very good too.

Comment on Newton's First Law of Motion
posted by Victoria Scalfaro

I really like how this video went through each of Newton's law in order and each law was explained with a different sport so that made it interesting and very clear for me to see how they work in d...

Comment on Newton's Laws of Motion
posted by Frankie Torres

I thought that this did a good job of putting Newton's third law in to a real life scenario. It helps me to gain a better understand of the law in effect.

Comment on Newton's 3 Laws and Sports
posted by Juliet Perry

Greg, this is for you. After having read this, it appears to me that the argument for "natural law" is the default position for those that don't want change or progress...which is why I am assumin...

Comment on Natural Law in American Constitutional Theory
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If you are having any difficulties understanding Angular Kinematics, this will clear most of it up. The first part identifies the different forms of motion, e.g. linear, angular, and general. Con...

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This book is an often overlooked resource that introduces the concept of periodization as a law of adaptation as an intgral component of strength training.

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Consumers have a right to know what is in their food, especially concerning ingredients for which there may be health and environmental concerns. Voluntary labeling has not been sufficient for info...

I found This Article while searching through the New York Times website. I looked at Shelley Podolny's Linked In and Facebook. She has background in communications from being a Marketing and Com...

Comment on Computer Generated Writing Replacing Journalism
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This link provides a full training program for police recruits in Las Vegas as they prepare to enter the police academy. Optimal performance is crucial in law enforcement since the officers' lives...

Comment on Law Enforcement Training
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This video really did fit the classes week to a T. I feel like it could have even been one of the demonstration videos! It is fascinating how a law that was made so long ago still has so much to d...

Comment on Newtons laws of motion in sports
posted by Ashley Snyder

This NBC video explores Newtons first law of motion. It speaks about how it can be a factor in a football players ability to be effective in covering ground without be stopped.

Comment on Newtons First Law
posted by Kwabena

This is important because it pertains to class lecture. Learning about Newtons first law of motion is important in motor development.

Comment on Newtons First Law
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Sir Isaac Newton had 3 different laws. This second law proclaims there is a relationship between an objects mass and acceleration and its applied force. Acceleration and force are both vectors

Comment on Newtons 2nd Law
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Newtons first law says " Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it"

Comment on Newtons First Law
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Seeing as we just heard about the law being passed not allowing people to investigate the way animals are being treated makes me worry that articles like this will not be coming out as much. I wor...

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This article did a very good job at describing how Newtons laws are affiliated with weight lifting and other activities including a brief reference to soccer. One segment that stood out to me was w...

Comment on Newtons Laws of Motion
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I love this article, especially because we have been learning about Newtons law in motor development. I have always loved science and sports and its so fantastic to find the ways in which they conn...

Comment on Newton's Law in Sports Article
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