Oh by all means, do perform your own testing. So much more learning occurs in a "hands-on" environment!Anita like and double like, very informative, should I test some of these theories or just take your word as the expert?
A mini? WOW! Those short ball players can be tough!@AnitaAnne I agree with your short horse theory since I broke my collar bone falling off an ahem.... miniature horse last year.
@SueC DH has a black belt in Taekwando (I'm sure I spelled that wrong) and he too spent a lot of time learning to fall. This is why I use him as my crash test dummy and put him on the crazies until they are suitable for me!
Get those horses involved! Can't just crunch numbers...Need to test coefficient of friction and compaction of landing surfaces to determine impact forces.
This is hilarious. As someone who just finished up several classes dealing with these concepts (albeit without horses involved) I am deeply tempted to go do math and get some numbers!
Yes, you have much valuable experience! Any one with a horse nicknamed the Psycho Princess obviously is an expert ball player!
I do believe we have enough volunteers for a entire team of ball players!!
Let the GAMES BEGIN :dance-smiley05: