[fb_vid id=”1151345154886012″]Guess who’s back?
Guy who done the amazing analysis of Simonster’s awesome handstand is at it again with a Center of Mass analysis of a ballerina.

Original video: http://i.imgur.com/48zlOdY.gifv
Analysis original speed: http://i.imgur.com/sny4F1M.gifv

Credit for techdata to sandusky_hohoho:

I did a Center of Mass analysis of a ballerina standing on a balance ball thing! from Physics

Hat tip to sandusky_hohoho’s brother for instigating.

Simonster’s awesome handstand analysis:

Handstands are more technical than you know. "The person's full body center of mass (COM, the crossed white circle) is relative to the placement of his hands on the ground (i.e. the limits of his base of support, pink dotted lines)." Handstand credit to Simonster (original video http://i.imgur.com/WkvD49g.gifv)Credit for techdata to sandusky_hohoho https://www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful/comments/4rup10/i_did_a_simple_mechanical_analysis_of_that/#HandstandSkills

Posted by UB Fitness on Freitag, 8. Juli 2016

We couldn’t find who this ballerina is. Kudos to Meutia Chaerani for the name drop; Ballerina credit to Mayu Tanigaito from Royal New Zealand Ballet

Fun Fact: * Did you know it’s easier doing this kind of balancing task when on a bosu ball than when standing on solid ground?

* Fun Fact Disclaimer: Please note, for those contemplating trying this out for themselves – don’t.
This is way, way harder than appears and as Sarahlouise Younger has quite rightly pointed out “There is ALOT going on in this “balancing act” most of which was achieved through years of (correct) training at the barre….on the ground. This should only be done by a professional dancer under the guidance of a ‘Dance Physiotherapist'”


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