The Hunger Games Archery! | Cranium Cookie

Hello Cranium Cookie fans! It’s Adrianna here, your arts and history host and I’d like to introduce to you one of my very favourite pass times The world of archery The Bow and Arrow are known to have been invented during the upper paleolithic era, or “Late stone-age” Which is about 50,000 to 10,000 years […]

The Archer’s Paradox in SLOW MOTION – Smarter Every Day 136

Hey it’s me Destin, welcome back to Smarter Every Day. So in one of the last episodes, I introduced you to a legend with a longbow. He’s from my hometown and his name is Byron Ferguson. He shot an aspirin out of the air in slow-motion. But there’s something that happened in the arrow I […]

WORLD’S MOST AMAZING ARCHER in Slow Motion – Smarter Every Day 130

Hey it’s me Destin, welcome back to Smarter Every Day. I know when you think about archery you think about Nottingham, and one guy in particular, Robin Hood. But I’m gonna tell you about a guy today in my home town that might even be better than Robin Hood. You’re getting Smarter Every Day. (someone […]

Rotational Tug of War – Part B – Angular Motion Level 5

Once again we have a rod of length L pivoted in its centre with forces acting along its length perpendicular to the rod. F_1 and F_2 act at either end of the rod and F_3 acts halfway between F_1’s end and the pivot. We just need the rotational equivalent of Newton’s second law, tau=I*alpha, where […]

Football Finger Family | Little Red Car Videos For Kids

We are the finger family! Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Mommy finger, Mommy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Brother finger, Brother finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you […]

Volleyball. Training Video. How to spike a volleyball. Part 1.

Hello, with you Vereshagin volleyball player Today we will consider the attacking blow The attacking blow is difficult technical element Therefore we will segment our training And we’ll start with making a lightweight version Gradually complicating Today we study – running start Running start, its main task to jump out up as it is possible […]

Volleyball. Training Video. Spike on force. Part 2

Hello, with you Vereshagin volleyball player Today we will continue to study the attacking blow The attacking blow, part second In the first part we have studied as it is correct to execute running start Running start from three steps, running start from two steps As it is correct to use hands at the beginning […]

Volleyball. Training Video. Overhead Pass

Hello, it’s Vereshagin volleyball player with you I love playing volleyball, I’m happy to share the volleyball technique with you In this video I will tell you about overhead pass how to make it right First of all. All pass in volleyball begins with the initial standing. So before we begin to perform the overhead […]

Rotational Tug of War – Part A – Angular Motion Level 5

In this question we have a long rod of length L pivoted in its centre with forces applied to each end, directed perpendicularly to the rod. All we really need for this question is the angular equivalent of Newton’s second law, tau=I*alpha, where tau is the total torque, I is the moment of inertia and […]

Physical Education (2010) physical performance assessment: Volleyball

A-standard students in the following authentic performance environments are consistently and successfully reproducing a wide range of physical responses. In the 5-versus-5 and 6-versus-6 environments, the students are demonstrating fluent and accurate skills, including the dig, set, spike, block and serve, as well as sophisticated strategies in attack and defence using a back-court setter system. […]