The Physics of Gymnastics, Explained | WIRED

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Emily Kuhn, a former gymnast and current physics PhD student at Yale University, explains all the math behind the amazing flips and turns we see during the Olympic gymnastics competitions. Emily explains why “The Biles” tumbling routine is so difficult as well as the types of forces acting on these gymnasts every time they use the uneven bars.

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