Lynch on Sport Science

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Re: Lynch on Sport Science
Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:33 pm
  • When he was dancing with the skeleton view on the monitor and saying "I gotta get one of these this summer" I laughed so hard.

    It reminds me of his conversation with Paul Allen. God I would have loved to see that.
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Re: Lynch on Sport Science
Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:16 pm
  • I gotta say, Lynch looks sweet in a silver helmet. Come on retros!

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Re: Lynch on Sport Science
Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:27 pm
  • The truck vid is awesome.

    Of course, I'm a dork, but if the sled was relatively smooth, and the FieldTurf is slick, his job is easier -- there's an initial friction at rest that has to be overcome. Concrete on asphalt is very choppy and would tend to rest. Rubber on asphalt is smoother, hence the peel out with the truck. I'm sure a serious attempt could be made to make them both more even -- Lynch and the truck -- and I bet the truck would do better, but it doesn't surprise me all that much that on a pound for pound basis, Lynch is stronger, I just doubt he's 17x stronger...
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Re: Lynch on Sport Science
Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:47 pm
  • Yeah quite a few of their stats are skewed to make them seem fantastical but that's the idea
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