View Full Version : Woodley Explodes!

SteelHoss

09-28-2010, 11:00 AM

Check Woodley out! Wooooooooooooooo!!!! :Clap :tt1 :tt2 :Bow

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=562134 ... id=2378529 (http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=5621348&categoryid=2378529)

SteelAbility

09-28-2010, 11:18 AM

Great stuff.

Although that sports science show is a bit misleading. The "1200 Pounds" of obstacle does not require anywhere near 1200 pounds of force to get through. The 1200 pounds are exerted VERTICALLY and it is split into 4 sets of 300. Woodley is going through the obstacles HORIZONTALLY. Then the "3900 Pounds" when he hits the mannequin is instantaneous impulse force. It lasts for a few thousandths of a second, tops. If a 200 pound jumps about 12 inches in the air and lands, the instantaneous impulse force on landing is somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple thousand pounds. Why? Force = mass x acceleration (or deceleration in the case of landing). Well, when you land, you go from some speed to zero REAL FAST (deceleration = rate of change of speed).

Nonetheless Woodley is a beast. :tt2 :wink:

SteelCrazy

09-28-2010, 11:42 AM

Great stuff.

Although that sports science show is a bit misleading. The "1200 Pounds" of obstacle does not require anywhere near 1200 pounds of force to get through. The 1200 pounds are exerted VERTICALLY and it is split into 4 sets of 300. Woodley is going through the obstacles HORIZONTALLY. Then the "3900 Pounds" when he hits the mannequin is instantaneous impulse force. It lasts for a few thousandths of a second, tops. If a 200 pound jumps about 12 inches in the air and lands, the instantaneous impulse force on landing is somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple thousand pounds. Why? Force = mass x acceleration (or deceleration in the case of landing). Well, when you land, you go from some speed to zero REAL FAST (deceleration = rate of change of speed).

Nonetheless Woodley is a beast. :tt2 :wink:

I just puked a little in my mouth......I feel a little stupid right now...Thanks for the pep talk

SteelAbility

09-28-2010, 11:54 AM

Great stuff.

Although that sports science show is a bit misleading. The "1200 Pounds" of obstacle does not require anywhere near 1200 pounds of force to get through. The 1200 pounds are exerted VERTICALLY and it is split into 4 sets of 300. Woodley is going through the obstacles HORIZONTALLY. Then the "3900 Pounds" when he hits the mannequin is instantaneous impulse force. It lasts for a few thousandths of a second, tops. If a 200 pound jumps about 12 inches in the air and lands, the instantaneous impulse force on landing is somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple thousand pounds. Why? Force = mass x acceleration (or deceleration in the case of landing). Well, when you land, you go from some speed to zero REAL FAST (deceleration = rate of change of speed).

Nonetheless Woodley is a beast. :tt2 :wink:

I just puked a little in my mouth......I feel a little stupid right now...Thanks for the pep talk

You're Welcome.

sentinel33

09-28-2010, 12:05 PM

he's gonna demand a serious contract. we've got to keep him. He's gonna be the leader of this next crop of LB's we have comin up. Timmons has arrived. These two are 26 and 24 respectively. Worilds, Gibson and Stevenson have a couple years to learn from Farrior and Harrison and then it will be their show. I am excited about the potential of this new brood. They will need a year or two to get it but that is normal for a 3-4 player at this position. But Sylvesters play right out of the gate has been refreshing. I think Worilds had his first sack on Sunday. Word on the street is that Gibson is a beast and its only a matter of time. They reloaded nicely at LB with this years draft. I dont want to get started on this years draft. It was very good. I'll stop there.

skyhawk

09-28-2010, 03:46 PM

That was pretty sweet.

RuthlessBurgher

09-29-2010, 02:20 AM

Great stuff.

Although that sports science show is a bit misleading. The "1200 Pounds" of obstacle does not require anywhere near 1200 pounds of force to get through. The 1200 pounds are exerted VERTICALLY and it is split into 4 sets of 300. Woodley is going through the obstacles HORIZONTALLY. Then the "3900 Pounds" when he hits the mannequin is instantaneous impulse force. It lasts for a few thousandths of a second, tops. If a 200 pound jumps about 12 inches in the air and lands, the instantaneous impulse force on landing is somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple thousand pounds. Why? Force = mass x acceleration (or deceleration in the case of landing). Well, when you land, you go from some speed to zero REAL FAST (deceleration = rate of change of speed).

Nonetheless Woodley is a beast. :tt2 :wink:

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ikestops85

09-29-2010, 12:44 PM

Great stuff.

Although that sports science show is a bit misleading. The "1200 Pounds" of obstacle does not require anywhere near 1200 pounds of force to get through. The 1200 pounds are exerted VERTICALLY and it is split into 4 sets of 300. Woodley is going through the obstacles HORIZONTALLY. Then the "3900 Pounds" when he hits the mannequin is instantaneous impulse force. It lasts for a few thousandths of a second, tops. If a 200 pound jumps about 12 inches in the air and lands, the instantaneous impulse force on landing is somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple thousand pounds. Why? Force = mass x acceleration (or deceleration in the case of landing). Well, when you land, you go from some speed to zero REAL FAST (deceleration = rate of change of speed).

Nonetheless Woodley is a beast. :tt2 :wink:

I prefer looking at the girl in SteelCrazy's sig ... but for this post all I can say is

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Jooser

09-29-2010, 06:29 PM

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Wood through that obstacle like a bulldog through newspaper!

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WHO'S DA MASTA ! ? !

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Joe Flacco can tell us exactly what 3900 lbs of force feel like!

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