A Coggle Diagram about Effects of Ballet on the body
, Physics of Ballet
(Newton's Laws of Motion
3.The distance covered by a steadily accelerating object is proportional to the square of the time it has been accelerating.
- An object remains at rest or moves in a straight line at a constant speed unless acted upon by a non-zero total force.
- A force acting on a body causes it to accelerate (change its state of motion) to a degree that is proportional to the body's mass. Stated as an equation, writing F for force, m for mass, and afor acceleration, we have F = ma. In other words, an object's velocity and momentum changes with time in proportion to the force acting on it.
Forces occur in pairs pointing in opposite directions
, The physics of difficult jumps and turns
and Physics of various ballet moves
), Pointe Shoes
( (How to construct a pointe shoe
, How the quality of a dancer's shoe effects her performance
and Innovations in the history of pointe shoes
)), 3D Printing
() and History of Ballet