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"Muscle fibers do not dictate coordination," Rose says, "and coordination and timing are essential factors behind movements like this one-inch punch."

Because the punch happens over such a short amount of time, Lee has to synchronize each segment of the jab—his twisting hip, extending knees, and thrusting shoulder, elbow, and wrist—with incredible accuracy. Furthermore, each joint in Lee's body has a single moment of peak acceleration, and to get maximum juice out of the move, Lee must layer his movements so that each period of peak acceleration follows the last one instantly.
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Here are some terrifying yet true facts to remind you that human bodies can be pretty gross.

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On the back you'll find his vision for a brighter tomorrow, with him as the Supreme Commander of Dragons, Ninjas, and Rocketships. BOW DOWN TO YOUR ULTRA-LORD.

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In an effort to once again out awesome western students Japanese kids are staging Dragon Ball-esque fight scenes. Well, that sure beats me reenacting West Side Story by myself.