Mass X acceleration = force

mass X acceleration = force

That’s why a big pitcher needs to use more speed because that will egual more force. That’s why a big mass pitcher can throw hard because he uses mass. So if he used mass and good accleration then he would get the most potiental energy out of his body.

And a small pitcher needs to use a GREAT deal of speed to get force.

Acceleration is the only part you can change to get force unless you workout and add mass.

So saying all of that to get max potiental energy you need to move fast because mass X acceleration/speed = force

Whats the point in posting this? Just because you can’t get people to believe you doesn’t mean you have to post a whole new topic just to tell people this. It’s kind of nice that there’s 1 topic for you guys to argue but stop clogging up this good forum with stuff that you should just keep to you and the guys your arguing with.

[quote=“RIstar”]mass X acceleration = force

That’s why a big pitcher needs to use more speed because that will egual more force. That’s why a big mass pitcher can throw hard because he uses mass. So if he used mass and good accleration then he would get the most potiental energy out of his body.

And a small pitcher needs to use a GREAT deal of speed to get force.

Acceleration is the only part you can change to get force unless you workout and add mass.

So saying all of that to get max potiental energy you need to move fast because mass X acceleration/speed = force[/quote]
You know when you go to the aquarium and you see one of the fish keep slamming into the glass over and over? That’s sorta what I feel like reading these threads.

hahahahahaha

Now there’s a ton o’ mass! :lol:

Does not compute. Physics asplode.