Rob Pincus

Muscle Recruitment

Rob Pincus
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Duration:   4  mins

To better understand the human weapon system, we must understand the mechanical structures of the body and how they interact with each other. The desired end result is that we become stronger and better fighters. Rob Pincus discusses the concept of muscle recruitment to increase strength, and instinctive ways to use the body efficiently so we can react more quickly during a fight.

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One Response to “Muscle Recruitment”

  1. Yulianna

    All right, if open carry is such a wonderful thing and so sailolcy acceptable, who can name a major metropolitan area that still permits the open carrying of firearms? Now I am not talking rural areas, but areas with populations of 750,000 or more. You can't do it in California, New Yor, or New Jersey. Nor Texas either in fact it is a felony to expose your firearm, as I understand it. Every city in Ohio has sought to ban all handguns, not just openly carried ones. I don't think Vermont has a major metro area, but you won't be too popular if you cross over into New Hampshire. I think Denver is out if I recall, you have to have a CCW, and those are only available to residents. Add in that you can't openly carry within 1000 of any school anywhere in the US, and you really start running out of room; most cities have enough schools such that it is mpossible to go from one side of town to the other without locking up your gun, unloaded.Politicians get elected by promising the people he will lessen their fear. Fear of crime is always a big seller, and with the dearth of firearms in cities these days, fear of firearms is another. Half the population believes that the average citizen has no legitimate need to carry a firearm, and they will fear you if you do, unless you live in Montana or Arizona. The style these days is concealed carry it is the least offensive alternate to sensitive soccer moms who worry that their kids will play with guns, and teachers who are afraid kids will play with toy soldiers and finger guns, nerf guns or water pistols. And I don't think that pushing your guns into someone's face is going to change any attitudes positively, no matter how nice a person you are. And on top of all that, I think that most owners, given the choice, will carry concealed, something that has become pretty standard over the last hundred years when guns disappeared from city streets.

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