Human Geometry and How We Move...

1. Anatomy and Health and Medicine...

2. Dance and Music and Theater (Performing Arts)

2.1 See the Page: " 3 year old Jonathan..."

8 million viewers watched the video on youtube, they can't be wrong...

enJoy the Music and the Life...

2.2 This is Dance Magazine

2.3 And here is one of the Best Women's Gymnastics Dancers in the World, Nastia Liukin: (2009) "Evacuate the Dance Floor".


Special Update: August 2016: Rio Olympics: Simone Biles the Best Woman Gymnast in the World!!!


2.4 Taiko Drumming is Dance, Music, and Martial Arts

...and very Kid-Friendly

...and a more advanced performing group

...and a professional group

3. Sports (Highly developed strength and highly skilled movements)

3.1 Gymnastics: Olympic Gold Medal and World Champion Performances on the Rings:

A modern history in chronological order: Lords of the Rings: 11 amazing men (Read the list below the video screen.)

Exactly 10 minutes of Wow on Youtube: (Youtube used to not permit videos any longer than 10 minutes.)

When you replay the video... catch the Freeze Frame at exactly 8:10 (hit pause).

This is a profound photograph; I took a screen shot with my camera.

3.2 Gymnastics: Olympic Gold Medal Performance on the Rings by Yuri Chechi.

I am including this repeat solo performance because it has the live sound of the Olympic Stadium

and the simultaneous commentary of the tv sports commentator... there is a thrilling energy in the live performance.

3.3 Basketball and Geometry

3.4 NFL & Geometry

I have been playing football (and baseball and basketball and... for about 50+ years...)

This evening I watched the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens (Saturday evening TV: January 15, 2011)

It was a slugfest heavyweight match-up down to the last minute... Pittsburgh won, which makes me happy... :-)

So here's my introduction to the NFL & Geometry:


4. Martial Arts: balance, focus, technique, and form ... all combined...

4.1 Tai Chi Chuan is a slow powerful 'soft' form of martial arts.

Here is a young Chinese woman performing the 24-step Yang style form in a youtube video

that has had over 5 million views on the internet.

4.2 This is an Excellent large format clear and simple photographic step-by-step spiral-bound Guide Book

"T'ai Chi for Beginners" by Paul Crompton copyright 2003 Harper Collins Publishers, available online.

to be continued...