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Any ITF Taekwon-Do Sine wave studies?

In the Taekwon-Do Theory of Power, it is explained that the sine wave motion is used to add massbody weight to motionthe movement, and shouldthen generates more power.

However, is there any evidence, viewed from scientific measurements that show by what proportion the power is increased?

do you have a link ?

Thanks :)

Any ITF Taekwon-Do Sine wave studies

In the Taekwon-Do Theory of Power, it is explained that the sine wave motion is used to add mass to motion, and should generates more power.

However, is there any evidence, viewed from scientific measurements that show by what proportion the power is increased?

do you have a link ?

Thanks :)

Any ITF Taekwon-Do Sine wave studies?

In the Taekwon-Do Theory of Power, it is explained that the sine wave motion is used to add body weight to the movement, and then generates more power.

However, is there any evidence, viewed from scientific measurements that show by what proportion the power is increased?

do you have a link ?

Thanks :)

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source | link

Any ITF Taekwon-Do Sine wave studies

In the Taekwon-Do Theory of Power, it is explained that the sine wave motion is used to add mass to motion, and should generates more power.

However, is there any evidence, viewed from scientific measurements that show by what proportion the power is increased?

do you have a link ?

Thanks :)