Lacrosse and the forces in it
By Jacob McAdams
That is how balance forces work in lacrosse.
Face offs is where most of the unbalanced forces happen they also can have a balance force. In a face off if one player applies more than the other then they will clamp the ball. If two players and applying the same force at some point one will apply more than the other.
Driving to the net is also another act of unbalance forces. The person with the ball going to the net is trying to apply more force than the defender. But the advantage of force goes to the offensive player because he has a running start.
Those are some examples of unbalanced forces in the sport of lacrosse.
That is how gravity is in the game of lacrosse.
Newton's first law
That is how newton's first law applies to lacrosse.
Newton's second law
This is how newton's second law applies to the great sport of lacrosse.
Newton's third law
That is how newton's third law connects to the sport of lacrosse.