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Sport Science

Pro athletes take part in experiments to reveal the scientific secrets behind the sports they play.

Premiered: September 30, 2007

Rating: TV-14

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World's Toughest Woman Season 2, Episode 11 Jun 21, 2009 $1.99

We compare NFL superstar Ray Lewis monsterous tackle to the force generated by a home plate collision. World Record holder Scott Mendlson can bench press 1,015 lbs. but how can he stack up against nature's heavy lifters. Gina Carano is a master of Muay Thai , we break down the power Gina can create with the art of the eight limbs. We attempt to recreate Dave Winfield's infamous bird-strike.

Ultimate Nut Jobs Season 2, Episode 10 Jun 14, 2009 $1.99

NFL offensive linemen Marvel Smith and Joe Staley try to push 15,000 pounds into an end zone. A former MLB pitcher tests his invention: a new cup. Can someone kick hard enough to shatter a baseball bat? The Sport Science team travels to Switzerland to test an innovative new sporting apparel called X-Bionic.

Female Sex Test Season 2, Episode 9 Jun 7, 2009 $1.99

We revisit a classic experiement from Season 1, and try to see if science can debunk one of the oldest sports myths about sex before a game-now it's time to test the women. NBA star Sasha Vujacic tries to out shoot Shaq-blind folded.

The Moving Car Jump Season 2, Episode 8 May 31, 2009 $1.99

Sport Science host John Brenkus tries to single handedly stop NFL tight end Vernon Davis fron running 20 yards. Poker champion Daniel Negreanu bluffs his way past a lie detector. Kobe's infamous car jump video gets put to the test.

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Stress of 3-on-3 hockey
Sport Science examines the drastic differences between playing 3-on-3 vs. 5-on-5.
Durant re-enacts iconic moments
Kevin Durant re-enacts legendary moves by Dr. J, Allen Iverson and Michael Jordan in the Sport Science lab.
ESPN Sport Science: Engines at altitude
The thin air at X Games Aspen will have a profound effect on the horsepower of snowmobiles.
Kuechly's speed and power
Luke Kuechly shows off his perfect blend of size, speed, and instinct, which has made him a three-time Pro Bowler.