why does a boxer move his head back when his opponent hits him???

Asked by SYOHAN | 18th Sep, 2012, 05:48: PM

Expert Answer:

He does so in order to increase the time taken by him to take the full blow.
By increasing the time taken he has reduced the rate of change of momentum of opponents hand and thus also reduced the amount of force tranferred in accordanceto the second law  of motion.

Answered by  | 18th Sep, 2012, 06:16: PM

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