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    Hi everybody,

    I received the email below. If you can help, please contact Anwar Mamon

    From: Anwar Mamon
    Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009
    To: Glenn Fleisig
    Subject: History Channel Series

    Dear Glenn

    It was good to talk to you this morning. As I mentioned on the phone I
    am working on a series for the History Channel called 'Superhuman' which
    will feature people around the world who have extraordinary abilities.
    One contributor we have is a Shaolin Monk based in New York who is a
    kung fu master; he can move very quickly executing a series of punches
    and kicks in a very short period of time. Whilst looking into ways we
    might measure his skills I came across the ASMI website and wondered if
    your equipment or something similar could accurately tell us how fast he
    moves and how much power he exerts.

    Any help you can give me on this matter is greatly appreciated.

    All the best


    Anwar Mamon

    Assistant Producer

    Off the Fence

    Basement Suite, 6 St. Paul's Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1LT UK

    Tel. +44 1173 078103

    - Glenn S. Fleisig, Ph.D.

    Glenn S. Fleisig, Ph.D., Research Director
    American Sports Medicine Institute
    833 St. Vincent's Drive, Suite 100
    Birmingham, AL 35205
    (tel) 205-918-2139