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Wanna impress that sporty crush? Kickin It cutie Leo Howards coming to the rescue!


 
Ever wanted to get the low-down on how sports work, without asking Dad? Or maybe you’ve got a sports-crazed crush that you’d love to impress with some sports science knowledge? Or maybe you’re just as sports savvy as your buds and want some new info to share? Then you should definitely tune into Disney XD ESPN Sport Science, premiering on Disney XD tomorrow, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m. ET/PT.

 

Watch as Kickin’ It cutie Leo Howard, alongside ESPN Sport Science host John Brenkus, puts professional athletes to the test in their state-of-the-art training facility. On tomorrow’s episode "Full Contact, MLB Vision, Flips & Spins," Leo and John will test how football players block each other, how to best keep your eye on the ball, and how to throw a 90 mph fastball, amongst other things. Phew!

 

We can’t wait for tomorrow’s episode. If you’re as pumped as we are, be sure to tune in at 11 a.m. ET/PT! Then come back and share the cool, sporty things you’ve learned.

 

Are you into sports? What myth do you want them to investigate most? Blog about it, babes.
 
 

BY KATIE LEMON ON 9/28/2012 1:30:00 PM

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