Hi! I am looking for suitable ways to learn mechanics in mathematician's perspective. I went through: - multivariable calculus from Spivak, - real analysis from Pugh, - differential equations from Hirsh/Smale/Devaney (mostly focusing on linear system, existence & uniqueness, nonlinear dynamical system, bifurcation, and brief touch on chaos) (so no application covered) - differential geometry from Pressley (but I hate pressley, so I am going to review through doCarmo) - topology from Willard (but not all of them) The problem is I did not take freshman physics coures (because of annoying labs;;) My goal is to be able to read Abraham/Marsden's Foundations of Mechanics or something of that level. I was thinking of reading differential equations book's applications section first and... idk. What books do you think is suitable for me to start learning classical mechanics?