Hey guys, I'm new to the forum and not extremely versed in physics, so to speak. So, I figured this would be a good place to turn for help. I'm trying to come up with a simple way to replicate the force of a slap shot for proof of concept of a hockey pad I'm working on, initially I assumed I could just drop a bowling ball (or something sufficiently heavy) from a specific height and call it a day, but I am having some trouble figuring out the fine details. The information I have now is that the slap shot I am attempting to replicate is: Velocity: 90 mph or 40 m/s Puck Density: 165g Force Being Replicated: 6600 N I'm not sure how much more information is necessary, as I stated earlier I am not the best with physics and such, hence my post. Essentially, I need to find a way to prove that my design is sufficiently resistant to high impact (more precisely, a professional slap shot) without taking my clients out to an ice rink and having a professional hockey player take shots at me. Thanks in advance!