Hi, I'm new to the forum, I'd like some recommendations of books on classical mechanics. Too vague, right? I'm a CS student, with a great disposition for mathematics and great love for physics. I've learned one-variable calculus through Stewart and I'm starting linear algebra with Strang and differential equations. I'm not a lecture kind of a guy, I like books. And I'm trying to learn physics by myself. Yeah, I know I can't do the experimental classes without a university, but let's leave that for the future me. (I want to study physics, but after I finish CS. I can't double major here in Brazil, unhappily.) I want some recommendation of books on Classical Mechanics, with a strong emphasis on math. I started Goldstein's, but it looks really advanced, I was having some problems comprehending it. I went through Freeman and Young's University Physics (just the classical mechanics part). Can any of you give me any tips or directions? I'd be happy if I had to learn any more math, so, you can feel free to recommend any other math areas for me to learn, if you find it necessary. Thank you very much for the time of anyone who can answer.