Throwing boomerangs and curve balls would still be entertaining, as
the aerodynamic forces involved won't stop existing in microgravity.
You can also play numbers involving angular momentum, by holding a
spinning wheel and just moving it around. This could also be
educational to show kids and teens how reaction wheels work.
diving into floating pools would ...
By no means an exhaustive answer but you can consider:
"Show of elegance in SloMo", a masterful use of:
inertia and moments of inertia.For the latter, start for how the cats reorient themselves in free fall (rotating/extending sequentially the front/back paws).Combine with group performance, where moments of inertia can be passed around between the ...