Classical Mechanics, a branch of physics that addresses the motion of macroscopic objects, is founded upon fundamental principles that govern the behavior of physical bodies. Central to this are Newton's three laws of motion. The first law, or the law of inertia, posits that an object will remain in a state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force. The second law provides a mathematical description of how the velocity of an object changes when it is subjected to an external force, and is often expressed as F=ma, where F is the total force, m is the object's mass, and a is its acceleration. The third law, the principle of action and reaction, asserts that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. These laws have been instrumental in the development of various disciplines such as engineering and astronomy and remain applicable to most physical systems, except when dealing with phenomena at extremely small scales or relativistic speeds. The "Fundamentals of Motion: Introduction to Classical Mechanics" is an essential textbook that provides a thorough examination of the principles underlying the motion of macroscopic objects. Designed for students, educators, and professionals in physics and engineering, this book delves into the core concepts of Classical Mechanics, including Newton's laws of motion, conservation of momentum and energy, dynamics, kinematics, and rotational motion. It offers a systematic approach to understanding fundamental theories and mathematical formulations, coupled with illustrative examples and practical exercises. This textbook also incorporates discussions on the historical development and philosophical aspects of Classical Mechanics, the limitations of the classical view in the face of relativistic and quantum phenomena, and emerging connections to other areas of physics. With its methodical exposition and clear insights, "Fundamentals of Motion: Introduction to Classical Mechanics" serves as an indispensable guide for those seeking to understand the intricate workings of physical laws that govern our world, equipping readers with the knowledge and tools to explore the underlying nature of motion and mechanics.