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Topic: Can someone please translate this?
Posted By: Vdog
Subject: Can someone please translate this?
Date Posted: 01/15/2013 at 3:05am
I found some footwork videos but the footwork is explained in Chinese...Can someone please translate them for the rest of us who do not know Chinese?
Thanks in advance!

Part1


Part2


Part 3



Position after serving and recieving






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Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/15/2013 at 11:50am

I have written down the keywords and I have time for two parts for now. 

 

Part 1

Backhand active block and step around

Backhand generates opportunity for forehand

 

Cross over feet

Used for bigger area of coverage

Step around for forehand, small step, left foot cross over, right foot follows.

When sometimes the cross over is not very smooth, it is because the small step is missing.

 

Part 2

Left Right Footwork

Side by side feet movement

Change of center of gravity from left to right and left to right.

Steady footwork

 

Forehand half

Small side by side footwork but only change center of gravity from right to center

 

Forehand two-thirds

Side by side larger feet movement



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Posted By: HowToPlayChineseLoop
Date Posted: 01/15/2013 at 7:42pm
again, thank you mister Loop ball 40mm :)
Xie Xie...


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Posted By: blahness
Date Posted: 01/15/2013 at 8:00pm
thanks a lot for the upload!!!! 

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Posted By: mr.ishaq
Date Posted: 01/15/2013 at 8:34pm
just knew we need small step for cross over. LOL

thank you. keep on the good work. waiting for next two videos translation.


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Posted By: Vdog
Date Posted: 01/16/2013 at 8:10am
Thanks for your time and effort to translate the videos! Appreciate the help!!


Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/16/2013 at 11:34am

Part 3 Front and Back Footwork

 

Forehand close to table

Distance is about 50cm from table

Mostly “literally fast bring over” (a variation of loop)

Left foot side by side movement towards back, then left foot follows

 

Mid distance

Arm much bigger movement and slower

Backward: left foot side-by-side slant step backward; right foot step back.

Forward: right foot side-by-side step forward, left foot follows and step forward

 

Forehand flip

Right foot forward, move center of gravity forward, arm forward with small arm motion.

Then step back with right foot, then left foot step sideway

Backhand loop.

 

Last scene

Hard to grasp what she said. Push and then attack.  Then she referred to cushion needed in shoes.

 

(Note: this video is harder to translate what she was trying to convey and I watched the video 5 or 6 times but I have benefitted from it.  Hopefully the “side-by-side” step translation makes sense. Many of the Chinese terms I understand but I have not heard in English.  In Chinese there are several terms of loops which indicate specific functions.  For example, the backhand loop is a “tear”.  The close-to-table forehand loop here is a “bring over” )



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Posted By: Chopper88
Date Posted: 01/16/2013 at 3:38pm
Nice !!


Posted By: Vdog
Date Posted: 01/17/2013 at 2:14am
Originally posted by Loop40mm Loop40mm wrote:

Part 3 Front and Back Footwork

 

Forehand close to table

Distance is about 50cm from table

Mostly “literally fast bring over” (a variation of loop)

Left foot side by side movement towards back, then left foot follows

 

Mid distance

Arm much bigger movement and slower

Backward: left foot side-by-side slant step backward; right foot step back.

Forward: right foot side-by-side step forward, left foot follows and step forward

 

Forehand flip

Right foot forward, move center of gravity forward, arm forward with small arm motion.

Then step back with right foot, then left foot step sideway

Backhand loop.

 

Last scene

Hard to grasp what she said. Push and then attack.  Then she referred to cushion needed in shoes.

 

(Note: this video is harder to translate what she was trying to convey and I watched the video 5 or 6 times but I have benefitted from it.  Hopefully the “side-by-side” step translation makes sense. Many of the Chinese terms I understand but I have not heard in English.  In Chinese there are several terms of loops which indicate specific functions.  For example, the backhand loop is a “tear”.  The close-to-table forehand loop here is a “bring over” )


The videos are titled Lingbo Weibu Footwork. Just curious about the meaning of Lingbo Weibu. Tried the google translate but I was unable to find out the meaning.


Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/17/2013 at 10:49am
I will have to translate the last video on another day.
 


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Posted By: racquetsforsale
Date Posted: 01/17/2013 at 12:27pm
In Chinese characters, it's 淩波微步, the name of a fictitious kungfu footwork technique mentioned in the famous Chinese fiction of the 武俠 (Wuxia) genre, 神彫俠侶 (The Condor Couple?), written by famed Chinese author under the pen-name of 金庸 (Jin yong).


Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/17/2013 at 5:18pm

Lingbo Weibu is the footwork technique learned by Duan Yu when he ran into a cave.  He saw the drawings in the cave and learned the footwork from there. He did not know martial art then. He used the quick footsteps Lingbo Weibu to avoid the attackers.

 

Weibu means small step.

 

The kungfu(wuxia) novel name is Tian Long Ba Bu(literally Sky Dragon Eight Parts).  Several versions of TV series by Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China had been made.  The novel was also written by Jin Yong.



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Posted By: mr.ishaq
Date Posted: 01/17/2013 at 8:34pm
Cool. I've watched the series and read its manhwa. 

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Posted By: Vdog
Date Posted: 01/18/2013 at 2:29am
Originally posted by Loop40mm Loop40mm wrote:

Lingbo Weibu is the footwork technique learned by Duan Yu when he ran into a cave.  He saw the drawings in the cave and learned the footwork from there. He did not know martial art then. He used the quick footsteps Lingbo Weibu to avoid the attackers.

 

Weibu means small step.

 

The kungfu(wuxia) novel name is Tian Long Ba Bu(literally Sky Dragon Eight Parts).  Several versions of TV series by Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China had been made.  The novel was also written by Jin Yong.

 
Thanks!


Posted By: Vdog
Date Posted: 01/18/2013 at 2:30am
Originally posted by racquetsforsale racquetsforsale wrote:

In Chinese characters, it's 淩波微步, the name of a fictitious kungfu footwork technique mentioned in the famous Chinese fiction of the 武俠 (Wuxia) genre, 神彫俠侶 (The Condor Couple?), written by famed Chinese author under the pen-name of 金庸 (Jin yong).
 
 
Thanks!


Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/18/2013 at 11:03am

Translation for Video Position After Serving and Receiving

 

After serving,

Jump and take small steps to adjust to next ball

 

Serve Forehand and then Receive

Take a jump with small step before stepping right foot back.

Feet are slanted(????)

 

Serve Backhand and then Receive

Feet are more “parallel”(????)

Center of gravity is in the middle

 

Loop forehand underspin ball

Take a jump with small step and then right foot steps back

 

Loop backhand underspin ball

Feet are more “parallel”

Center of gravity in the middle

 

Push short ball

Right foot steps forward

Small motion

Mainly use arm and wrist

 

Push long ball

Right foot steps sideway

Larger motion

Arm stroke may be longer



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Posted By: Loop40mm
Date Posted: 01/18/2013 at 11:04am
Vdog, do you have the direct links to the videos?

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Posted By: Vdog
Date Posted: 01/19/2013 at 3:51am
Originally posted by Loop40mm Loop40mm wrote:

Vdog, do you have the direct links to the videos?

Here you go,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV5We0Zm_R8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDuMfLHfenk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuEunQJ3Utg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dd0B-02SDQ

Once again thanks a lot for translating the videos.





Posted By: Gauguin
Date Posted: 02/08/2013 at 4:21pm
Have you seen this one:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nD04UQiZsyw



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