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两手浮贴浮连,手揉球转,球转手连。

English translation: FYI

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Chinese term or phrase:两手浮贴浮连,手揉球转,球转手连。
English translation:FYI
Entered by: yuzouren
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15:43 Sep 7, 2006
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Sports / Fitness / Recreation
Chinese term or phrase: 两手浮贴浮连,手揉球转,球转手连。
两手浮贴浮连,手揉球转,球转手连。身、心、手、球、务须一致,绵绵旋转,循环不绝,以稳慢为原则。
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FYI
Explanation:
Touch or adhere to the ball with both hands gently and brifely as if the ball were floating in between the two hands. Keep the ball rotating while turn the ball around, and always keep a hand adhered to the ball while it's rotating.

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Note added at 16 hrs (2006-09-08 07:44:47 GMT)
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FYI


Explanation:
Touch or adhere to the ball with both hands gently and brifely as if the ball were floating in between the two hands. Keep the ball rotating while turn the ball around, and always keep a hand adhered to the ball while it's rotating.

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Note added at 16 hrs (2006-09-08 07:44:47 GMT)
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(c) copyright Sep. 2006. yuzouren


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