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You won't find samurai at the Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the "namba" ,the samurai's way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes."

Watching, it's Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's national basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off a defender. He has also helped an Olympic sprinter and a table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted Kono's teachings to lift their elderly clients. But the Olympic athletes hope the "namba" will help them reach the medal stand in Beijing.

samurai [C] member of this caste (日本的)武士.

martial arts 武术(指功夫、柔道、空手道等)

fend off
If you fend off someone who is attacking you, you use your arms or something such as a stick to defend yourself from their blows.

caregiver
A caregiver is someone who is responsible for looking after another person, for example, a person who is disabled, ill, or very young. (mainly AM)

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You won't find / at this Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in aciton. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the number the / way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athelets. Watching is Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's naitonal basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off her defender. He is also helped in Olympic sprinter and the table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strenth relaying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese / has adopted Kono's teachings to lift their //. But the Olympic atheletes hope the / will help them reach the middle stand in Beijing.
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You won't find samurai at the Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the "namba" ,the samurai's way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes." Watching is Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's national basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off her defender. He has also helped an Olympic sprinter and the table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted Kono's teachings to lift their eldly clients. But the Olympic atheletes hope the "namba" will help them reach the middle stand in Beijing. [ 本帖最后由 20080310 于 2008-3-19 23:30 编辑 ]
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  You won't find samuri at the Summer Olympic in Beijing ,but you might find their techniques in action .Martial arts master YK demonstrates the number. the samuri's way of walking . He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go fast. He says "If your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes. Watching is NH, a member of Japan's national basketball team, He teaches her how to fend off her defender, he is also helped in Olympic sprinter and the table tennis player .K says people aften limit their strength by relying on too much on their arms, they should use the whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted K's teaching to lift their eldly clients, but the Olympic athletes hope the number will help them reach the middle stand in Beijing.
就像风永远拥着云,云永远注视着风.微笑着,所以拥有和幸福.即使天涯,依旧咫尺。
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You wanna find summer dry at the summer Olympics in Beijing but you might found their technics in action. Marshal arts master U, demonstrates the number, the summarized way of walking. She doesn't swing her arms, so uses less energe and can go faster. He says"...".If you move your body in the most efficient way, I think anybody can move quicker than any socalled top athletes.

 

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You won't find samurai at the Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the "namba" ,the samurai's way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes."

Watching is Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's national basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off her defender. He has also helped an Olympic sprinter and the table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted Kono's teachings to lift their elderly clients. But the Olympic athletes hope the "namba" will help them reach the medal stand in Beijing.

 

小日本的鬼点子还真多啊,尽管让他去折腾吧!

Samurai: n. In former times, a samurai was a member of a powerful class of fighters in Japan.

 

"Namba" way of walking, which involves not swinging one's arms at all or moving the arm and the leg on the same side of the body simultaneously.

 

 

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You won’t find samurai at the Summer Olympics in Beijing, but you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master * demonstrates the namba, the samurai’s way of walking. He doesn’t swing his arms, so uses less energy and can go faster. He says if you move your body in the most efficient way, I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes. Watching * : a member of Japan’s National Basketball Team. He teaches her how to fend off her defender. He’s also helped an Olympic sprinter and a table tennis player. * says people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted *’s teachings to lift their elderly clients. But the Olympic athletes hope the namba will help them reach the middle stand in Beijing.

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You won't find samurai at the Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the "namba" ,the samurai's way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes."

 

Watching, it's Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's national basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off a defender. He has also helped an Olympic sprinter and a table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted Kono's teachings to lift their elderly clients. But the Olympic athletes hope the "namba" will help them reach the medal stand in Beijing.

 

 

You never know until you try, and you never try until
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fighting~ :)
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homework

    You won’t find sam* I at the summer Olympics in Beijing, where you can find * inaction. * Master * kaono demonstrate the number, the summer way of walking. He doesn’t swim in his arms, use * and can go faster.

    He says:” if you move your body in most effectives way, I think everybody can move faster than any so called *”

    Watching kuqi *member the japan national basketball team, he teachs how to defend and how to defender. He also help Olympic * in table player*. Kaono says people offen limit their strengths by relying on too much on their arms. He said they should use whole body instead. Japanese care giver said kaono teaching to lifting the*. But the Olympic said the number help them to reach a middle understand in Beijing.

 

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You won’t find Sumady at summer Olympics in Beijing, but you might find their techniques in action. Muscle arts master Yasa Conal demonstrate the number the Sumady’s way walking. He does not swing his arms so use less energy and go faster. He says “ If you move body in most efficient way, I think, everybody can move quicker than so called top athletes”. Watching his noticeable Harmachi, a member of Japanese national basketball team, he teach her how to fend off defender. He also help Olympic sprinter and table tennis player. Conal says people often limit their strength by relying on too much their arms. They should use their whole body instead. Japanese Keligival says he doubts Conal’s teaching to lift their elderly clients, but Olympic athletes hope the number of how they reach the metal stand in Beijing.
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You won't find / at this Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in /. Martial arts master / demonstrates the number the / way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athelets. Watching is /i, a member of Japan's naitonal basketball team. He teaches her how to find off her defender. He is also helped in Olympic sprinter and the table tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strenth relaying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese / has adopted Kono's teachings to lift their //. But the Olympic atheletes hope the / will help them reach the metal stand in Beijing. [
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You won’t find some ideal at the Summer Olympic in Beijing, but you might find their techniques in action. Martial art master Yor demonstrate their number, the some ideal way of walking. He doesn’t sway his arms, so use his less energy and can go faster.

 

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You won't find samurai at this Summer Olympics in Beijing. But you might find their techniques in action. Martial arts master Yoshinori Kono demonstrates the "namba" ,the samurai's way of walking. He doesn't swing his arms so uses less energy and can go faster. He says:" If you move your body in the most efficient way I think everybody can move much quicker than any so-called top athletes." Watching, it's Notiko Hamaguchi, a member of Japan's national basketball team. He teaches her how to fend off a defender. He has also helped an Olympic sprinter and a table-tennis player. Kono says, people often limit their strength by relying too much on their arms. He says they should use their whole body instead. Japanese caregivers have adopted Kono's teachings to lift their elderly clients. But the Olympic athletes hope the "namba" will help them reach the medal stand in Beijing.
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