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clau998877
Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 12:12:33 PM
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Hi, I am a researcher in the area of sports science and I am currently working in disease prevention through physical activity. I found a good source of infromacion in Chinese research and for several months I was translating it with online translators and interpreting translations that most of the time are a bit inacurrate but with this article i especially need some help because the quality is very low and the software cannot correctly recognize the "letters". Can someone guide me with the translation of this paragraph?

Ray Zhong
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2016 8:02:52 AM

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研究中,主要考察了杠鈴重心、人體重心和支撐腳在3個方向的位移和速度。在對比了77kg級江蘇隊員劉XX抓舉145kg的兩次失敗和一次成功的有關數據發現,其成功和失敗試舉在發力結束後的杠鈴上升高度和杠鈴最大速度值基本相同,杠鈴和人體重心軌跡圖也沒有明顯的的區別,"兩心"距離也符合"近心"原則,發力時兩心水平距離4.92cm±0.8cm,然而,兩次試舉卻在杠鈴上升到幾乎相同的最高點後,回落時沒有支撐得住,從運動員前方掉下。

It talks about weightlifting. My text is in traditional Chinese, not simplified. There are some technical terms concerning the center of gravity.
A.C.T.
Posted: Friday, September 01, 2017 3:31:05 AM
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clau998877 wrote:
Hi, I am a researcher in the area of sports science and I am currently working in disease prevention through physical activity. I found a good source of infromacion in Chinese research and for several months I was translating it with online translators and interpreting translations that most of the time are a bit inacurrate but with this article i especially need some help because the quality is very low and the software cannot correctly recognize the "letters". Can someone guide me with the translation of this paragraph?



Not an athletic specialist, but still allow me to try with the translation:

In the research, the displacements and speeds of the weight centers of both the barbell & the human body, as well as the leg/feet movements, were studied. By comparing the relevant data recorded from the two failures and one success by weightlifter Liu XX (77 KG level, 145 KG snatch, Jiangsu Team), it's discovered that the rising levels of the barbell after the pulls and the maximum speeds of the barbells during both the successful and failed attempts are basically the same, and no remarkable differences were spotted in the diagrams for the weight centers of the barbells and human body. During the pulls, the horizontal distance between the body weight center and the barbell weight center was only 4.92cm±0.8cm, which complies with the "near-centers" principle. However, after reaching the highest points of the rising stages during those two failed attempts, the falling barbell didn't get sufficient withstanding upwards resistance, and dropped off in front of the weightlifter.


. Hope you will find it helpful. :-)

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