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Cai Jia Quan

Style Fundamentals : Cai Jia Quan

“Cai Jia Quan” 蔡家拳, also known under its cantonese name “Choy Gar Kuen” (Cai family boxing), is one of the 5 major southern Wushu styles with Hung Gar, Mok Gar, Li Gar, and Fut Gar, and of course, part of the roots of the Choy Lee Fut Style. […]

Zhao Jie Interview

Interview With World Champion Zhao Jie

Zhao Jie is a former China Wushu Team and Hebei Wushu Team member, and is famous for being a World Champion and an All China Games gold medalist! We had the chance to interview him using Wechat during the Covid crisis! Check out our full interview on Youtube […]

Wushu Brick Core Workout

Training Tips : Wushu Brick Core Workout

Another original Wukong workout, should you be or not, in lockdown because of the Coronavirus. This workout is focused on core training, which is essential to keep your forms clean, improve your upper and lower body synchronisation, and therefore speed and jump rotations for Taolu as well ! […]

Wushu leg workout

Training Tips : Wushu Style Leg Workout

Since we’re almost all stuck at home for a while, at least let’s get some wushu workout done. This workout is not only great to improve your leg resistance and explose power, but is also an hardcore fat burner for your whole body! So no need to do […]

Jibengong Wrong

Jibengong : You’re Doing it Wrong

You might have been training for years, and have been through many times where you thought that you were not improving anymore, then you forgot about it happens again. Chances are you’ve been learning too fast. You did learn the basics etc, but at some point you certainly […]

Injury Lower Body

Training With an Injury : Lower Body

Note : We are not sports physicians. Therefore we encourage you to double check what you can and cannot do with a sport physician before you start any below training. Then also check with your coach if he has other ideas as he knows what you need best […]

Zui Quan

Style Fundamentals : Zui Quan

“Zui Quan” (醉拳), or “Drunken Boxing” in english, is a renown style around the world, even to those not familiar with Chinese Martial Arts, because of its distinctive movements that mimic the clumsy steps and reactions of a drunk person. Mostly popularized by the movies “Drunken Master” 1 […]