Category: Training

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 […]

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 […]

Weapons how to choose

Weapons : How to Choose

This article is mostly aimed at either beginners, parents, or athletes that will soon do their first competition. One of the things that make Wushu so great to watch, and gives such a great feeling when practicing, is definitely its wide range of weapons. Basically anything could transform […]

Competiton Day Get Ready

Competition Day, D-1 : Be Ready

Tic … Tock … in approximatively 24 hours you will be at the competition venue, ready to show your improvements to everyone. You’ve trained hard for this day for different reasons : to prove yourself and / or the others something, because you love to train hard, have dreams of joining the National Team, just test your improvements, or all of the above!

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Improve your Sanda Game

Improve Your Sanda Game

Sanda is a great fighting art that can also be a very good springboard to MMA if done properly. It doesn’t have elbow or knee strikes, but it teaches you the right distance management, tempo, and of course standing wrestling, though some Sanda techniques wouldn’t work in a […]

Stop spraining your ankles

Stop Spraining your Ankles

Ouch !!! A few seconds ago you were in the air performing your favourite Cekongfan 侧空翻 (Aerial), Tengkong Feijiao 腾空飞脚 (Flying front kick), landing from a Sanda take-down or maybe just doing some hard conditioning after an exhausting training.Anyways, now you’re lying on the ground in pain. Welcome […]

How to Improve your flexibility

How to improve your flexibility

One word : STRETCH.Stretch every day, several times a day, and also before and after your training (should it be Taolu, Sanda, or conditioning). It should be common sense for most of you who have the chance to train with good teacher and / or have a certain level […]