[caption id="attachment_403" align="alignright" width="358"] Wushu Champion Zhao Qingjian[/caption] Wushu is a generic term that refers to all the different kinds of Chinese martial arts. Wushu is an integral part of Chinese cultural heritage, a product of several millennia of development that combines martial arts, health preserving exercises, performance and sportive activities, ...
Emilio Alpanseque （恩米） is a 5th Degree Wushu Master by the Chinese Wushu Association, with over 25 years of training, he has pursued his Wushu career with passionate determination and exceptional commitment. His extensive experience as a successful international competitor, former Spanish National Team athlete, qualified judge and dedicated writer ...
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Recently, Coach Emilio visited the traditional Hung Gar inheritor, renowned Hong Kong actor and long time friend, Grand Master Dr. Chiu Chi-Ling (趙志淩).
Understanding and keeping traditions alive is important for all Wushu practitioners. And in case of modern Nanquan, traditional Hung Gar is really the heart of it all. What follows is a selection of pictures from that morning.
Many thanks to Grand Master Dr. Chiu Chi-Ling and his kind students for the great opportunity!
For more information on the origins of modern Nanquan, visit KungfuMagazine.com to read a full article by clicking: HERE
We are back from our China trip! 2016 has marked the return of Coach Emilio to one of the meccas of Wushu, the Shanghai University of Sport (SUS). During his stay he was able to participate in a series of theory and practical sessions around competitive training methodology, sport planning and physical ability development. Enjoy some pictures from one of his training sessions.
General announcement: East Bay Wushu will not open during the following days: 4/9, 4/16 and 4/23.
We are going to China to spend some time training at one of the meccas of Wushu, the Shanghai Sports University Wushu College.
We will also be leading an expedition to the famous Wudang Mountains in the Hubei Province.
We will resume classes on 4/30. Looking forward to seeing you upon our arrival.