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, and many more elements. Upon the establishment ...
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 ...
General Information There are no hidden costs, registration fees or expensive uniforms. Just show up 5 minutes before the start of the class wearing loose comfortable clothing and light weight indoor tennis shoes. CLASSES I. Wushu Foundation. Wushu Foundation classes are excellent for beginners and new students, but also mandatory for intermediate and ...
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Event: Chinese Martial Arts Tournament CMAT
Location: Berkeley, CA
Date: March 15, 2014
For Info: http://cmat.calwushu.com/
Event: Los Angeles International Chinese Wushu Tournament
Location: Santa Monica, CA
Date: May 3, 2014
For Info: http://www.wushucenter.com/laiwt/
Event: Tiger Claw’s KungFuMagazine.com Championships
Location: San Jose Convention Center, CA
Date: May 17, 2014
For Info: http://www.kungfumagazine.com/info/tournament/index.php
Event: 2014 Golden State International Health Qigong & Wushu Championships
Location: Independence High School, San Jose, CA
Date: June 15, 2014
For Info: http://www.gowushu.com/
Do you have some Wushu jumps that are giving you trouble or are your jumps just not improving? Do you want to jump higher, complete the jump difficulties accurately and, above all, safely?
We are excited to host the first of its kind “Wushu Nandu Jump Training Workshop” with Dr. Zhu Dong (朱东) from the Shanghai University of Sport (SUS). Dr. Zhu has conducted in-depth research specifically on Wushu jumps. Athletes of all levels and coaches are invited to work with one of China’s top scientific researchers in Wushu and learn the latest methodology in use by most of China’s professional Wushu teams. Dr. Zhu also served as a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and subsequently will be conducting this workshop in English.
Each participant will be able to select two Wushu jumps to work on for the course. The participant will demonstrate his techniques and receive Dr. Zhu’s analysis of their movements, identify problem areas, how to fix the problem and provide a specific training regimen for them. They will also learn how to avoid receiving score deductions while performing Nandu.
In addition, Dr. Zhu will cover a variety of Nandu topics including:
-Safety and jumping principles.
-Skill exercises and conditioning.
Date: Sunday, March 16th, 2014
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Place: East Bay Wushu
5327 Jacuzzi Street, Suite 3-I
Richmond, CA 94804
Cost: $60 (Cash only)
To reserve your place or request further information please contact:
Aya Shirai – Seminar booking coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited spaces available so reserve yours quickly!
Dr. Zhu Dong Profile
-Professor at the Faculty of Wushu of the Shanghai University of Sport (SUS).
-Specialty: Scientific Training of Martial Arts.
-7th Duan Wushu Master by the Chinese Wushu Association.
-Former Professional Athlete from the Sichuan Wushu Team.
-Visiting Scholar at the Kinesiology and Exercise Science Department of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.