Headlines on Techniques
Posted on February 23rd, 2013 by emeric
Jan-yu Weng, President of the USSA shows a textbook leading arm kick at the San Diego Martial Arts School.
Posted on December 18th, 2009 by emeric
Ryan Shumaker executes an outstanding sweep during the 17th annual GLKFC.
Posted on December 16th, 2008 by emeric
I personally didn’t attend the event and I haven’t heard anyone talk about the event from the forums. From what I know though, they did post a video of the seminar online. It’s not the whole thing, mostly a bunch of bits and pieces. But it looks elementary, naive, and some parts incorrect. I was […]
Posted on August 19th, 2008 by emeric
We’ve got a new addition to the SJNation school’s page: The Eugene Shaolin Kung Fu Club in Oregon. We hope to see them compete in more Shuaijiao tournaments in the future. You can visit them on their website http://www.eugeneshaolin.com/. On another note, here is a technique I love because you can do so much with […]
Posted on August 4th, 2008 by emeric
I know its been awhile, sorry for that, I’ve been swamped with work and moving in to my new place in Long Beach. After this weekend of the International Martial Arts tournament, there will definitely be a lot more things to post now. Thanks for everyone that came out! More details will be coming soon […]
Posted on June 27th, 2008 by emeric
It’s nice to see different schools visiting our site. Our most recent guest is the the Las Vegas Kung Fu Academy dropping by and giving me a clip of what they practice. I noticed the kids in the background are doing throws too! Exciting stuff.
Posted on June 11th, 2008 by emeric
These videos are from the user ghoststance on Youtube, originally postedby Master John Wang on his site. These are the Beijing style shuaijiao warmups and drills. These are really good training drills that everyone can use to improve your agility and help you become more dynamic. Here’s a few more…
Posted on May 22nd, 2008 by emeric
In the past few days, i have contacted over 50 potential Shuaijiao schools in the USA and Canada and I’m proud to say that we have a good 15 candidates to learn all sorts of Shuaijiao whom 11 of those 15 are currently very active and very good candidates to learn competitive Shuaijiao from. I’m […]
Posted on May 14th, 2008 by emeric
This is actually one of my favorite move and easiest technique to use in a competition. It’s called “cuo wo” here but most commonly known as “leg seizing” in America. The one shown here is the traditional OUTER leg seizing with emphasis mostly on arm control and body positioning. There is also an alternative called […]
Posted on May 13th, 2008 by emeric
Master Wang Wenyong taught shuaijiao in Beijing, China. Here are some of his posted moves from Youtube and some interesting hand and deceptive tugging techniques that you may find useful in matches. He shows some variations to the throw but trying to understand them may be hard if you can’t translate what he is saying. […]