Headlines on Training


Entertaining Video with some Unique Warmup Techniques

Posted on June 7th, 2008 by emeric

From the archives of wizcoolc on Youtube, a video of some memorizing training at the Tian Qi Shuaijiao school in Beijing.  Nice way to lift weights without having to actually lift weights.


15 organizations in 7 states… not a bad start!

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 […]


Great Example of a Technique for Competition “Cuo Wo”

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 […]


Another Shuaijiao Technique by Master Wang Wenyong

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. […]