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WHAT IS WUSHU?






[IMPORTANT NOTICE]
Haruka Wushu Training Center(HWTC) Has No Any Branch or No Affiliation Unit, Has Not Published Any Instructors / Coaches Also.
At the present, Training Center Is Main Training Center By Direct Haruka Ito Instruction ONLY.

Generally WUSHU is well known as the same of KUNG-FU.
Wushu has more than 300 variations, is a brilliant Chinese heritage culture, not only just a physical martial arts.

The following article is about the modern sport Wushu. For information on other types of Chinese martial arts, see Chinese martial arts on Wikipedia.

As a sport event, Wushu(traditional Chinese:武術) has the contents both an exhibition and a full-contact sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts. It was developed in China after 1949, in an effort to standardize the practice of traditional Chinese martial arts, although attempts to structure the various decentralized martial arts traditions date back earlier. The term of Wushu is Mandarin Chinese for "martial arts" (武 "Wu" = military or martial, 術 "Shu" = art), the character of 武 "Wu" means 'Stop the conflict'.
In contemporary times, wushu has become an international sport through International Wushu Federation (IWUF), which holds the World Wushu Championships every two years; the first World Championships were held in 1991 in Beijing, China.

Competitive wushu is composed of two disciplines: Taolu (套路; forms) and Sanda/Sanshou (散打/散手; sparring).

Taolu involves martial art patterns and maneuvers for which competitors are judged and given points according to specific rules. The forms comprise basic movements (stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps, sweeps and throws) based on aggregate categories of traditional Chinese martial art styles and can be changed for competitions to highlight one's strengths.

*Description of Wushu(sport) on Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wushu_(sport)


[Contemporary Taolu Event]
Wushu events are performed using compulsory or individual routines in competition. Compulsory routines are those routines that have been already created for the athlete, resulting in each athlete performing basically the same set. Individual routines are routines that an athlete creates with the aid of his/her coach, while following certain rules for difficulty.
Contemporary Taolu event has three category; Individual event, Dual event and Group event. Each events have Bearhand and weapon events.
Wushu has more than 300 events still nowadays, it is the Chinese cultural heritage with rich culture contents.

*Descriotion of Contemporary Taolu Events
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wushu_(sport)#Contemporary_taolu_events

In the HWTC(Haruka Wushu Training Center) classes, the training method is contemporary Taolu events, as the exhibition form practice and training only.

Haruka Wushu Training Center compliant the Official International Rules and complimentary regulations, i.e. IWUF(International Wushu Federation), WFA(Wushu Federation of Asia) and CWA(Chinese Wushu Association, Beijing CHINA) rules and regulations.

*Important Notice: Wushu(Kung Fu) and Taijiquan(Tai Chi) are NOT Karate, entirely different.










Wushu Promo

Wushu Promo

The promotion video of Wushu -beautiful Chinese heritage culture-.

This Is Kung Fu

Documentary film 'This Is Kung Fu'

This is a rare Chinese Wushu publicity film dating back to 1983.

Wushu Olympic 2008

Wushu Olympic 2008

The promotion video of Wushu to go into the Olympic Games 2008, produced by IWUF(International Wushu Federation).