Improve Your Wushu Endurance With These 7 Training Tweaks

Improve Your Wushu Endurance With These 7 Training Tweaks

One of the most frustrating things about this sport is the painful climb that most of us need to embark on when building our wushu endurance for a competition. The words “full set” become synonymous with “burning lungs” and “extreme pain”. Just the thought of it is...
My Framework for Wushu Self-Training

My Framework for Wushu Self-Training

Based on your emails and messages, it looks like a lot of you have a hard time finding good training options. Some of you are in a remote location with no facilities, or perhaps it is too cost prohibitive to pay for a coach, but for some reason or another you are...
Do you need guanxi to train in China?

Do you need guanxi to train in China?

For those of you who aren’t in the know, I recently posted up the first version of the China Wushu Guidebook, which includes (among other things) the most comprehensive list of wushu training facilities in China ever produced. Over 680 schools, colleges, universities,...
How to start a wushu blog

How to start a wushu blog

I was recently asked on Facebook how someone should approach starting a wushu blog. “I thought you’d never ask!” exclaimed my ego. So, I wanted to write up a quick primer on how to set up a wushu blog and some of the things I might have done...
What is wushu?

What is wushu?

As anyone who has been studying wushu for longer than a week can tell you, the most common question any of us hear (almost on a weekly basis) is “What is wushu?” The problem with this question is that it is a bit like trying to describe color to a blind...