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Traditional Shaolin kung fu-Chinese martial arts Sanda-Chinese Kick Boxing Wing Chun (Yong chun in Chinese) Tai Chi Chuan Ba Gua Zhang Xing Yi Chuan -JiangNan shaolin Kungfu school in China Qi Gong or Chi Kung Baji Chuan

Sanda-Chinese Kick Boxing

Sanda or Sanshou (Chinese Kick Boxing) is a Chinese hand-to-hand self-defense and actual combat sport. Sanda is normal fighting sport of modern Wushu (Kung Fu) that is growing very fast in China and foreign countries.Many peoples learn Sanshou nowadays.Sanda competition combat evolved from China Kung Fu ,it is famous with the name Chinese Sanda Kickboxing.and can use boxing gloves, head guards and a set of rules to guarantee security and fairness. Modern Chinese kickboxing(Sanda)has developed into modern Wushu by the Chinese authorities during the 1960’s.

Chinese Sanshou have Chinese martial arts applications that include many aspects of actual combat including grappling and striking.In Chinese kick boxing competition in China, the takedowns and throws are allowed in competition along with all other kinds of striking,such as arms and legs using.

Chinese Sanshou have Chinese martial arts applications that include many aspects of actual combat including grappling and striking.In Chinese kick boxing competition in China, the takedowns and throws are allowed in competition along with all other kinds of striking,such as arms and legs using.

Sanshou is the traditional Chinese fighting techniques and masters here teach students who wish to study Sanda with Sanda skills and techniques, theory and training methods and application and actual real combat.Sanda is unarmed self-defense and close comba,that includes Ti (kicks), Da (punches), Shuai (Shuai Jiao), and Na (Chin Na).Sanshou also emphasize on throws. One of its most famous skills of Sanda the “kick catch”. Chinese kick boxing includes the three ranges of combat-kicking, punching and grappling which adds great realism to the sport.

As an integral part of most Chinese Wushu competitions, Sanshou has been an important event in World Wushu Championships and Sanda competitions are held in more than seventy countries abroad nowadays. The rules of Sanda allow full contact punching, kicking, takedowns and throws derived from the traditional application of Chinese martial arts.

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