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Shuai Jiao Techniques and Concepts

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Shuai Chiao is a grappling art form China. It has take-downs and locking, but until recently did not have much striking involved. It closely resembles Judo with just a few key differences.

One of the major differences between Shuai Chiao and Judo is that Shuai Chiao has no ground game or newaza. I think it has to do with the mindset of most Chinese arts that there may be multiple opponents involved in a real fight and it would be best not to go to the ground.

This mindset also affects the type of throws that are in Shuai Chiao. Shuai Chiao has no Sutemi Waza or sacrifice throws. All of the throws end up with the tori or thrower being on their feet.

Shuai Chiao can help anyone's grappling game. There some unique throws in Shuai Chiao that are not found in any other arts.

At our martial arts school, the Las Vegas Kung Fu Academy, we do not have a specific Shuai Chiao class anymore but we do incorporate all of the throws into our self defense techniques.

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Shuai Jiao Tutorial 中國式摔跤教學 VOL 2 : Techniques (Part 1)

For the VCD/ DVD:
1. 馬健記圖書(旺角) 九龍旺角通菜街103號一樓. 23956685
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中国式摔跤,为两人徒手较量,以摔倒对方为胜的竞技运动,它是中国最古老的体育项目之一。现在为中国农民运动会、少数民族运动会正式项目。

摔跤在中国有着悠久的历史,古代称摔跤为角抵、角力、相扑、争跤、掼跤、摔角等。在清朝因为皇帝的提倡,吸收了满族和蒙古族摔跤发展为中国式摔跤。

1953年,第一届少数民族运动会上,中国式摔跤被列为正式竞赛项目,前几届全运会也均被列为正式比赛项目,并每年举行全国锦标赛。1956年和1957年,中华人民共和国体育运动委员会相继颁布了中国式摔跤运动员等级制和中国式摔跤规则,将中国式摔跤运动正规化。

中国式摔跤运动员按体重分为10个级别,每场比赛分3局,每局净摔3分钟,两局之间休息一分钟,比赛在平坦柔软的8米×8米的垫子上进行。

Shuai jiao (Chinese: 摔跤 or 摔角; pinyin: Shuāijiāo; Wade-Giles: Shuai-chiao) is a Chinese martial art which combines grappling and striking. It was originally only a style of sport wrestling, but later striking and blocking were added to it. It sometimes also refers to modern Chinese and Mongolian wrestling.

The word shuai, 摔, stands for to throw onto the ground, while jiao may be one of two characters: the first and older, 角, stands for horns and the second and recent, 跤, stands for wrestle or trip using the legs. In modern Chinese Shuai Jiao is always written using the more recent characters 跤, and should be translated as to throw onto the ground through wrestling with legs. The use of the character 角 is due to the fact that in the earliest form of Shuaijiao, players wore helmet with horns and head-butting was allowed. This form of Shuaijiao is called 'Ciyou Xi'.

Shuaijiao can be divided into the following styles:

Beijing Style - This is in essence the lineage from the Manchu Buku style that was practised by the Imperial Palace Guard, Shan Pu Ying (善扑营, literally the Expert in Wrestling Unit). The main characteristic is the use of the legs to kick and off-balance opponents. It is considered a gentler style than the Tianjin Style.

Tianjin Style - This is the lineage of Ming Dynasty Shuaijiao mixed with Manchu Buku. The main characteristic is the use of legs to kick and off-balance. It is considered a harder and rougher style than the Beijing Style.

Baoding Style - This is the lineage that is called Kuai Jiao (Fast Wrestling). The main characteristic is the fast application of technique. Another characteristic is the adaptation of Shaolin Quan from Ping Jingyi, a famous teacher of Shuaijiao who learned Shaolin style from the Meng family of Nanguan County even though he was a Muslim Hui.

The above three styles are sometimes called Hebei Style Shuaijiao or simply Shuaijiao. Wrestlers wear a jacket called Dalian.

Shanxi Style - This is the lineage of Song Dynasty Shuaijiao. It is mainly practised in the counties between the mining city of Datong in northern Shanxi and the provinvial capital Taiyuan in central Shanxi. The main characteristic is leg catching techniques, as traditonally wrestlers wear only tight knee-length pants.

Mongol Style - This is the lineage from Mongol Boke.

Xinjiang Style - This is the lineage from various Turkic styles. The main characteristic is waist techniques.


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Shuai Jiao Kung Fu Wrestling, Defense Techniques

Beijing 2008 Martial Arts Training Camp: SHUAI JIAO SPECIAL

THE 2nd ANNUAL BEIJING INTERNATIONAL MARTIAL ARTS CAMP: ``LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!!``

Dear Martial Arts Enthusiasts,

We, Mike Martello, Zhang Xinbin and Rene M. F. Ho,

are proud to present...

GRANDMASTER WANG WENYONG / KING OF SHUAIJIAO

Grandmaster Wang is a living legend in the World of Chinese Martial Arts, and one of the greatest exponents of Chinese wrestling of the last 100 years.

The following video is a compilation of footage provided by Grandmaster Wang Wenyong and used with his permission. It depicts the various Shuaijiao training equipment used in traditional Chinese wrestling.

The equipment as shown in the video will be part of the Shuaijiao program of our training camp.

To pave the way to the Olympics, in July 2008 we will engage in four weeks of intense training (8 hours a day), which includes:

- more Shuaijiao
- more Specialized Training
- more Traditional Training Equipment

The dates for this year`s camp are:

Trip A (4 week program) : 1st July - 28th July 2008
Trip B (2 week program) : 15th July - 28th July 2008

Information concerning prices, training schedule, sightseeing program and more can be found at

For enquiry please contact us at beijingcamp@gmail.com

Don`t miss this great training opportunity, KEEP your schedule open for JULY 2008, and JOIN US for better training, more sightseeing and great food!

``LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!!``

Best regards,

Mike Martello
Zhang Xinbin
Rene Ming Fai Ho

【Shuai Jiao】 Shanxi vs Inner Mongolia "Sheep Wrestling" Cup 2017 晉蒙傳統撓羊賽

Being the well-known home of wrestling dating back 1,500 years, Shanxi cherishes the national cultural heritage of traditional Naoyang wrestling, even a hobby for children, as tens of thousands of local people usually wrestle with bare arms.

Shanxi Shuai Jiao comes from the lineage of Song Dynasty Shuaijiao. It is mainly practised in the counties between the mining city of Datong in northern Shanxi and the provincial capital Taiyuan in central Shanxi. The main characteristic is leg catching techniques, as traditionally wrestlers wear only tight knee-length pants.

2017年9月17日晚,2017年中國式摔跤世界杯全國預選賽(山西懷仁賽區)暨晉蒙傳統撓羊賽在懷仁縣體育館開賽。撓羊賽中,跤壇英雄榜選手樊建取得了六連勝的好成績。
  這是參加2017年在美國舉行的中國式摔跤預選賽的最後一場比賽,獲勝者將參加在美國舉行的世界杯決賽。來自多地的200多名運動員、裁判員參加了開幕式活動。

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Shuai Jiao Training 中國式摔跤訓練 2016 | TianChi Shuai Jiao Club, Beijing

Tianchi is run by Shuaijiao practitioner and successful local businessman Yao Dongjun.

7月的北京,艷陽如火,俱樂部學員不顧炎熱,在教練麼棟軍的帶領下揮汗如雨地訓練。麼教練的授業恩師教壇泰鬥李寶如先生也光臨俱樂部,對學員進行了技術上的指點,古稀之年的李老還為我們演示了精彩的傳統器械訓練法。隨後,學員演示中國式摔跤的各種基本功法和實用跤拌,精彩紛呈。在訓練間隙,記者對麼棟軍教練進行訪談。

記者(以下簡稱“記”):您能談一下如何步入跤壇,並走上教學之路的嗎?
麼棟軍(以下簡稱“麼”):我出生於一個摔跤世家,從小喜愛武術、摔跤,1987年入選北京摔跤隊,有幸隨李寶如老師系統學習摔跤,曾連續兩次榮獲北京市農運會摔跤冠軍。退役後從商,但時刻不忘摔跤,一有空閑,就要摔上幾局。近幾年,生意趨於穩定發展,在2007年成立北京天池摔跤俱樂部,准備把摔跤這一國粹傳承和發揚下去。
記:您和李寶如先生學習多年,最大的收獲是什麼?
麼:李先生是我的恩師,我不僅學習他的摔跤技術,還學到了他的武德。李先生德藝雙馨,在業界是有口碑的。他沒有門戶之見,不拘泥於一家之法,而是廣交良師益友,博采百家之長,所以才有那樣輝煌的成就,是我學習的榜樣,他提出的“中和謹信、自強厚德”八字是我的座右銘。
記:您認為如何才能練好摔跤?
麼:首先要有名師指點,確立正確理念,掌握正確方法,這樣才能不走彎路。在具備以上條件之後,還必須要持之以恆地苦練,只要功夫深,鐵杵磨成針,不經過千錘百煉,難成大器。同時還要多進行實戰訓練,練出跤力和跤感,才能克敵制勝。
記:您的訓練方法有何特色?
麼:我是秉承恩師李寶如先生的教學方法的。特點是系統、科學、高效。先說系統,我們保持了很多現在已瀕臨失傳的傳統練習方法,如弓、刀、石等,僅器械練功方法,就有三十多種,如地秤、擲子、滑車、皮條、大繩、石鎖、雙石、打樁等等。再說科學,我們的訓練方法針對性很強,比如每種技法都有相應的基本功訓練,功夫上去了,技法才能用得出來。科學、系統的訓練保證了高效的結果。幾年來,我館學員已獲得國內外眾多獎項。在2008年的法國“巴黎市長杯”摔跤比賽中。我館就有三名學員獲得冠軍。我館也被中國式摔跤發展管理委員會評為“中國式摔跤運動訓練推廣優秀組織獎“。
記:您覺得中國式摔跤在目前的傳承中有哪些問題?您是如何做的?
麼:現在人們普遍對中國式摔跤的重視不夠,當年我學摔跤的時候,唯恐老師趕我走,而現在的孩子就算求他,他也不願意練,畢竟時代不同了。摔跤作為國粹,一定要努力傳承下去,對於一些喜歡摔跤並且從小肯下功夫練的好苗子,我一定會傾囊而授,毫不保留。來我館學習的一些好苗子,我不僅不收取學費,還為他們提供生活補助,並推薦他們去參加比賽,盡力為中國式摔跤的發展貢獻力量。

About Tianchi International Shuai Jiao Training Center, Beijing 北京天池摔跤俱樂部:
北京市朝陽區雙橋東路18號院東旭花園
Dongxu Garden, 18th Yard, ShuangQiao East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Tel: 13810481508

Learn the Ankle Hook Throw - Shuaijiao

- With Instruction
- Shuai Jiao

Who Needs Judo? China's Shuaijiao Vies for Respectability

Archived news from the Wall Street Journal about Shuaijiao, I don't own the rights to this but this is a really hard video to find online about Shuaijiao.

Who Needs Judo? China's Shuaijiao Vies for Respectability
Reported by Mei Fong
Produced by Andrew Lih

Published 2008

www.shuaijiao.tv Technique of the Week

This technique is a popular Shuaijiao technique called Pei.

Go for gold!
Michael

The Shuai Jiao of Wushu Sanda

Wushu Sanda is comprised of 4 ranges of combat. Punching (Da) Kicking (Ti) Wrestling (Shuai) Sizing/Locking (Na). Nowadays Sanda competitions only allow the first three. The Shuai aspect is just about the most important in Wushu Sanda. Here is a compilation of great Shuai Jiao (Chinese Wrestling) moments in Sanda competition.

King of Shuai Jiao and his Dragons

Highlights do Gão-Mestre King of Shuai Jiao com seus Dragões.

Shuai Jiao Tutorial 中國式摔跤教學 VOL 1 : Strength Building Exercises (Part 1)

For the VCD/ DVD:
1. 馬健記圖書(旺角) 九龍旺角通菜街103號一樓. 23956685
2.
3.

中国式摔跤,为两人徒手较量,以摔倒对方为胜的竞技运动,它是中国最古老的体育项目之一。现在为中国农民运动会、少数民族运动会正式项目。

摔跤在中国有着悠久的历史,古代称摔跤为角抵、角力、相扑、争跤、掼跤、摔角等。在清朝因为皇帝的提倡,吸收了满族和蒙古族摔跤发展为中国式摔跤。

1953年,第一届少数民族运动会上,中国式摔跤被列为正式竞赛项目,前几届全运会也均被列为正式比赛项目,并每年举行全国锦标赛。1956年和1957年,中华人民共和国体育运动委员会相继颁布了中国式摔跤运动员等级制和中国式摔跤规则,将中国式摔跤运动正规化。

中国式摔跤运动员按体重分为10个级别,每场比赛分3局,每局净摔3分钟,两局之间休息一分钟,比赛在平坦柔软的8米×8米的垫子上进行。

Shuai jiao (Chinese: 摔跤 or 摔角; pinyin: Shuāijiāo; Wade-Giles: Shuai-chiao) is a Chinese martial art which combines grappling and striking. It was originally only a style of sport wrestling, but later striking and blocking were added to it. It sometimes also refers to modern Chinese and Mongolian wrestling.

The word shuai, 摔, stands for to throw onto the ground, while jiao may be one of two characters: the first and older, 角, stands for horns and the second and recent, 跤, stands for wrestle or trip using the legs. In modern Chinese Shuai Jiao is always written using the more recent characters 跤, and should be translated as to throw onto the ground through wrestling with legs. The use of the character 角 is due to the fact that in the earliest form of Shuaijiao, players wore helmet with horns and head-butting was allowed. This form of Shuaijiao is called 'Ciyou Xi'.

Shuaijiao can be divided into the following styles:

Beijing Style - This is in essence the lineage from the Manchu Buku style that was practised by the Imperial Palace Guard, Shan Pu Ying (善扑营, literally the Expert in Wrestling Unit). The main characteristic is the use of the legs to kick and off-balance opponents. It is considered a gentler style than the Tianjin Style.

Tianjin Style - This is the lineage of Ming Dynasty Shuaijiao mixed with Manchu Buku. The main characteristic is the use of legs to kick and off-balance. It is considered a harder and rougher style than the Beijing Style.

Baoding Style - This is the lineage that is called Kuai Jiao (Fast Wrestling). The main characteristic is the fast application of technique. Another characteristic is the adaptation of Shaolin Quan from Ping Jingyi, a famous teacher of Shuaijiao who learned Shaolin style from the Meng family of Nanguan County even though he was a Muslim Hui.

The above three styles are sometimes called Hebei Style Shuaijiao or simply Shuaijiao. Wrestlers wear a jacket called Dalian.

Shanxi Style - This is the lineage of Song Dynasty Shuaijiao. It is mainly practised in the counties between the mining city of Datong in northern Shanxi and the provinvial capital Taiyuan in central Shanxi. The main characteristic is leg catching techniques, as traditonally wrestlers wear only tight knee-length pants.

Mongol Style - This is the lineage from Mongol Boke.

Xinjiang Style - This is the lineage from various Turkic styles. The main characteristic is waist techniques.


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USA vs CHINA (Inner Mongolia) - 2015 International Chinese Shuai Jiao Championships - Wen Zhou, CN

USA vs CHINA
2015 International Chinese Shuai Jiao Championships
Wen Zhou, CN - 2015

Matthew Gelfand, USA (Shuai Jiao Evolution - New York)
vs
China / Inner Mongolia

Courtesy of Shuai Jiao Evolution

Shuai Jiao Basics

This is a short collection of some basic shuai jiao drills. These drills are meant to help develop the basic body method and coordination needed for more advanced practice. Although, they are basic drills they should be practiced by wrestlers at all levels.

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Στιγμιότυπα από τις προπονήσεις προετοιμασίας της εθνικής ομάδας Shuai Jiao.
video by Alex!

【Shuai Jiao】 Techniques: 撳 (Qin)/ 走 (Zou) | Shandong, Tai'An 山東泰安

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The technicality of Shuai Jiao is presented during the combat process in a variety of aspects. The most obvious is the variety of tripping techniques. There is a common saying, There are 36 major ways to make your opponents trip, but the lesser known techniques are as many as the hair of a cow. (中国跤大绊子三十六,小绊子赛牛毛) From larger movements, even the slightest details of one's body or head during attack, strike back or defence can result in different outcomes.

History of Shuai Jiao:

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