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Final men's single: Vietnam vs China 8th World Champion Federfussball Jianzi shuttlecock plumfoot

8th World Championship of shuttlecock 2015 in Rome #8Wshuttlecock,
Final of men's single event: Vietnam vs China

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Kikbo with Chinese Jianzi (毽子) Masters

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Kikbo channels a lot of the same skills used in footbag and freestyle football, but has a different dynamic. It moves slower through the air, allowing for big kicks and different tricks. Besides being ridiculously fun both in groups and alone, it's an excellent workout.

Kikbo Kick Shuttlecocks are based on the ancient Asian games of: jianzi (毽子), chapteh, da cau, sipa, sepak, and jegichagi.
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Jianzi - Tutorial Basic - 毽子基本技能

Il Jiànzi (毽子), tī jianzi (踢毽子), tī jian (踢毽) o jianqiú (毽球), è uno sport tradizionale cinese nazionale in cui i giocatori mirano a mantenere un volano in aria utilizzando principalmente i calci, la testa e il petto, ad esclusione delle mani.

I Jiànzi sono disponibili in molte forme e dimensioni, ma il tipo più frequentemente usato sembra una grande navetta da badminton con una coda di piume invece di una rete di plastica, la cui punta è spesso costituita da dischi di plastica pesati coperti da stoffa o pelle.
Le lunghe penne del Jiànzi aiutano a rallentare la sua discesa, che a sua volta consente manovre più complesse.

La versione ufficiale è uno sport altamente competitivo che ha guadagnato l'attenzione internazionale.
A nostro avviso il fascino rimane il fattore sociale: si può giocare in ogni luogo e ad ogni età, in Cina si vede praticare dalle persone anziane nei parchi.

In inglese, sia lo sport che l'oggetto con cui viene giocato sono indicati come shuttlecock, in Italia viene chiamato volano.

Jianzi - Voetpluim - 毽子

Jianzi gastles van VOETPLUIM.NL bij Shaolin Kungfu Brummen.

Jiànzi is een traditioneel spel dat in China populair is maar ook in Europa steeds bekender wordt.

Jiànzi (voetpluim in het Nederlands) is een gewicht met veren. Het doel is om de Jianzi hoog te houden.

Shaolin Kungfu Brummen organiseert jaarlijks een aantal gastlessen die raakvlakken hebben op het gebied van Martial Arts. meer info:
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Jianzi

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Federfussball / Shuttlecock / Jianzi / Part 2 / 5

Shuttlecock Part 2 / 5
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Federfussball / Shuttlecock / Jianzi / Part 1 / 5

Shuttlecock Part 1 / 5.

Final women's single: Vietnam vs China 8th World Champion Federfussball Jianzi shuttlecock plumfoot

8th World Championship of shuttlecock 2015 in Rome #8Wshuttlecock,
Final of womens's single event: Vietnam vs China

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JIANZI! Benteke, Sakho, Cabaye and Hennessey play Chinese Shuttlecock.

One Shuttlecock. Four Crystal Palace players. How long can they keep it in the air?

Christian Benteke, Mamadou Sakho, Yohan Cabaye and Wayne Hennessey have a go at a traditional Chinese game.

Final men's team: Vietnam vs China 8th World Championship Federfussball Jianzi shuttlecock plumfoot

8th World Championship of shuttlecock 2015 in Rome #8Wshuttlecock,
Final of men's team event: Vietnam vs China

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Sepak Kenchi / Jianzi / Featherball / Chapteh / Dacau - Shuttlecock Indonesia vs France

Exhibition Match,
14 June 2009,
Medan - Indonesia

Đá Cầu Shuttlecock Fhuttle Jianzi Fitness Workout

Đá Cầu is a Vietnamese national sport in which players aim to keep a shuttlecock (fhuttle) in the air by using their feet. In other countries, it is known as jianzi, sipa, peteca and indiaca. The rules of the game in each country are a little bit different and you can make it with your opponent or teammate.

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JIANZI

Играем в JIANZI (Цзяньцзи - пинай волан).
Многие известные генералы в китайской истории использовали эту игру, чтобы расслабиться и восстановить дух своих солдат. Со временем эта игра распространилась по всей Азии, приобретая различные имена. В Цзяньцзи играли с династии Хань (206 до н.э. -220 г. н.э.), затем игра была популярна в течение шести династий и период Суй и Тан. Таким образом, история игры насчитывает более двух тысяч лет.

The Jianzi Champion! Chinese National Sport | This is China (Day 4)

We watch the Jianzi Champion show off his amazing skills in Beijing, China. He previously managed to keep the Shuttlecock in the air for 2 hours and 50 minutes!

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Three Old Chinese playing jianzi (Chinese Hacky Sack)

February 2005, Temple of Heaven, Beijing, China. Three ol Chinese guys demonstrating their amazing skills & suppleness at jianzi. Enjoy.
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Đá cầu Shuttlecock Jianzi CK đôi nữ Quỳnh ThảoPT Trăm HòaĐT 2 1

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Jianzi freestyle in Italia

Jianzi, plumfoot

Présentation du Jianzi ou plumfoot, sport traditionnel chinois ou vietnamien, pratiqué depuis plus de 2000 ans.

Jianzi sg - Techniques Part 1

Chapteh or capteh, is a traditional game in Southeast Asia that requires a shuttlecock. It is a favourite pastime among children and the playing of this game requires athletic skills and agility.

The game is played using a feathercock made up of feathers attached to a rubber disc (base). The idea of this game is to keep the capteh airborne for as long as possible by kicking it. Another method of playing is to kick the shuttlecock back and forth between two people, similar to sepak takraw. Only a very small area is needed to kick a shuttlecock, so it can be practiced in space-confined places. The game is physically intensive.

This game was commonly played in Singapore and Malaysia during the kampong days where boys gathered in groups to have a kick-a-about. However, recently interest for this game has declined as boys traded this simple game for more sophisicated video and computer games.

Jianzi Practice, Good Healthy Workout Part 1 @ Bt Batok Singapore

The shuttlecock, called a jianzi in the Chinese game and also known in English as a 'Chinese hacky sack' or 'kinja', typically has four feathers fixed into a rubber sole or plastic discs. Some handmade jianzis make use of a washer or a coin with a hole in the centre.
During play, various parts of the body, but not the hands, are used to keep the shuttlecock from touching the ground. It is primarily balanced and propelled upwards using parts of the leg, especially the feet. Skilled players may employ powerful and spectacular overhead kicks

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