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Examining Chinese Grappling Kung Fu - Shuai Jiao

We look at Chinese grappling. 摔跤 is an ancient Chinese form of grappling that has been in recorded history for at least 4,000 years. There are many forms and many lineages, so we'll dive into that at later dates. For now, let's look at some great videos that viewer WWITim sent our way. Leave a comment. Should Xu Xiaodong grapple with Shuai Jiao people? Do you want more Shuai Jiao?

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Shuai Chiao: Chinese Wrestling Gi Throws

Lavell Marshall is a Shuai Chiao/Kung Fu fighter and NASM certified Personal Trainer based out of NYC. He has been studying Martial Arts since age 3 in various styles but found his love in Hung Gar Kung fu and the Standing Grappling art of Baoding Shuai Chiao (Chinese Wrestling) which he continues to train and compete in on an international level. He is a student from the famous Shuai Chiao fighting lineage of Chang Tung Sheng, Master David Lin and his teacher Sifu Omar Harvin and also a student at the Renzo Gracie Academy in NYC.

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Shuai Jiao Chinese Wrestling by Wang Wenyong (Part 1/4)

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Shuaijiao Competitions Beijing China 61 - 80 matches

Shuaijiao tournament where we participated in Beijing. Now we offer to see the next 20 fights from 61 to 80. Then we will release a video with other fights. See also our other shuajiao video playlists from other competitions in China. 北京雄风营 双雄争跤大会

This video was shot during a trip to China, Beijing, by the delegation of the Association of Chinese Traditions and Culture, headed by Master Mu Yuchun to participate in various seminars on wushu, on shuaijiao and organizing cultural exchanges.

Matches 1 - 20
Matches 21 - 40
Matches 41 - 60
Matches 61 - 80

0:01 Match 61
2:18 Match 62
3:13 Match 63
4:16 Match 64
5:30 Match 65
8:28 Match 66
9:30 Match 67
10:35 Match 68
11:53 Match 69
14:18 Match 70
15:52 Match 71
17:24 Match 72
18:37 Match 73
20:51 Match 74
24:18 Match 75
25:21 Match 76
27:14 Match 77
29:30 Match 78
31:46 Match 79
34:08 Match 80



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Shuai Jiao World Cup - USA vs Canada - Men's 82KG

Lavell Shaolin Marshall (USA) vs Matt Hand (Canada)

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Shuai Chiao Instructional Video By Grand Master Chang

This is a Shuai Chiao instructional video by Grand Master Chang. An excellent introduction for those interested in the Ancient Fighting Style of Shuai Chiao. Presented by Sifu Bryan Baskett, Canfield, Ohio.

Difficult fight for the boy Wu Jie. Shuaijiao China Heze Shandong 2018

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Xu Xiaodong MMA Should Challenge This Type of Kung Fu - A Shuai Jiao Match Explored

People criticize Xu Xiaodong, the Chinese MMA fighter, because he keeps challenging Kung Fu masters who are obviously smaller in size. The Kung fu masters also seem to have no real combat or even sparring experience. So let's look at one of the Kung Fu styles that is grappling-based. This slightly obscure form of Chinese Kung Fu is called Shuai Jiao 摔跤. Let us know what you think about this match and this type of Chinese kung fu. Is this the base to add striking Sanda to form a complete MMA system that's Chinese?

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Shuai Chiao: Inner Hooking or Chinese Wrestling Variation of the Inside Trip

Lavell Marshall is a Shuai Chiao/Kung Fu fighter and NASM certified Personal Trainer based out of NYC. He has been studying Martial Arts since age 3 in various styles but found his love in Hung Gar Kung fu and the Standing Grappling art of Baoding Shuai Chiao (Chinese Wrestling) which he continues to train and compete in on an international level. He is a student from the famous Shuai Chiao fighting lineage of Chang Tung Sheng, Master David Lin and his teacher Sifu Omar Harvin and also a student at the Renzo Gracie Academy in NYC.

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Shuaijiao fights China Heze Shandong men - 2018 (059)

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跤館閉館,獨闖京城學藝,十年攬獲26枚金牌 回鄉建館,偕師兄弟參賽,立志傳承保定快跤
摔跤吧,兄弟!

劉天勝在美國參賽獲得冠軍。
保定快跤傳人劉天勝和他的師兄弟們的故事,與電影《摔跤吧,爸爸》和《少林足球》的橋段頗為相似。1993年,劉天勝出生在保定的一個摔跤世家。當他開始學藝時,學徒日漸減少,直至跤館閉館。15歲那年,為了將摔跤技藝傳承下去,家人讓他獨闖京城等地學藝。10年間,他攬獲了26枚金牌。2017年9月,在師兄弟的鼓勵和建議下,他回到老家保定建跤館,與昔日的師兄弟們參賽奪冠,收徒傳藝,要讓保定快跤亮相全國……

15歲北漂,10年磨礪拿下26塊金牌
劉天勝和師兄弟們一起訓練。
和想像中不同,劉天勝不是“龐然大物”的魁梧體格,看上去與普通小伙兒一樣,直到他換上跤服,露出結實的腱子肉。說起摔跤的歷史,劉天勝興奮了起來。“京油子、衛嘴子、保定府的勾腿子,據傳,說的是明朝永樂年間興起的保定式快跤。摔跤分為國際式摔跤、中國式摔跤和民族式摔跤。保定快跤是中國式摔跤的一種摔法兒,顧名思義,保定快跤就是一個字——快。”
劉天勝的外公是保定國跤館的主教練。劉天勝6歲就進了保定國跤館,自打記事起就看著師兄們拉滑車、抖皮條、練基本功,耳濡目染,很快就入門了。“保定國跤館最鼎盛的時候有一二百人,館內館外都是練功的人。”當時,老一輩的教練們是不收學費的,只要你可以練夠一年。各種日常開銷也是自掏腰包,全憑對摔跤的喜歡。
從劉天勝的父輩開始,摔跤從全運會項目中取消,學摔跤的人越來越少,保定國跤館最終關門。劉天勝的父輩們為了養家糊口,不得不放下摔跤外出謀生。
劉天勝打小就被當成一個苗子在培養。保定國跤館閉館後,15歲那年,劉天勝就獨自到北京學藝闖蕩,又先後到湖北、河南、山西進行訓練,和當地的摔跤運動員互相交流,汲取不同地域摔跤的技術優勢,讓自己的技術更加全面。其間,他參加的大小比賽連他自己都記不太清有多少場。
10年間,劉天勝獲得的獎牌已經掛滿了半面牆,2009年全國青少年中國式摔跤48公斤級青年組冠軍、2014年全國中國式摔跤56公斤級冠軍、2015年全國中國式摔跤56公斤級冠軍、2015年中國式摔跤世錦賽56公斤級冠軍、2016年全國中國式摔跤大學生錦標賽60公斤級冠軍、2017年全國少數民族式摔跤比賽62公斤級冠軍、2017年美國舊金山首屆“世界杯”摔跤比賽60公斤級冠軍。“大概有26枚金牌吧。”劉天勝說。
“我的師兄弟們一直在建議、鼓勵我,把摔跤館建起來。這是我們的傳統項目,得傳承下去。”說起建保定天池摔跤格鬥訓練館的初衷,劉天勝如是說。
2017年9月,劉天勝開始著手建館,首先面臨的一個大難題就是資金。建館至少需要80萬元左右,他拿出了自己打比賽積攢下來的所有積蓄,但遠遠不夠。他的前輩和師兄弟們看到這種情況,主動都來搭把手,有錢的出錢,有裝備的出裝備。“現在我們館裡的跤衣、跤鞋,還有訓練裝備,都是師兄弟們贊助的。”劉天勝說,“內行看門道,外行看熱鬧。我們是齊著心想把保定快跤傳承發揚下去。”
在教練和師兄弟們的幫助下,2018年2月,保定天池摔跤格鬥訓練館正式建成。

一聲招呼,退役的師兄弟集合拿下全國冠軍
回鄉建館,把傳統項目傳承下去
“我就打了聲招呼,這些師兄弟們就都過來了。”劉天勝在收到“體彩杯”全國中國跤公開賽(2018年4月28日舉行)的參賽邀請後,鼓勵大家一起去參賽。當時,劉天勝的師兄弟們都處於退役狀態,有的上班,有的做生意,有的讀書。在劉天勝的招呼下,大家就聚在了一塊兒,放下手中的工作開始集訓,三個月後,他們自己開車去參加了比賽。
劉天勝告訴記者,本來沒想著拿名次,結果12個人去參加比賽,10個人都拿了獎項回來。不僅奪得團體冠軍,還包攬了65公斤級、70公斤級、75公斤級、82公斤級、90公斤級和100公斤級的冠軍,以及60公斤級、100公斤級的亞軍和82公斤級的季軍。
榮獲70公斤級冠軍的王鑫是劉天勝的師兄,之前在河北省摔跤隊練了三年多,退役之後,曾在事業單位任職,現在自己做生意,但摔跤一直沒放下。王鑫一聽到劉天勝召集大家伙兒去打比賽,立刻放下了手裡的事,全身心地投入到了訓練中。他在全國中國跤公開賽上連續打了三場挑戰賽和一場比賽,都勝出了。
“我們練摔跤的打小就有這麼一種感情,身體裡流著的也是摔跤人的血,想放下都不行。”劉天勝說。

一起努力,讓保定快跤再次打響全國
目前,在保定天池摔跤格鬥訓練館還未正式開館的情況下,已經有幾十人主動報名學習。學員當中,還有一位50多歲的醫學博士。劉天勝時不時會請全國各地的摔跤冠軍過來授課,讓學員們能夠接觸到各種形式的中國式摔跤。
劉天勝和師兄弟們也琢磨出了怎麼既能保證學員們不會受傷,又能又快又精地練好摔跤的方法。“摔跤技術也在不停地變化進步,現在不能還用以前那種練法兒了,我們這一代都是硬摔出來的,時代在變,我們也得跟上。”
將來如何把保定快跤傳承發揚出去?劉天勝說:“慢慢做吧,這也不是一天兩天能做成的事。”等保定天池摔跤格鬥訓練館正式開館了,能夠正常地運營起來,劉天勝打算舉辦一些摔跤比賽,表演、實戰都可以拿出來,讓更多人知道並且喜歡上保定快跤。
“保定快跤在這座古城是有根基的,就是堅持下來的人少。不過,我的師兄弟和教練們一起使勁兒,肯定能把保定快跤再次打響。”劉天勝對保定快跤的未來充滿了信心。
據悉,中國式摔跤現在已經是第二屆全國青年運動會的比賽項目。屆時,劉天勝會帶著館裡的學員們去參加比賽。“不只是青運會,如果中國式摔跤能夠順利進入下一屆全運會項目的話,那時我正好28歲,到時候一定參賽,把獎項拿下,讓咱們的保定快跤亮相全國,為咱們保定、河北爭光!”
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Shuaijiao 90 kg men final - National First Chinese Wrestling Competition

One Belt, One Road 2018 National First Chinese Wrestling Competition

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Wudangshan Gymnasium, Shiyan City, Hubei Province, December 8-10, 2018

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

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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 Chiao Demo at CSULB Tournament (next Seminar in November)

Combat Shuai Chiao Demonstration (Chinese Martial Art of grappling, take-down, throws) with Sifu Howard Lin and Elbert Tran
CSU Long Beach Tournament April 6th, 2019

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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
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- 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 Fight Heze China 030 - 2018

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interesting fight on International Invitation First Chinese Wrestling Competition One Belt, One Road, 2018

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