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Wushu is a Chinese full-contact sport stemming from traditional Chinese Martial arts. It was developed in 1949 to standardize the traditional Chinese martial arts.
The word Wushu is comprised of characters “wu” meaning military or martial, and “shu” meaning art.
The International Wushu Federation (IWUF) made Wushu an international sport. They also conduct International Wushu championships every two years, which begun in the year 1991 in Beijing.
Competitive Wushu is broken up into two disciplines,
  • Taolu (Forms)
  • Sanda (Sparring)
Taolu and Sanda
Taolu typically involves more martial art patterns and maneuvers while the Sanda form has a stronger Chinese boxing influence.
Other Wushu Competitions,
  • Dual event (Duilian)
  • Group event (Jiti)
Duilian and Jiti
Duilian is a form of sparring with weapons, without weapons, or even using bare hands against weapons. While Jiti takes place in a large carpet which requires a group of people to perform together and coordination is crucial. Sometimes, Jiti is also accompanied by instrumental music.
Initially, the international wushu competitions used compulsory routines, while competitions in China used individual routines. Later in 2003, it was decided to opt for individual routines in international competition with “nandu” – (difficulty movements) scores. The inclusive of nandu scores had many controversies, but it was included just to progress the sport and improve physical quality of athletes.
Bare-handed Wushu Methods
  • ChangQuan (Long Fist)
  • NanQuan (Southern Fist)
  • TaiJiQuan (TaiJi Fist)
ChangQuan is a modernized long-range style derived from many other wushu styles. The main components are Speed, Power, Accuracy and Flexibility. It requires more practice and nandu points will be counted only if the nandu movements are made within 4 steps.
NanQuan is a wushu style originated in 1960 in South China. The major components are powerful athletic movements, intricate hand movements and stability. All nandu points will be counted only if the nandu movements are made within 4 steps.
TaiJiQuan is basically comprised of slow and relaxed movements. Meanwhile, it also involves difficult holds, balances, jumps and jump kicks. Modern competitive TaiJi requires, good balance, power, and flexibility, which is less difficult when compared to the traditional form.
Short Weapons
  • A dao
  • Nandao
  • Jian
  • TaiJiJian
A dao
Dao means curved, one-sided sword. This is the ChangQuan method of using a medium-sized willow-leaf-shaped dao.
Nandao refers to the curved sword used in NanQuan method. It was created in 1992, based on the butterfly swords of a well-known Southern style, but the blade has been lengthened for Wushu.
Jian means double-edged straight sword. This is also a ChangQuan method of using the weapon.
This is a sword that is used, based on the traditional TaiJiQuan form.
Long Weapons
  • Gun
  • Nangun
  • Qiang
Gun is a long weapon equal to the height of a person standing upright, which is made of white wax wood. This is the ChangQuan method of using the weapon.
Nangun was created in 1992, especially for the NanQuan method. It was mainly created to accomplish the basic techniques such as, bow stance, empty stance, dragon riding stance, etc.
Qiang means flexible spear with red horsehair attached to the spearhead. This is also a ChangQuan method of using the weapon.