USAWKF Coaches Course Certification SeriesAddress: Wushu Unlimited, Monrovia, CA
Beginning Date: November 8, 2019
End Date: November 8, 2019
The United States of America Wushu Kungfu Federation (USAWKF) in an effort to provide the latest IWUF compliant technical information for the American Wushu community is starting to provide coaching courses on various aspects of wushu instruction to help American wushu coaches learn more about the technical aspects of competitive wushu sports both in Sanda and Taolu. The goal is to provide information to broaden the horizons of the American coaching community so American athletes have the opportunity to learn the most current rules, regulations under the best teaching methods available.
Coaching the IWUF 1st Compulsory Routines - Changquan, Jianshu & Qiangshu
|Instruction Time||6 hours|
|Meals:||lunch is included in the course fee|
|Location|| Wushu Unlimited in Monrovia, CA|
236 W Maple Ave, Monrovia, CA
|Date||Friday, November 8, 2019 9AM-12PM & 1:30PM-4:30PM|
The first series of IWUF Compulsory Routines are the only forms allowed for the Group B age category (12-14 years old) at the 8th World Junior Wushu Championships (WJWC) to be held in Morocco scheduled for Q4 2020. This will be the first time Group B will be 12-14 as it was previously 13-15. In addition, the new 2019 IWUF Taolu Regulations will be implemented for the first time at the 8th WJWC.
With all of these technical changes happening next year, we have invited the highest ranking technical judge on the continent to teach a coaching course on the three most technically challenging compulsory routines; Changquan (Long Fist), Jianshu (Straight Sword) & Qiangshu (Spear). The focus of the course will be how to correctly teach these routines to comply with the 2019 IWUF regulations. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a USAWKF National Coaching Certificate.
Participants are welcome to bring their own swords and spears if they want to use weapons that specifically fit them or there will be some swords and spears of various sizes to borrow.
Familiarity with the Routines
As this is a coaching course rather than an athlete course, the focus of the course will be how to teach these routines rather than teaching the routines themselves. The participants of this course must already be familiar with the 3 routines prior to taking the course. Below are some online resources to review the routines:
- Changquan: https://youtu.be/CrO5BPUnCqw
- Jianshu: https://youtu.be/Y2ePL-5moJA
- Qiangshu: https://youtu.be/Ri35LBU1H0M
About the Instructor
Lu Xiaolin is a member of the International Wushu Federation (IWUF) Technical Committee, the Chairwoman of both the Pan American Wushu Federation (PAWF) Technical Committee and USAWKF Technical Committee in addition to being Vice President of the USAWKF for Contemporary Wushu. She has been the Chief Referee, Assistant Chief Referee, Routine Inspector or Chief Juror of Appeals for every type of IWUF, PAWF and USAWKF major competition. She is also the head coach of the O-mei Wushu Kung Fu Center in Fairfax, Virginia, which over its storied history, has had more athletes qualify for the USA National Wushu Team than any other school in the country.
Coaching Sanda Basics and Training Techniques for Taolu Coaches
|Instruction Time||3 hours|
|Location||Arcadia High School Gymnasium in Arcadia, CA|
|Date||Friday, November 8, 2019 6:30PM-9:30PM|
|Cost||$369 (includes 2 IWUF certified Sanda kicking pads per participant, a $90 value)|
Requirements: Each participant must have their own hand wraps and 10-16 ounce boxing gloves. Participants may either bring their own or order a set when they register for the course.
Contemporary Wushu is divided into two disciplines; Taolu (routines) and Sanda (fighting). But typically, the disciplines are seldom cross trained with most schools just teaching one or the other. This course is designed to change that by giving Taolu coaches the tools they need to teach Sanda.
Over the course of the three hour seminar, Taolu coaches will be taught Sanda training methods, how to put on gloves and hold pads, warm up and cool down athletes, striking drills, take downs, take down defenses and everything necessary to introduce Sanda into a Taolu training curriculum. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a USAWKF National Coaching Certificate.
About the Instructor
Ian Lee is an International Wushu Federation (IWUF) Certified Sanda Judge, the Secretary-General of the Pan American Wushu Federation (PAWF) and the USAWKF Vice President of Sanda. He has been the USA National Sanda Coach for every type of IWUF and PAWF Sanda event including the World Wushu Championships. He is also the head coach of United Martial Arts with 2 locations in Lubbock, Texas and a franchise location in Mesa, Arizona.
USAWKF Coaches Special
If a Coach with a current USAWKF membership signs up for both courses, they will get a special rate of $668, a $100 discount.
For more information or to register for either or both of these courses please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org