Professional guidance for martial arts Sanda: General Principal and Coach of Beijing Shaolin Martial Arts School: Fu Biao
Professional demonstration of martial arts sanda: Outstanding students of the sanda team at Beijing Shaolin Martial Arts School: Wang Yalei, Zhang Cheng, Ma Haixing, Zhu Yusong
Coach: Yu Zhongsen
Photographer: Fu Lei
Skill training is a unique form of practice in Sanshou, which integrates physical fitness such as strength, speed, and flexibility, with the main purpose of improving hitting strength and resistance ability as a specialized training method. The traditional martial arts and various boxing schools in our country have provided us with a large amount of training materials in terms of martial arts training. Here, we only aim to participate in competitions, combine Sanshou techniques for training, and introduce some martial arts methods.
Sandbagging is a commonly used practice method for Sanshou athletes to enhance their hitting power. It has a very significant effect on improving athletes’ punching and leg strength. The practice method can use any technique of Sanshou to hit the sandbag.
Figure 1 (Back Straight Fist Practice)
Figure 2 (Front Swing Fist Practice)
Figure 3 (Back Swing Fist Practice)
Figure 4 (Left Whip Leg Exercise)
Figure 5 (Right Whip Leg Exercise)
Figure 6 (Left Kick Exercise)
(1) Use boxing techniques such as left and right straight punches, left and right swing punches, hook punches, and reverse back punches to hit the sandbag heavily.
(2) Use leg techniques such as forward kicking, lateral bouncing, back swinging, and side kicking to hit the sandbag heavily.
2、 Hit leg and fist targets
The training method is the same as above.
Figure 7 (Front Straight Fist Practice)
Figure 8 (Back Straight Fist Practice)
Figure 9 (Front Swing Fist Practice)
Figure 10 (Back Swing Fist Practice)
Figure 11 (Right Whiplash Leg Shooting)
Figure 12 (Left Kicking Target)
Important point: Before applying force, do not perform any pre swing movements. For example, in order to strike hard, extend the working distance, etc.