Wushu Training Camp

Coach Ren Gang from China visits Wayland Li Wushu

In July 2019, Wayland Li Wushu was honoured to welcome Coach Ren Gang (任刚老师) who visited our school from China. Coach Ren is a former national champion in China and was a member of the Sichuan Wushu Team during the 70s and 80s. Today, he holds numerous roles within the China Wushu Association and Sichuan Wushu programs.

Coach Ren spent time with our students to improve their training during our summer camp. He also taught his traditional Tongbeiquan form.

Thank you to Coach Ren and his wife for spending time with us, and we hope our students will remember his important coaching.

Jia you!

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Coach Ren Gang background

Senior coach and has attained the 8th degree duan rank in Chinese martial arts

In 1972, he began to practice martial arts in the Chengdu Institute of Physical Education, and in 1979, he was elected as the representative of the Fourth People's Congress of Sichuan Province.

From 1981 to 1985, he won the national championship of the back-to-back boxing for five consecutive years, and was hailed as the "through-arm fist"

He was awarded the title of “Top Ten” athletes in Sichuan Province in 1983, 1984, 1984, 1986 and 1991, and was awarded the National Sports Medal (Level 3) by the State Sports Commission for four times.

In December 1995, he was awarded the National Wushu Sports Management Center and the Chinese Wushu Association. The title and certificate of “Contemporary Chinese Wulin Baijie” was awarded.

In 1997, he was appointed as the head coach of the National Wushu Team. In the same year, he was awarded the National Sports Honor Medal by the State Sports General Administration.

In 2008, he was awarded the National Sports Honor Medal by the State Sports General Administration.

In December 2001, he served as the vice chairman of the Sichuan Wushu Association; in 2001, he won the first class of the provincial government.

In 2002, he served as the head coach of the National Wushu Team

In April 2003, he served as the deputy director of the Sichuan Health Qigong Management Center; succeeded the vice chairman of the Provincial Wushu Association.

In December 2006, he served as the deputy director of the Sichuan Provincial Wushu Sports Management Center. He has trained two world champions, four Asian champions and fifteen national champions. He published and published the martial art monograph "China Tongquan Boxing" and several martial arts thesis.

In 2001, he participated in the national comprehensive national coaching post training class, obtained the job training certificate, and was rated as outstanding student.

In March 2010, he served as director of the Sichuan Provincial Wushu Sports Management Center.

In February 2010, he was re-elected as a member of the Chinese Wushu Association.


任刚简历:

高级教练;中国武术八段;运动健将。

1972年在成都体院开始习武;1979年当选四川省第四届人民代表大会代表;1981年至1985年连续五年夺得全国通背拳冠军,被誉为“通臂拳魁”;1983年获四川省“十佳”运动员称号;1983年、1984、1986、1991年四次获得国家体委颁发的国家体育运动奖章(三级);1995年12月获国家武术运动管理中心、中国武术协会颁发授予的“当代中华武林百杰”称号及证书。

1997年任国家武术队主教练,同年获国家体育总局授予的体育最高奖励“国家体育运动荣誉奖章”一枚;2008再次获得国家体育总局授予的“国家体育运动荣誉奖章”一枚。2001年12月任四川省武术协会副主席;2001年荣立省政府一等功;2002年任国家武术队主教练;2003年4月任四川省健身气功管理中心副主任;继任省武协副主席;2006年12月任四川省武术运动管理中心副主任。

培养了世界冠军二人,亚洲冠军四人,全国冠军十五人。出版发行了武术专著《中国通臂拳》及多篇武术论文。

2001年参加全国综合性国家级教练员岗位培训班学习,获岗位培训合格证书,评为优秀学员。2010年3月任四川省武术运动管理中心主任。

2010年2月再次当选中国武术恊会委员。

2017 March Break Training Camp

Congratulations to all of our athletes, both new and experienced, on a successful March Break training camp. The hours were long and intense, but hard work pays off.

In addition to the long hours put in by our students, a big thank you to the parents for making camp possible with extra driving time on workdays.

And of course, a huge thank you to Shifu and Shimu for all the effort they put into planning and delivering the training experience.

Jia you!