"Wushu" is the correct term for all Chinese martial arts therefore kung fu and wushu were originally the same. During the last thirty years, wushu in Mainland China was modernized so that there could be a universal standard for training and competing. In essence, much emphasis has been placed on speed, difficulty, and presentation. Consequently, wushu has become an athletic and aesthetic performance and competitive sport, while "kung fu" or traditional wushu remains the traditional fighting practice. Taijiquan is a major division of wushu, utilizing the bodies internal energy or "chi" and following the simple principle of "subduing the vigorous by the soft."

Competitive wushu is composed of two disciplines: taolu (forms) and sanda (sparring).Taolu involve martial art patterns and maneuvers for which competitors are judged and given points according to specific rules. The forms comprise basic movements (stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps, sweeps and throws) based on aggregate categories of traditional Chinese martial art styles and can be changed for competitions to highlight one's strengths. Competitive forms have time limits that can range from 1 minute, 20 seconds for some external styles to over five minutes for internal styles. Modern wushu competitors are increasingly training in aerial techniques such as 540 and 720 and even 900 degree jumps and kicks to add more difficulty and style to their forms.
Sanda (sometimes called sanshou or Lei tai) is a modern fighting method and sport influenced by traditional Chinese boxing, Chinese wrestling methods called Shuai jiao and other Chinese grappling techniques such as Chin Na. It has all the combat aspects of wushu. Sanda appears much like Kickboxing or Muay Thai, but includes many more grappling techniques. Sanda fighting competitions are often held alongside taolu or form competitions.


SANSHOU : Free combat - combination of Kick, Punches, Hold, Push & Throwing techniques under certain conditions and fixed rules.
There are six basic characteristics in WUSHU.
i)     Incorporation of toughness with softness for mental stability.
ii)    Co-ordination of internal and external (mind and body) activities.
iii)   The generation and control of qi or chi the internal energy.
iv)    Stressing inner energy.
v)     Continuous and uninterrupted movement of chi.
vi)    Correct and exact combat techniques.


TAOLU : Routine exercises - WUSHU routines, practiced either bare handed or with weapons, involving various combination of attack and defence, advance and retreat, dynamic and static state, quickness and slowness, toughness and softness, solidity and emptiness etc.
The bare handed exercises involved different type of forms including Tia-Chi which has proved its efficiency in treating chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, pulmonary tuber-colossis, heart disease, headache, backache and also helps in reducing fat.
The weapons exercises involved broad sword, short sword, spear, cudgel etc.  

The regular practice of WUSHU produce beneficial effects not only on the muscles and bodies but also on the nervous, respiratory and cardio vascular systems. That is why WUSHU is widely recommended as a effective means of keeping fit.
The Practical attacking and defending techniques of WUSHU can be employed effectively for Self-defense.
WUSHU is also a performing art and many WUSHU movements are incorporated into modern dance, dramas, the ballet and gymnastics.
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