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亚新官网入口(中国)科技公司中国武术学院简介

亚新官网入口(中国)科技公司中国武术学院的前身武术系创建于1958年8月,2018年12月更名为中国武术学院(中华民族传统体育研究院),一个机构两个牌子。学院下设四个教研室:武术套路教研室、武术散打教研室、体育养生教研室(导引养生功中心)、民族民间体育教研室,四个研究中心和一个实验室:武术文化研究中心、武术训练竞赛研究中心、国际武术发展研究中心、传统运动康养研究中心和传统养生功法运动干预实验室,两个基地:国家体育总局龙狮培训基地及国家体育总局武术科学研究基地。学院现有专职教师38名,其中教授10名,副教授12名,博士生导师5名,国际级裁判8名,国家级裁判13名。现有学生781人,其中本科生591人,研究生190人(其中博士生23人,留学生13人)。

1953年亚新官网入口(中国)科技公司(原中央体育学院)建校初,“武术泰斗”张文广先生开始组建武术师资队伍并进行教学、训练、科研工作。随着武术专业、学科建设的不断深入和国家需求,1958年8月学校建立武术系, 1963年招收首届武术理论与方法专业方向的研究生,张文广先生成为中国首位武术研究生导师。上个世纪七十年代,张广德教授创编了导引养生功,并于1992年获国家体育科学技术进步奖,1996年被国家确定为首批全民健身计划推广项目,现已传播到世界近70个国家和地区。在上世纪八十年代,门惠丰教授组织教师对少林武术进行挖掘整理少林武术精华创编出《少林武术教材》,在本世纪初的泰山迎着第一缕阳光演练的原创“东岳太极拳”为世界人民奉献了太极运动的智慧。

学院成立六十年来,套路教研室深挖传统武术,广掘文化内涵,不断继承创新,优化专业结构,完善课程设置,规范教材建设,逐步建立起符合现代社会需求、德才兼备的人才培养目标要求,适应现代化和国际化发展需要,引领武术发展方向的学科体系;散打教研室在以散打为主体课程的基础上,积极拓展专业方向,先后开设了全面反映武术格斗徒手以及器械搏击的“武术格斗”课程,全面反映武术踢打摔拿的综合格斗课程,面向大众的“自卫防身术课程”以及反映武术器械搏击的“短兵”课程,形成了相对完善的课程体系;体育养生教研室致力于导引、健身气功、养生太极的教学、科研和推广为主的学科研究,在传播传统文化、促进民众健康和推动健身产业发展中发挥了重要作用,创研的“健身气功·八段锦”、“健身气功·十二段锦”、“健身气功·导引养生功十二法”、“健身气功强心运动处方的研究”、“乾隆养生术科普教材的研制”等功法,在国内外体育养生界具有较高的声誉和重要影响;民族民间体育教研室致力于民族文化学、民俗学、传统道德理论和现代教育理念相融合,从民族民间体育项目的挖掘整理入手,探究原生态民族民间体育,做好中国体育非物质文化遗产保护工作,已出版教材26部,主持参与完成了国家级重点科研项目12项,并科研获奖12项。目前,学院承担着武术与民族传统体育专业本科生、硕士生、博士生、高水平运动员和留学生多层次高素质复合型精英人才的培养任务。

学院成立六十年来,始终以传承武术文化,弘扬民族精神为己任,先后参与国家组织的武术套路、散打竞赛规则的制定,武术长拳、太极拳竞赛套路的创编、武术散打运动技术理论体系的建立,中国武术段位制、中国武术馆校教材编写等工作,圆满完成了国家多项武术科研任务,为中国武术的继承、发展与传播做出了突出的贡献;上个世纪八十年代,学院立足国内,面向世界,全面推进民族传统体育国际间的文化交流,已成功举办了十三届亚新官网入口(中国)科技公司国际武术比赛交流大会和十四届导引养生功国际比赛,先后培养长、短期国际留学生近千余人;六十年来,学院教师先后出访80多个国家和地区进行武术教学训练、国际比赛执裁、学术讲座交流和健身气功推广等工作;师生多次跟随习近平总书记等党和国家领导人出访,为到访的外国领导人进行武术表演,展示中华武术独有魅力,弘扬中华传统优秀文化;2018年,民族传统体育运动项目代表队在国际、国内比赛中共获得金牌73枚,其中世界比赛金牌16枚。

在新的历史时期,学院坚定以中国特色社会主义理想信念为理论指导,结合学校“三个转型”的综合改革,秉承“传承弘扬,创新分享”,以“国际化、竞技化、现代化、大众化、科学化”发展为目标,以人才培养为根本,以教师教育教学科研训练质量为核心,推进专业学科内涵式发展,做到“文武兼备,术道并重”,为实现中华民族强国梦、健康梦的目标,培养具有历史使命感的中华民族优秀传统体育人才!



Introduction to China Wushu School
(Research Institute of Traditional Chinese Sports)

Originally known as the Wushu Department, China Wushu School (CWS)was founded in August 1958, and was renamed China Wushu School in December 2018. It includes four teaching and research sections, i.e. Taolu, Sanda, Chinese Traditional Sport Health Preservation, National and folk sports; four research centers, i.e. center of Wushu Culture Research, Wushu Training and Competition Research, International Wushu Development Research and Sports Rehabilitation Research and one laboratory, i.e., Exercise Intervention Laboratory of traditional health-preserving method; two training bases, i.e. Dragon & Lion Dance Training Base of General Administration of Sport of China(GASA),Wushu Scientific Research Base of GASA. There are 38 full-time faculty members including 10 professors, 12 associate professors, 5 doctoral supervisors, 8 international referees, and 13 national referees. In addition, there are 781 students, including 591 undergraduates and 190 postgraduates (23 doctoral students and 13 international students).

Traditional Chinese Sports is a national key discipline. In 2019, Wushu and Traditional Chinese Sports was listed as a first-class undergraduate major. In the same year, the Research Institute of Traditional Chinese Sports i.e. China Wushu School was officially included in Chinese Think Tank Index (CTTI).

In the wake of the founding of BSU, Zhang Wenguang, the great master of Wushu, formed a team of teachers for Wushu training and scientific research in 1953. With the continuous development of Wushu specialty and discipline, BSU set up the Wushu Department according to the national requirements in August 1958, and enrolled the first batch of graduate students majoring in Wushu Theory and Methods. Zhang Wenguang became the first master degree students supervisor of Wushu in China. Professor Zhang Guangde created “Daoyin Yangshenggong” in the 1970s, and won the National Sports Science and Technology Progress Award in 1992. In 1996, “Daoyin Yangshenggong” was identified by the state as one of the first national fitness program promotion projects. Now it has been spread to nearly 70 countries and regions around the world. In the 1980s, together with a cohort of his colleagues, Professor Men Huifeng wrote the Shaolin Wushu textbook, which crystallized the essence of Shaolin Wushu. The original “Mount Tai Tai-Chi” that Professor Men performed on a sunny morning on Mount Tai  was a great demonstration Tai-Chi to the world.

Over sixty years since the founding of China Wushu School, the Teaching and Research Section of Taolu has been digging into traditional Wushu and its cultural connotations while keeping on innovating and optimizing its programs, curriculum development as well as teaching materials in order to bring the discipline of Wushu to the highest level possible. Our graduates are equipped with both Wushu competence and moral integrity. With Sanda as the main course, the Teaching and Research Section of Wushu Sanda actively expands the specialty direction with successive “Wushu Combat” courses that fully reflect the unarmed and armed fighting in the Wushu combats. The “Mixed Martial Arts” course combines various techniques of martial arts, and the “Self-defense” course is tailored for the general public, and the “Short Weapons” course is on armed fighting in martial arts. These 3 courses constitutes an all-round curriculum. The Teaching and Research Section of Sports and Health Preservation has committed itself to the disciplinary research on teaching, scientific research and promotion of Daoyin Qigong, Health Qigong and Health Preservation Tai Chi, which plays an important role in promoting traditional culture, improving people’s health and advancing the development of the fitness industry. Having developed a series of Qigong such as “Health Qigong-Ba Duan Jin”, “Health Qigong-Shi Er Duan Jin”, “Health Qigong-Twelve Methods of Daoyin Yangshenggong”, “Research on Cardio Exercise Prescription of Health Qigong”, and “Development of Popular Science Textbook on Health Preservation of Emperor Qianlong”, the Section of Sports and Health Preservation enjoys a great reputation in the field of sports and health preservation both home and abroad. The Teaching and Research Section of National Folk Sports has committed itself to the integration of ethnic culture, folklore, traditional moral theories combined with modern educational concepts, and digged into the original ecological traditional Chinese sports to protect the intangible cultural heritage of traditional Chinese sports. Faculty of the section have published 26 textbooks, presided over or participated in 12 national key scientific research projects, and won 12 scientific research awards. Currently, China Wushu School has been taking the responsibility of training multi-level and high-quality versatile elite talents including undergraduates, postgraduates, high-level athletes and international students majoring in Wushu and Traditional Chinese Sports.

Sixty years since its establishment, China Wushu School has always been inheriting the Wushu culture and carrying forward the national spirit. It has played a vital role in the formulation of Taolu and Sanda competition rules at the national level , the creation of Wushu Changquan (long boxing) and Tai Chi Tournament, the creation of technological and theoretical system of Wushu Sanda sports, the establishment of rank system of Chinese martial arts and the compilation of Chinese martial arts school textbooks. It has also completed a number of national martial arts research projects and making outstanding contributions to the inheritance, development and publicity of Chinese Martial Arts. In the 1980s, China Wushu School promoted the international cultural exchanges of traditional Chinese sports both home and abroad. It successfully held the 13th International Wushu Exchange Competition (held at BSU) and the 14th International Competition of Daoyin Yangshenggong. Nearly 1,000 international students (long-term and short-term) have been cultivated successively. The faculty members of China Wushu School have visited more than 80 countries and regions in the past sixty years for martial arts teaching and training, international competition officiating, academic lecture and promotion of Health Qigong. It is a great honor for teachers and students to have been part of President Xi Jinping’s delegation for martial arts performances during his state vists. They also performed for visiting foreign leaders demonstrating the unique feature of Chinese Martial Arts. In 2018, on behalf of CWS, participants won 79 gold medals, 48 silver medals and 26 bronze medals.in 17 international and domestic competitions.

At the dawn of a new era , CWS firmly takes the ideal and faith of socialism with Chinese characteristics as its theoretical guidance, adheres  “Traditional culture inheritance and promotion”& “Innovation and sharing” in combination with the BSU comprehensive reform of “three transformations”(from experience-based to more technology-driven sports university; from summer sports focused to summer and winter balanced sports university; from natively focused to internationally oriented sports university); promotes the connotative development of professional disciplines with the goal of “internationalization,,more competition, modernization, popularization and scientification”, the foundation of talents cultivation, and the core of high-quality combination of teaching, scientific research and training, insisting on “cultivating students competent both intellectually and physically”. Consequently, in order to achieve the great Chinese dream of a powerful and healthy nation, all members of CWS will work jointly to contribute to cultivating students with a strong sense of mission of carrying on grand traditional Chinese sports culture.