Welcome to Francis Academic Press

International Journal of Frontiers in Medicine, 2020, 2(2); doi: 10.25236/IJFM.2020.020206.

Research Status and Path Exploration of Wushu Health Education in Ordinary Colleges and Universities


Haiyan Mao1,* and Zhong Cai1

Corresponding Author:
Haiyan Mao

1 School of Sports and Health, Tianshui Normal University, Tianshui 741000, China
*Corresponding author e-mail:[email protected]


Wushu health education is the value of inheriting excellent culture. The systematic development of school Wushu is related to the inheritance and development of Chinese excellent traditional culture, and it is also an important means of local ethnic culture education and communication. Ordinary colleges and universities are the mainstay of inheriting national culture. Changing and implementing the traditional cultural education status must strengthen the scientific development concept of school Wushu in the field of education. This article uses literature data method, logical analysis method and other research methods to analyze the research status of Wushu health education in ordinary colleges and universities, follow the "health first" thought as the fundamental follow, and adopt the new "National Physical Education Curriculum Teaching in Colleges and Universities" promulgated by the Ministry of Education. Based on the spirit of "Guidelines" and "Standards for Physical Fitness of College Students", the new system of Wushu teaching in ordinary colleges and universities is discussed through the important role of Wushu in physical education in ordinary colleges and universities. To achieve the health promotion of school physical education, highlight the role of school physical education in the development of student personality, and to achieve the purpose of school physical education to promote students' scientific self-exercise.


Wushu, health education, general colleges and universities

Cite This Paper

Haiyan Mao and Zhong Cai. Research Status and Path Exploration of Wushu Health Education in Ordinary Colleges and Universities. International Journal of Frontiers in Medicine (2020), Vol. 2, Issue 2: 49-57. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFM.2020.020206.


[1] Ni Jinfu, Wang Xiaodong. Research on Wushu courses in general colleges and universities [J]. Journal of Anhui University of Technology, 2014 (5): 146-147.
[2] Yang Jianying. Analysis of Wushu classification and development [J]. Journal of Beijing Sport University, 2005 (1): 139-141.
[3] Wang Jianhua, Zhou Qingjie. Research on the status quo and development strategies of Wushu public class teaching in common colleges and universities [J]. Journal of Shenyang Physical Education Institute, 2004 (2): 239-241.
[4] Guan Luohong, Cheng Zhengtao. On the inheritance and innovation of traditional Wushu culture in the process of Wushu teaching [J]. Journal of Yibin University, 2007 (6): 99-102.
[5] Yan Jun, Zhong Yawei. On the supplementary effect of "Wuhua Education" on school physical education [J]. Journal of Hebei Institute of Physical Education, 2020 (2): 90-96.
[6] Wang Dengfeng. Promoting the prosperity of the National Games and the inheritance of the national pulse with martial arts education in the school [J]. Journal of Shanghai Institute of Physical Education, 2017 (2): 71.