What is Wushu?

Wushu (武术), as practiced at UCI, is a non-contact, chinese martial arts, emphasizing on coordination and performance. Wushu, meaning "martial arts", represents a collection of all chinese martial arts, but often, the term is used to refer to the the more-modern styles of it's traditional counterpart, Kung Fu.

At it's core, Wushu atheletes focus on improving their physical health and performance. But on a higher level, UC Wushu atheletes build a sense of community and sportsmanship across most of the University of California Campuses.

Noteable wushu athletes, such as Jet Li, have starred in various martial arts movies across the world. The style of wushu has also been used as the basis for the martial arts used in popular movies/series such as Kung Fu Panda, Ip Man, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Practice Times

Practices welcome all wushu athletes, new and old, and are held three times a week at UCI's ARC facility:

Monday: 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM in the Physical Forum

Wednesday: 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM in the Physical Forum

Saturday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM in the Sports Studio

If you are interested in trying Wushu at UCI, stop by at any one of the practices. Your first class is absolutely free-to-try, and all you need is something comfortable to work out in, and a friendly attitude.

Meet the Officers
Amelia Chen Club Treasurer:
Danny Be
Philip Hwang External Vice President:
Chris Gomez
Philip Hwang Club President:
Philip Hwang
Alex Luu Internal Vice President:
Varun Singh
Kimberly Gomez Club Secretary:
Kimberly Gomez
Club Constitution

The Wushu Club at UCI takes our club and its members very seriously. As such, all of our officers strictly adhere to our club constitution, for the well-being of both our members and our club.

You can find the club constitution here.