Chinese National Level Senior Wushu Coach Chinese National Rating: 88th Dan
Since childhood, he was a disciples of Master Ma Yongkui, who was a coach of the pre-communist Shandong Martial Arts Academy master. Li learned Chaquan, weapons and Chinese wrestling from master Ma. 1964. He was selected into the Jinan Martial Arts Team. He studied from Grandmaster Yu Chenghui. He studied Praying Mantis, Sunbinquan, Drunken Sword, Double-handed Sword, Chuanlin Spear and government Wushu forms. 1974. He became a disciple of Grandmaster Hong Junsheng, 18th generation grandmaster of Chen Style Taijiquan. He studied the forms, push hands and weapons. During this period of time, he visited over 20 famous martial artists all over China and learned a great deal from them. 1974. Martial Arts coach of the Li Cheng Physical Education Committee of Jinan City. Principle of the Martial arts school. 1983. President andCoach of the Jinan Martial Arts Academy. 1998. Director and Coach of the Shandong Taiji Shangwu Martial Arts Club.
Since the beginning of 1970s, he won many gold medals in Shandong Provincial Martial Arts competitions. He also won first place in traditional forms. 1980. Gold medal at the National Traditional Martial Arts Competition. 1981. Gold medal at the National Traditional Martial Arts Competition. 1991. All Around Champion and three gold medals at the Jinan International Traditional Wushu Competition. Since the start of his teaching career, his students won over 50 gold medals in Shandong Provincial Competitions. Since 1984. Produced 15 National Champions in National Championships, Taijiquan , Sword, and Push Hands competitions. Received a total of 150 medals including 50 gold medals. Sent one student (Huang Kanghui) to Beijing University of Physical Education, one student (Xie Xielei) to Shanghai University of Physical Education. Both are now lecturers at their universities.
Chinese Culture and Wushu Analysis of Taijiquan Pushhands Techniques Essay on: Comparative Study of Boxing and Taijiquan Pushhands Chinese Taijiquan Push Hands. This book was written on behalf of the Chinese Martial Arts Institute. 36 Chin Na. This is a VCD produced on behalf of the Chinese Martial Arts Institute. 1982 starred as Cao Zheng and Xue Yong in the TV series “Water Margins” This series won gold medal in national TV series of the year.
Since 1983, he taught in Japan over 10 timeLi Enjiu Chinese National Level Senior Wushu Coach Chinese National Rating: 8th Dan
In recent years, he has acted as Chief Judge and deputy Chief Judge in National Competitions. 1993 Appointed Senior Master of the Chinese National Martial Arts Institute. Senior Master of the Chinese Wushu Training Center. Nationally Appointed Judge. Deputy Secretary-general of the Shandong Provincial Martial Arts Association. Advisor of the Shandong Provincial Universities Association of Martial Arts. Vice Chairman and secretary-general of the Jinan Municipal Martial Arts Association.