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The Lei Tai has a proud tradition spanning back to the dawn of Chinese history. In ancient times, the Lei Tai was the platform on which the very best martial artists fought duels – sometimes to the death. Today, the modern Lei Tai maintains the tradition of two fighters on a raised platform with rules that allow the use of: Ti Kicking; Da Striking; Shuai Grappling and Throwing; and Na Seizing.

Over the years, from the first tournaments organised by the International Chinese Kuoshu Federation in the 1950s to the most recent tournaments organised by the The World Kuoshu Federation, the Lei Tai has maintained an amateur status. Today, in the United Kingdom, Pro Kuo Shu (PKS) in association with the Chinese Kuoshu Institue (CKI) will take the Lei Tai onto the professional stage. And, in a return, to the ancient tradition, only the very best martial artists will have the privilege of fighting on the Professional Lei Tai.

For more information please visit: Lei Tai on Wikipedia

  • Pro KuoShu sparring images
  • Pro KuoShu sparring images