Our instructors are highly qualified in their respective sport. Most of our judo instructors
were elite athletes from the Beijing judo team or the China national team. Head instructor
Yang Li also worked as the head judo coach to the Beijing women's judo team. Our philosophy
is to make judo more accessible to amateur participants who are outside the
professional sport system; to
teach the philosophy of judo, help children to achieve more self-discipline, confidence,
respect, make them more skilled and become stronger physically and mentally. For adults judo can still be a very useful
self-defense martial art, as well as a great way to stay in shape. Those who
want to focus on competition, our instructors can offer their wealth of
experience as well as highly skilled training partners.
A brief interview with sensei Yang Li
Yang Li (李杨), founder and head instructor - began training judo in 1996 and is a graduate of Beijing Sport
University. He was a two-time national champion at -66kg at the China
National Championships, in 2006 and 2008. He has also won a
bronze medal at the 2007 East Asian Games and a silver medal at the 2009 World Cup in Appia, Samoa, at -66kg.
From 2015 to 2017 he was the head coach for Beijing women's judo team at Beijing Sport
School in Mu Xu Yuan. Currently he is the assistant coach for Beijing men's judo team.
He is a yodan (4th degree) black belt in judo.
In addition, he was quickly promoted to brown belt in Ju-jutsu / Jiu-jitsu (Brazilian) and won the
2017 Shanghai Asian Open Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Championships in -70kg master's division.
Fan Wang (王返) - began training judo in 1999. He graduated from Beijing Sport
University. He was a former member of the national team of China and an
elite athlete. He was the champion of 2006 China National Club Cup at -66kg; 2009 National
Championships champion at -66kg; and the -66kg championship at the 2010 National University Judo Championships.
He also took third place at the 2005 Chinese Wrestling Championships at -74kg.
He is a sandan (3rd degree) black belt in judo.
Yong Ren (任永) - began training as an adult under the tutelage of sensei Fan Wang
and Yang Li in 2010. He is a shodan (first degree black belt). Despite starting
judo at the age of 35, he achieved a gold medal in -85kg at the 2013 Beijing Xi Gao Cup
and a bronze medal at the 2015 Beijing Sport Games Judo team tournament. He is a father of two and
While not working as a sales manager for 3M, he often assists to teach the
children's judo classes.
Juan Qi (齐娟) - Currently a student at the Beijing Sport University. She won
the 2014 National University Judo Championships at -52kg, and was the 2013
junior national champion at -52kg. She also won five consequetive years from
2008 to 2012 Shang Xi Provincial Championships at -52kg.
Lian Shu Zhang (张连树) - Former elite-A member of the Beijing judo team, he
won at -66kg the 2010 National Cadet judo championships. Later he won the
2014 National Junior Judo Championship at the same weight. In 2015 he became
the -66kg champion at the National University Games.
Hao Ding (丁昊) - Former elite-A member of the Beijing judo team, he won the
2010 National Junior Judo Championships and the 2014 National University
Games at 60kg. He is the children's judo class and adult's strength and