Jackie Chan’s Kung Fu is at a high level in the film and television industry. Jackie Chan is not a professional martial arts athlete, nor is he honoured by fighting competitions. He is the favorite of the world audiences welcomed by action movies. Some netizens deny Jackie Chan’s kung fu, thinking that he is embroidering his legs. This is a layman’s view. Jackie Chan has practiced the basics of martial arts in drama classes for ten years. This is the same as the practice of ordinary martial arts routine athletes, and even more difficult than routine athletes. This kind of start is the same as Jet Li, Zhao Wenzhuo, and Wu Jing, but their development stays at this stage, the realm of self-improvement. For real fighters, the second stage is unrestricted confrontation training with others, and the research is on opponents, which are real blows. In drama, there is a kind of kung fu called blanket kung fu; it generally refers to the basic kung fu that trains actors to master and use various skills (ie somersaults, or jindou). Because all kinds of somersaults and jumps cannot exceed the range of the stage blanket during the performance; the practice is done on the blanket to avoid injury, so it is called the blanket work. Taking Peking Opera as an example, it roughly includes: ① Basic skills, such as topping, lower waist, front bridge, back bridge, tiger jump, stomping, stomping, etc. ②Single somersault, also called short somersault, includes single short turn, single forward flutter, single lift, single manzi, single penis, single cloud lijiaguan, single fold waist and so on. ③Long somersault, also known as big somersault, is a combination of two or more somersaults and those who complete the run-up. ④ Table work, refers to somersaults off the table, over the table, put on the table, etc. ⑤Bouncing skill, this is a project that has been absorbed and evolved from acrobatics and sports in recent years, such as springboard forward, high platform springboard and so on. ⑥The soft blanket skills belong to the fall category, including back grabbing, hanging hair, front and back zombies, tiger jumping, etc. The blanket performance requirements are high, light, floating and accurate. These kung fu are not inferior to martial arts routines at all, but their movements are not too strong and demanding that they are elegant and beautiful. Moreover, Jackie Chan’s mental quality and wisdom are both very high. These are important references if you consider fighting. After Jackie Chan failed to imitate Bruce Lee in the early days, he found his own style, exaggerated expressions, humorous body movements and juggling movements, adventurous and difficult challenges, these ordinary athletes are no match for them.