Under the supervision of these charismatic leaders, Chinwoo Athletic Association endeavoured to promote Chinese martial arts. They embarked on establishing a more systematic curriculum by categorizing routines into different levels for learning and assessing purpose. They also stipulated a fix curriculum for beginners by consolidating ten fundamental routines which they deemed were extremely useful for students to master the most fundamental techniques of martial arts. These ten routines are Tantui, Gongliquan, Jietantui, Baguadao, Dazhanquan, Quanyanggun, Jiequan, Wuhuqiang, Taoquan and Dandaochuanqiang. Tantui helps to build the kungfu foundation. Gongliquan and Dazhan help to increase muscular power while Jiequan improves the respiratory capacity. Jietantui enhances the anti-combating ability and Taoquan practices the seizing and grappling technique. Wuhuqiang has comprehensively covered most of the important spear techniques. Baguadao consolidates the most useful broadsword techniques, supplemented with fast steps and body movements. Quanyanggun, being one of the best staff routines in northern district, uses the whole length of the staff and a large variety of techniques to attack the enemy at any possible directions. Dandaochuanqiang is a partner work routine which helps to train the dexterity of body movements and weapons combating techniques of both practitioners. The ten routines were chosen as the major competition routines in the Chinwoo Tournament because of its popularity and acceptability. Hence, they also served as the trademark of the Chinwoo Association.