As a head coach of the Beijing Wushu Team, Li Junfeng’s team won the national championship championship in the group category for 12 consecutive years and his students won the most gold medals at the National Wuhsu Competition, setting the record for the most number of gold medals won by a coach’s students. He was the coach of young Jet Li. He featured in a few Chinese martial arts movies and was once selected for the leading role and was awarded as a Chinese National Award for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.” He was also a film action choreographer and host of martial art television series. He was regarded as one of eleven prominent wushu pioneers in the book In the Spirit of the 2008 Olympics: Extraordinary Chinese Martial Artists of the World.
Li Junfeng’s interest in Qigong and Taiji began when he was a college student and has practiced and taught these disciplines throughout his life. Since International Sheng Zhen Society was founded and started introducing Sheng Zhen Qigong to the world in 1995, as the society's chairman and principal teacher, Li Junfeng has taught Sheng Zhen Qigong in 25 countries in the last 30 years. He moved to the United States in 2002 and has been teaching Qigong at the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin. He is a Counselor to the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong and an Advisor to the Qigong Science Research Association of China. He has delivered the keynote address at national Qigong and acupuncture conferences. His publications include Sparring with Long Fist & Single Broad Sword/Spear, Learn Wushu Series, Martial Arts on Ba Gua Zhang, Sheng Zhen Wuji Yuan Gong: A Return to Oneness and Awakening the Soul.