Born in Beijing in 1968, Qiao Liang entered the Bayi Gymnastics Team in 1987 and was elected to the National Gymnastics Team of China in 1988 and served as the deputy captain. He won national, Asian and even world championships. After being forced to retire because of a foot injury in 1990, Qiao Liang chose to go to the United States in 1991. At first, she studied English at the University of Iowa, USA, and served as an assistant coach for a local gymnastics school. In 1998, he founded the "Qiao Gymnastics School," and met Sean Johnson, who was 6 years old, in that year, officially starting his magical coaching career. In the 10 years of training, Shawn grew rapidly under the guidance of Qiao Liang. In the 2007 Stuttgart World Championship Sean won the team, all-around, and freestyle three gold medals. She took only two months to get from the team. The young teenager grew up as the head of the American gymnastics team. Qiao Liang was therefore received by the governor of Iowa and was awarded the "Golden Key" to become an honorary resident of Iowa. Qiao Liang then became the head coach of the American gymnastics women's team.
The "Qiao Gymnastics School" sent five players to the National Gymnastics Team of the United States. In addition to Sean Johnson, another famous athlete was Douglas. She won the women's all-around gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics, making up for the regret that Shawn Johnson, who won the women's all-around gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, won the Women's Balance Gold Medal and three silver medals.
Qiao Liang was referred to by the American sports community as "the male version of Lang Ping." He experienced two different gymnastics environments, crossed different cultures, and achieved success. While training players, he maintained the advantages of Chinese training methods. His players' movements were standardized and technically accurate. In the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, the Chinese women's gymnastics team won only the third place in the women's team, and other projects achieved nothing and achieved the worst record in history. Qiao Liang, who has already confirmed his return to China, will shoulder the heavy responsibility of leading the Chinese women's gymnastics team to regain his brilliance and win over the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.