The Ultimate Guide to Jeet Kune Do by Black Belt MagazineLearn the martial art that changed the world.
Bruce Lee flashed like a meteor through the martial arts universe, and the gravity of his ideas continue to shape how we train and live. The Ultimate Guide to Jeet Kune Do gives you insight into the martial art’s creation and evolution with profiles of and articles by the art’s most successful students, including Dan Inosanto, Tim Tackett, Bob Bremer and Jerry Beasley.
Pulling from the Black Belt archives, The Ultimate Guide to Jeet Kune Do reveals the key concepts and martial art techniques that define the “art of the intercepting fist.” Inside these pages, you’ll find the best self-defense techniques and skills from a collection of arts, including wing chun kung fu, fencing, boxing and wrestling.
Whether you’re just beginning your martial arts training or have ascended to its highest plateau, The Ultimate Guide to Jeet Kune Do will teach you how to master the most influential mixed martial art of the 20th century.
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Log in or Sign up. Any belt rankings in JKD?, This is not a system where you want to be rolling on the ground.
The Taijitu represents the concepts of yin and yang. The arrows represent the endless interaction between yang and yin. The system works on the use of different 'tools' for different situations. These situations are broken down into ranges Kicking, Punching, Trapping and Grappling , with techniques flowing smoothly between them. It is referred to as a "style without style".
Lee founded the system on July 9, , referring to it as "non-classical", suggesting that it is a formless form of Chinese Kung Fu. Unlike more traditional martial arts , Jeet Kune Do is not fixed or patterned and is a philosophy with guiding ideas. Named for the Wing Chun concept of interception or attacking when one's opponent is about to attack, Jeet Kune Do's practitioners believe in minimal effort with maximum effect. It is referenced in the screenplay of the Warner Brothers film Enter the Dragon , when Lee is asked, "What's your style? You can call it the art of fighting without fighting.