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The TAO of JKD | Bruce Lee’s Fighting Tatical

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Jeet Kune Do, or Bruce Lee’s personal fighting style, is well studied thanks to his martial arts skills, his movies and the classes used to teach in the US. The general idea was he wanted to create a martial art that seamlessly flows from one move to another. Not does this look great on film, as shown on the videos, but it also is effective for offensive or defensive martial arts techniques since you get that chance to do everything all in one continuous motion.

Key Takeaways:

  • Jeet Kune Do, This is the name Bruce Lee gave to his own theories and concepts
  • It incorporates ranges of combat and their sub-ranges as well with seamless flow from one to the other.
  • Tactical Jeet Kune Do’s philosophies include a variety of fighting styles that fill in gaps, which currently exist in some police defensive tactics programs.

“Jeet Kune Do, This is the name Bruce Lee given to his theories and concepts. This art or concept of fighting is effective and limitless. It incorporate ranges of combat and their sub-ranges as well with seamless flow from one to the other. JKD uses the most direct lines of attack.”

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