Jeet Kune Do - weapons arsenal -Kicking Combination Training aid


Jeet Kune Do Kicking combination




The video I shown you above is a basic attack by combination method. Use it as your reference for your practice, experiment with your own combinations.

Classical forms dull your creativity, condition and render frozen your sense of freedom. You no longer "be" but merely "do".
If any style of fighting teaches you a method of fighting, then you might be able to fight according to the limit of that method, and really that is not fighting as is.

Jeet Kune Do - Basic Kicking drills


JKD Speed Punching Drill


Jeet Kune Do - Flexibility training 2 side split


Jeet Kune Do - Progressive indirect Attack ( PIA )




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Notes on the feint ( PIA - Progressive indirect Attack )
Never pause on a feint - a feint should be followed up. Feints with a short lunge are also very useful to keep an aggressive opponent at bay. Sometimes the opponent can caught off his guard and unprepared by such feints; one can immediately follow up.

Jeet Kune Do - weapons arsenal - Angular Counter Attack


Jeet Kune Do - Angular Kicks as Training Aid for balance


JKD Spinning Kick


Jeet Kune Do Side muscle conditioning training ( for improvement of Kicks )




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The video shown above demonstrates the side muscle conditioning. This training is important for improvements in your kicks. When your side muscle becomes stronger, you will be able to execute any types of kicks effortlessly. Effortlessly executing a kick means you can concentrate now on increasing your kicking speed. And in no time your kicks will be too fast and with a blinding speed.

Jeet Kune Do straight blast Speed Punching Training




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The Straight Blast
One hand out, one hand back for protection and securing strategic position. Thumb up and strike with the last three knuckles with body weight behind the blow
refer to the video I demonstrated above for your reference

Jeet Kune Do - Flexibility Training 1





Shown in the video above, is how to do the side split.
  1. Stretch the muscles of both your inner thighs.
  2. Shift your weight between your legs and arms to get the best stretch
  3. When your legs tense, help them relax by putting most of your weight on your arms
  4. When the legs relax , slide into a greater stretch by shifting your weight back till you reach the full split position

Jumping Split Kick 2


The Ultimate Source of Jeet Kune Do

Bruce Lee's Commentaries on the Martial Way
edited by : J Little 
Published by : Tuttle Publishing

My purpose in creating jeet kune do was not to compare with other branches of martial arts. Anything that becomes a branch would induce bad feeling. Once there is a formation of branch, then things seem to stop. Students would labor for regulations and rules. Then the meaning of martial art would be lost. Even today, I dare not say that I have reached any state of achievement. I'm still learning , for learning is boundless.

Like a man's body , you would not say that your hand was better than your leg or vice versa ; you have  to coordinate the two , to use them both skillfully in order to produce a satisfactory result.