I can answer questions relating to training in Bruce Lee`s martial art philosophy, Jeet Kune Do, and its associated disciplines.
I have trained in martial arts since 1973 and in Jeet Kune Do since 1983. I am a Full Instructor in Jun Fan/Jeet Kune Do certified by Sifu Daniel Inosanto, Bruce Lee's premier disciple.
Inosanto International Martial Art Instructors Association.
Thai Boxing Association of the uSA.
Wing Chun Kung Fu Association.
Boxe Francaise-Savate Federation of the uSA
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Jack, I think you already know the answers to your questions. Obviously JKD will provide you with a more well-rounded ability. And basic JKD is easy to pick up so that's the way to go if the only
Filipe, Go with KM then because it sounds like you'd have less to "change around" while training with them versus how much you'd have to ask the WC instructor to change his approach to suit you. Do you
Filipe, Sorry for the delay in answering but I never received the original e-mail with your question. You remind me of myself when I was 19 and also training on my own from whatever book or video sources
Hi Anna, Where do you train? Perhaps I know your instructor... I love everything about Jeet Kune Do, the physical, psychological and philosophical. For me JKD is about well-roundedness so I try not
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