Why JKD is for you

If you are an individual who’s into physical fitness, a runner, a gym rat: You will enjoy JKD as a level-up of your physical workout. It will test your limits, it will make you sweat unlike your other sports. It’s a full body workout that can be enjoyed with your friends. If you are an…

“I AM” BRUCE LEE

As much as we respect and honor our Grand Sigung Bruce Lee, founder of Jeet Kune Do, by propagating his martial art without tampering it and teaching it in its most original form, we are not merely fanboys who would like to be like him. Bruce Lee is a believer in the power of the…

A Note On Sparring

Most people discredit JKD saying that nowadays, it’s all about MMA. We are not saying that one art is better than another, what we are saying is that JKD works in all combat sports. You can use the basic JKD principles of footwork, stance, evasion, distance control and power generation in boxing, oriental arts (judo,kung…

The Scientific Method Behind Jeet Kune Do Part 3

The Scientific Method Behind Jeet Kune Do Part 3 Fundamental – Stance Since everything in Jeet Kune Do starts from and returns to the on-guard stance, this is where our science will begin. The on-guard stance is not a modified Wing chun stance or Boxing stance or any other stance. If it resembles any stance…

Sparring Sessions

  In Team JKD, we are constantly reviewing and polishing our art and skills by capturing our sparring sessions. Here are some recent practice fights. Note that these are full 100% strikes, although it may seem effortless and relaxed, this is how we are trained. Minimum effort, maximum efficiency. [vimeo https://vimeo.com/78238324] [vimeo https://vimeo.com/78238325]

16 Life Lessons from Sigung Bruce Lee

16 Life Lessons from Sigung Bruce Lee Lesson #1 – Life Purpose “The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.” You only have one life in this body so make the most of it by creating something that adds value to those around you. Lesson #2 – Limits “If you always put…

The Scientific Method Behind Jeet Kune Do Part 2

The Scientific Method Behind Jeet Kune Do Part 2 Let the History Begin As a young teenager, Bruce Lee studied Wing Chun Gung Fu under Yip Man in Hong Kong. During this time he would compete in challenge matches against students from other martial art schools under the tutelage of Wong Shun Leung, the top…

This is how we train. Sparring video (mashup)

We make it a point that every training session ends with a sparring.   When the student knows the basic stance,footwork and strikes, he/she SHOULD spar. To learn to fight, we fight.   As Bruce Lee says, “no dry-land swimming, to swim, you have to jump in the water and get wet” [vimeo http://vimeo.com/73204249] *Sorry…