This Jeet Kune Do Fundamentals & Concepts course is part of The JKD Process, an online Jeet Kune Do Training Program designed to teach you the entire JKD curriculum as passed down from Bruce Lee to his first and second-generation students. In this course, you'll learn the basic principles and concepts of the original art of Jeet Kune Do. This forms the foundation of learning Jeet Kune Do correctly. From there, you'll learn the JKD on-guard stance from which most offensive and defensive action take place. This stance is designed to be the optimal stance for both attacking and defending. Next, you'll learn basic footwork. After all, you must be able to move in your stance and maintain proper balance. Next, you'll learn the JKD straight lead punch which Bruce Lee called the backbone of all punching in JKD. This is the primary punching tool used to intercept your opponent. You'll also learn the JKD vertical hook kick and more! You'll learn not just the techniques, but also how to generate power, improve timing, speed, coordination, balance, and the concepts to make it all work! When you've completed the course, you should have a good framework from which to continue your study in Jeet Kune Do or simply refine what you've learned.
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