Advanced Jeet Kune Do Martial Arts : Hit & Run Method for Jeet Kune Do Martial Arts


On behalf of Expert Village I’m Sifu Dwight
Woods of Unified Martial Art Academy in Miami, Florida today we are going to be talking about
advance jeet kune do. Okay so now again there can be multiple approaches to what you are
doing in grappling. So it could be a situation in which you want to get away and you want
to get him down and you stay up and not have to control him. So we would do it again and
this is merely for convenience cause this could be done from punching and from kicking
and kick boxing or what have you. But we would do it from the grappling for convenience.
So I get the technique, I hit, I score and score and then all I do is lower my elevation
and just drop Jay, hurt and clear and I’m gone. Okay so one more time, from the grappling
for convenience I hit and hit, I score as much as I can on the upper area and then I
just drop, put him down, bam, bam, and I’m gone.

28 thoughts on “Advanced Jeet Kune Do Martial Arts : Hit & Run Method for Jeet Kune Do Martial Arts

  1. The trap IS REAL. It's merely a demo of all the steps.

    As for the straight blasting thing. YEah you're right in that the guy should be done if you beat him sensless, but I pose one question….

    Ever been attacked by a bum that perhaps is on PCP or Cocaine? They probably won't feel anything you do so in that case perhaps running is the best option.

    Don't underestimate the lesson here. You're better than that my friend.

  2. AhShaun Thanks for the tips. I'm pretty familiar with Silat but the kicking to the nuts is also JKD in the aspect of simplicity and effectiveness.
    I would like to think that in my training I could come up with something better than that but hey whatever works right?

  3. Kickboxers don't trap so they wouldn't look for it. So if the concept is to just drop down and grab his leg to kick him in the nuts, just throw a bunch of puches, drop take out the leg, and kick to the nuts.

  4. Not all of it is for Self defense.
    Self Defense is a small portion of what is important. Whats important is living by martial arts, and living with integrity, initiative, and discipline.
    No true martial artist does martial arts just for self defense.

  5. some theories of JKD come from Wing Chun. Watch Ip Man with Donny Yen, it's about the guy who was Bruce Lee's teacher

  6. What crap. That isn't JKD. If you read Bruce Lee's manuscripts JKD is about technique that fits your form. JKD is an expression of yourself. Thats why he closed his schools. He didn't what people learning his 'way'. JKD is about you. Master the technique, become the technique, forget the technique. Then the technique becomes a reflex. There is no way or how. Read his books.

  7. @adityajuneja7 , this is a demonstration my friend, jkd focuses on speed/half beat as well as power…the guy maybe 'statue like' as you put it, in reality he has just took 5 punches in rapid succession, after 5 punches even the best street fighter or martial artist isnt going to be thinking anything apart from staying on his/her feet. as for 'grabbing' moves….theres a lot more to jkd than you seem to think my friend…

  8. Oh My God, that was so funny, but it holds a meaningful lesson. I understood it, but man would i hate to be that guys mugger, watch your nuts.

  9. I Am no expert but after he enter to a hit to the face.the attacker would not just stand there.unless one has missed the strike.think about it you hit some one to the face there not just going to stand there.dam good technique tho.

  10. Hmm… Bruce Lee did not want these forms that this guy is teaching… he had a more simple or basic method. Teaching punches, counters and all.. but he even called this type of stuff, "1000 years of martial arts propaganda." Also, Jeet Kune Do is just a name according to the Tao Of Jeet Kune Do, "if people say Jeet Kune Do is different from this or from that, then let the name of Jeet Kune Do be erased for it is just a name. Please do not fuss over it."

  11. @naldongtisoy He is not telling you to do that and then this and that, he is teaching a drill to improve your muscle memory

  12. Trapping wasn't to bad although you did not fully secure the arm when cutting across, if the guy is fast enough he could bring his left arm out and attack.

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