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Sean Lim Jeet Kune Do | Bruce Lee's Martial Art | Martial Arts | Singapore – Instructor of "Latter Stage" Jeet Kune Do Sean Lim Jeet Kune Do | Bruce Lee's Martial Art | Martial Arts | Singapore Instructor of "Latter Stage" Jeet Kune Do Home Blog Contact With the death of Bruce Lee in 1973, the progress of his martial art, lifework and personal expression known as Jeet Kune Do arrived at an unceremonious close. This left his successors with no consensus as to what exactly is JKD. How, then, should the modern day practitioner secure and perpetuate the art responsibly? According to the Bruce Lee Foundation, Jeet Kune Do is "...the name that Bruce Lee gave to the fighting techniques and strategies he was developing and employing. It was what he was doing—how he was most efficiently using arms, legs, body weight, tactics, and the laws of physics—to fight." What people can agree on, would be that Bruce Lee did not merely take techniques from different systems and throw them together. He studied and tested very specific elements, and essentially, these were elements from only two arts—Western fencing and boxing. Jeet Kune Do’s stance, footwork, and major strategic points come from Western fencing. In fact, a key principle in fencing, the stop-hit, is essentially the JKD namesake—the way of the intercepting fist. Even with the heavy influence of both sports, however, it’s important to note that JKD is neither fencing nor boxing. Lee never lifted techniques wholesale from other arts for the sake of accumulating new techniques. Each tool was subject to scientific analysis, modified, and tested in fighting situations. While Bruce Lee would definitely have continued to adapt and advance his ingenious expression, the extrapolated product is not for us to decide. Jeet Kune Do, then, is best used as a name to refer to the fighting methods that Bruce Lee developed and utilized over his lifetime. ‘Latter Stage’ Jeet Kune Do When Bruce Lee was alive, Jeet Kune Do was constantly advancing with him. From Wing Chun to Jun Fan Gung Fu ("termed Original JKD") to the eventual conceptualization of his own expression of the martial arts, Jeet Kune Do was a constant process of evolution for its founder. Towards its "Latter" phase, Bruce had discarded most of his earlier influences and stripped JKD stripped completely down to its core elements: speed, timing and distance. In essence, JKD could almost be described as "fencing without the blade" by this stage. Read More Cornerstone Influences The three primary influences behind the conceptualization of JKD are: Wing Chun, fencing and boxing. However, that is not to say that JKD is either one or all of the three arts combined. JKD is a (non)style with a science and method unique to its own. This is a challenging paradox that will take one time to understand, but the rewards will be worth the effort. How can one arrive at the pinnacle of an art without being a respecter of its pillars? Wing Chun Lee's foundation was the Shaolin ‘master system’ that evolved into Wing Chun and became the nucleus of JKD. Lee spent five years rooting himself in Wing Chun before allowing any branches to develop. Only after Lee had grasped the principles of this core system, was he able to understand and incorporate the methods of other styles. Fencing The backbone of the JKD vehicle, fencing is an Olympic sport that demands absolute concentration. It calls for craftiness and and an economy of hand and arm movements whilst developing analytical minds and the tactical awareness to do “battle”. As such, fencing could be described as “physical chess” executed at lightning speed. Boxing Boxing is one of the oldest martial arts styles of the western hemisphere of this world. It is also known as fist pugilism or pugilism of the fist. In other words, boxing is the act or sport of fighting with the fists. Basically, the game of boxing is generally played by two players where they fight and compete with each other on proper techniques. About Me I am a professional (full-time) Jeet Kune Do instructor, officially certified by Sifu Mark Edward Stewart of International JKD (Ted Wong lineage). Since 2011, I have been providing top quality instruction in Bruce Lee's martial art. My approach to JKD involves a in-depth study of its three cornerstone arts (as explained above). I have a foundation in Wing Chun, and am also a competitive fencing athlete/coach. I enjoy testing my skills in alive situations, and I improve my skills by constantly sharing with others. I have trained and worked with complete beginners, advanced exponents and professional fighters/athletes. No matter your discipline or skill level, I believe that Jeet Kune Do will bring you immeasurable value. ? 2015 jkdsean.com | Bruce Lee's Martial Art | Latter Stage Jeet Kune Do | Sean Lim Back to Top Follow

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