Within the Jun Fan Martial Arts which began in 1964 and have continually evolved to present day, there are three areas of knowledge and development. Each of these areas benefits the other while having individual importance in the development of the martial artist. That of the early years, what Bruce Lee was developing within 1964 – 1967 this was known as Jun Fan Gung Fu. In 1967 Jun Fan Gung Fu became known as Jeet Kune Do. 

This area of training is structured around what Bruce Lee taught a handful of his closest students between the years 1967 and 1973, before his demise. This area was based on a way of training; utilizing particular attributes from numerous martial arts of different cultures that Bruce Lee felt would enhance an individual’s ability to be functional in all ranges of combat. 

The most recent progressions in Jeet Kune Do have evolved since Bruce Lee’s death through only a few of his closest students. Due to the research in various fighting arts which has been done by these loyal students, Jeet Kune Do has continued to evolve with a basic format which consists of intercepting your opponents attack, to the utilization of the hand trapping seen in Wing Chung, while utilizing the mechanics of western boxing.

It is a complete self defense system consisting of kicking, punching, elbows, knees, head butts, throws, takedowns, grappling and ground fighting skills as well as training with various weapons to enhance your empty hand attribute development as well as giving you the ability to fight with these weapons.

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