Jeet Kune Do: Distraction
I would not get mad if someone hit there opponent while they were not paying attention because that’s a smart move. If you got a chance to win go for it the shorter the fight the better.
Jeet Kune Do: Mixed Skills
This is one of the best things you can do which is mix all you have together if it works together. Here are some good examples punching and kicking combinations with footwork, boxing with skills from wing chun and wrestling with striking.
Jeet Kune Do: Speed
Perceptual speed: Quickness of the eyes to see opening.
Mental speed: Quickness of the mind to select the right move to make.
Performance speed: Quickness of movement in carrying the chosen move into effect.
Initiation speed: Starting from the right posture and with the correct mental attitude.
Alteration speed: The ability to change direction midstream. Involves control of balance.
I really need to watch more fighting videos or Bruce lee movies to keep my mind on fighting because i haven’t practice in a month, i got to get back on track.
Jeet Kune Do: Teaching PT1
Here are some things you should do and not do as a teacher that, i’ve seen teachers forget to do.
1. When someone performs bad technique make sure you correct it.
2. Don’t teach people combinations of techniques that take too long to do.
3. Don’t teach people mma and wing chun and call it jeet kune do.
4. Teach everyone how to fight anywhere not just in one place.
5. Forget about teaching someone how to break bricks and boards because they don’t hit back.
Finally the internet is back up it’s been a month
Jeet Kune Do: Kinetic Energy
Kinetic energy depends on the mass and speed of your striking arm or leg so the faster you are, the more weight you have, the more damage you can do.
Jeet Kune Do: Timing
Timing is the ability to recognize the right moment and take your opportunity to attack your target. A good example is when your opponents attention shoots elsewhere giving you a chance to strike.
Jeet Kune Do: Bear-hug Defense 3
The first defense comes when your grabbed from the back you want to shoot your elbow straight back and let your waist move at the same time for full power. When grabbed from the side deliver a hard sideways elbow which should strike your attacker in the stomach. All elbow-strikes must come immediately when arms come around you so you won’t get trapped.
Jeet Kune Do: Bear-hug Defense 2
When grabbed from the side you can deliver a stomp or front-stomp-kick to the leg in front of you hitting the knee or shin. If your grabbed from the front immediately use the stomp to the shin, knee to the thigh or hard knee to the groin. If your picked up you can still try the stomp or knee strike. Try to put up to 2 defenses in a combination and practice against anyone of any size.
Jeet Kune Do: Bear-hug Defense 1
When the grab comes from the side you can do a simple sideways headbutt hitting the attacker with the top or side of the head. A back grab can be stopped by a backwards headbutt.