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How To Use An Effective Attack By Drawing If you think about it, attack by drawing displays the cunning skills a Jeet Kune Do practitioner must have. To perform the attack, you need to lure your opponent to be within a certain distance because you strike. To an opponent, it’s like you’re finally giving [...]
A Strong Argument for Close Quarters Range It will be stated in the following paragraphs, that Close Quarters (also referred to as Trapping Range) is by far the most effective and efficient range of self-defense. Remember, this is the range where one is at a maximum distance of an arm length away from their [...]
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Bruce Lee’s Secret to a Successful ABC Jeet Kune Do is a counter-offensive art, which means that you “attack into” your opponent first, then aim to intercept later on. It is guided by several methods of attack and among which is the object of this article – the Attack by Combination (ABC). By definition, [...]
How to Use Faking in Combat & Sports According to the book, The Art of War, “faking” is the most celebrated strategy in self-defense wherein you attack your opponent when he is unprepared and to appear where you are least expected. The result? Guaranteed success. When it comes to combat or sports, you [...]
Hand Immobilization Attack for Close Quarters Trapping When doing a complex drill like I just showed, it’s easy for people to take a look at that drill and think that you would get into a situation like that, put your arms up meet wrist to wrist and go through several of these moves in [...]
Attacking through Drawing: Showing Weakness to Unleash a Strength Jeet Kune Do has five ways of attack. These are the single direct attack, attack by combination, attack by drawing, progressive indirect attack, and the hand immobilization attack. In this post, we will talk about the third form of attack which is the [...]
Let’s define each of the 5 ways of attack… The SDA is defined as a direct attack that is made up of a single movement. It is straightforward because it targets the opponent by the most direct route. The HIA, on the other hand, traps the opponent’s hand, leg or head. Use this attack when [...]