Bruce Lee Training Research

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Bruce Lee Training Research: How Boxing Influenced His Jeet Kune Do Techniques

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Dear Martial Arts Enthusiast,

Every fan knows the basic Bruce Lee facts: His nickname was the “Little Dragon,” he studied wing chun kung fu with Yip Man and he revolutionized martial arts with jeet kune do.

But did you know that Bruce Lee was also a boxing buff?

The “Little Dragon” competed in boxing matches throughout high school. As an adult, he studied boxing techniques, which later influenced his jeet kune do punches.

Yet there are some who claim that the Bruce Lee fighting style we know today is purely based in theory and would not be effective for street fighting.

In this FREE Guide — Bruce Lee Training Research: How Boxing Influenced His Jeet Kune Do Techniques — Dan lnosanto and Richard Bustillo, two of Bruce Lee’s most famous students, discuss the origins of jeet kune do punches.

For Bruce Lee, Boxing Was a Science

Bruce Lee Training Research: How Boxing Influenced His Jeet Kune Do Techniques

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Bruce Lee did not completely embrace Western boxing. “He felt there were many flaws in boxing, too,” Dan Inosanto says. “But he also felt that out of all the arts in the hand range, boxing had more truth than, let’s say, karate.”

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Totality Is the Bruce Lee Fighting Style

“That’s how [Bruce Lee] developed jeet kune do. He put all the arts together,” Richard Bustillo says. “Kicking distance, he taught, comes first. You have the longest reach with your feet. Close the kicking range, and you’re in hand distance.”

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For Bruce Lee, Boxing Was Not a Totality — Just as Wrestling and Karate Are Not Totalities

Bruce Lee Training Research: How Boxing Influenced His Jeet Kune Do Techniques

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Discover the Theory Behind the Bruce Lee Training Method

“Bruce Lee was first a martial artist, and he went out of his way to prove that he really had a method of fighting, that it was as disciplined and more scientific than the older, classical arts,” Richard Bustillo says.

“[Bruce Lee] always asked, ‘Why is it done this way?’ The why led him to more questions and in turn to more answers,” Dan Inosanto says. “Ninety percent of the people in the martial arts don’t ask why.”

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Bruce Lee’s Was an Avid Boxing Fan

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Bruce Lee Always Incorporated Different Elements Into His Fighting Style

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Learn what two of Bruce Lee’s most famous students have to say about Bruce Lee’s use of boxing techniques to develop the jeet kune do techniques that are studied around the world.

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