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Bruce Lee student Dan Inosanto focuses on the fourth range of combat — grappling — in this in-depth discussion of modern jeet kune do. Learn how it was practiced during Bruce Lee’s life and how Dan Inosanto practices it now!

Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training

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Dear Jeet Kune Do Enthusiast,

This is your opportunity to learn what jeet kune do icon Dan Inosanto has to say about about the myths, realities, limits and ongoing expansion of Bruce Lee’s martial art.

In this new FREE Guide from BlackBeltMag.com — Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training — this living legend discusses the following:

  • why Bruce Lee movies include only certain facets of his martial arts skill
  • what grappling arts Bruce Lee studied during his lifetime
  • how ground fighting was incorporated into Bruce Lee’s Chinatown school curriculum

How Did the Grappling Arts Influence Bruce Lee’s Development of Jeet Kune Do?

Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training

“[One reason sifu Bruce] didn’t show as much grappling in his movies is it was an area that was relatively new to him,” Dan Inosanto explains. “He had tons of hours of kick, punch and trap training, but his research into the grappling arts was still in its infancy. … But he was actively investigating the ground range, and he even started developing chi sao from the ground.”

In Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training, learn how he took the work that Bruce Lee started and took jeet kune do grappling into new and exciting directions! The guide includes FOUR jeet kune do grappling techniques!

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Did Bruce Lee Teach Drills That Included Striking on the Ground?

“No,” says Bruce Lee student Dan Inosanto. “We put those in later.”

In this FREE Guide — Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training — learn how Dan Inosanto’s study with other teachers such as Yori Nakamura, Renato Magno and the Machado family led him to combine movements from shooto and Brazilian jiu-jitsu with the striking, trapping and grappling that he learned during his JKD training with Bruce Lee.

Can Jeet Kune Do Strikes Be Powerful When You’re On the Ground?

Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training

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How Did Dan Inosanto Incorporate His Study of Other Martial Arts Into His Modern Take on JKD Training?

In this FREE Guide — Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training — get invaluable information such as the following:

  • how to redirect your opponent’s energy to flow into the next move
  • how to control an opponent’s limb to create control of his body
  • how skills from other fighting arts (even boxing!) can be translated to the ground “as long as you understand the context”

What Would Bruce Lee Think of Dan Inosanto’s Approach to JKD Training?

Dan Inosanto on Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do Techniques for Grappling and New Directions for JKD Training

“My personal thought,” Dan Inosanto explains, “is that sifu Bruce would think that it’s OK to research other grappling arts like shooto and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. I think that if he’d had information on those systems, he’d have researched them to find out what was valuable.”

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