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Bruce Lee's Art

During his lifetime, Bruce Lee named his way of martial art Jeet Kune Do which literally translates to mean "The Way of the Intercepting Fist" The Foundation, however, has chosen to refer to Bruce's art as Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do ®. There are several reasons for this:

Since Bruce Lee's passing in 1973, many people have learned and have gone on to teach assorted versions of Jeet Kune Do. However, there are very few people who were left with the necessary knowledge and understanding to teach Bruce Lee's Way properly.

Unfortunately, today a number of controversial styles are labeled "Jeet Kune Do" which have no relation to what Bruce Lee was actually teaching. This is a great disservice to Bruce Lee and the public which has no way of discerning the truth from the imitation. The Foundation seeks to clarify this public misunderstanding by labeling the art that Bruce Lee actually taught as Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do®.

"Jun Fan" was Bruce Lee's given name in Chinese. In fact, in the early days, Bruce called his teaching Jun Fan Gung Fu and his schools were called Jun Fan Gung Fu Institutes. Over time Bruce refined his martial art to the degree that he wanted to apply a more descriptive name, thus " Jeet Kune Do" ~ "The way of the intercepting Fist" was born.

The name "Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do" derives from historical roots and literally means "Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do," or the way of martial arts as developed, practiced and taught by Bruce Lee. Many "JKD" practitioners have tended to dispute the art by separating out the physical side of the philosophical aspects. In Bruce Lee's mind, Jeet Kune Do is all-encompassing in that it combines physical, scientific and philosophical principles.

 

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