Jun Fan Gung Fu Jeet Kune Do*
Wednesday: 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
This class incorporates the philosophy, training methods and scientific principles established by Bruce Lee. A typical class regimen usually lasts for one hour, followed by free workouts (trapping, wooden dummy drills, etc.).
Bruce Lee (aka Lee Jun Fan) developed Jun Fan Gung Fu by incorporating over 26 different forms of martial arts and training methods, combat techniques, attitudes, philosophies and concepts.
The core of Jun Fan Gung Fu is a modified form of Wing Chun developed by a Shao Lin nun about 400 years ago. It is still one of the most sophisticated fighting methods to originate in China.
Bruce Lee developed an advanced system of full-contact kickboxing to cultivate timing, rhythm, and distance. He researched and incorporated kicking methods from northern and southern Gung Fu methods, French Savate, and Thai Boxing. His hand methods are derived from Wing Chun, Western Boxing, various Gung Fu systems and Western Fencing.
Grappling, locking, and throwing from Chinese Chin Na, Japanese Judo and Ju-Jitsu, and Western Wrestling contribute integral parts to the Jun Fan Martial Arts.
It is from this methodology that Jeet Kune Do evolved. According to Bruce, Jeet Kune Do (which translates as "the way of the intercepting fist," was to "use no way as way and have no limitation as limitation. The final aim of JKD is toward personal liberation. It points the way to individual freedom and maturity."
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