Techniques and Styles of Jeet Kune Do
Modern Jeet Kune do system can comprise of many different technique found in many different fighting arts. Though Jeet Kune Do is more of a principles for training martial arts instead of a style of set techniques, many of the principles, techniques and concepts are combined using fighting techniques from these martial arts and fighting styles....Read More
- Jun Fan Gung Fu [techniques]
- These series of techniques use close in trapping and striking techniques. Techniques typically found in Wing Chun of Kali Martial Arts
- Jun Fan Kick Boxing [techniques]
- Jun Fan Kick Boxing mainly involves techniques and training methods from Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Filipino Boxing, French Savage and Western Foil Fencing. The range of this division is usually middle or long range attack.
- Western Boxing [techniques] [style info]
- Boxing is known for its economy of motion, footwork and defense. It is quite arguably the best punching martial art. Its influences are found in many top fighting arts, include MMA.
- Wing Chun [techniques] [style info]
- Wing Chun techniques emphasize practicality and efficiency to maintain its ideals on effectiveness. Strikes are intended to injure or disrupt the target. Wing Chun utilizes many trapping and infighting techniques to defeat the opponent
- Thai Boxing [techniques] [style info]
- Muay Thai consists of nine weapons - the head, fists, elbows, knees and feet. In modern Muay Thai fights, headbutting an opponent is no longer allowed. Muay Thai is unique in the way it uses all parts of the body, including the elbows and knees, for both training and competitions. Thai Boxing also using Clinch Fighting or standup grappling techniques
- Savate [techniques] [style videos]
- Savate which uses both the hands and feet as weapons and combines elements of western boxing with graceful kicking techniques. Only foot kicks are allowed.
- Northern & Southern Shaolin [techniques] [style info]
- Northern styles of Shaolin kung-fu generally emphasize long range techniques, quick advances and retreats, wide stances, kicking and leaping techniques, whirling circular blocks, quickness, agility, and aggressive attacks.
- Southern styles of kung-fu emphasize strong and powerful attacks and punching.
- Judo [techniques] [style info]
- Judo is a Japanese Martial Art derived from battlefield jujutsu that uses throws and grappling techniques to defeat the opponent. It is practiced with a gi, but effective without it. It is primarily a sport martial art, but can also be an effective self-defense art.
- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu [techniques] [style info]
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a primarily a ground fighting art made popular by Royce Gracie and the UFC. It utilizes joint locks, chokes, and a variety of other submissions during a grapple to either break the joint, choke them out, or have the opponent submit.
- Kali Eskrima [techniques] [style info]
- Eskrima emphasize stick and sword fighting. Eskrima is actually a defense through offense-based art. Modern training methods tend to de-emphasize careful footwork and low stances, with more emphasis on learning techniques as opposed to more direct and effective tactics designed to instantly end an encounter.
- Wrestling [techniques] [style info]
- Wrestling is one of oldest martial arts and sports. Modern wrestling utilizes fast takedown techniques. Wrestlers use throws, leg attacks, trips and other techniques to bring the opponent to the ground.
- Pencak Silat [techniques] [style info]
- Pencak Silat is a martial art from Indonesia that in its self-defense form, using hands and foot fighting techniques combined with a series of characteristic footsteps. It is primarily a killing and self defense art that also uses many weapons. There are a 100s of forms of Silat and some aspects are kept secret.
- Chin Na (Chinese Grappling) [techniques] [style info]
- Chin Na uses techniques that control or lock an opponents joints or muscles/tendons so he cannot move, thus neutralizing their fighting ability. Chin means to seize or trap, na means to lock or break, and while those actions are very often executed in that order (trap then lock), the two actions can also be performed distinctly in training and self defense.
- Chinese Kuntao [techniques] [style info]
- Chinese Kun Tao is not a flashy or pretty art. It is explosive in nature and very powerful. The intent is to take control and destroy the opponent in an instant. It is deceptive and heavy into psychological principles.
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