Tao of Jeet Kune Do
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Tao of Jeet Kune Do

By (author) Bruce Lee , Edited by Linda Lee Caldwell , Edited by Gil Johnson , Edited by Kris Storti , Edited by Sarah Dzida , Translated by David Koong Pak Sen

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Compiled from Bruce Lee's notes and essays and originally published in 1975, this iconic volume is one of the seminal martial arts guides of its time. The science and philosophy behind the fighting system Lee pioneered himself--jeet kune do--is explained in detail, depicted through hundreds of Lee's own illustrations. With the collaboration of Lee's daughter, Shannon, and Bruce Lee Enterprises, this new edition is expanded, updated, and remastered, covering topics such as Zen and enlightenment, kicking, striking, grappling, and footwork. Featuring an introduction by Linda Lee, this is essential reading for any practitioner, offering a brief glimpse into the mind of one of the world's greatest martial artists.

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  • Paperback | 245 pages
  • 211 x 274 x 18mm | 816g
  • 01 Nov 2011
  • BLACK BELT BOOKS
  • Santa Clarita, CA
  • English
  • Expanded ed.
  • illustrations
  • 0897502027
  • 9780897502023
  • 3,968

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Bruce Lee was an iconic figure in martial arts who pioneered the concept of jeet kune do from his physical training, personal research, and formal education in philosophy at the University of Washington–Seattle. He acted in several motion pictures, including The Big Boss, Enter the Dragon, Fists of Fury, and Way of the Dragon. He is the author of Bruce Lee: Wisdom for the Way, Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense, and the Fighting Method series.

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Amazing !!

This book is a must for any one who as a passion for martial arts. Its very informative and contains a great insight into Jeet Kune Do and how Bruce Lee developed the style.show more
by Karen Pearson