JEET KUNE DO and Jun Fan Gung Fu
Jun Fan Gung Fu is the base martial art of Jeet Kune Do. It was developed and taught by Bruce Lee and was his personal expression of Jeet Kune Do. Jun Fan Gung Fu has a definite set of principles, standardized training methods, and concrete techniques. It's major influences are Wing Chun, Western Boxing, Wrestling, Northern and Southern Chinese Gung Fu, Fencing, Judo, and Jui-Jitsu. Jun Fan Gung Fu develops important attributes such as speed, power, timing, mobility, contact reflex, sensitivity, coordination, and agility. One cannot be a legitimate practitioner of Jeet Kune Do under the Bruce Lee family tree without extensive training and knowledge in Jun Fan Gung Fu. Jeet Kune Do is the martial philosophy of Bruce Lee and represents the most effective martial arts path for each individual informed by proper training and research.
Shoot Wrestling is a Japanese combative sport which uniquely blends the techniques and principles of Russian Sambo, Judo, Ju-Jitsu, Catch-As-Catch-Can Wrestling, and Thai Boxing. Shooters are allowed to kick, punch, throw, tackle, take-down, grapple, and engage in submission and locking techniques on the ground. The striking methods are optimized for a mixed-martial-arts environment and include knees, elbows, defenses, evasions, and footwork. Attributes developed through Shoot Wrestling are balance, leverage, power, ground sensitivity, and mental toughness.
Filipinio Martial Arts
The Filipino Martial Arts curriculum is derived from the highly effective styles of Kali, Escrima, Arnis, and Panatuken (Filipino Boxing) and includes both empty-handed and weapons-based techniques for the single stick, single dagger, double stick, double dagger, stick and dagger, sword, and staff. Drills and techniques in the Filipino Martial Arts are taught in a fluid manner, and are designed to educate students to use objects in their environment for self-defense. In addition, the Filipino Arts are trained for both individual and mass attack situations against multiple opponents. Training in the Filipino Martial Arts cultivates attributes such as weapons sensitivity, hand-eye coordination, and dynamic movement.
A Southeast Asian martial art practiced in countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, and Singapore, Silat emphasizes leverage, motion, and explosiveness both standing and on the ground. Attributes derived from Silat include flexibility, agility, and environmental awareness.
The national sport of Thailand, this art emphasizes powerful kicks, knees, and elbows and is known for being straightforward and brutal. Drills involve combination attacks, defenses, and counters, as well as cardiovascular development. Sparring and ring combat are important aspects of Muay Thai practice. Attributes derived from Muay Thai include stamina and power.
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