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Phases of Learning under Us
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Phases of learning
Jeet Kune Do Ideology is taught in the following phases so as to enable every and any student (regardless of height, weight, age, gender & personality) to learn fighting systematically and safely, thus enabling him to experience combat and find his own way, what works and what doesnot work for his specific nature & constitution.
Thus each mans JKD is different and no two students learn the same. Therefore it is impossible to teach JKD to a large batch or group by teaching similar technique.
Phase I: training in air
Aim: To learn PRECISION in each and every technique in every range
a) Weapons Range
b) Kicking Range
c) Punching Range
d) Trapping Range
e) Knee- Elbow Range
f) Grappling Range
g) Ground Range
phase II: training on equipment
Aim: To learn essential components of technique
a) POWER - On Heavy Bag
b) SPEED - On Speed Ball, Top & Bottom Bag
c) TIMING - On Focus Pads
d) ENERGY - Wooden Dummy & Chi Sao
Aim: To learn elements of FIGHTING
a) NO WAY AS WAY - Combining Kicking, Punching, Trapping, Knee-Elbows & Grappling
b) TACTICS - Using
  • FOOTWORK (Getting into a position of advantage)
  • LEVERAGE (Using body to generate power)
  • MEASURE (Finding Correct distance in Striking),
  • ADAPTING (Evading & Parrying effortlessly)
  • TIMING (Correct moment of Counter Attack)
    SPECIFICS of JKD - Using Fewer Techniques, Non Telegraphic nature, Lead Hand and Lead Foot priority, etc.
  • Original Tactics of Bridging the Gap
  • phase 1V: training WITH UN COOPERATIVE PARTNER sparring
    Stage 1 - Cooperative opponent - play Sparring
    Stage 2 - with protective gear - safe sparring
    Stage 3 - uncooperative opponent - all out sparring
    phase V: strategy
    5 methods of attack
    phase vi: theory & understanding of jkd
    what jkd is and what it is not!