Jeet Kune Do is a martial art and philosophy created by Bruce Lee. Based on his personal martial arts experiences and philosophical influences, Jeet Kune Do was designed to be a “non-traditional” type of Kung Fu.
In contrast to most other martial arts styles, Jeet Kune Do takes a more fluid approach to martial arts. Jeet Kune Do isn’t fixed, rigid or designed and is a way of thinking with directing thoughts.
Jeet Kune Do translates as “The Way of The Intercepting Fist”. It is named for the Wing Chun concept of intercepting an opponent’s preparation for attack with an attack of your own. upon the opponent’s attack. Jeet Kune Do’s professionals put stock in negligible exertion with greatest impact and outrageous speed.
On January 10, 1996, the Bruce Lee Foundation chose to utilize the name Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do (振藩截拳道) to allude to the hand to hand fighting framework which Lee established; “Jun Fan” being Lee’s Chinese given name.