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Tao of Jeet Kune Do: New Expanded Edition

Compiled from Bruce Lee’s notes and essays and originally published in 1975, Tao of Jeet Kune Do is the best-selling martial arts book in the world. This iconic work explains the science and philosophy behind jeet kune do—the art Lee invented—and includes hundreds of Lee’s illustrations. Topics include Zen and enlightenment, kicking, striking, grappling, and footwork. With introductions by Linda Lee and editor Gilbert Johnson, Tao of Jeet Kune Do is essential reading for any practitioner and offers a brief glimpse into the mind of one of the world’s greatest martial artists.

Author: Lee, Bruce
Publisher: Black Belt Communications
Illustration: Y
Language: ENG
Title: Tao of Jeet Kune Do: New Expanded Edition
Pages: 00208 (Encrypted EPUB)
On Sale: 1975-10-01
SKU-13/ISBN: 9780897500487
Category: Sports & Recreation : Martial Arts & Self-Defense

Shaolin Tutor Qiu Yuechan (Meditation of the Autumn Moon): "Train yourself so that all the bones and the joins of your body would become mobile and lively, the Tiger and the Dragon of your body would freely move.

Master the strength of your heart and place the heart of your feet under its command, and it is then that one of your fingers will be more powerful than thunder and stronger than ten thousand people."

A verse written by Shaolin monk Lo Wang says:

"I practice Martial Arts in the Palace of Thousand Buddhas, and midnight stars are shining in my hands. I hear the monk laugh opposite me, he has got a success in exercises. Step by step I am getting drunk while I profusely breathe out. I free myself from iron links of the chain, and fighting monks can fly in a dance. The sweat is running down and washing my heels, bloody sweat moistens the soil. Heroes famous in the ancient times knew how it was difficult to train "heart and mind capture".

Characteristics of the Northern Shaolin

The Northern Shaolin style of kung fu is one of the most prominent traditional northern styles of Chinese martial arts. The northern styles of kung-fu generally emphasize long range techniques, quick advances and retreats, wide stances, kicking and leaping techniques, whirling circular blocks, mmquickness, agility, and aggressive attacks.

The system teaches empty-hand techniques and weaponry through predetermined combinations, known as forms, routines, or movement of sets. The students learn the basics by practicing the routines until the movements in the routines can be executed naturally based on instinct. Then, two or multiple man sets are practiced to train responses and applications of techniques learned from the sets. The practice sets/routines are not only practical in applications but are also graceful and artistic in nature. The fluidness of the movements combined with acrobatic techniques are trademarks of the Northern Shaolin sets.

The Northern Shaolin style was made famous by the late Gu Yu-jeung. Many legends tell of Gu's feats; according to tales related by his close students, Gu's father was an accomplished exponent of the Tan Tui("springing leg") form. When he was young, Gu traveled throughout Northern China to learn all the northern kung fu systems. He was renowned for his Iron Palm techniques and the application of the long spear. He organized all his learnings into what is today's Northern Shaolin style.[2]



One physiological factor that boosts the output of all athletes is an increase in the number of red blood cells in their bloodstream. More of them means more oxygen can be carried from your lungs to your muscles during times of exertion. How do you ramp up the red? By training at altitude. When the air is thin, your body responds by producing more red blood cells, which then carry more oxygen.

Ever wonder why so many MMA fighters live and train at high altitude for several weeks before a big match? Now you know. Their bodies adjust to the thin air, and when they descend, they feel supercharged for several weeks.

This begs the questions, How high is high enough, and how long is long enough? In a recent meeting of experts on altitude training, it was agreed that optimal results are obtained from spending four weeks at about 7,200 feet above sea level. The experts also stated that the effects last for two to three weeks after the athlete descends to the altitude at which he lives.



 Bruce Lee Training Secret

Explain about the secret of legendary Bruce Lee practice to be one of the top in martial art.



by Grandmaster William Cheung (Australasian Blitz Magazine)

Every martial artist would like to know how and what made Bruce Lee such a devastating fighter. Even though a lot of people associated with Bruce Lee or many claimed to have trained him or trained with him , I can safely say that not many of them were privileged to his secret training method.

Bruce and I grew up together. We were friends since we were young boys. It was I who introduced Bruce Lee to Wing Chun School in the summer of 1954. In the old days, the master would never teach the new students. It was up to the senior students to pass on the Wing Chun lessons to Bruce. As I was his Kung Fu Senior of many years, I was instructed by Grandmaster Yip man to train him. By 1995, one year into his Wing Chun training, Bruce progressed very fast, and already became a threat to most of the Wing Chun seniors as the majority of them were armchair martial artists. They discovered that Bruce was not a full blooded Chinese because his mother was half German and half Chinese. The seniors got together and put pressure on Professor Yip Man and tried to get Bruce kicked out of the Wing Chun School. Because racism was widely practised in Martial Arts School in Hong Kong, the art was not allowed to be taught to foreigners. Professor Yip Man had no other choice but to bow to their pressure, but he told Bruce that he could train with me and Sihing Wong Shun Leung. But most of the time we trained together...... More!






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Jin Jing Zhong:

"We collected all we had seen and heard, we gathered ancient manuscripts given to us by our tutors to compile the present edition".

"72 Arts are perfect exercises. First of all, it is necessary to assimilate the hornbook of mastership. Apt moment, apt time, apt mystery... Strictly observe instructions, and you will be able to become as perfect as the Dragon"

/Shaolin Tutor Chun Jin/   



Lam Sai Wing was one of the best fighters of his time, an outstanding master of Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu and a disciple of the legendary Wong Fei Hung.

At the beginning of twentieth century, supposedly in 1917-1923, when Lam Sai Wing was the Chief Instructor in hand-to-hand combat in the armed forces of Fujian province, he wrote three books on traditional Shaolin methods of the achievement of the highest mastership. In those books he scrutinized combat techniques of Tiger and Crane styles, as well as the old Shaolin method of developing the "internal" and "external" force.

The books are illustrated with a great number of fine drawings showing the author demonstrate his wonderful techniques. Until now the books of Master Lam Sai Wing serve as a basic textbook for those who seriously practices Southern Shaolin Kung Fu in China.

For the first time in English! 

Jin Jing Zhong

Authentic Shaolin Heritage: Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. 

(Tanjin, 1934) .

For the first time the book describes full training methods in all 72 Shaolin Arts. Being until recently for outsiders the most secret part of training of Shaolin monks, which made them invulnerable in fight, 72 Shaolin Arts at the present time become available to all who are ready to practice them persistently and with an open heart. Training methods described in the book allow to develop supernatural abilities, far beyond abilities of an ordinary man...

Now available in Paperback and eBook

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Lam Sai Wing

(1860 - 1943)

Secrets of Southern Shaolin - books by Lam Sai Wing

"Since my young years till now, for 50 years, I have been learning from Masters. I am happy that I have earned the love of my tutors who passed on me the Shaolin Mastery…"





















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