Applied Fighting Methods 

A PRACTICAL STREET SELF-DEFENSE

Filipino *Panantukan Kali Silat* Method

Panantukan; consists of upper body striking 
techniques such as punches, elbows, and  headbutts. It also includes low-line kicks and knee strikes to the legs, shins, and groin.
Panantukan Kali Silat is not a sport, 
but rather a warrior mindset fighting method developed 
in the Philippines. With the knife, palmstick, 
and 
baston a continued part of our training.

IMPROVEMENT, BY PROGRESSIVE CHANGE
The notion of change is essential to Jeet Kune Do. The concept advocates learning, 
experiencing, and evolving above all things. 
-- GM Daniel Inosanto --

P R A C T I C A L   T R A I N I N G

T H E  C O R E

J E E T  K U N E  D O  C O N C E P T S

Chinese *Modern Chung Kuo Chuan* Method

Modern Chung Kuo Chuan is characterized by the combination of practiced forms today. Removing tradition and sport, with a focus on street self defense. The techniques taught in original Chung Kuo Chuan can trace their roots back to the 
original style which came from the Shaolin.

WHAT IS A PRACTICAL STREET SELF-DEFENSE?
"Jeet Kune Do is training and discipline toward the ultimate reality in combat. The ultimate reality is simple, direct, and free."  
"Knowing is not enough; 
we must APPLY. 
Willing is not enough: we must DO."   
-- Sijo Bruce Lee --

OUR (8) TRAINING GOALS TOWARD A PRACTICAL STREET SELF-DEFENSE
We focus on all the ranges of combat (1), building attributes (2), "absorbing what is useful" and discarding the rest (3), staying progressive (4), 
simple and direct (5), removing tradition and sport (6), applied training (7), self discovery (8),      -- Punong Guro/Sifu Mike  --

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