Jeet Kune Do & Wing Chun: Inexpensive Intro to Bruce Lee’s art

We’ve just added to our hurt books division one of the best explanations of Jeet Kune Do, its working and goals, that we’ve ever seen—Basics of Jeet Kune Do. This is one of the special series on Basics (we also have one by Sifu Paul Eng of Praying Mantis style) relying more on detailed explanations of the total system than simplified instructions on the mechanics of basics kicks and punches. A nice, conversational approach; this would be a perfect explanation of the system, or just a lot of tips for delivering movements you probably already know.

As noted, this new acquisition is in our “hurt book” section. We have about thirty of these so-called “hurt” books (which, as in this case, look like they just came off the bookstore shelf). You can pick up this book from us for $7.95, instead of the regular price of $16.95.

While you’re at it, don’t forget that we are now restocked in the great Randy Williams DVD series (now, at a lower price, and discounted for multiple copies). And if you are looking for a more detailed description of Wing Chun’s Kicking Methods, we highly recommend Osmond Lam’s extraordinary and well-reviewed Evolution of Wing Chun Kung Fu Kicking Techniques.

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