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Compiled from Bruce Lee's notes and writings, Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the seminal book presenting the martial art created by Bruce Lee himself. Jeet Kune Do was a revolutionary new approach to the martial arts in its time and is the principal reason why Bruce Lee is revered as a pioneer by martial artists today, many decades after his death. The development of his unique Compiled from Bruce Lee's notes and writings, Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the seminal book presenting the martial art created by Bruce Lee himself. Jeet Kune Do was a revolutionary new approach to the martial arts in its time and is the principal reason why Bruce Lee is revered as a pioneer by martial artists today, many decades after his death. The development of his unique martial art form—its principles, core techniques, and lesson plans—are all presented in this book in Bruce Lee's own words and notes. This book is the complete and official version of Jeet Kune Do which was originally published by Tuttle Publishing in cooperation with the Lee family in 1997. It is still the most comprehensive presentation of Jeet Kune Do available. This Jeet Kune Do book features Lee's illustrative sketches and his remarkable notes and commentaries on the nature of combat and achieving success in life through the martial arts, as well as the importance of a positive mental attitude during training. Also, there is a series of "Questions Every Martial Artist Must Ask Himself" that Lee posed to himself and intended to explore as part of his development, but never lived to complete. Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the book every Bruce Lee fan must have in his collection. This Bruce Lee Book is part of the Bruce Lee Library which also features: Bruce Lee: Striking Thoughts Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden Dragon Bruce Lee: The Tao of Gung Fu Bruce Lee: Artist of Life Bruce Lee: Letters of the Dragon Bruce Lee: The Art of Expressing the Human Body


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Compiled from Bruce Lee's notes and writings, Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the seminal book presenting the martial art created by Bruce Lee himself. Jeet Kune Do was a revolutionary new approach to the martial arts in its time and is the principal reason why Bruce Lee is revered as a pioneer by martial artists today, many decades after his death. The development of his unique Compiled from Bruce Lee's notes and writings, Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the seminal book presenting the martial art created by Bruce Lee himself. Jeet Kune Do was a revolutionary new approach to the martial arts in its time and is the principal reason why Bruce Lee is revered as a pioneer by martial artists today, many decades after his death. The development of his unique martial art form—its principles, core techniques, and lesson plans—are all presented in this book in Bruce Lee's own words and notes. This book is the complete and official version of Jeet Kune Do which was originally published by Tuttle Publishing in cooperation with the Lee family in 1997. It is still the most comprehensive presentation of Jeet Kune Do available. This Jeet Kune Do book features Lee's illustrative sketches and his remarkable notes and commentaries on the nature of combat and achieving success in life through the martial arts, as well as the importance of a positive mental attitude during training. Also, there is a series of "Questions Every Martial Artist Must Ask Himself" that Lee posed to himself and intended to explore as part of his development, but never lived to complete. Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do is the book every Bruce Lee fan must have in his collection. This Bruce Lee Book is part of the Bruce Lee Library which also features: Bruce Lee: Striking Thoughts Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden Dragon Bruce Lee: The Tao of Gung Fu Bruce Lee: Artist of Life Bruce Lee: Letters of the Dragon Bruce Lee: The Art of Expressing the Human Body

30 review for Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do: Bruce Lee's Commentaries on the Martial Way

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leslie D. Soule

    This was an excellent volume, though I must admit, it was not quite what I was expecting. It's 400 pages, but I got through it in a day - mostly because it's filled with pages that look pretty similar to my own notes from countless martial arts classes (lists of variations on moves, etc.) This book shows that Bruce Lee was ultimately an outstanding fighter and martial artist, who thoroughly understood the spirit of his art and the various other martial arts styles that he incorporated into Jeet This was an excellent volume, though I must admit, it was not quite what I was expecting. It's 400 pages, but I got through it in a day - mostly because it's filled with pages that look pretty similar to my own notes from countless martial arts classes (lists of variations on moves, etc.) This book shows that Bruce Lee was ultimately an outstanding fighter and martial artist, who thoroughly understood the spirit of his art and the various other martial arts styles that he incorporated into Jeet Kune Do.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael Murphy

    This book did touch on much of his own beliefs and ideas on Jeet Kune Do (JKD). Although it was written in such a fashion that it was much like his TAO OF JEET KUNE DO, which is not a problem to me. It was a quick read and there were many things one could pick up on within the text of this book. If you are a Bruce Lee fan or a martial arts fan, you will like what this book has to offer!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Edson Avelar

    For anyone trying to learn martial arts not to be strong or to defend yourself but to find who you are this book is one to read. This book helps you find freedom through physical expression.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dustin

    I read these books over and over for a reason. WORTH IT.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Luce

    It is a collection of notes that Bruce Lee wrote while healing from an injury. It is not a book, or even cohesive. There are lists and repetitive thoughts, collections of Bruce Lee's favorite aphorisms and a lot of definitions. It may have made sense if someone curated/edited the notes, or framed his ideas in a context. It is a collection of notes that Bruce Lee wrote while healing from an injury. It is not a book, or even cohesive. There are lists and repetitive thoughts, collections of Bruce Lee's favorite aphorisms and a lot of definitions. It may have made sense if someone curated/edited the notes, or framed his ideas in a context.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Some really great gems of wisdom in here, but also quite a lot of repetition and long bullet point lists without any explanation or elaboration to them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alfredo

    This book is really deep, explains everything about the philosophy of Jeet Kune Do to the techniques and training.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ken Yeon

    This book is for people who want to free themself, and not for those who want to be "strong" or try to defend themself. Altough it's not too much about how to fight, it's an excellent book to study before learning to fight. To understand what you really want This book is for people who want to free themself, and not for those who want to be "strong" or try to defend themself. Altough it's not too much about how to fight, it's an excellent book to study before learning to fight. To understand what you really want

  9. 4 out of 5

    Diego

    John little has done a great job compiling Sijo Bruce Lee. These lesser known gives a lot to insight to the Martial genius thoughts on combat that are still relevant today

  10. 4 out of 5

    Fares Hassan

    BRUCE LEE JEET KUNE DO

  11. 4 out of 5

    Matthew.Mcclintic

    In the beginning of this book it tells you how Bruce pee became Brice lee the awesome matcail artist that he is and about his friends that helped him on the way there and it's great.tward the end it talks about techniques uses for Bruce lee's meet kune do. Then it ends with some pictures that he used to draw for training of corse he drew those before ho had died. In the beginning of this book it tells you how Bruce pee became Brice lee the awesome matcail artist that he is and about his friends that helped him on the way there and it's great.tward the end it talks about techniques uses for Bruce lee's meet kune do. Then it ends with some pictures that he used to draw for training of corse he drew those before ho had died.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Skyqi

    Bruce Lee was a martial arts superstar of television and movies starting back in the late 1960's. He was an actor that had an amazing on-screen charisma and seemed destined for a long, successful career. Unfortunately, he died tragically at 32 years old from a cerebral edema, or brain swelling. He was also an expert martial artist and teacher that left behind writings included in this book about his martial art Jeet Kune Do and combat techniques. I only had a very superficial knowledge of Bruce Bruce Lee was a martial arts superstar of television and movies starting back in the late 1960's. He was an actor that had an amazing on-screen charisma and seemed destined for a long, successful career. Unfortunately, he died tragically at 32 years old from a cerebral edema, or brain swelling. He was also an expert martial artist and teacher that left behind writings included in this book about his martial art Jeet Kune Do and combat techniques. I only had a very superficial knowledge of Bruce Lee from some of his movies. I feel like I learned a lot about him through these writings. This book is definitely worth your time. It is a great way to learn more about Bruce Lee, his combat techniques and his philosophies for success. Even if you are not a serious martial arts student, there are self-defense ideas here that anyone can use. In short, this was an interesting and educational book that I thoroughly enjoyed. Highly recommended.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Koziołek

    Great book, great mind. Twenty-something who thought like a wiseman, this is quite rare nowadays. There're not only things Bruce learned but also - and more importantly first of all - things he thought through very carefully and experienced by himself. He had a great ability of fathoming the most important things out and his notes are now in this book. Great book, great mind. Twenty-something who thought like a wiseman, this is quite rare nowadays. There're not only things Bruce learned but also - and more importantly first of all - things he thought through very carefully and experienced by himself. He had a great ability of fathoming the most important things out and his notes are now in this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Phong Van

    Philosophical side of Martial Arts

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bobby

    One of the got to have this one books.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Atherton Asbury

    I love reading his views on the martial arts and how they apply to every day life.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Arthur Caudill

    Excellent

  18. 4 out of 5

    Andrias

    from the book itself, it was copyrighted under Linda Lee Caldwell, edited and compiled by John Little. Bruce Lee was not alive in 1997.

  19. 4 out of 5

    John

    Additional notes from Bruce Lee's notebooks and marginalia from his library. Wonderful material to consider, chew-on, and put into action for experience. Additional notes from Bruce Lee's notebooks and marginalia from his library. Wonderful material to consider, chew-on, and put into action for experience.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Minh Ho

    This book makes a lot more sense to me now than when I first read it as a teenager. Very insightful.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    I liked this book. It's mostly commentary and notes by Bruce Lee, so if you're looking for an autobiography or book on jeet kune do, this isn't for you. It's a good read for Lee fans, though. I liked this book. It's mostly commentary and notes by Bruce Lee, so if you're looking for an autobiography or book on jeet kune do, this isn't for you. It's a good read for Lee fans, though.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gesia Asyara

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kelley

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mike T

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ramon Salazar

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marsid

  28. 4 out of 5

    AJ

  29. 5 out of 5

    Modesto Garza

  30. 4 out of 5

    Molly

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