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  • Jeet Kune Doby Teri Tom; Ted Wong

    Tuttle Publishing 2012; US$ 29.95

    Apply the combat science of Bruce Lee's revolutionary martial art! In a natural progression from the author's earlier work: The Straight Lead: The Core of Bruce Lee's Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do , Teri Tom takes the mechanics and strategies covered in that book and applies them to the rest of the JKD repertoire. With a foreword by Ted Wong, Bruce Lee's... more...

  • The Straight Leadby Teri Tom; Ted Wong; Shannon Lee Keasler

    Tuttle Publishing 2012; US$ 19.95

    "The straight punch is the core of Jeet Kune Do."?Bruce Lee The straight lead was a key element in Bruce Lee's development of his own personal style. It was designed to be uncomplicated, economical, and brutally effective but is not as simple as it might seem. Bruce Lee once described it the most difficult move in the Jeet Kune Do arsenal. Lee... more...

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