Bruce Lee's Fighting Method: Advanced Techniques

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Black Belt Communications, 1977 - Sports & Recreation - 126 pages
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The legendary fighter teaches how to perform jeet kune do's most devastating strikes and exploit an opponent's weaknesses with crafty counterattacks like finger jabs and spin kicks. In addition, Lee breaks down the attributes that make up the ultimate warrior and reveals how to develop the proper tactics and attitude for victory. As the fourth and final volume in the Bruce Lee's Fighting Method series, it contains detailed illustrations and vintage photos capturing Lee in his prime. This essential series, compiled and organized by his close friend, Mito Uyehara, is the perfect companion to Bruce Lee's classic text, Tao of Jeet Kune Do.
 

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This book was good Bruce Lee sould always be remember by wise and legacy.Im glad he was not racial and he taught to who ever wanted to learn,he wouldint be like another chinese teacher and just wont even let you in the door.He fought so that way people who were not chinese could learn. Alot of people respect that from bruce.thats all i got to say about the one and only BRUCE LEE. 

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nice theory..

Contents

Hand Techniques for Offense Part II
44
Leading Shin and Knee Kick
68
Art of Counterattacking
94
Speed
120
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Granted exclusive access to Lee's personal notes, sketches, and readings, John Little is the world's preeminent authority on Bruce Lee and his work.

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