Tao of Jeet Kune Do

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Ohara Publications, 1975 - Sports & Recreation - 208 pages
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This book was written by Bruce Lee in 1970 when he injury his back. His doctors ordered him to discontinue the practice of martial arts and to remain in bed to allow his back to heal. He stayed in bed, virtually flat on his back for six months, but he couldn't keep his mind from working- the result of which is this book. The bulk of these writings was done at that time, but many scattered notes were recorded at earlier and later times.

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I figured this book was going to be freaking fantastic and I was wrong! It is ten times better then that. I never realized that Bruce Lee was such a philosopher. The man was my hero and is even more ... Read full review

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Way ahead of his time! At the time there was no mixed martial arts and was thought by some schools to be sacrilege. He helped lay the ground work for modern MMA. I give the Gracie family their due respect but still feel Bruce Lee is the Godfather of mixed martial arts. Get this book if you are interested in MMA it is still very relevant.  

Contents

Zen
7
Organized Despair
14
The Facts of Jeet Kune Do
23
Copyright

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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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