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Thread: The "BIBLE" of Jeet Kune Do

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    Sean Madigan Guest

    The "BIBLE" of Jeet Kune Do

    Hi All,

    Many Jeet Kune Do practitioners have come to call the Tao of Jeet Kune Do the "Bible" of JKD. If you do NOT have this book, and you consider yourself a martial artist, then you have to get your hands on this book. Oh, and if you but it though this link, takes 20% off the price. You pay only $11.60.

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    Here is what they say about it on
    To watch Bruce Lee on film is an amazing experience. Those who have read Tao of Jeet Kune Do, however, know that Lee's prose can also be exhilarating. This praiseworthy and enduring bestseller (mainly written over six months when Lee was bedridden with back problems) compiles philisophical aphorisms, explanations on technique, and sketches by the master himself.

    An international bestseller with over 236,000 copies sold, this is Bruce Lee's philosophic conception of the art of jeet kune do, in the original words, drawings and thoughts of the late master martial artist/film star himself.

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    Just ask any JKDer you know, and they will ALL recomend this book.

    It is truly a "MUST HAVE"

    All the best,

    BIG Sean Madigan

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    wisdom mind Guest
    no matter what style you definately will benefit from this book...GET ONE!

    its amazing to me, the degree of understanding that Bruce had and that he could convey the knowledge and WOULD convey the knowledge of fighting mechanics.

    I slept on this book for many years (slept on means - "didnt get" for those deficient in slang vernacular [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] )

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    jimmy23 Guest
    im not a JKD guy but any serious artist should read his book.he had a lot of great insights into technicque,but his principles of how to develop ones own art are what makes this book a must have

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    Rising Dragon Guest
    That is a useful aid in studying MA no matter what style you study. I thank Bruce for leaving behind those notes so we could see what was going through his head all that time and providing us with his insight from studying MA. RIP
    continue training... oh yeah, and buy the book if you don't have it...

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    blacktsun Guest
    I know I posted this in the jkd forum, but....

    The Art of War - Sun Tzu, and The Book of Five Spheres (rings) - Miyamoto Musashi....

    Two other 'must have books', imho.

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    8stepsifu Guest
    The tao of jeet kun do is packed with info and great tool for beginners or people who want a crash course in fighting.

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