Trapping Range Control, Shoulder Check Application, Bruce Lee Teaching advice
Part 2 of 4 from my private video training Diary:
1:29 Trapping Range Control
Jerry's forte has always been trapping. Like no other instructor that I trained with. Daniel Lee focused on boxing, footwork, and classical Wing Chun while other JKD instructors (mostly 2nd generation) had no idea of how to apply trapping principles like Bruce Lee taught and performed. Jerry was unique at this.
2:43 Difference Between Classical Wing Chun and Jeet Kune Do
So many times I have encountered Wing Chun instructors claiming JKD is JUST Wing Chun and I remember the heated arguments I got into with them...in person.
This is a GOOD example of what that difference is. Beware of JKD charlatans out there supporting the Wing Chun = JKD claims...there are quite a bit out there on YouTube.
2:56 Explosive Shoulder Check
This is a technique I particularly like because I am reminded of the story Jerry told me regarding Bruce Lee's use of the Bong Sao as a body check. I'll be doing a video on this in the future.
Bruce Lee was not only innovative in developing techniques but also in his teaching methods. He did not participate in large crowd martial arts classes so this brought a unique edge to his presentation methods which is why a majority of his students have retained the information to this day he taught them. This video contains a brief sampling of what that was like.
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Continuing the lesson that was recorded June 2 2002 during a private lesson with my personal Digital Video Camera.
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