Unlike a lot of martial arts, Jeet Kune Do emphasizes attack more than defense. Bruce Lee described JKD as being “offensive-defense”. While many martial arts focus on defending an attack with some sort of block followed by a strike of some kind, our defense is based on attacking into the attacker. The ideal is to intercept your opponent’s attack. Bruce Lee named this new art “Jeet Kune Do” which means “The Way Of The Intercepting Fist”. This new art was made up of mostly Western fencing, Western boxing and Wing Chun Kung Fu. In this DVD, Sifu Tim Tackett analyzes the ideas of the “Stop Hit”, broken rhythm, primary and secondary attacks, the 5 modes of attack, feinting and faking, the lines of attack, the 5 straight blasts, and several examples of basic attack training. Available at www.budointernational.net For DVD Downloading visit also www.budointernationalvideo.com