On This Issue’s Cover
BLACK BELT: For you, what is the most interesting part of Bruce Lee’s jeet kune do?
Young Seob Lee: That it incorporates techniques from both traditional Eastern martial arts and modern Western ϐ - lessly between them. It is interesting " " ϐ together in one system. Cody Roosa: It was the start of a more realistic approach to combat. When real combat is initiated, you see the ϐ " ǲ ǳ ϐ " like an animal. Bruce knew this, so instead of having a karate mindset or a judo or whatever kind of system bound by the limitations or the phi- losophy of that art hinder you, jeet kune do teaches to train in all ways of combat — to be able to adapt to whatever style or opponent is in front of you. Paul AP Duarte: That its concepts are applicable to every martial art ... the ϐ Ǥ ǡ many people have their idea of what is most important from it and can be as effective as someone who prioritizes its concepts differently. Pedro Olavarria: How it anticipated what we now see in MMA. Matthew James Wong: What is the most interesting part of Bruce Lee’s jeet kune do? Everything ... and nothing.