It would not be good if we could catch a lot of clones and write them into a variety of martial arts at one time. Then, in the same time, we train everyone to see which one is the best … or best.
Unfortunately, because we do not have a clone, we always have our own ability to influence the style analysis.
Still, I like to compare styles. And after each such year I can "say" when a particular style is missing from one ingredient. I can also say that a style that is sufficiently progressive to create new demands for new strategies and techniques.
For years, martial artists have been asked to compare and contrast Jeet Kune Do (JKD) with JKD Concepts (Concepts).
JKD Compared & Contrary to JKD Concepts
Well, in one sentence … JKD Bruce Lee's Expression of Martial Arts and Concepts Dan Inosanto Combination with Philippine Martial Arts The principles of Jeet Kune Do.
But this still does not answer much. How do they differ? Which is the better style?
The unique element needs to be kept in mind. We are not clones. Some are young. Others are old. Some of us have a lot behind our techniques. Others may be petit (e).
Because of individual differences, each style has advantages and disadvantages. JKD Angles
For example, JKD is more loyal to midline theory than Concepts. He is very loyal. So, make two artists equal to each other, each style against each other.
If you are in a touching range, and if you are close angles, then JKD guy has a decisive advantage for Concepts man (or woman).
The side-by-side movements in Concepts get the trouble. But take these very side-by-side movements and put the Concepts guy against Tae Kwon Do, and the TKDer does not know how to handle such a narrow angle.
Note: Do not forget, each is relative. And I'm not talking about the whole system. For example, people's concept may be better in the closing range than most JKD schools. And the TKD can win for flexibility.
Both types of JKD deserve it. It may be easier to find the Concepts school. So it would be beneficial if you wanted to study one of them.
However, the real designs that a true JKD artist would avoid would be abundant in the Philippine version. The patterns are great for beginners. You experience a lot of improvement.
We could continue with each of the benefits and disadvantages.
Make JKD differences in a few paragraphs:
If you want to open a big school and want some kind of relationship with Bruce Lee's philosophy, however small I'm going to JKD Concepts be added. Great for big schools. And that's a plus if you're doing Hollywood choreography.
On the other hand, if you think Bruce Lee's philosophy is the set of efficiency, then I'll stick to Jeet Kune Do. Ultimately, you can learn a more effective, but less imaginative way to defend yourself. It emphasizes individual development and diversity as the other.
Source by Keith Pascal