In any modern ring match, striking is absolutely not allowed. However, in self-defense, in the face of an enemy stronger than oneself, armies are a very effective and powerful means to stop further aggression by the enemy. Hitting the enemy’s chest allows you to achieve the maximum results in the shortest time with a small force.
In Bruce Lee’s book “The Way of Jeet Kune Do”, Bruce Lee once drew an attack map of key parts of the human body that “takes the eyes from the top and the yin from the bottom”. This picture illustrates Bruce Lee’s concept of self-defense and self-defense in Jeet Kune Do.
3 combat examples have been compiled to demonstrate Jeet Kune Do’s fighting techniques in self-defense.
In the following illustration, the person dressed in black is us. Those who wear white shirts are enemies.
Both sides stand in right-hand fighting and confront each other (Figure 1). We feign an attack on the enemy’s eyes with a left palm mark, forcing the enemy to defend and shift its attention upwards (Figure 2).
Immediately following the upward movement, we step forward with our left foot and approach us, then raise our right leg to prepare for the next attack (Figure 3). Moving up, we quickly hit the enemy in the arm with a low right hook kick, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 4).
Both sides stand in a right-sided fighting posture and confront each other (Figure 5). We took the initiative to attack, and while the enemy’s attention was on the upper plate, we quickly attacked the knee joint or calf neck of the enemy’s right leg with a low right front kick (Figure 6).
Immediately after the upward movement, our side took advantage of the pain and slow reaction of the enemy’s right knee joint or right calf cranchous, and quickly landed on the enemy’s right foot outside the rear of the right foot to prevent it from retreating and escaping, while the upper body turned to the left and pushed the enemy’s right elbow joint to the right with the left hand to seal the attack of his right hand, and then quickly slammed the enemy’s chest from the bottom up with the right palm, severely damaging the enemy (Fig. 7, Fig. 8).
Both sides stand in a right-sided fighting style and confront each other; The enemy takes the initiative to attack, steps forward with the left foot, and then kicks and kicks our right leg knee or calf neck; Our right leg took half a step back and dodged the enemy’s right leg attack (Figure 9). Constantly moving upwards, our side took advantage of the enemy’s right leg to retract but was not firmly established, and quickly kicked out a low right hook kick and kicked the enemy’s chest, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 10).