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Srinagar (Jammu - Kashmir) [India], May 20 ( ANI ): A new Martial art game, 'Jeet Kune Do', which has been recently introduced to Kashmiri players in Srinagar, has gained a lot of popularity in valley.
The only woman commando trainer in the country, she is also the highest-ranking woman instructor in the world of Jeet Kune Do -- Bruce Lee's martial art.
Frankie, 37, has been learning Jeet Kune Do since last year in a gym at Glasgow Cross.
She says: "My instructor in jeet kune do combined a bit of everything and we did grappling which is like wrestling.
Lee created his own style, Jeet Kune Do, which not only took the best of what the Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other martial arts offered but added in elements of boxing, wrestling and even the idea that weight lifting could be part of the system.
It is important to note that 'Liberate Yourself from Classical Karate' is one of the few definitive written statements given by Bruce Lee on the subject of what he wanted to teach--namely a revolutionary approach to martial arts that he called 'Jeet Kune Do.' [4] In Bruce Lee's words: 'Literally, "jeet" means to intercept or to stop; "kune" is the fist; and "do" is the way, the ultimate reality'; so, Jeet Kune Do means 'the way of the intercepting fist' (1971: 24).
Filming on her upcoming BBC3 drama Phoo Action went slightly awry when she injured a Jeet Kune Do specialist - and herself - during a stunt.
This possibility is Kato's foundation for the text, beautifully allegorized in the introduction, telling the story behind a now famous quotation from the anarchist and activist Emma Goldman, "If I can't dance, I don't want to be in your revolution," which allows Kato to draw conceptual intersections between the aesthetics of Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do or the music of Lauren Hill and the Zapatista movement, the "Battle of Seattle," or struggles against Japanese imperialism.
His journey started in 1977 at a local club in Slaithwaite and has progressed over 30 years from karate through to kickboxing, Kung Fu, Taekwondo, Eskrima and Jeet Kune Do, Pencak Silat and judo.
He enjoys socialising and, when he has time, rugby, cricket, badminton and Jeet Kune Do.
I started training with Justin and we did Jun Fan for awhile, Jeet Kune Do, and a basic blend of all these things like stick fighting and stuff like that.