Jeet Kune Do Boxing

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The creation of the Jeet Kune Do also goes through the study of boxing.

We are all aware of how challenging boxing is on the body both physically and mentally and it has no case is a discipline that is often borrowed from fitness to improve one’s appearance.

So much so that many industry insiders as both practitioners and commentators and enthusiasts agree that it is probably the hardest sport to compete in.

Now someone might say but even MMA or Muay Thai,or BJJ agree but I think they are still different ways of energy expenditure and also consider the number of shots.

The amount of effort, skill and dedication that he requires of his boxers is not second to any other sport, not even tennis, football, or basketball and it is no coincidence that those who try to do a structured boxing training even if trained immediately discover how the way the body draws energy in this sport is of an intensity that those who have never tried can not understand , that’s why it’s the sport that has enormous respect from all over the sporting world because those who have tried know what it means.

Look beyond appearances!

Also consider that it’s not just an athletic gesture but also strategy, you get shots, it really is not for everyone.

Boxing is one of the oldest combat disciplines, and has developed and improved following hundreds of years of sports practice but not only.

Nicknamed “the sweet science” or “the noble art”, it is a discipline that is continuously elaborated and perfected at every fight by increasingly performing and creative athletes and coaches who study every day new methods and strategies tailored to opponents and boxing styles, to get ready before the eyes of an audience exalted and excited by the sporting clash.

All this and much more makes boxing one of the major activities to integrate with whatever martial art you practice and it is no coincidence that it has influenced one of the men who have shaped the way we intend to fight today, I’m talking about Bruce Lee.

Lee was a careful scholar of many martial arts, a precursor of multi-disciplinarity, the search for real combat and athletic training aimed at combat.

Every art teaches you something important and allows you to feel more comfortable in different situations!

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