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Jeet Kune Do
Jeet Kune Do is Bruce Lee's concepts-based martial arts approach. This is functional Jeet Kune Do, not the "theatrical" Jeet Kune Do that Bruce Lee does in his movies. Functional Jeet Kune Do is based on simplicity, directness and non-traditional fighting. It was designed to end the fight in seconds.
Kali is the ancient form of the Filipino Martial Arts. It was designed exclusively for warfare. It emphasizes the use of practical and tactical weapons, such as blades, swords, sticks, and knives, over empty hands. However, Kali also trains in empty hands. Kali is based on the use of bladed weapons. Its primary concept is called "De-Fanging the Snake," also known as Destructions.
Silat is the indigenous fighting art of Southeast Asia. It was made for real combat. The Maphilindo Silat program was developed by Guro Dan Inosanto. He combined the training he received from his Malaysian, Philippine, and Indonesian teachers into one curriculum. Silat is famous for its fast and brutal takedowns. Silat applies its techniques effortlessly using leverage and physics.
Wing Chun is the famous close range martial art from Hong Kong via China. Known as a purely self defense art, Wing Chun is very popular internationally. Its rapid fire punches, its use of trapping hands, its tactile sensitivity training aka Chi Sao make it very effective at close quarters.
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand. Known for its powerful leg kicks, Muay Thai uses elbows, knees, kicks and punches to fight. Combat Submission Wrestling trains in clinching, grappling and ground fighting, as well as kickboxing. CSW blends Muay Thai with Shooto, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and American Wrestling.