abrv. Short for Jeet Kune Do/Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do. JKD is not a martial arts style, butmore of a psychology or way of thinking which can be applied to any martial art and most fighting forms.
"teach a man a block and he can perform that block, but teach him the concept behind the block, and he can apply this to a whole range of blocks. That is Jeet Kune Do." -Bruce Lee
by Michael Born July 28, 2005
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abbrv. Jeet Kune Do, Martial Art developed by the late Bruce Lee which acknowledges the pros and cons of all martial arts and fighting forms and utilises anything that works from any system to achieve a martial art that has no set forms or "moves". See alsoOne Inch Punch
I'm gonna learn JKD, man
by JediAndi April 04, 2003
JKD or Jeet Kune Do was founded by the late Bruce Lee. JKD is also known as Jun Fan Gung Fu, Jun Fan being Bruce Lees chinese name. Jeet Kune Do means "the way of the intercepting fist" but even Bruce thought that he chose the name to early. JKD favors formlessness for being formless means that one can take the shape of any Martial Art.
by Ender November 05, 2003
Ah my friend you too are a fool and clearly know not what you speak of. Jeet Kune Do is something that Bruce Lee developed as something for himself. It was not necessarily ment for the general public. It was developed from Bruce's main style, Wing Chun, and combined what he thought would be necessary and what wouldn't. Bruce also said that if he could take back JKD he would. Although it was said that if he had completed his Wing Chun training, he probably wouldnt have created JKD.
by Captain Kern November 05, 2003