Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do

Dr. Prakash Mugali (AIJH Instructor - Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do) is the first Trainer in North Karnataka to offer Jeet Kune Do (Art & Philosophy of Bruce Lee) under the Authetic Lineage of Grandmaster Major Deepak Rao (Master Instructor & Asean Pioneer of Jeet Kune Do). Dr. Prakash is also an affiliate of UCCA Professional Blackbelt Training Academy.

Apart from Jeet Kune Do, we also train in Mixed Martial Arts, Simple Self Defense, Kick-boxing etc. We provide a very unique environment to learn martial arts with modern equipment under personnel supervision of Dr. Prakash Mugali.

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The reality of combat is that, combat is savage and brutal and knows no style. When faced with a taller, stronger, heavier and more aggressive man one tends to get into a mess if he has not trained in the familiar circumstances. Bruce Lee, a legendary Martial Artist of the 70s, made a bold statement through his innovation & development that most Martial Arts styles focus on the tradition and good form alone. He said the flashy "flowery techniques" would arguably "look good" but were often not practical or would prove ineffective in street survival and self-defense situations. This is the precise reason Lee developed his Art and Philosophy of fighting and called it Jeet Kune Do.

One of the premises that Lee incorporated in Jeet Kune Do was "combat realism." He insisted that martial arts techniques should be incorporated based upon their effectiveness in real combat situations. This would differentiate JKD from other systems where there was an emphasis on "flowery technique", as Lee would put it. This premise would differentiate JKD from other "sport"-oriented martial arts systems that were geared towards "tournament" or "point systems" (traditional martial art). Lee felt that these systems were "artificial" and fooled their practitioners into a false sense of true martial skill. Lee utilized safety gear from various other contact sports to allow him to spar with opponents "full out". This approach to training allowed practitioners to come as close as possible to real combat situations with a high degree of safety.

Jeet Kune Do is not a static art form. It is not fixed template. Every artist has to evolve with the art and the art has to evolve as well. Eventually ones Jeet Kune Do journey has to keep the search for the ultimate reality of combat suited for his or her own way of fighting. Thus any fighter who is striving to develop his own unique style of fighting tested by the reality of combat and structured by the core concepts & philosophy of Jeet Kune Do is very much ones own customised Jeet Kune Do.

Ultimately the artist has to keep in mind that the ARTIST IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE ART ITSELF.

At Belgaum Fight Club, Dr. Prakash has brought this unique and most sought after Martial Arts, Jeet Kune Do to Belgaum for the first time under the Authentic Lineage. After about 5 years of training in Traditional Martial Arts, Dr. Prakash has been training in Jeet Kune Do & Unarmed Combat for over a decade now and he imbibes the Teachings of Major Deepak Rao deeply not only in combat but in Life as well. Come Experience the world famous Art yourself.