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- Dan Inosanto: On Why “Bruce Lee Was The Greatest Of All Time”
- Grandmaster Dan Inosanto reveals one of Bruce Lee’s biggest secrets
- Bruce Lee’s Protege Recalls His Humility Amid ‘Once Upon a Time’ Criticism
Dan Inosanto: On Why “Bruce Lee Was The Greatest Of All Time”
Bruce Lee .VS. Dan Inosanto in 'Game of Death' Original Movie 1972come la compagna di scuola
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What many may not know is that Lee was an avid practitioner of the Filipino escrima stick fighting. Lee demonstrates escrima, using doble baston double sticks to subdue the guards. What many may not know is, Inosanto taught Lee how to use nunchaku through the Filipino equivalent called tabok-toyok. Because many Filipino martial arts are weapons-based systems, it could be assumed that Inosanto was chosen for the film to properly represent the art. The movie also touches on the aspect of adaptation as the film progresses; Lee must eventually fight Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is seven feet tall. From these two movies and the concepts drawn from them, you can see how Filipino martial arts helped promote the success of Bruce Lee. Many are unaware that Filipino martial arts exist, yet they had been utilized by one of the most iconic martial artists to ever live.
Grandmaster Dan Inosanto reveals one of Bruce Lee’s biggest secrets
Bruce Lee’s Protege Recalls His Humility Amid ‘Once Upon a Time’ Criticism
Dan Inosanto began training in martial arts at the age of 11 receiving instruction from his uncle who first taught him traditional Okinawan Karate and later also Judo and Jujutsu. He was a student of Ed Parker , from whom he received a shodan rank in American Kenpo. The film I Am Bruce Lee provided Inosanto an opportunity to reveal a little-known fact about the friendship the two men shared. Inosanto was teacher to Bruce Lee, introducing him to nunchaku. Inosanto explained that he introduced the weapon to Lee, taught him the basics and some exercises to get him started on his weapons training. The Game of Death movie, one of the most recognizable of the Bruce Lee films, showcases the use of the nunchaku by Lee and Inosanto.
When it comes to martial arts and cinema, Bruce Lee is an icon. Jeet Kune Do is a philosophy of martial arts drawing from different disciplines invented by Lee that is often credited with paving the way for modern mixed martial arts MMA. Inosanto continues to practice and teach it today. Inosanto has not yet seen the film but says that from his memories of Lee on a working set, he never saw the San Francisco-born, Hong Kong-raised actor being braggadocious or engaging in scraps for the sake of showing off. Maybe he was cocky in as far as martial arts because he was very sure of himself. He was worlds ahead of everyone else.