This training group has a capacity limit of 20 participants. Once we hit this number, registration will be closed. Be sure to secure your spot before the enrollment deadline on October 29th.
Our Intensive Training Groups (ITGs), or Hapsuk (合宿) in Cantonese, offer an immersive and concentrated exploration of specific subjects over a set duration. Designed for dedicated students with a deep desire to enhance their understanding of a particular field, these intensive sessions require a commitment to focused learning.
At the Maryland Jeet Kune Dojo, we conduct training programs last for six weeks each that equip each participant with an in-depth understanding of the subject matter and the ability to continue practicing and enhancing their skills.
Every ITG experience comes with:
Our intensive training groups are open to anyone with a genuine interest in learning. While you won't be expected to overextend yourself, you should be ready for accountability, engagement, and direct guidance from JB MuSsang Jaeger. We emphasize that this training requires commitment and active participation.
Please note, to ensure personalized attention, we limit the number of attendees to 20 students.
This Intensive Training Group has ended
五門: Five Gates
The Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do set known as Ng Mun, or Five Gates, consists of five entry points: Right High, Left High, Right Midline, Left Midline, and Low Line. This set serves as a fundamental training tool in Jeet Kune Do, developed by Bruce Lee. Each gate represents a specific defensive sector that allows practitioners to respond to attacks from different angles and heights. By practicing these gates, students learn to effectively defend themselves and counter-attack using Chinese Boxing strategies derived from Wing Chun.
In Wing Chun, the principles of 連消帶打 (Simultaneously Defending and Attacking) and 連手帶打 (Linking Hand, Bring Along Strike) are emphasized. The Five Gates set in Jeet Kune Do incorporates these Wing Chun strategies. Practitioners learn to defend themselves while simultaneously launching counter-attacks, allowing them to flow seamlessly between defense and offense. The continuous movement and fluid transitions in the Five Gates set mirror the concept of linking hands and strikes in Wing Chun. By mastering these principles, students develop the ability to defend against multiple attacks while maintaining an offensive mindset, making them versatile and effective fighters.
Enrollment for the Intensive Training Group opens to the public on October 26th and will remain open until we reach a maximum of 20 participants. If you're interested in joining, make sure to secure your spot before enrollment closes.