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When to Use Stop Hits

The teachings of Jeet Kune Do center on the economy of motion, which means that JKD practitioners go for efficiency and simplicity. When we say efficiency, that’s when an attack reaches its target in the least amount of time but with the maximum amount of effort.

Simplicity, on the other hand, is a flow of that is direct and uncomplicated. One of the core techniques of JKD that reflect these two principles mentioned above is called the Stop Hit.

By definition, stop hits are a strategy that combines attack and defense into one smooth motion in order to minimize the “time” element. You attack your opponent while he is still preparing to attack you. You are not giving your opponent the chance to attack you so there is no need to block it. Rather, you intercept it. It’s like you are one solid step ahead in attack and defense.

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