In 1970, Bruce Lee suffered a back injury that confined him to bed.
Rather than allowing this to slow his growth as a martial artist, he read feverishly on Eastern philosophy and Western psychology and self help books, constructing his own views on the totality of combat and life.
It was during this time that Lee wrote 7 volumes containing his thoughts, ideas, opinions, and research into the art of unarmed combat, and how it applies to the everyday life.
Some of this material was posthumously published in 1975, but much more existed.
This landmark book serves as a more complete presentation of Bruce Lee's notes on his art of Jeet Kune Do.
The development of his unique martial art form, its principles, core techniques, and lesson plans are presented here in Lee's own words.
It also features Lee's illustrative sketches and his remarkable treatise on the nature of combat, success through martial arts, and the importance of a positive mental attitude in training.
In addition, there are a series of "Questions Every Martial Artist Must Ask Himself," that Lee posed to himself and intended to explore as part of his own development, but never lived to complete.
Jeet Kune Do: A Comprehensive Guide to Bruce Lee's Martial Way is a book every Bruce Lee fan must have.