“Adapt For Life” JKD Seminar for charity featuring Paul Vunak, Friday June 27th @ 630pm


The Art of Jun Fan Trapping

When we think of Bruce Lee, we think of the movies, the theatrics, jumping, spinning, kicking,

and yelling.  But there is also a functional side to jeet kune do. 

What most people don't know is that Bruce Lee was a World Class Streetfighter at 135 lbs. 

What he discovered was that in a street fight, regardless of what art you study, taekwondo,

kickboxing, boxing, karate, wrestling, or ju- jitsu there exists a fundamental truth. 

There are only four ranges you can fight in.  They are Kicking, Punching, Trapping, and

Grappling range.

Bruce Lee realized (in the 60's) that most martial arts trained and fought in maybe one or

two ranges of combat.  They either specialized in kicking and punching or grappling ranges. 

TKD and Karate guys can kick, Boxers box, MMA fighters take guys to the ground and pound. 

But nobody knows how to fight in the most lethal range.  Trapping.

When we talk about trapping, we're generally talking about the momentary immobilisation of a

limb in order to score with a hit.

Trapping is the range where your most intense tools come into action and are designed to put

people out of commision very quickly. 

Harinder Sabharwal has studied and taught various martial arts in his 23 years of training.

Harinder Sabharwal is a Certified Jeet Kune Do instructor under both Legendary Jeet Kune

Do Pioneers Paul Vunak and original Bruce Lee student Larry Hartsell.  Harinder also holds

Black Belts in Traditional Okinawan Karate and has extensively studied Muai- Thai, Wing- Chun,

Tai-Chi, Brazilian Ju- Jitsu, and Boxing.

He is the official Bay Area, California representative of Progressive Fighting Systems(PFS)

and Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do Grappling Association.

PFS has predominantly been an organization that trains our elite forces, such as Navy Seals,

DEA, FBI, SWAT and over 50 Police Departments.  Now we are focusing on training the civilian


Assault Proof Now!



Bay Area, CA

Sifu Paul Vunak on the

cover of Black Belt, April 08.