Bruce Lee believed that many martial artists spent too much time on form and technique, and not enough on physical conditioning. Bruce began to combine three keys of ‘total fitness’ into his exercise routine, muscular, strength, endurance and flexibility.*
Bruce constantly experimented with training routines to push the human body to its limits. He believed the abdominal muscles were vittaly important to the martial artists, as they co-ordinated all parts of the body and acted as the central generator to control the body’s actions. Bruce was a fanatic about abdominal training, building a combination of sit-ups, crunches, Roman Chair movements, leg raises and V-dips into his daily workout schedule.
Bruce was a true pioneer in strength resistance training, understandig that muscle size and strength were not necessarily linked. His resistance training focussed not only on muscles, but also the ligaments and tendons which he realised were equally important in his quest for total physical fitness. He created his own fitness machines to assist his training requirements which did not exist at the time, until a change meeting with
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* Source: Bruce Lee – The Art of Expressing the Human Body by John Little