The Unbelievable Bruce Lee Workout Routine (Part One)


The Bruce Lee Work out Routine was an amazing accomplishment, and it resulted in Bruce being able to do superhuman feats of strength. (See part two of this article for a list of these accomplishments.) That Bruce Lee did it day after day, month after month, year after year, describes a human toughness that is amazing.

bruce lee work outBefore one even thinks about doing a Bruce Lee work out, one should understand that the Bruce Lee Workout Routine depended upon one simple principle. The mind is stronger than the body, and can make the body go through anything. In spite of doctor’s words, Bruce pushed himself through his regular work outs with beyond human intensity.

From seven to nine every morning Bruce would work in abdominal exercises, flexibility, and running. From eleven to twelve he would do weight lifting and cycling. This was the core of his physical training, and he would spend odd times throughout the day working in specialized techniques.

In the progress of his weight lifting Bruce would practice things like squats, push ups, reverse curls, concentration curls, reverse wrist curls, wrist curls and French presses. He would regularly focus on fast twitch and slow twitch muscle movement. Interestingly, in the beginning Bruce believed that bigger muscles were stronger muscles, but later on, towards Bruce Lee’s death, he came to believe that this wasn’t so.

He was a true believer of the highest order when it came to doing abdominal exercises. He worked the abs every work out, but he also did them at odd times through the day and into the night. He believed in sit Roman Chair exercises, ups, crunches, V ups and leg raises.

Another favorite exercise with Bruce was running and cycling. He would regularly run two to five miles, usually in fifteen to forty-five minutes. He would also ride a standing bike for 45 minutes, usually putting in 10 miles.

Some of Bruce Lee’s secondary exercises were totally beyond belief. He loved jump roping, and after doing the stationary bike he would do as many as 800 jumps. He also loved to thrust his bare mitts into buckets of sand, and he would do as many as 500 repetitions of this ancient toughening drill.

In conclusion, one should be careful when trying to do a work out such as described here. Remember that even Bruce Lee worked up to a level, he didn’t just blast it and put his body at risk. Once you have worked up to a high level of the Bruce Lee Workout Routine, however, you should be capable of superhuman feats, too.

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4 thoughts on “The Unbelievable Bruce Lee Workout Routine (Part One)

    1. alcase Post author

      I loved the Green Hornet. I had just started Kenpo, used to rush home form lessons to get my Bruce Lee fix.

      Reply
  1. Jeet Kune Do Online Training

    Bruce Lee was an incredible martial artist and the impact of his amazing physical attributes is still being felt today. He still sets the standard for speed, power, and of course, washboard abs. He trained intensely to sculpt a perfect, functionally fit body.

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  2. Durga Charan

    i am a fan of bruce from my 13th year of birth,i practiced martial arts by taking him as an inspiration,he is my passive master……its true and very hard to become like him

    Reply

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