Bruce Lee’s Training & Workouts


Learn about my ebook SuperFunctional Fitness (availalbe for pre-order): https://www.thebioneer.com/product/superfunctional/

More info here: http://www.thebioneer.com/train-like-bruce-lee-insane-power-speed/

This video explains the awesome, unique training techniques of Bruce Lee in detail. This is how he developed his explosive power and speed, as well as his incredibly low bodyfat and amazing endurance.

Bruce Lee trained using a combination of compound and isolation lifts, as well as lots of running for cardio and bag work for HIIT. He trained a huge amount and was always experimenting and finding new ways to increase his strength, speed and power.

What was really interesting though was the way he worked his fast twitch muscle fibers and mind-muscle connection. He was ahead of his time as something of a biohacker and used techniques like overcoming isometrics, speed training and iso-contraction. All of which we shall be discussing in this video!

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thebioneer
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thebioneer
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thebioneer
Blog: http://www.thebioneer.com

Inspiration Alert – Keeping Track of Your Workouts

By keeping track of your workouts, you will also be able to tell right away the days you are missing out on exercise. If improving your health and fitness are truly goals you’re focusing on, then try not to let more than 3 days pass without some type of exercise. This is another reason why keeping tack of your workouts with a monthly wall calendar can help you stay focused on the task at hand.

Understanding Genes and Physical Fitness

DNA affects the human body in many ways. We are discovering that physical fitness is also governed by it as well.

How Exercise Can Help You Look and Feel Younger

It’s been proven many times over that exercising can help you look and feel younger, but exactly what kind of exercises should you be doing? Broken down into two broad categories, it should be a mix of cardio and strength training. Cardio Doing anything that raises your heart rate qualifies as cardio training. So whether you ride bike, walk, jog, play tennis or swim laps, all of it gets your blood flowing faster. This gets more oxygen to your cells and more carbon dioxide out.

Exercises and Workouts – Four Great Reasons To Add Swimming to Your Workout Program

If you’ve been slugging it out on your bike, elliptical, or treadmill for quite some time to get your cardio training in, it’s time to consider alternative options. While it’s great to stay committed to your workout program, doing the same type of exercise day in and day out is never going to yield you the results you’re after. Instead, consider swimming. It’s a great aerobic exercise to add to the mix and will offer numerous benefits. Here are some of the great reasons to consider this form of exercise…

How to Fit Everything You Want to Do Into One Day!

One of the many thoughts that goes through a college students head is “Why aren’t there enough hours in the day to get everything done?” I personally have had a problem with fitting everything I need to get done into one day, but there are many ways to fix or alter this problem!

5 Best Shoulder Workouts for Mass

Having beautiful, strong rounded shoulders is no easy thing. Many ignore the real workouts that need to be done to train the 3 deltoids equally. In this article you will learn 5 different workouts to include in your weekly routine and have well shaped shoulders.

Exercises and Workouts – Dissecting The Split Squat Exercise For Firmer Glutes

Looking to firm up your backside? Whether you want to improve your appearance or simply gain strength in your lower body so you can become more functionally fit in everyday life, the split squat is the perfect exercise to use. This one is definitely more challenging so not for a beginner, but after you’ve done 3 to 4 weeks of consistent strength training, you should really consider giving it a try. Let’s go over the main points to know about the split squat so you start doing it properly and hit the muscles as you should…

What Are Metabolic (Or HIIT) Conditioning Workouts And What Do They Do

Metabolic conditioning workouts, which are also referred to as High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) teach the body to access energy stores effectively during and after a workout. These workouts consist of lifting moderate to heavy weights or performing calisthenics in sets with targeted timed recovery breaks. This style of exercise elevates the heart rate quickly, adding a cardio component to the strength training regimen and causes the body to burn fat rapidly. How Do They Work? The body accesses energy based on the activity being performed. There are rapid, moderate, and slow energy burning modes within the metabolism. Metabolic Conditioning activates them synchronistically to maximize caloric burn.

Exercises and Workouts – Plank Variations to Try

As you go about your workout sessions, one core exercise that’s a must have for just about everyone, is the plank. This exercise is great for strengthening all the muscles running up and down your spinal column and will even challenge your shoulders and arms to some degree as well. Once you are able to perform the standard plank without a problem, then it’s time to take a closer look at what you can do to advance it and see even greater benefits. The plank exercise is one that will yield excellent results if you constantly strive to keep challenging yourself. Here’s what to know…

Four Reasons Why the Best Workouts Happen at Boxing Gyms

If you’re looking for a full-body workout, seek out local boxing gyms to learn sparring techniques, skills, and exercises. Practicing this sport improves cardiovascular health, tones muscles, and builds confidence.

90/10 Rule For Healthy Choices: Strong Habits Survive

Why is an 80/20 or 75/20 rule not a good rule of thumb for making healthy choices? Why is it a slippery slope to weak habits? Only strong habits survive. A 90/10 rule is reasonable without being risky.

The Health Benefits And Nutrition Of Soybeans And Growing Your Own

These days, people can take in soybeans in many ways. You can enjoy them after they have been processed in a factory to make soymilk, soy flour, miso, tofu, and tempeh. They are high in protein, which makes them an excellent protein source for vegetarians who need non-meat sources of protein. Soy protein is particularly helpful in that it contains eight essential amino acids (building blocks of life), which cannot be synthesized by the body. While you can purchase ready-made sources of soybeans, you can also grow them in your garden or field, harvest them, and cook them up in various dishes that need a healthy protein source.

You May Also Like