The Art of Expressing the Human Body Paperback
by Bruce Lee
Edited by John Little
Part of the Bruce Lee Library series
Learn the secrets to obtaining Bruce Lee's astounding physique with this insightful martial arts training book.
The Art of Expressing the Human Body, a title coined by Bruce Lee himself to describe his approach to martial arts, documents the techniques he used so effectively to perfect his body for superior health and muscularity.
Beyond his martial arts and acting abilities, Lee's physical appearance and strength were truly astounding.
He achieved this through an intensive and ever-evolving conditioning regime that is being revealed for the first time in this book.
Drawing on Lee's own notes, letters, diaries and training logs, Bruce Lee historian John Little presents the full extent of Lee's unique training methods including nutrition, aerobics, isometrics, stretching and weight training.
In addition to serving as a record of Bruce Lee's own training, The Art of Expressing the Human Body, with its easy-to-understand and simple-to-follow training routines, is a valuable source book for those who seek dramatic improvement in their health, conditioning, physical fitness, and appearance.
This Bruce Lee Book is part of the Bruce Lee Library which also features: Bruce Lee: Striking ThoughtsBruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden DragonBruce Lee: The Tao of Gung FuBruce Lee: Artist of LifeBruce Lee: Letters of the DragonBruce Lee: Jeet Kune Do
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, 120 b&w halftones
- Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
- Publication Date: 27/10/1998
- Category: Biography: general
- ISBN: 9780804831291
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Review by Mark_Oszoli
If there is one book that deals specifically with Bruce Lee's physical fitness routine this is it. The thing about this book tough is Bruce Lee was always researching new and better ways to train his body in order to supplement his martial art skills. So essentially this book is a amalgamation of all that research. If you are looking for a book that tells you to do 3 sets of this followed by 4 sets of that, than you should probably try something else.