Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2010
This book had more than I imagined. I have the Tao of Jeet Kune Do, and while that book covers the philosophy of Lee's fighting method, this book goes into detail about how he actually trained his body. This book breaks it down, body group by body group, as well as insight on his training methods, his progressions, and his nutrition.

It's easy, with this book, to not only follow his regimen to a T (good luck with that. Lee trained 4-7 hours a day), but you can add portions of his workouts into your own. One of my favorite parts is that he began every day with stretching. It's a great way to begin each day with a sense of calm and a primer for your body. It's a fun habit to add to your daily fitness routine.

You wanna be the best, you gotta train like the best. And this book is the ultimate breakdown. If you're a Lee fan, this book is a must-have. The insight you gain into his daily life, his motivation, and his dedication is amazing.
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