Overall, the main content of this book is solid. The author gives us a glimpse of Bruce Lee's training method and methodology, and I feel this book would be a valuable reference for anyone interested in martial arts, or fitness in general. As you may notice, I am rating this book as 3/5 stars. There are a couple reasons I am deducting 2 stars.
1. The author padded the book a bit too much. I found some of the motivations for each chapter to be too long-winded. Bruce Lee seemed to care a lot about efficiency, and the book isn't presented in an efficient way. 2. Having the lists of exercises and the descriptions of each is really nice. The pictures included have little-to-nothing to do with the exercises, however. It would be great to have some helpful figures/photos for each of the exercises (yes, I realize YouTube exists... but again, fancy pictures of Bruce Lee are not helpful at all, and simply add to the fluff.