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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mehr als Fitness eine Dokumentation
Das Buch ist kein gewöhnliches Fitness Buch ,es beinhaltet Bruce Lee's persönliches Notizen bezüglich seines Training und ist deshalb kein normales Bodybuilding Buch, da die Übungen Kampfsport bezogen sind (Sandsackübungen mit Tritten und Schlägen,Dehnübungen).Neben intensiven Übungsbeschreibungen beinhaltet das Buch zahlreiche...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen For fans, not for athletes!!
Although Bruce lee developped a very powerful body, and he was up to date on training methods, things have changed since is death!! Like everything, training methods evolve. Science has developped more efficient ways to work out and has set guidelines for anyone who wants to look. If you are a fan, buy this book!! If you are looking for the best way to train your...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mehr als Fitness eine Dokumentation, 10. November 2004
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
Das Buch ist kein gewöhnliches Fitness Buch ,es beinhaltet Bruce Lee's persönliches Notizen bezüglich seines Training und ist deshalb kein normales Bodybuilding Buch, da die Übungen Kampfsport bezogen sind (Sandsackübungen mit Tritten und Schlägen,Dehnübungen).Neben intensiven Übungsbeschreibungen beinhaltet das Buch zahlreiche unveröffentliche Foto von Bruce Lee und gibt Einblick über dem Mensch Bruce Lee, sein Ehrgeiz und die eiserne Disziplin an sich arbeiten um erfolgreich zu sein ist bewunderswert. Das Buch ist kein gewöhliches Fitness Buch sondern eine Dokumentation über dem Mann der Bruce Lee wurde.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Book!, 9. Oktober 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
Excellent book showing how Bruce Lee developed his awesome body and how he built-up the power behind it. The author has great sources that he got the material from, since some of the pictures are of actual notes that Lee himself wrote. Lee worked extremely hard to get his body in the near-perfect shape that it was in, and this book describes how he did it. This book contains alot of material that was previously unavailable before to anyone wanting to know how Lee trained, what he ate, how he taught his students how to train, what his views were on exercise, cardiovascular training, stretching, and most important, how to develop power from your workout. His training was based on his martial arts influence, as he always searched for ways to improve himself in his own martial art of Jeet Kune Do (JKD). This book shows how he incorporated various exercises and his training regimen during various parts of his life to constantly change and adapt to what he felt would benefit him the most at that particular time. If he felt he needed more endurance, he would incorporate more running and punching the heavy bag, if he felt he needed more quickness and speed, he would do more speed drills, jump rope, etc. An excellent book to learn more about how Lee trained himself and his students to get in the best shape of their lives, and also an example and inspiration to other who exercise and try to keep fit. Of course, if you want a book to show you "how" to workout with weights, then this is not the book for you, but if you want to learn how to improve your overall self through exercise, diet and training, then this is an excellent book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic!, 9. Dezember 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
Finally, a detailed book that decribes how Bruce Lee developed such incredible strength, and such an amazing body. The book, in addition to tell us what Bruce Lee did, tells us HOW he did it. The detailed descriptions of how to perform each exercise is invaluable to anyone who wants to make the most of it. And the book is packed with tips on how to always improve yourself. I've read a lot of books on weight-training and conditioning, and this is one of the best. All the details on how to perform exercices and movements also makes the earlier books in this series better, since those books often lacked a description on how each movement should be done, how many reps, how often and so on. This also goes for stretching, basic training and cardiovascular, not just weight-lifting. The only thing missing is a little more critically wiew on some things from the author, John Little. Not all of Bruce Lee's theories on how to train are completely accurate by the standards we have today. For instance, on the issue on stretching, the book "Stretching scientifically" by T. Kunz is a far more advanced and efficient approach, and at some poinst completely the opposite of what this book suggests. This also goes for some other minor things, and should at least have been noticed. To train exactely like Bruce Lee is not advised, as this would probably injure most people. But this book tells you exactly how he lived with his training, and is ment to inspire the rest of us. And it sure does. A must for anyone interested in the human body, be it bodybuilders, martial artists or anyone else, regardless of what level you train in. Read the book, apply what you learn, and be the strongest and most powerfull you can be.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Great Book for Bruce Lee Fans and Today's Athletes, 21. Juli 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
Many books have been written about Bruce Lee's personal way of combat, Jeet Kune Do. However, "The Art of Expressing the Human Body" is not a book about techniques or philosophy, rather it is a book about Bruce Lee's training methods. Bruce Lee's physique has always been admired, but how many asked how he had achieved this? John Little, who himself is a top author of training books on different aspects of fitness, does a great job by presenting Bruce Lee's training methods and training routines. Although it could have been read in many books/magazines that Bruce was ahead of his time it's really incredible to see it in this book. How many martial artists of his time regarded weight training, strength training and nutrition as important? Not many. Contents of this book include Bruce Lee's exercises for the different parts of the body, such as the neck and shoulders, chest, back, arms and legs and calves. Other aspects of training such as isometrics, cardio training, nutrition, flexibility and many more play an important role here as well. Whoever believes that these exercises presented in this book, although not new, are not up-to-date has not sufficient knowledge about fitness and weight training and underestimates the combined knowledge of Bruce Lee and John Little. As in all books from the "Bruce Lee Library" "The Art of Expressing the Human Body" presents an impressive number of photos, many of which are very rare. This book is a "must" not just for Bruce Lee fans, but for martial artist and other athletes as well. (Dies ist eine Amazon.de an der Uni-Studentenrezension.)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Quite Simply the Best Moivational Book for Exercise, Ever, 22. Juni 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
Bruce Lee was a man who truly made use of every spare moment he had. Long thought of as simply the pinnacle of martial arts, many fans and non-fans alike are discovering that Bruce Lee was also a thoughtful and profound philosopher. Even in this volume of the fantastic Bruce Lee library, you will find tremendous philosophy and insight by Bruce Lee, as retold by his friends and students. Mr. Lee saw exercise as "The Art of Expressing the Human Body," and he went to great lengths to craft his body--not for appearance--but for functionality. His circuits, weight routines, calisthenics, and cardiovascular workouts are just a few of the things detailed in this clearly exhuastively researched book. It reads quite well, and I have never worked harder at improving my own body as I have when I was actively reading this book. This is a *must* for all martial artists, and a fantastic book for anyone who needs any motivation to work out. Bruce Lee's example is all you need to really get moving.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Extreamly informative and down right excellent, 18. November 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
The book was just simply amazing. I have often had to rely on material such as this to help me in my self-training, since the crooked martial arts teachers down in this area charge an arm and a leg to teach you even though you are basically paying for your belt and not earning it. This book has really changed the way I train and it has done me a great deal of good. Within the first day of buying the book, I was already incorporating Bruce's training plan to my own. This Book is wonderful and I would recommend it to any serious martial artist.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen awesome and informative, 28. März 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
For years, even since I was a teenager, I always wondered how the late, great Bruce Lee built his body and trained. I heard many theories, such as he performed only isometrics, but I knew he did more than that. I used to admire the "big Guys" in pro bodybuilding-granted, they have massive and impressive physiques, but can they use them effectively, as Bruce Lee could? Even though he did not have the hi-tech methods we have today, he proved that he could still build a fast and powerful body. The book also shows how his training methods evolved over the years. As one reader said, had he lived, he probably would have trained a lot differently today-I believe we all evolve in our training-it is a good thing since it is a sign of growth and willingness to experiment. I really don't think it's the equipment that builds a great body, but discipline,imagination and very hard work.I've learned thru this book and others not to depend on machines and equipment. I don't personally believe his methods are obsoltete, as I incorporate many of them in my own training. What worked for Bruce may not work for everyone, being that we all respond differently. This book is an excellent reference guide-a must have for any serious martial artist.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen How THE MASTER did it., 14. Juni 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
This book is not about how you SHOULD train your body, but it's about how you COULD train your body. Of course fitness technology has evolved since Bruce's methods. But the point of the book, as well as Bruce's main philosophy, is that a martial artist/athlete/human being should decide for him/herself what is the best method to train. It's not about what you do, rather that you do it at all. This book is how the MASTER himself made his body into a flawless fighting machine. Others may reach that same peak while following a different path -- and that would have been fine with Bruce. Bruce's philosophy in a nutshell: "Keep what is useful, discard what is useless." I will use certain exercises in this book that appeal and work for me, and I will discard the rest. Bruce would be proud if you did the same.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a superb book!, 19. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
i was a martial-artist, and a grate admairer of the late bruce lee.now i am an orthomolecular-nutritionist, and i am happy to see that other reviewers of that remarckable book are benefitting from him,from any aspect,including nutrition.the modern nutrition and suplements of today are much more improved than back then in the 70's,but the main principles are o.k. the rest of the chapters of that book will keep you the reader with extreme interest because it is a very much extraordinary book, and it is a must-must-must, for everyone who is in the clan of bruce lee
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5.0 von 5 Sternen GOOD !, 23. September 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Art of Expressing the Human Body (Bruce Lee Library) (Orphans' Home Cycle) (Taschenbuch)
This book is good. If have been waiting a long time for information like that. I don't have any professional guidance in my Martial Art trainning but this book is a great help. It's not something you will learn in a Martial Art institute. I am not a expert but with al that BS on the TV about trainning equipement and other stuff, this is the thing you are looking for. It tells how to gain strength. For all those people who don't have guidance or have, or don't really know how to do a good workout and really want to gain strength. This is your book.
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