The transcript below is from the video β€œBruce Lee Reached A Level That No One Will Ever Reach Again” by Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central.

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

Welcome to Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central

Hey everybody, it’s Beerdy here. What’s going on, guys? Okay, so this is a photo of Bruce Lee from 1968. So how did Bruce Lee go from having this body to having this body in 1973. This is a photo from the making of Enter the Dragon and Jim Kelly said that Bruce Lee’s body was made of steel, okay. So how did Bruce Lee go in the span of 5 years from having an ordinary body to having one of the most impressive bodies I’ve ever seen ever in the history of mankind.

For me, personally, this body right here is the most impressive physique I have ever seen. It is absolutely sculpted to perfection, okay. Bruce Lee trained every inch of his body and it really shows. So, Jim Kelly was right. Bruce Lee’s body in 1973 was made of steel or at least it looked like it was made of steel. It looks so impressive. So how did this happen in the span of 5 years? Well, this is what happened, okay.

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

365 days a year, 14 hours a day training sessions, and a thousand kicks, a thousand punches, and a thousand sit-ups, and a thousand push-ups. And he did this every day, 365 days a year, 14 hours every day. Now a few hours went to developing Jeet Kune Do or further developing Jeet Kune Do. So it’s not actually 14 hours of physical training. I’m guessing around 10 of those hours were physical training and 4 of them were writing about Jeet Kune Do, developing Jeet Kune Do, reading, philosophizing all of that stuff, okay.

So yeah, I mean, people think that I’m joking or exaggerating when I say he worked out for 14 hours a day. But guys, I’m not joking, okay. Bruce Lee actually worked out 10-12-14 hours every single day, 365 days a year. And you know, Chuck Norris that knew Bruce Lee, he said the same thing.

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

He said that Bruce Lee he was a workoutaholic, okay. He could not stop working out. Conditioning and working out and developing Jeet Kune Do was his life. Working out was his life, okay. So that’s what he did every single day.

Now, a normal guy would literally die from doing this every day, okay. I mean, they would survive a few weeks of this, okay, and then they would collapse. But Bruce Lee he had some freak genetics. He kept this up for 5 years guys. 5 years, okay. And yeah, that’s pretty insane that Bruce Lee managed to do this for 5 years. Even he collapsed, okay, in the end. But he must have had some freak genetics. And you know, Chuck Norris said so himself, he couldn’t keep up with Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee had so much energy and so much intensity that Chuck Norris could not hang with Bruce Lee, okay. So how could Bruce Lee have managed to do this for 5 years?

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

Well, the only answer I can come up with is that he had these freak genetics. I don’t know how to explain it elsewhere, okay, in any other way. So he did a lot of calisthenics too, I have to mention that. He had a lot of calisthenics. He was like one of the fathers of early calisthenics. So yeah, like you can see here, he literally did a thousand punches every day, a thousand sit-ups, a thousand kicks, etc, etc. He had to do that every day because that was a part of his philosophy and he even writes about it in his book about Jeet Kune Do that you have to, like you have to master one punch a thousand times, okay. And instead of like becoming great at one thing, you have to be like a chameleon, you know. You have to be great at plenty of things. You have to be a complete fighter, a complete martial artist. And that’s what Bruce Lee writes about in his uh Jeet Kune Do book.

 

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

And in his general philosophy, what he always talked about was, you know, the being like water. You know, water is so exceptional. It’s like water can flow or it can crash like Bruce Lee said. And like water is so universal and that’s what Bruce Lee wanted to be. He wanted to be universal, that’s why he trained every inch of his body. He didn’t want there to be any weakness anywhere, okay. So yeah, Bruce Lee, in a span of 5 years, went from having basically a very ordinary body to just having this amazing body. I mean, for me, like I said personally, this is the most beautiful and most impressive body I have ever seen ever in my life. Like Arnold Schwarzenegger, in is prime, that’s my number two. He looked amazing in his prime Arnold Schwarzenegger but he was more big and bulky. Bruce Lee managed to be ripped and also quick. You know, someone like Arnold Schwarzenegger was not quick. They were bulky and slow but they were very impressive, having just this huge amazing body. And Bruce Lee actually learned a lot from the bodybuilders in his time.

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

So Bruce Lee learned a lot from bodybuilders in his time. The guys that would do bodybuilding in San Francisco and in California, Bruce Lee would actually go to these guys and ask them how do they gain muscle so fast, okay. And he would learn a lot about it, you know, protein intake, carb intake, etc, etc. He developed his own diet and his own training program. And yeah, Bruce Lee lifted weights. He didn’t go like all in like Arnold Schwarzenegger did but he had his own gym at his own house and he would lift weights and he would do mostly a lot of calisthenics. But yes, he would lift weights. So that was a part of his program but not like, he wasn’t building for bulk because Bruce Lee tried in 1972 to train for bulk. He wanted to see how big he could he could get and still be fast and he didn’t like it. I have already shown you guys photos of Bruce Lee when he was at his biggest and bulkiest and he didn’t like it because he felt he got really slow, okay? So he went down a few kilograms to his perfect weight and he stayed there for the rest of his life.

Beerdy – Bruce Lee Central:

And yeah, in 1973, in Enter the Dragon, he was in his prime, in his absolute prime. He looked at just absolutely stunning, amazing. And like Jim Kelly said, his body was made of steel guys. I mean, the guys, you know, all of the guys that saw Bruce Lee at the time, they must have been so impressed because those kind of bodies you didn’t see them, okay. You only saw saw like super muscular bodies in the bodybuilding scene and those guys were big, you know. They were big bulky guys. So you didn’t see this kind of ripped muscular body that Bruce Lee has. You simply didn’t see it and guys were blown away, you know, by Bruce Lee.

So, okay, there we go guys. Thank you guys for listening. See you guys later. Bye.




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