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Few Facts About Bruce Lee

-Bruce Lee Was so Fast That They Actually Had To SLOW The Scene Down So That You Could See His Moves!! His moves were too fast to be captured on the regular 24 frames per second film so they had to film him at 32 fps, and run the film slower so you can see his moves!! -Bruce wasnt pure Chinese he was actually part German (his grandfather from his mothers side was half German).

-Bruce Lee was a Bad Student: Academics didnt interest Bruce in the least. After primary school, Bruce entered La Salle College, an English-speaking boys secondary school in Kowloon, Hong Kong, where he often got into trouble. Bruce was expelled from La Salle for disruptive behavior.

Even after his parents moved him to a different school, Bruce kept on getting into street fights.

-Want to challenge Bruce Lee? Just tap your foot on the ground! After he got famous, a lot of people thought they could beat Bruce they would walk up to him, tap their foot on the ground (symbolizing a challenge) and then proceed to attack him! Well maybe not that literal, but Bruces popularity certainly attracted a lot nutcase trying to prove theyre better than him. One day, while filming Enter the Dragon, an extra taunted Bruce Lee and challenged him to fight. The whole thing went on like this: "This kid was good. He was no punk. He was strong and fast, and he was really trying to punch Bruces brains in. But Bruce just methodically took him apart." "I mean Bruce kept moving so well, this kid couldnt touch himThen all of a sudden, Bruce got him and rammed his ass into the wall and swept him, he proceeded to drop his knee into his opponents chest, locked his arm out straight, and nailed him in the face repeatedly." Typical of Bruce Lee, after the fight he didnt fire the extra he actually gave his challenger lesson on how to improve!

-Bruce Lee was Strong In 1964, Bruce was invited to a karate championship in Long Beach, California. There he performed his famous "One Inch Punch," where he would deliver a devastating blow from only an inch away, sending his opponent flying back! Bob Baker of Stockton, whom Bruce hit, said "I told Bruce not to do this type of demonstration again. When he punched me that last time, I had to stay home from work because the pain in my chest was unbearable."

-Bruce Lees Corpse Acted in his Final Movie! Bruce Lee was filming Game of Death when he died unexpectedly. So what did the studio do? Well, they rewrote the script so Bruces character faked his own death to escape the mafia. Then they took footage from Bruces actual funeral including close-ups shots of the open casket showing his embalmed face and work that into the movie! (More on this at Neatoramas post: The Creepiest Movie Ever Made) Bruce Lee was proven by reliable documents to: - Punch at a over a 500th of a second at a distance of 3 Feet. A human eye can do a 150th of a second to blink.

- Sending individuals who outweighed him by as much as 100 pounds flying through the air and? landing some 15 feet away as a result of a punch that Lee delivered from only one-inch away - "He could do push ups on his thumbs and push ups with 250lbs on his back" Witnessed by Jesse Clover. - Kick 300 LB bags smashing against the ceiling. - Lee's striking speed from three feet with his hands down by his side reached five hundredths of a second. - Lee could take in one arm a 75 lb barbell from a standing position with the barbell held flush against his chest and slowly stick his arms out locking them, holding the barbell there for several seconds. - In a speed demonstration, Lee could snatch a dime off a person's open palm before they could close it, and leave a penny behind. - Lee performed one-hand push-ups using only the thumb and index finger. - Lee performed 50 reps of one-arm chin-ups. - Lee could cause a 300-lb (136.08 kg) bag to fly towards and thump the ceiling with a sidekick. Nutrition:Lee started to take nutrition seriously and developed an interest in health foods, high-protein drinks and vitamin and mineral supplements. He later concluded that in order to achieve a high-performance body, one could not fuel it with a diet of junk food, and with "the wrong fuel"one's body would perform sluggishly or sloppily. Lee also avoided baked goods and refined flour, describing them as providing calories which did nothing for his body. Lee consumed green vegetables and fruit every day. He always preferred to eat Chinese or other Asian food because he loved the variety that it had.Some of Lee's favorite Chinese dishes were beef in oyster sauce, tofu and steak and liver. He also became a heavy advocate of dietary supplements, including Vitamin C, Lecithin granules, bee pollen, Vitamin E, rose hips (liquid form), wheat germ oil, Acerola C and B-FoliaBruce Lee's waist fluctuated between 26 and 28 inches (66 to 71centimetres). "He also drank his own juice concoctions made from vegetables and fruits, apples, celery, carrots and so on, prepared in an electric blender Lee often drank a royal jelly and ginseng drink as they contain B-complex vitamins, including a high concentration of vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), acetylcholine, hormones, and eighteen amino acids which allow for a quick energy boost. In traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng is also said to improve circulation, increase blood supply, allow quicker recovery times after exhaustion and stimulating the body. In addition, Lee regularly drank black tea, often with honey or with milk and sugar

Physical fitness:Lee trained from 7 am to 9 am, including stomach, flexibility, and running, and from 11 am to 12 pm he would weight train and cycle. A typical exercise for Lee would be to run a distance of two to six miles in 15 to 45 minutes, in which he would vary speed in 35 minute intervals. Lee would ride the equivalent of 10 miles (about 16 kilometres) in 45 minutes on a stationary bike At that time he could perform single biceps curls at a weight of 70 to 80 lb (about 32 to 36 kg) for three sets of eight repetitions, along with other forms of exercises, such as squats, push-ups, reverse curls, concentration curls, French presses, and both wrist curls and reverse wrist curls. The repetitions he performed were 6 to 12 reps (at the time). While this method of training targeted his fast and slow twitch muscles, it later resulted in weight gain or muscle mass, placing Lee a little over 160 lb (about 72 kg) S. China Post writes "When a doctor warned him not to inflict too much violence on his body, Bruce dismissed his words. 'The human brain can subjugate anything, even real pain' Bruce Lee" Great lines said by his fan: I would much rather be punched by a body builder, they can only hurt my body. Bruce lee can punch? You in the soul!