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A trained core is essential for MMA and all forms of martial arts and grappling. Bruce Lee's abdominal training is the best of both worlds. It produces a powerful explosive core and will chisel out your abs. Bruce always sought out the best exercises for strength and speed to make himself better. Over the years of training, Lee understood that all movement is generated from the center, the hips and the core. Your abdominals are the source of power to kick, punch, jump, and run. The spine also uses the core for stability.
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Slashfilm.com is reporting that Diamond Select Toys have partnered with The Green Hornet Inc. and the family of Bruce Lee to produce a new line of Green Hornet and Kato collectibles. The Green Hornet TV show ran on ABC television for one season in 1966-67 and is remembered primarily as the launching pad for Lee's career as a martial arts star.
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Have you ever done isometrics? Bruce Lee was a big fan of isometric training. It was something he did 2-3 times a week. Isometrics are an excellent way to develop strength, speed, explosiveness, endurance, body control, and postural strength. All these aspects are needed to enhance and improve your martial arts techniques. It certainly helped Bruce, and you will see significant improvements with your punching, kicking, and defense etc. as well.
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Bruce Lee, that patron saint of martial artists and kung fu fanboys, continues to make news despite being dead for nearly 50 years now. Just recently, director Quentin Tarantino created a buzz by trash-talking Lee on the Joe Rogan Experience. Then, days later, revealing private letters detailing Lee's extensive drug use made headlines when they went up for auction.

The thing most of these stories have in common is a frequent reference to Matthew Polly. This might appear odd given Polly was just two-years-old when the film star died. But his name always seems to come up in conjunction with Lee's these days due to the fact Polly authored "Bruce Lee: A Life," the definitive Lee biography which everyone now cites.

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