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Bruce Lee's Diet.?.
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Bruce Lee Diet: Sample Meals
Obviously Bruce Lee's diet would have varied greatly during the 1960's and early 1970's as his training methods evolved, but here is what is possibly one of his typical days meals:
Food: A bowl of muesli cereal, comprised of whole grains, nuts, and dried fruits, plus 2% milk (semi skimmed).
Beverage: Orange Juice and/or tea.
Juice or Protein Drink: Protein powder, non-instant powdered milk made with water or juice, eggs, wheat germ, bananas, peanut butter. Brewer's yeast was frequently added.
Food: Meat, vegetables, and rice.
Juice or Protein Drink: see ingredients for morning-snack protein drink.
Food: Spaghetti and salad, or another meal of rice, vegetables, and meat, chicken, or seafood.
Beverage: One glass of 2% milk and/or tea.
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The weight training program that Lee used during a stay in Hong Kong in 1965 at only 24 years old placed heavy emphasis on his arms. At that time he could perform bicep curls at a weight of 70 to 80lbs 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 Bruce a little over 160 lbs.
man was no muscle maniac but he did train and did gain some weight