About Bruce lee the Legend
#LEGEND, nothing less can sum up him in one word !!!
20 July– on this date our legend has gone silent forever but he will live forever in our hearts.
This is his 44th death anniversary.
so, in remembrance of the life of a legend,…let’s get our thoughts and insights renewed.
His Real Name was Lee Jun-fan. But, We all know him as Bruce Lee and it needs no introduction.
He is considered one of the most influential martial artists of all time because of his unparalleled skills and passion for teaching martial arts. He was also a pop culture icon of the 20th century for helping to change the way Asians were presented in American films. Besides being a legendary martial artist who founded the hybrid style of fighting, Lee was also a renowned filmmaker and philosopher.
HIS LEGACY IS STILL ALIVE AND AS FRESH AS IT WAS AT THE PEAK OF HIS CAREER.
WE RECOMMEND ALL TO:
1. GET INSPIRED FROM HIM.
2. CHERISH HIS PHILOSOPHY.
3. LEARN HIS FITNESS TECHNIQUES.
LET’S TAKE A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE
5 OF BRUCE LEE’S DAILY ROUTINE WORKOUT:
200 LEANING TWISTS
200 FROG KICKS
100 LEG RAISES
5 OF BRUCE LEE’S BEST FILMS:
ENTER THE DRAGON
FIST OF FURY
GAME OF DEATH
RETURN OF THE DRAGON(WAY OF DRAGON)
THE WARRIOR WITHIN
5 PROOFS THAT HE WAS SUPERHUMAN:
THE ONE-INCH PUNCH
HE WAS TOO FAST FOR CAMERAS OF THE TIME TO FILM
HE ONCE DISLOCATED GUY’S SHOULDER, WITH A SLAP
ONE-FINGERED PUSH-UPS, ONE-ARMED PULL UPS
CATCHING RICE WITH CHOPSTICKS
Also, read – Arnold Schwarzenegger
5 OF HIS PHILOSOPHIES:
“EMPTY YOUR MIND, BE FORMLESS. SHAPELESS, LIKE WATER. BE WATER, MY FRIEND.”
“USING NO WAY AS WAY; HAVING NO LIMITATION AS LIMITATION”
“ALWAYS BE YOURSELF; EXPRESS YOURSELF; HAVE FAITH IN YOURSELF.”
“IT’S NOT THE DAILY INCREASE BUT DAILY DECREASE. HACK AWAY AT THE UNESSENTIAL.”
I’m NOT IN THIS WORLD TO LIVE UP TO YOUR EXPECTATIONS AND YOU’RE NOT IN THIS WORLD TO LIVE UP TO MINE.”SHOWING OFF IS THE FOOL’S IDEA OF GLORY.”
His attitudes toward the individual are equally libertarian:
“Man, the living creature, the creating individual, is always more important than any established style or system.”