Hello, Ultimately, I dug a lot into S&C and MA / combat sport training. I recently stumbled across this website: http://www.workoutlikebrucelee.com which is based on the book "The art of expressing the human body", from J. Little. This website is very faithful to the book. The book, and thus the website, makes some kind of compendium of Bruce Lee training, over the years. This is quite difficult because it evolved in function of his goals and researches. Below, I put some links of the actual trainings: "For Strength, Power & Muscle Definition" Clean & Press (2 sets x 8 reps) Squats (2 sets x 12 reps) Pullovers (2 sets x 8 reps) Bench Press (2 sets x 6 reps) Barbell Curls (2 sets x 8 reps) Good Mornings (2 sets x 8 reps) + a lot of intense shadow boxing Circuit training Overhand Pull-ups Seated Leg Press Standing Leg Thrusts Shoulder Press Standing Calf Raises Alternating Cable Curls Standing Unilateral Horizontal Arm Adductions Bench Press Squats Kneeling Lat Pulldowns Triceps Push-Downs Running (full pace for 90 seconds) Standing Wrist Rollers Neck Flexion/Rotation/Extensions Several options here: either max reps in 30 / 60s, or using a weight allowing 8-12 repetitions. In both cases, no rest between the exercises. This can be alternated with the following: Bruce Lee Fitness And below, the ab routine. I was pretty surprised by the fact he modified the ab training quite a lot, from day to day. Sometimes, it was high reps with "easy" moves, sometimes, lower reps with hard ones. Bruce Lee Abs Workout for a Bruce Lee Six-Pack Stomach Basically, he did the strength training 3 times a week, and the conditioning 3 times a week. In all cases, he practiced MA everyday (including shadow boxing, sparring, etc...). Pound for pound, Bruce Lee was incredibly strong with a great endurance, and had a nice and athletic bodycomposition. Considering nutrition, he mostly relied on healthy Chinese food and veggies / protein smoothies. What do you think guys - this is a very open debate - about his training ? How would you compared it to S&S for instance (which basically also fits well combat requirements, health, strength and endurance) ? "For Strength, Power & Muscle Definition" Bruce Lee Body Training Routine for Strength, Power and Muscle... "Circuit training" Bruce Lee Circuit Training & Cross Training "Nutrition" Bruce Lee Diet & Nutrition Kind regards, Pet'