Bruce Lee believed that many martial artists spent too much time on form and technique, and not enough on
physical conditioning. Bruce began to combine three key aspects of total fitness into his exercise routine,
muscular strength, endurance and flexibility.
Bruce firmly believed that by adopting the correct techniques within a weight training programme, he could
develop muscular efficiency, strength and speed. His training brought together the key physical attributes of
lightening fast reflexes, supreme flexibility and explosive power.
Bruce was a true pioneer in strength resistance training, understanding that muscle size and strength were not
necessarily linked. His resistance training focussed not only on muscles, but also the ligaments and tendons
which he realised were equally important in his quest for total physical fitness. He created his own fitness
machines to assist his training requirements which did not exist at the time, until a chance meeting with Doctor
Thanks to this union the following two collections were created: the Signature collection and the Dragon collection of Bruce Lee by Marcy.