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12-01-2017, 06:50 PM
Hello Everyone,

At one point Bruce Lee practiced heavy weight training until he severely injured his back. At that point he switched to predominantly Isometric Training. True enough, he lost some muscle size but made up for it in a level of muscular definition that was almost hard to believe back in the early 1970's before bodybuilders were using extreme diuretics and other unhealthy chemical combinations.

Anyway what you will see here is the difference between an Isometric Trained Physique and a weight Trained Physique. It doesn't take a trained eye to discern the difference. This brings up a point. With Isometric Contraction your muscles will achieve their rock hard maximum of natural size but not go beyond that as the density is truly amazing. Go to 1:20 on the following clip and start watching.

I'll be interested in your comments:

---John Peterson
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