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Try Doing These Feats of Strength Before You Call Yourself Bruce Lee Tough!

By: Al Case | Sep 10 2010 | 315 words | 1850 hits

Martial Artists like to think of themselves as tough cookies. They break a few bricks and swagger around and grunt. But once you read the following list of feats, you are going to know that these martial artists need to work a little harder to be Brue Lee tough!

You want faster than a snake on steroids? Try holding your hands at your sides and punching. Bruce Lee could do a punch from this relaxed position in five hundredths of a second!

You think those cannon balls you call biceps are a big deal? Try holding a dumb bell against your chest, then extend your arms straight out. Bruce Lee could hold 75 pounds extended for 20 seconds!

Oh, you don't have a 75 pound dumb bell sitting in the corner of your garage? Okay, let's try something not quite so hard. The Little Dragon could do 50 one armed chin ups!

Bruce Lee was stronger in his fingers than you are in your whole body! He could do push ups on his thumb and forefinger. We're talking only one hand here!

Bruce Lee's fingers were so powerful he could stick a finger through the side of a filled soda can! And this was back in the day when cans were real! They were made of steel, and not this thin, aluminum crap!

Here's one of my favorites, a trick that would put any magician to shame. If you put a dime in your hand and held it out, Bruce Lee could snatch the dime off your palm...and leave you a penny! Now that is speed!

Now, I know you are looking at that one inch pine board you just broke and are doubting yourself, but don't. Bruce Lee was a unique human being, and he got where he was by incredible hard work. So, instead of feeling like a weak sister, just get to work and make your own self...Bruce Lee tough!

About author:
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