Bruce Lee wasn’t a competitive bodybuilder, but his physique stunned those who witnessed it in peak condition.
Hard to believe he was 5’8” and weighed only 128 pounds. You read that right. To put that in perspective, Frank Zane won the Mr. Olympia weighing about 60 pounds more than that—and he was considered a slender bodybuilder.
The point is that when you’re ripped, you’re bodyweight doesn’t mean jack. And if you’re well muscled but with a layer of fat, you’re basically un-jacked. LOL.
Even at only 128 pounds, there’s no question that Bruce Lee was jacked. If you want to look more massive than you really are and extremely impressive, ignore the scale, drop fat, and get hard as nails. How?
We’ve had lots of tips in this zine, but if you want all of our “secrets” in one place, see X-treme Lean.
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Till next time, train hard—and smart—for BIG results.
—Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson
ELIMINATE SHOULDER PAIN
Shoulder pain can affect your workouts forever. That’s not good!
That’s why we’re recommending advice from injury specialist Rick Kaselj, MS. His tips can help make your shoulders nearly bullet-proof.
Here are a few general tips from Rick (he goes into more detail in his program)…
Top 5 Tips To Bullet-Proof Your Shoulders
- Build Tension in Your Lats. When doing shoulder exercises, activate your lats and keep your shoulders happy.
- Prime Up Your Muscles. Most people do a warm-up that just lubricates the joint, but you need to activate and turn on all the muscles in your upper body.
- Technique, Technique, Technique. This is the number one reason why people injure their shoulders. You can’t go to the gym every day and work on your max lift.
- Watch Out for Fatigue. Cooking your smaller muscles in your shoulder complex, and that increases the risk of shoulder injury and pain.
- Work on Your Shoulder Blade Muscles. Many strength coaches will say you’re wasting your time on this, but if you want to have bullet-proof shoulders, you need to work on them.
Get all of Rick’s tips and tricks for pain-free workouts below: