“Training for strength and flexibility is a must. You must use it to support your techniques. Techniques alone are no good if you don’t support them with strength and flexibility.”

 

Bruce Lee

“Since weight training involves repetitions, a great deal of energy must be exerted. Therefore, weight training should be practiced only every other day.”

 

Bruce Lee

“Training is one of the most neglected phases of athletics. Too much time is given to the development of skill and too little to the development of the individual for participation.”

 

Bruce Lee

“If you knew you had to fight for your life tomorrow, would you change your training today?”

 

Bruce Lee

“The most challenging aspect of the decathlon is not the events themselves, but how you train to become the best 100-meter runner you are on the same day that you’re the best 1,500-meter runner.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“During the hard training phase never be afraid to take a day off. If your legs are feeling unduly stiff and sore, rest; if you are at all sluggish, rest; in fact, if in doubt, rest.”

 

Bruce Fordyce

“I find that fencing and training give me more stamina and help me deal with the craziness of being on the road so much.”

 

Bruce Dickinson

“I kind of joke with myself that you shouldn’t be able to be a creative producer if you weren’t a first AD. Because it is such fantastic training for really understanding what everyone does, and how the movie actually gets made. You have to know if you’re the first you’re kind of the set general, you’re at the director’s right hand, you know everything about how a director puts a movie together, you know everything about how a movie gets made.”

 

Bruce Cohen

“I started in high school and then I went onto professional training after that.”

Bruce Boxleitner

“Training is a case of stress management. Stress and rest, stress and rest”

Brooks Johnson

“This is my best time of the year (spring training). Heck, once the season starts, I go to work.”

Brooks Robinson

“You have to train smart. There is always a risk of over-training or training beyond what your body is able to recover from, and that leads to injuries.”

 

Brock Lesnar

“I have always been interested in art but had no formal training or experience. It’s always been just what I liked, my eye for art.”

 

Britt Robertson

“Being a waitress can be a very brutal job sometimes, and I remember during the training, the person said to me, “The redder the lips, the better the tips,” and that was like the only advice she gave me.”

 

Brit Marling

“In an environment where everybody’s jersey is up for grabs, like what Joe Schmidt is currently doing with Ireland in rugby, a massive competitive environment is created every night at training, every day in the gym and every day, believe it or not, in the tactical computer room.”

 

Brian Cody

“I’m a fully trained cosmonaut and have completed 800 hours training, which has made me the No. 1 civilian reserve ready to visit the International Space Station. I am determined to go up, and I want to explore the Moon, Mars and beyond!”

 

Brian Blessed

“Structure your cross-training appropriately by alternating the intensity of your sessions so you work, recover, work, recover.”

Brett Hoebel

“It’s the cross-training that’s key. It doesn’t let your body adapt to one stimulus too much and it keeps your workouts exciting.”

Brett Hoebel

“When I left drama school, there were dozens of rep theatres you could apply to where you got a good training.”

 

Brenda Blethyn

“For the most part I’ve been focusing on my knees, trying to keep those as good as possible. I’m 100% now, you know with rehab and rest and I feel great. As far as training and the routine I get up and bike for awhile, and go in and have a great leg day, and get a full day in at the gym and try to improve.”

Brandon Spikes