The fighting styles and philosophies of Bruce Lee are well documented. He believed too little time was given to training and too much time given to skill development. He was fanatical about conditioning and strived to create new ways to make himself better at it.
The mystique of Bruce Lee followed him even until his death when he unexplainably died after finishing the movie Enter the Dragon. Suffering from full-body seizures and cerebral edema, he was immediately rushed to Hong Kong Baptist Hospital where doctors were able to reduce the swelling through the administration of mannitol and revive him. He was in top physical condition and was an avid nutritionist.