Arnold Schwarzenegger Body Building

There is probably no one more well-known in the body building world than the governor of California.

Arnold Schwarzenegger made body building a household phenomenon with the release of his 1973 movie Pumping Iron.

He has been granted the honour of single-handedly making body building an everyday term.

When Arnold first started out in his body building career, he was just a young man.

He started out as a 98-pound weakling and grew into Mr. Universe.

His transformation was an incredible display of body building might along with some amazing dedication.

There is probably no better body building story than that of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He worked a variety of jobs including that of street worker in Santa Monica, California.

The entire time, he was also devoting all his off hours to honing and sculpting a beautiful body.

In 1970, he was awarded the ultimate body building title of Mr Universe and became a household name.

He kept on with his body building until he decided that a film career was the way to go.

He found success as an actor in movies such as The Terminator, End of Days and The Expendables.

While he never won any type of award for his acting work, he still garnered the respect of many Hollywood elite for his strong performances in these films.

Arnold’s first approach to bodybuilding was fairly atypical.

At 13, he played soccer but felt very dissatisfied with a team sport.

“I didn’t like the fact that I couldn’t be personally gratified” he declared.

He tried other endeavours: track and field, boxing, javelin throw and weightlifting.

But only when his coach suggested he tried working with weights to strengthen his legs, Arnold found his true vocation.

When he first walked into a gym, he was literally awed.

“I found myself in a gym, in awe of muscles I had never seen before and of which I didn’t even know the correct name.

The bodybuilders were powerful, Herculean.

Before my very eyes, my true future opened up: I had found the answer I had been looking for.”

Thus began, at 16, the career of the greatest bodybuilder of all times, the man who would be crowned Mr. Olympia for a record seven times.

As his physique started developing, so did his self-confidence.

Very soon he discovered the thing somebody described as the power of size.

And as his muscles grew, so did the respect he was receiving from his peers.

The growing of his muscular mass started influencing his relationships with other young men and, of course, with women too.

He realized that some women were decidedly turned on by his physique, whereas others seemed to be disgusted by it.

“I wanted to become even bigger, so that I will be able to really impress the girls who dug muscles and… irritate even more the ones who disliked them.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger is quite possibly the epitome of the body building ideal.

When you are serious about your body building goals, you could do worse than following the advice of the great governor of California!

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides being this blog author, Katherine McDolly has been a full-time certified nutritionist, distributor and beautician in both networking company Nuskin Pharmanex and beauty salon dealing with health and beauty products especially for women.

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