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by Arnold Schwarzenegger

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  • ISBN 0720711266
  • ISBN13 978-0720711264
  • Language English
  • Author Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Publisher Pelham Books (January 1979)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats mbr lit txt lrf
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Exercise and Fitness
  • Size ePub 1337 kb
  • Size Fb2 1113 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 128

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder. His program includes a special four-day regimen of specific exercises to develop individual muscle groups-each exercise illustrated with photos of Arnold in action. For fans and would-be bodybuilders, this is Arnold in his own words. More by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnold Schwarzenegger served as governor of California from 2003 to 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger served as governor of California from 2003 to 2011. Before that, he had a long career, starring in such films as the Terminator series; Stay Hungry; Twins; Predator; and Junior. His first book, Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder, was a bestseller when published in 1977 and, along with his Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding, has never been out of print since.

Arnold is the long awaited book by Arnold Schwarzenegger, his bestselling autobiography and fitness plan. In its pages the superstar of PUMPING IRON tells you how he became the most successful bodybuilder of our time. With the aid of vivid photographs and a step by step programme.

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Schwarzenegger, Arnold; Hall, Douglas Kent, joint author.

In anticipation of Arnold's new autobiography, we take a look back at his first: the classic Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder. Back then, you could achieve your goals simply by lifting barbells, eating big, and reading books

In anticipation of Arnold's new autobiography, we take a look back at his first: the classic Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder. Back then, you could achieve your goals simply by lifting barbells, eating big, and reading books. Today, it reads as much like a love poem to the power of the human body as an instructional guide. No matter what he reveals or how he phrases it in his upcoming autobiography Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story, this is the Arnold that charmed his way into super-stardom. If it was all about the muscles, we would have outgrown him a long time ago. The Education of a Bodybuilder.

Actually, Arnold wrote this book long before his Hollywood career took off. He tells an honest story about his life and career as a bodybuilder back in. .It is interesting to be inside the mind of a super-athlete such as Schwarzenegger. He tells an honest story about his life and career as a bodybuilder back in a time when bodybuilding was considered strange and obscure. He conveys how and why he rose to become what many believe to be the greatest bodybuilder of all-time.

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The first part of the book is devoted to him telling about his rise in the profession, the negative attitude from his parents, the people he admired and believed in him, and his mental power and focus that brought him to the top. This is followed by pages of great photos showing him from his early years to the top of his career, and some of his great poses.
Its the last part of the book that I found to be most helpful and motivating. Why? Because it was written for athletes wanting to get into completion, and covers not only the physical but the necessary psychological needs to get to the top. One can see that it was this mentality and singular focus, that allowed him so much success in the fields of real estate, movies, and politics. Also this part offers great strategies that apply to anyone wanting to succeed in any field, and goes well beyond just bodybuilding.
In the age of technology where every chap is writing articles, apps and websites related to health is kind of dangerous if not misleading at times by inundating with fluff aiming to sell their stuff. So I wanted to get the right information on the topic and it was no brainer that I looked on to Arnold's book. This book has detailed information of Arnolds early years and his struggles in the career and vividly illustrated with his pictures and other top bodybuilders from very early age to the time he won his last Mr.O.

This book not only shares the Arnold's story but also gives you information on getting started with bodybuilding the right way! I found invaluable gems every now and then inside his story as well where he gives you information based on his experiences while narrating his story. I sometimes re-read the sections and go through the pictures to get psyched up when I feel down. I followed his principle on training legs and with in few weeks I found remarkable development in size of my quads and calves. I haven't seen any training expert( top social media trainers) write articles or emphasize this much on training legs!

I think this book is must read for everyone of all ages and experience!!!
This is a great book about having a dream and making it happen. It discusses all the negativity he got from his family, people he knew and strangers, and how he had to block them out of his mind and keep doing what he wanted (become a world class body builder). He also talks about the mental challenges that come about when one follows a dream that is unpopular with the masses, and the sacrifices he had to make. I'm having my daughter read it. She's been working towards her dream of working for Cirque du Soleil. This is helping her already keep the focus on her own dream.
This book applies to anyone working hard to achieve a big goal in their life (it's not just for bodybuilders).

The last chapters are focused on working out and diet. Even though I did not buy the book for that part of it, I still recommend it. I find it very inspirational.
I finished this book in about two days. I really needed something to help me break through some mental and physical plateaus. I felt like I wasn't getting the results I hoped and wasn't feeling the workouts like I did before. After tearing through this book in no time, I felt rejuvenated and fully reinvested into my mental and physical health. Although I consider myself to be an intermediate lifter, as this is about my second year, I decided to start Arnolds MWF routine from the book. Really get back to basics and refocus on my form, and really feeling the pump. Not obsessing over a few extra pounds on my curl or bench. It works, with my current busy schedule and trying to cut back some fat from my novice bulk, I felt this is exactly what I needed. Arnold also explains some secrets he's figured out from years of training. For example, don't be afraid to work your calves, forearms, and abdominals daily. He goes on to say that, since we use these stubborn muscles daily, its not the same as doing a chest workout two days in a row. I start every morning with the sit ups and leg pulls, as well as body weight squats to help me warm up. Progress through my sets, and finish with calf raises and finger curls. I really can't stress how great it feels to take on the day knowing I just hammered through a routing created by the Austrian Oak himself.
This book may be geared to fitness enthusiasts, but, in reality, everyone should enjoy the first half of the book, which is a biography focused on Arnold's training. The second half focuses on Arnold's recommended bodybuilding program and includes tips for bodybuilding contests, so the information may not appeal to a wide audience.

The first half of the book should be nothing short of inspirational for nearly every reader. Arnold's effort, dedication, and work ethic are second-to-none. He wanted to be bigger than everyone else--he decided at a young age that this was his goal. He wanted to be big, move to the USA, and be a movie star. To get there, he worked out for 8 hours a day, went AWOL from the Austrian Army to enter a bodybuilding contest, and didn't let his parents discourage him. He road his bike 8 miles one way to get to the gym. You get the idea, his life is a remarkable story.

The second half of the book gives you some insight into Arnold's training--gym buffs should note that he recommends months of body-weight only training before touching a barbell. Something to think about.

An enjoyable read!
I read this book some years ago and could not put it down. I re-read it multiple times and always found the principles Arnold talked about translated to life outside the gym as well. My nephew got into weightlifting a few years back and I figured this book would be a great gift for him. He loved the book and read it in the free time he had over a few days - and gave it a glowing review and thanked me multiple times. This book really is a valuable and inspiring read for anyone who strives to get everything they possibly can out of life!