(film reel rattling) (piano music) Arnold Not every legend is a myth. Some are flesh and blood. Some legends walk among us. But, they aren’t born, they are built.
Legends are made from iron and sweat, mind and muscle, blood and vision, and victory. Legends and champions, they grow, they win, they conquer. There’s a legend behind every legacy. There’s a blueprint behind every legend.
I’m arnold schwarzenegger. This is my blueprint. (piano music) (film reel rattling) Narrator Arnold Schwarzenegger, 28 years old, six foot two, two hundred and 40 pounds.
Mr. olympia for the past five years. He is preparing to defend his title this year for the last time. All Mr. Universes from the past five years or so come and get together in one contest and we find out who’s the best of all the Mr. Universes.
So they created the mr. olympia contest, which is then the top contest, and then whoever wins that is the top bodybuilder. And you are the top bodybuilder. Right, yeah. I think that everyone knows.
When they get into training that you’re not going to go and become a champion from one day to the next. But the question is, how can I speed up the process? (inspirational piano music) And then the important thing is,.
Did you train the proper way, which is to train the basics, if it is the squats, if the two arm curl, if it’s the bend over rowing, if it’s the clean and the press, the bench press, the incline press, the dumbbell press, all of those basic exercises,.
And that’s what you need to do, especially the last three months before a competition. You’ve got to shock the muscle, shock the muscle and shock the muscle with different kind of training principles. Expose your weak points.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Workout Tips 5 THINGS I LEARNED
What’s up, guys? jeff cavaliere, athleanx . Very few people are recognizable by their first names only, but if I say the name Arnold, you and I pretty much know exactly who I’m talking about. Arnold Schwarzenegger. I got a gift for Christmas the other day, and I didn’t recognize it at first, but I should have just by how heavy this thing was. I didn’t recognize it because of the black and gray cover, but this is a reprint, an.
Update of the modern encyclopedia of bodybuilding. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘Bible of Bodybuilding,’ pretty much. A 796page book that I actually already own 2 copies of. Now I own the one that you guys probably many of you watch and would relate to, that yellowish color, right. You could probably see it. I have 2 copies already on my shelves. One that my brother had and one that I had that when my brother moved I took it from.
Him. So I have 3 copies now officially of this book, but it brought to mind, sort of brought me back to my day of, why I was so inspired by him in the first place. Arnold was the action hero of the day along with Sylvester Stallone, both of which inspired me to take what was a hobby at that time into a lifelong passion and now a career. And I wanted to sort of pay homage to him in the form of a tutorial where I showcase 5.
Of the things i specifically learned from arnold that i now apply even in our athleanx Training. 3 THINGS I DIDN’T LEARN That being said, I think it’s fair to start off with the fact that Arnold and I obviously don’t agree on everything. During his pursuit of his Mr. Olympia titles, it’s been well documented that he himself.
Has admitted he used anabolic steroids in that pursuit. Now, it was a time when people didn’t know as much about the dangers of anabolic steroids as they do now. So I think having channels like this, we can actually educate you towards what those are and steer you down alternative paths that will allow you to still make impressive gains and really change your physique but to do so in a much healthier way.
Secondly, there are obviously exercises in this bodybuilding bible encyclopedia that I don’t necessarily think are the best exercises you can do. I’ve gone on record and made tutorials about 5 of the worst exercises I think you can do, which I’ll link for you up here, that yeah they appear in that encyclopedia. Does that mean that they’re bad exercises, or that they’re not effective exercises? No. But guys, my responsibility as a professional athlete and strength coach and physical therapist.
Is to choose exercises based on a risk/reward ratio that help you to get the results. We can’t compromise the results they’ll get you, but we have to make sure that we get them by staying safe and healthy at the same time because the athletes’ careers depend upon those decisions. And again, lots of you guys out there have experienced injuries from those same 5 exercises.
That i show you in that tutorial. And Arnold himself with his very favorite Fly’s exercise did an interview in 1977 where he talked about tearing his pec twice while doing Fly’s. So, we have to take all that in consideration and finally, his training workouts were legendary, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours at a time. He could go and do that a day and then come back the next day and come back the next day. But again, you’ve got to look.