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Arnold Schwarzenegger- Mr. Universe Bodybuilding Heavy weight lifting Fitness Muscles



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Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger, the greatest bodybuilder of all times, was born on July 30, 1947 in Thal in Austria . Arnold gained worldwide attention as a highly famous and successful bodybuilder and went on to achieve worldwide fame as a Hollywood action film star. He became famous for his strong incomparable muscles and his muscle show in the "Conan the Barbarian" and "Terminator series".

He was called as "The Austrian Oak" in his body building days and went on to win the hearts of bodybuilders and women all over the globe.

Arnold 's biggest dream was to be the greatest ever by winning the Mr. Olympia title went crushed after he lost to Sergio Oliva in 1969. But it was his sheer determination that led him to the supreme title in 1970 and he proved to the World that was not a mere luck or fluke as he went on to win the same title in 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 and 1975. He decided to call it a day by announcing his retirement from the World of professional bodybuilding after the 1975 win. He went to fame before the 1975 Mr. Olympia contest when renowned film-makers Robert Fiore and George Butler went on to make the all-time bodybuilder's hit "Pumping Iron" with him.

Such was his fame, that his legacy is celebrated by holding the Arnold Classic annual bodybuilding competition. Schwarzenegger was born with a bicuspid aortic valve that has an aortic valve with only two leaflets and was highly criticized for the use of Dianabol and testosterone propionate.

He brought Bodybuilding on the map and is highly acclaimed for the promotion of bodybuilding World over.

He was termed by the Guinness Book of World Records as "the most perfectly developed man in the history of the world" and also served as Chairman of the President's Council on Physical Fitness, United States .

His Favorite Sports and Hobbies:
Bodybuilding, swimming, scuba diving, tennis, skiing, horseback riding, drawing, bowling, archery and skeet.

His tips to Budding Youngsters:
To have 5-6 small meals a day.
Eat crabs half-an-hour after the workout.
Having a sleep of 8 or more hours a day.
Give a rest of at least 3 days in a week.
Do not use more than 3 eggs a day.
Unsaturated fats and high doses of sugar are a strict NO.
There can be the use of energy supplements and protein shakes.
Beef and pork may be substituted by fish and chicken.
His long list of Titles:
1963 Steirer Hof Competition in Graz , Austria (runner up).

1965 Junior Mr. Europe

1966 Best-Built Athlete of Europe

1966 International Power lifting Championship

1966 Mr. Europe - amateur

1966 NABBA Mr. Universe - amateur

1967 NABBA Mr. Universe - amateur

1968 German Power lifting Championship

1968 IFBB Mr. International

1968 NABBA Mr. Universe - professional

1968 IFBB Mr. Universe (tall class winner)

1969 IFBB Mr. Universe

1969 IFBB Mr. Olympia in New York (runner-up)

1969 NABBA Mr. Universe - professional

1969 IFBB Mr. Europe - professional

1970 NABBA Mr. Universe - professional

1970 AAU Pro Mr. World

1970 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1971 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1972 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1973 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1974 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1975 IFBB Mr. Olympia

1980 IFBB Mr. Olympia






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