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Lessons from Arnold Schwarzenegger
It seems that Arnold has become the father of bodybuilding and not
the man who started it Eugen Sandow. If we think what Arnold has done
for bodybuilding as a sport it is little wonder that he became known
as the man who started it. Arnold showed the world that it was more
than just his well-proportioned muscular body that made him the best
bodybuilder in the world.
In his own words "I wasn’t there to compete, I was there to WIN" says
it all about his competitive personality. The Austrian Oak started
out lifting logs in the forest trying to get stronger, it was in his
blood and when he came to America he and Franco would arrive at a gym
and challenge anybody to any movement.
There are many lessons we can learn from Arnold and the way he
approached competing as a bodybuilder. Hs total dedication and total
commitment to the sport manifested in the way that he trained on a
daily basis. He is famous for many famous quotes, the best quote to
learn from is:
"The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area
of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion.
That's what most people lack, having the guts to go on and just say
they'll go through the pain no matter what happens."
Out of all his training tips and training routines that he told us
over the years probably the most important contribution was his total
commitment when completing a set or lifting a weight. His attitude
about strength and getting stronger was holistic and not limited to
just lifting a weight for another rep.
"Strength does not come from success. Your daily struggles develop
your strength. When you overcome hard-ships that is strength."
To not be fearful of failing at anything you attempt is the secret
to success. We all know the basics of the mind-set for success when
competing but Arnold made us see his huge personality on his huge
body that got him 5 Mr. Universe titles and 7 Mr. Olympia wins
placing him as the best bodybuilder the world had ever seen.
A successful person is someone who can set goals and set out a way
to achieve them. Arnold taught us all about the importance of
setting goals and how to set out a plan to achieve them. His advice
to everyone is to work like hell at whatever you do. Probably his
most famous saying that we all know is "No Pain, No Gain".
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