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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the audience reaction to the use of "Exodus" during Arnold's routine?
2. In what town does Arnold grow up?
3. What new type of training schedule does Arnold develop?
(a) One for the neck.
(b) One that separates the left and right sides of the body.
(c) A split routine including two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening.
(d) One for the back.
4. How many competitions must Arnold win to truly be considered as Mr. Universe?
5. In what country does Arnold meet Wag Bennett?
(b) United States.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the senior officers make Arnold a hero?
2. Where does Arnold go for the Mr. Europe contest?
3. What type of routine does Arnold devise for bodybuilding while working out at his gym in Munich?
4. What do Arnold's supporters do when he returns to Munich?
5. How many substantial meals does Arnold eat between his two workout sessions?
Short Essay Questions
1. List three things Arnold does to win the Mr. Universe title.
2. How does Arnold finish out his year in the Army?
3. In Part One, Chapter Six, why is Arnold feeling depressed regarding his parents' perception of his achievement?
4. Why is Arnold considered a hero by the senior army officers?
5. Despite creating his own separate body training routines, careful attention to meals between training sessions, and goals to win two more upcoming competitions, Arnold has feelings of inadequacy. Why do you think this is so?
6. In Part One, Chapter Five, what does Arnold promise himself never to do again?
7. What does Arnold say about having a girlfriend in Munich in 1967?
8. Describe Arnold's reactions to his role as trainer at the Munich gym.
9. What is the result of Arnold's first training attempts at the gym in Graz?
10. How does Arnold become addicted to bodybuilding as a sport?
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