Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder - Part One, Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Douglas Kent Hall
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Part One, Chapter Three Summary and Analysis

A judge of the Mr. Europe Junior contest invites Arnold to manage his health and bodybuilding club in Munich. He promises to pay Arnold's way to watch the Mr. Universe contest in London the following year. Arnold goes to Munich, but finds out he is expected to share his employer's bed and refuses. He continues to work at the gym but has to find cheap lodgings. If his parents knew his situation, they would pressure him to return home. He never loses sight of his ambition to compete and win the Mr. Universe contest. His job as trainer seems dependent on superficial desires of the clients, but he concentrates on his bodybuilding training. He devises a routine that divides training by upper and lower body. Between the two sessions, he eats two substantial meals. His...

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