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

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

Arnold borrows money and buys the health club where he works out, but it's an added stress to his rigorous routine. Arnold's family is upset that he is not furthering his education towards a respectable profession. Despite his mother's pleas for Arnold to follow in his father's footsteps, Arnold his dreams. He receives invitations to do "exhibitions" in England and while there, becomes friends with one of the Universe judges, Wag Bennett. Wag introduces Arnold to the show business aspects of bodybuilding and encourages Arnold to use music as a part of his posing routines. Arnold uses the musical score from "Exodus" as part of his routine and the audience is enthusiastic, so he incorporates music into his routines. After many other exhibitions, Arnold is becoming a well-known professional in spite of his youth and...

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