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

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

Arnold believes he is destined for great things. In addition to his ideal bone structure and physique, his upbringing has given him excellent discipline. The lack of recognition in his childhood has led to his enormous drive for success. Arnold works to develop his own distinctive posing routine based on twenty poses. His facial expression shows the judges that he has the inner assurance of a winner.Arnold aims at dramatic effects by radically altering his physique from a relaxed posture to a sudden appearance of muscles. Arnold develops special exercises to accentuate the definition and separation of specific muscles.

Arnold is apprehensive about an American bodybuilder called Dennis Tinnerino. Wag Bennett, one of the judges, says the contest will be between Arnold and Tinnerino will be close. A friend Arnold sends to spy on...

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