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

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

The day after winning the Mr. Universe contest, Arnold discovers that there are three other Mr. Universes contests run by other bodybuilding federations. He must win all three to truly be "Mr. Universe." His parents do not really appreciate his achievement, which depresses him. His father attends an exhibition and the applause makes him realize what Arnold achieved. In 1972, his mother watches him win the Mr. Olympia contest, and she, too, is won over. True to his promise, Reg Park invites Arnold to stay at his house in Johannesburg, South Africa. Reg and his wife Maryanne treat Arnold like their son, and he experiences what a life of luxury and elegance can be. Back in Munich, he develops the idea of shocking his body with non-standard exercises and adjusting his equipment to develop his muscles...

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