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

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

Weider provides Arnold with a car, an apartment, and a weekly salary in exchange for Arnold providing Weider with his training methods and permission to use photographs of Arnold in his magazine. There are two sides to Weider's personality—the warm, kindhearted friend at home and the shrewd businessman at the office. By separating business and friendship, Arnold develops a longer relationship than most other people managed with Weider. Arnold partially credits Weider for Arnold's subsequent business success. Arnold now concentrates on refining his physique. He adjusts hi diet and uses food supplements. He loves California and Gold's Gym, where he works out with the best bodybuilders in the world.

In the fall at the Mr. Universe contest, Arnold learns that Sergio Oliva is competing in the Mr. Olympia contest the same night. Arnold...

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