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

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Douglas Kent Hall
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Part Two, Chapter One: Introduction Summary and Analysis

Progressive weight resistance is the only method which develops the body in an even and uniform manner. Today, athletes in many sports use this type of training. Sport specific training can lead to imbalances in muscles and physique, while weight resistance training improves stamina, agility, coordination and resilience. Modern living does not provide an individual enough exercise or physical activity to stimulate muscles, and without training they deteriorate. It is important that when an individual starts training to be aware of the soreness they experience and are sensitive to the specific exercise that causes it. Soreness is a positive sign of muscle building and growth. Using the mind in training is essential as the source of motivation. One should start with a fairly easy program and let the mind stay hungry for more...

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