Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder - Part Two, Chapter Four: Developing the Muscle Groups Summary & Analysis

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Douglas Kent Hall
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Part Two, Chapter Four: Developing the Muscle Groups Summary and Analysis

Perform exercises properly and smoothly, concentrating on the correct form, and only using as much weight as to make the exercise challenging. The biggest person does not necessarily win bodybuilding competitions. A positive mental attitude combined with muscle awareness is a key factor in improvement. A few minutes spent before a training session when the individual concentrates on the objectives is highly beneficial. A training partner becomes a critical factor, especially for motivation and correct performance. Initially, the program involves training different muscles and muscle groups in alternate workouts, with a 48-hour rest between each workout for each muscle group. Then the week is divided so the workout concentrates on three major muscle groups on one day, and on three minor muscle groups the next day. On...

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