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When youre old and grey and you look back on your life and think about what you have done and the things that you achieved are you gonna say I have reached the highest level of success in my life or are you gonna say I should have done this and changed that If you are Arnold Schwarzenegger you would think about your success He is famous all around the world because of the 3 main careers in his life bodybuilding acting and politics and business You know him with a strong accent and many one-liners in his movies such as ill be back take my hand get to the chopper hasta la vista baby But how did he become the man that we know him as today My case study of Arnold Schwarzenegger is from reading one of the books he wrote and countless numbers of weightlifting publications and other magazines also by many of his movies On June 30th 1947 Arnold was born in the small village of Graz Austria His father was a local police officer and did not make much money so the Schwarzeneggers were very poor When Arnold and his brother began playing team sports their father pushed them to work harder and become better athletes When he was 13 Arnold started becoming fascinated with bodybuilding and the physiques that those athletes could attain He told his parents that he wanted to be the best built man in the worldSo when he turned 14 years old he started a weight training regiment He liked the fact that it was an individual sport and if the results were good or bad it was because of only his hard work or lack of By age 15 he had developed a very impressive physique which astounded the former Mr Austria Kurt Marnul whom Arnold met at a gym Marnul realized that Arnold had great potential in the sport of bodybuilding so he asked
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