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Thread: Bob Cicherillo interviews Arnold Schwarzenegger at the Arnold Seminar. 5 Part Series

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    This is fantastic, I truly appreciate the people that were part of putting together this seminar with Arnold. I would much rather watch Arnold's seminar or any other old school guy 10x over any current bodybuilder's videos.

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    I love how Arnold is so honest with his answers. Maybe it's because he's getting older and doesn't have to bullshit any answers anymore. He now admits that doing the 1980 Olympia was all ego and was probably a mistake and didn't do anything positive for the sport. I also loved Part 2 where he talks in detail about the contests he entered in 1970. It's amazing that he can remember all the details about competing. He's had such a full and interesting life but you can tell his experiences in bodybuilding are still near to his heart. Awesome job by Bob Chic doing the interviews.

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    I love the honesty charisma from Arnold. It makes me think how he would've been in todays bodybuilding and social network.

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    Loving it!
    The first and the best victory is to conquer self.--Plato

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    Very Awesome! Even though Arnold seems like he has a cold or something
    you can still tell he loves the attention and comes alive when he gets a reaction
    from the audience. Love the stories and very good questions from Bob.
    The one elusive question I would like to know is what year Arnold thought
    he was his best and why. Priceless chat with the man thanks to MD and
    and the good ole internet.

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    this is great, i like to see things like this and hear about stories from the day.

    His franco was hilarious

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    Arnold STILL so enthusiastic about bodybuilding, I really love that about him...
    MD Muscle News Weekly Ep. 29- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfFHUMbUHI8

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    The power of story telling. Memories that last a lifetime.

    Before the internet, a magazine is where we had our dreams. Who we wanted to emulate. Now MD does that online. Awesome
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    The LEGEND
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    Hillarious. Arnold is a great storyteller. Well, I guess, it's about charisma, after all.

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    lol @ Arnold's impersonation of Joe
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    someone said 20 pounds of REAL muscle is all you can gain as a natty in you whole life

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    Quote Originally Posted by modredtrenton View Post
    someone said 20 pounds of REAL muscle is all you can gain as a natty in you whole life

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    Part 4 is hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrainInsane201 View Post

    LMAOOO

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    chic brings out the best in shit man LOL hilarious impersonations
    Victory Or Death!

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    This Arnold interview was more interesting than the whole contest.

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