Arnold Schwarzenegger was so passionate to start his bodybuilding career that put him in an Austrian military jail. The actor and former California governor told on Friday – Schwarzenegger revisited his bodybuilding days in a new ESPN Films documentary, he briefly ended up in an Austrian military brig. He was 18 back then.
Arnold got punished when he left the army camp without authorization to join the Junior Mr. Europe gala in Germany, while he was serving an ordered year in the army. The Austria-born superstar was soon released because the officials feel uncomfortable.
His vision as a bodybuilder was also rejected by his parents, but his superiors in the military later on gave their full support for him. They helped him grow muscles by creating a makeshift GYM for him and getting the healthful food he needed.
The “Terminator” actor gushed he always had a clear vision of what he wanted to do including doing film. When he faced a barrier, he saying it more of a defy than a obstacle. I never saw a ‘no’ as a ‘no.’ I always heard ‘yes’, he motivated.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver, they’ve been separated after 25 years of marriage – And now his decide to reach whatever his goals were led him to become Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe in the bodybuilding competitions, become one of the most triumphant action actors in Hollywood, and serve in California as the Governor.
His documentary “Arnold’s Blueprint” will debut on September 26, 2012. Schwarzenegger, who has resumed his post-Sacramento performing career, is starring with Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis in the newly out “The Expendables 2.”
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