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'FUBAR' star Arnold Schwarzenegger, 75, opens up on sex that 'four-letter word' as he talks about aging

2023-05-25 13:58
Arnold Schwarzenegger shared insights into his fitness routine and the importance of staying physically fit as he continues to age
'FUBAR' star Arnold Schwarzenegger, 75, opens up on sex that 'four-letter word' as he talks about aging

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Arnold Schwarzenegger recently sat down for an interview, where he openly discussed various aspects of his life, including his sex life, aging in the public eye, and his intense workout regime. The action icon, who is set to star in a new Netflix series called FUBAR streaming on May 25, 2023, shared insights into his fitness routine and the importance of staying physically fit as he continues to age.

At 75 years old, Schwarzenegger maintains a chiseled physique and attributes his dedication to working out to his desire to "protect himself and stay alive" after undergoing multiple heart and knee surgeries. During the interview with Men's Health, he also made a playful comment about his intimate life in his seventies, jokingly referring to sex as a "four-letter word, Help!'"


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'Arnold Schwarzenegger's bodybuilding journey'

Schwarzenegger rose to fame in the world of bodybuilding and shared that he often feels emotional when reflecting on his competitive days. He admitted to occasionally striking classic bodybuilding poses, but humorously added that he does so only in the privacy of his "bathroom because sometimes it makes me cry".

The actor also reminisced about his best physique, which he achieved in 1974 when he weighed 237 pounds and won the title of Mr Olympia. Discussing his motivation for maintaining a rigorous workout routine, Schwarzenegger explained, "I protect my body and do therapy training at the same time. I do faster, lighter but correct exercises and I try to stay young. I train to stay alive, to be able to do my movies. I come in here and 25-30 sets in a half an hour."

He continued, "When you train, it is not just that your body gets pumped up and gets stimulated with blood, it’s also your mind. And you have a much more positive kind of outlook on the day and life when you have already had a pump behind you, or a bicycle ride, or a run, or a tennis match, or whatever sport you do. 'My body and bodybuilding gave me everything.' I don’t know, if I wouldn’t have gotten into bodybuilding if I would’ve gotten the clear vision of where I want to go in life. I don’t know if I would’ve gotten the message that you have to work your *ss off in order to get anywhere, in order to be successful.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger provides insights into his current workout routine

Schwarzenegger shared details about his current workout regimen, which includes 'vulnerable' elbows, five sets of machine dips, and five sets of overhead presses to work his shoulders - ending each set with a five-second iso-hold squeeze. The conversation also delved into Schwarzenegger's past use of steroids. He disclosed that he took "one hundred milligrams a week, and then three Dianabol a day, so that was 15 milligrams a day" during a time when such usage was not illegal until Congress passed the Anabolic Steroids Control Act of 1990.

He said, "Bodybuilding always, always was considered a safe sport. But now it’s not. Now people are dying—they’re dying because of overdoses of drugs and they don’t know what the f**k they’re doing. They’re listening to charlatans. If I want to get medical advice from a doctor, I go to UCLA or I go to the Cleveland Clinic. Yes, we are at a time now where we always look for the easy way to make money, the fast way to get rich, the easy way to be an influencer. Anytime you abuse the body, you’re going to regret it. So I just want young people to know that I have seen people getting kidney transplants and suffering tremendously from it."