Bodybuilding legend Arnold Schwarzenegger has proven his talents in the world of entertainment as an A-list actor. Schwarzenegger recently dropped the trailer for his upcoming Netflix series FUBAR, which is set for premiere on May 25.
Arnold Schwarzenegger started off in professional bodybuilding in the Men’s Open division and led an immensely successful career, racking up seven Sandow trophies over the 1970s and 80s. In 1977, he tested the waters in the acting world with a lead role in the bodybuilding docudrama Pumping Iron alongside fellow legend Lou Ferrigno. The film received major praise and helped boost the sport’s acceptance in mainstream culture. He even founded his own bodybuilding competition named the Arnold Sports Festival, widely regarded for awarding the second most prestigious title in the sport.
Following a decorated career on stage, Schwarzenegger made a full-time switch to acting. He transformed his physique to display a leaner look on screen. It didn’t take him long to find success in Hollywood as he became a superstar with many blockbusters under his belt, including iconic roles in Conan the Barbarian (1982) and The Terminator (1984).
‘The Austrian Oak’ recently suggested utilizing wave training to push through any points of stalled progress a month ago. Aiming to help out his fanbase, Arnold argued that changing the workout routine could provide a unique challenge for the body. He followed that up with an intense 9-minute core workout routine and laid out the importance of incorporating bodyweight exercises for stronger legs and cardiovascular function.
Schwarzenegger encouraged his followers to perform a bodyweight workout of the week for muscle growth a few weeks ago. The training routine focused on adding resistance instead of weights to build muscle. Additionally, Schwarzenegger listed four exercises as part of his no-equipment workout of the week series.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to action-comedy roots in FUBAR
In a recent Instagram post, Schwarzenegger and Netflix released the trailer for the upcoming comedy-action series FUBAR, which is set to launch on May 25.
“Heroes don’t retire. They reload. Watch the trailer for @schwarzenegger’s first series ever! FUBAR premieres May 25.”
Rising Men’s Open contender Andrew Jacked chimed in with a comment.
“Man’s never gonna retire Period,” said Jacked. “He’s always Back.”
Former Mr. Olympia Samir Bannout declared Arnold Schwarzenegger the greatest bodybuilder of all time. He pushed back on four-time Classic Physique Olympia Chris Bumstead’s claims of potentially defeating Schwarzenegger two weeks ago.
Schwarzenegger supported the use of ‘cluster sets‘ in his latest workout of the week. He stressed the importance of supersetting exercises to optimize efforts in the training room.
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FUBAR is set to premiere on May 25 and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Monica Barbaro, and Fabiana Udenio, as per IMDb.
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