Master class from Arnold Schwarzenegger with Rachel McGlish.
VHS Release Date: December 15, 1989
Pumping Iron is a 1977 documentary about the world of bodybuilding, focusing on the 1975 IFBB Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia competitions. Inspired by a book of the same name by Charles Gaines and George Butler, the film nominally focuses on the competition between Arnold Schwarzenegger and one of his primary competitors for the title of Mr. Olympia, Lou Ferrigno. The film also features brief segments focusing on bodybuilders Franco Columbu and Mike Katz, in addition to appearances by Ken Waller, Ed Corney, Serge Nubret, and other famous bodybuilders of the era.
Get abs eating tasty food.
It’s Mike Chang and today I want to talk about carbs. I want to talk about how many carbs you actually need in a day, so you can make sure you’re not eating too many of them. Knowing this information will bring you one step closer to having the six pack abs you’ve always wanted.
0:15 I recommend that you think about carbs being in a tank on your body. You don’t want to keep it full and you don’t want to overflow it.
*0:35 Carbs turn into sugar faster than protein does and those carbs will eventually become fat.
1:03 Keep your carb tank at half or a quarter full. I do it by eating carbs twice a day. The best time to do each them is after a workout.
1:50 And the rest of the day is low in carbs. I would say maybe 15 grams of carbs per meal.
2:24 I carb up at night again at night when my tank is close to empty.
3:00 Don’t overdo it, but about two cups of brown rice is great at night. Any healthy carbs are good.
3:45 Then I wake up the next day close to empty again, but remember those carbs are in your muscles now. Now you let the carbs work.
4:28 When you cut out carbs completely you will be drained throughout the day and if you eat a lot of carbs, you are going to gain a ton of weight in a matter of time.
5:16 When you hit a wall with fat loss while you’re eating clean, you want to cycle on your carbs and do something like what I did.
*5:58 Your body is not always going to run on carbs, it also runs on fat. Just think about the cave man… they lived on mostly meat!
Conclusion: So what I really want you to understand is: if you are a beginner, then jogging is a great way to go ahead and become active. It is something easy that you can do anywhere and it can wake your body up and get it ready to get in shape.
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I used to get so frustrated with how sad my body looked. It got so bad that I was even embarrassed to go out in public sometimes. But everything all turned around for me once I discovered how to harness the Afterburn Effect in all my workouts. It allowed me to burn calories up to 48 hours after my workout and now I have the six pack I’ve always wanted.
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In this clip CT demonstrates one of his exercises from his newly released Ebook, “Arms My Magnificent Obsession”
Here you’ll see CT Fletcher executing T-Curls, an exercise he’s been doing for over 30 years and one of his favorite exercises as well! The Ebook is 1 of a 3 part series in the Arms Exercise series, that breaks down how CT built 22″ arms.