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Netflix Review - Arnold
I have been a huge fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger since the early 80's. I started lifting weights in Junior High around 1981. I had one of Arnold's weightlifting books (this was before he became a big movie star) and a set of dumbbells in my bedroom. I am still a dedicated gym-rat today, and Arnold had a lot to do with that. I read a lot of his stuff and really admired his determination, vision, and positive outlook on life. He truly is an inspiration and a self-mad man. An American icon and the ultimate American success story.
The Netflix show is a 3-part series that chronicles his youth and bodybuilding career in episode 1, his movie career in episode 2, and his political career in episode 3. He's just one of those rare guys who has done it all at the highest levels and isn't afraid to venture into something new. I highly recommend the show.