Craig bought it when it first came out! He just had to have it. I did watch it, I wanted to die laughing at some of the things they did back then with their diets. Toast and Milk for leaning out. I was like...Wow! It's amazing how Arnold looked and for how the pros look now. He still has an amazing body, but the pros now, are more cut and carry alot more mass. It was a good movie to see how things were before.
"When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on."
I love Arnold! He was soooooo sexy back then! The funniest parts are the clothing, houses, etc back in the 70's. I wasnt even born then! Anyone here ever trained outdoors-Venice Beach? That would be sweet! (not outdoors here in Canada though, Id be in a snow suit!)
Originally posted by Jill
I Anyone here ever trained outdoors-Venice Beach?
that's where i plan on moving when i graduate if all goes to my master plan....MuWhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
a buddy of mine went there last summer. he said the BB's there are just insane.
IMO the funniest part of the whole 25th ed. is when they are at Arnold's bachelor pad (its not in the original). they are all dancing and drinking champagne.
Arnold then insists Robbie do a few double bi shots. He says no. Then they all get on him, and he finally caves in and hits a few poses as his head is bobbing to the oldschool disco music......funniest shit eeeeeever
talk about true 100% meatheads.....i love it
You're a funny guy, Sully, I like you. Dat's why I'm going to kill you lahst.
Originally posted by Prince
I think the first time I saw Pumping Iron was when I was fifteen years old, back in the eighties.
I must have been about 18...........
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