Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Bodybuilder Son Trains With Fitness Icon Who Trained Chest Shortly After Getting Stabbed

Published 01/20/2024, 10:34 AM EST

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Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s son, Joseph Baena, is making waves in the fitness world. Aligning himself with other passionate individuals for an intense arms day workout. In a surprising twist, one of his workout buddies, Shizzy Lifts, demonstrated unparalleled dedication by hitting the gym for a chest routine shortly after surviving a stabbing incident in 2023.

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The 26-year-old, along with fitness enthusiasts Joshua Blaize and Jizzy Lifts, came together for an arms days’ session that left everyone in awe. He shared the experience on his Instagram account.

Joseph Baena collaborated with the powerhouse of the fitness world

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Baena shared glimpses of their rigorous routine and the camaraderie that fuels their dedication. The initial stories provided a sneak peek into their workout regimen and the light-hearted banter that accompanied their session. The session took place at the ‘Mecca of bodybuilding’ Gold’s Gym. However, the most remarkable revelation came when Shizzy Lifts, who had faced a stabbing incident involving two assailants, showcased his unwavering commitment by participating in a chest day routine the very next day.

Baena’s Instagram story featured a final image of the group, proudly displaying their incredibly sculpted physiques. The image not only highlighted the results of their hard work but also served as inspiration for fitness enthusiasts. It also showcased how these enthusiasts see each other, as the text on the image showed, “Family Photo.” They are not just gym buddies but also consider themselves as family.

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The collaborative efforts of these fitness enthusiasts exemplify a level of dedication that goes beyond the ordinary. Their commitment to maintaining a rigorous workout routine, even in the face of adversity, is a testament to the passion they share for bodybuilding and training. To influence more people worldwide, Baena recently started a fitness program. He also shared a valuable tip to enhance the chest muscles.

Baena shared a technique to gain chest muscles

Baena took to his Instagram and shared his workout routine, highlighting his chest muscle exercises, particularly the neutral flys with a cable machine. He emphasized the importance of the “mind-muscle connection.” He urges others not to go through the motions but to feel the stretch and squeeze in each repetition. For him, it’s about prioritizing quality reps over quantity.

Baena described muscle building as an art, not just a numbers game, underscoring the significance of proper form. He advised adjusting the weight if necessary, emphasizing quality over quantity. Baena also recognized the value of “cheat reps” but emphasized that they come later, once the mind-muscle connection is established.

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According to him, form enhances the safety and effectiveness of the workout. He pointed out a common mistake – not keeping the chest up – and recommended focusing on the pecs while maintaining good posture throughout the session.  Do you follow his tips, and would you like to see the complete video of their collaboration? Let us know in the comments below.

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Arpita Shrivastava

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Hi, I'm Arpita Shrivastava, a fitness and bodybuilding writer at EssentiallySports. When I started college, my fascination shifted to combat sports and I began training for Judo. I did it for two years until an injury compelled me to step away from the mat.
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