Surviving Multiple Heart Surgeries, Arnold Schwarzenegger Reveals an Ingenious Method to Reducing Health Risk: “Boost Your Immune System”

Published 09/06/2023, 1:00 PM EDT

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Arnold Schwarzenegger started to train in his teens to realize his bodybuilding dreams. Despite the long training hours at the gym, the bodybuilding icon was never demotivated to become the best bodybuilder in the world. His acting and political careers also reflect the same enthusiasm. The Austrian Oak recently opened up about his third heart surgery that didn’t go as planned.

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But despite the life-threatening scenario, the 7x Mr. Olympia champion stood firm against the odds to get back to his gym and work on his next film. Such is the mental strength of the legend. Now, the newsletter of The Terminator icon reveals the ways to elevate the mind to fight the monotonous routine.

Arnold Pump Club spills beans on Mental elevation

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Not everyone can keep their spirits uplifted to build a successful career. After reaching a certain point, many tend to give up as they can’t sustain the enthusiasm for long. But that isn’t the case with Arnold Schwarzenegger. He left the bodybuilding arena after reaching the pinnacle of success as an athlete. When he was the most bankable actor in Hollywood, he shifted gears to politics. 

Despite third heart surgery at 71, the Governator, soon left the hospital to recover for his upcoming film. Now, his newsletter, Arnold Pump Club, addresses the ways to get that “mental boost” to keep going despite obstacles. Quoting research, the newsletter confirms that mental elevation can help in many ways for better well-being. “It could support overall improvements to your health,” it states before adding, “Experiencing elevation can boost your immune system, reduce stress levels, and foster social connection.”

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Some of the ways to achieve it as suggested by the newsletter, are helping others, seeing inspirational speeches or videos, and dwelling on great positive quotes. And how Arnold Schwarzenegger’s perseverance story couldn’t be on the top list of motivational videos. 

The Inspirational Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnie was born in 1947, two years after the World War II ended in Austria. So, he saw poverty in his childhood and dreamed of building a successful career. His quest to achieve big made him come across Reg Parker’s movie poster. Soon, he started training at the gym and found himself on the Mr. Olympia stage, winning Sandow trophies. However, he didn’t stop himself after becoming the bodybuilding legend of the 1970s.

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The FUBAR icon ventured into the acting arena, and despite the initial criticism, he made it to the top of the industry. Soon, he became known as the action superstar of Hollywood, but still, The Terminator icon’s passion for success didn’t end. He ventured into politics subsequently and served as two-term governor of California. After retiring from politics, he is back into films, and at 76 he has built over half a million fitness villages and fights for environmental causes. 

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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s life story is filled with challenges. But the legend focused on how to overcome them and reach the heights. And he created an unparalleled story of being born in after-war chaos and is now one of the most legendary figures the world has ever witnessed. Do you agree? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Written by:

Etha Bindu Rani

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Etha Bindu Rani is an American sportswriter at EssentiallySports. Being a fitness enthusiast, she considers Ronnie Coleman and Chris Bumstead as her inspirations. Apart from that, Etha is passionate about writing.
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Parth Sharma

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