";s:4:"text";s:3995:" Pumping Iron book. Pumping Iron is a candid look at the art and science of muscle building from a time before muscles were fashionable. Considered one of the best SARMs for bulking, it has many of the same properties of testosterone and is a solid all-round SARM, equally as effective for building strength. But there it was: that one little scene. Directed by George Butler and Robert Fiore and edited by Geof Bartz and Larry Silk, it is inspired by a book of the same name by Butler and Charles Gaines, and nominally centers on the competition between Arnold Schwarzenegger and one of … Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. And if they wanted some sort of an interview, Arnold would say, "After we are through with training. And then we started talking about the Olympia itself and he said, "Well who do you think is going to win?" That was the perception: they were all dummies looking in the mirror. The public perception at the time was 'all brawn and no brains.' [Ed is on the cover of the original Pumping Iron book.] All my friends were telling me, "Arnold looks incredible and you are in there, too." I was supposed to be [in the] short class, Robby [Robinson] in the medium, but they ended up with two heavyweights [Mike Katz and Ken Waller]. You picked one and who was your hero. Then all of a sudden I got onstage and participated in a couple of rounds. Headed by visionary George Butler, the camera crew captures the intensity and camaraderie that typifies the Gold's Gym training house. It was almost like a freakin' game, like a basketball or football game, except we were using iron.I didn't know it was coming out; I was in New York at the time.
Oh, and he thinks Jesus had a good PR strategy.Is Arnold a standup, honest guy?