Even though his career spanned more than 50 years, Arnold Schwarzenegger still takes the time to regularly remember his roots – also while observing the guidelines on social distancing. In a recent Instagram post, the actor, politician and legendary bodybuilder posed on his bike in front of the original Gold’s Gym. Its caption praised the place as a catalyst for its iconic career.
“I love stopping on my 12 mile bike rides to enjoy some of my fantastic memories,” wrote Schwarzenegger in the caption of the Instagram photo. “When I drive past the original Gold̵
Pumping iron, which arguably made well-known names to both Gold’s Gym and Schwarzenegger, was released in 1977.
Bringing on some well-deserved wisdom, Schwarzenegger added, “It’s so important to remember where you came from and all of the people who have helped you.”
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Arnold is still visiting the original Gold’s Venice Beach location where Pumping iron was shot – at least before COVID-19. The icon announced in June that it would boycott its longstanding training ground, as members did not have to wear face masks after reopening after a lengthy pandemic-related closure.
Regardless of his current position at the OG Gold’s, take good advice from a champion: Always remember that no matter how many years it has been, you showed up.
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