There's the kind of back that looks a bit tall and vaguely threatening from the perfect angle, drenched in that sweet, half-wet light. And then there's a back that's so awfully thick that it defends you against attackers without you realizing they're there.
What are the assumptions of Arnold Schwarzenegger? Even at the age of 71, nearly four decades after his last Mr. Olympia title and less than a year after a major heart surgery, Arnold's upper body is still up to the task of accommodating all comers. During a skipping rink at the Arnold Sports Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa, the star of "Hercules in New York" (and several other films) was kicked in the back by a crowd man. Arnold later shared a video of the incident on Instagram.
The security service swarmed out immediately and removed the alleged attacker from the premises as he screamed … Well, let's not talk about the nonsense he was screaming. But the kindergarten policeman himself? He thought he had just been pushed or hugged by people, he explained shortly after on Twitter:
"Thank you for your concerns, but there's nothing to worry about, I thought I was just I only realized that I was kicked when I watched the video as you all did – I'm just glad the idiot did not break my Snapchat. "
Until the End calmly and built to the stop. This combination of attributes has undoubtedly helped Arnold succeed in so many areas of life, from Bavarian Steinheben in Munich pubs to the writing of "Arnold's Bodyshaping for Women" to the short government in one of the United States.
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