Joseph Baena strikes bodybuilding poses made famous by his father, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Joseph Baena has teased the idea of ​​competing in bodybuilding at some point.

Joseph Baena has forged her own path, both in the gym and on the big screen. It’s not easy for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son to do, but Baena has also embraced where he comes from. On many occasions, Baena has drawn stark comparisons to his dad, especially when he strikes classic bodybuilding poses.

Schwarzenegger’s 24-year-old son Baena has completely transformed his physique into a lean figure with excellent conditioning. He teased the possibility of competing in bodybuilding at some point and it could happen if he adds the needed size. Baena seems to be on the right track with the work he put in during training.

On Tuesday, Baena shared another photo on Instagram in the gym where he strikes a pose his father used on stage.

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The photo was shared in black and white after a workout. Baena is seen striking Schwarzenegger’s back 3/4 pose.

Joseph Baena and his fitness journey

Joseph Baena recently joined Bradley Martyn for a workout and explained how he got started in the gym. He started training in college and quickly developed a passion for the gym. Now he’s made his way to the cover of men’s health, where he was featured for a story.

In the article, Baena explains that he trains six days a week for two hours a day. He adds 20 minutes of fasted cardio in the morning. Baena also took time off to work out at Gold’s Gym in Venice, California.

Joseph Baena also dabbled in comedy and released a few works. He recently released an acting project titled Wash. He was able to show off an impressive physique on set and also had to maintain his height for his role in Call of Duty: The Last Airshow.

It’s clear that Baena has his father’s mentality when it comes to training and that means he will continue to improve his physique over time. This could lead to his debut on the bodybuilding scene when the time comes.

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Teresa E. Burton