The female bodybuilding legend agreed to train Arnold Schwarzenegger on one condition: “Invite me into your house”

Arnold Schwarzenegger, legendary bodybuilder and prolific actor, became an inspiration for generations to come. The smart businessman, who won the two prestigious titles, Mr.Universe and Mr.Olympia, has never ceased to motivate young bodybuilders.

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Schwarzenegger once shared a glimpse of his hard work from his bodybuilding days in his documentary, Pumping Iron. And shared a hilarious incident where he teased bodybuilder Iris Kyle, and she gave him an appropriate yet sarcastic response.

Arnold Schwarzenegger teases Iris Kyle

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In 2010 during an event, Arnold teased an emerging bodybuilder, Iris Kyle, for her impressive six-pack abs. Initially, the legendary bodybuilder was amazed at her abs, which were the result of hard work and dedication. And then, asked him to reveal the secret behind such a feat.

To this, Iris Kyle replied sarcastically, “The secret is that I want you to play on my court. So you can invite me to your house and I’ll teach you how to have six packs of abbs.

The crowd erupted in laughter at his response. Meanwhile, Arnold was on stage with his infamous rival, Sylvester Stallone. And sarcastically asked Sylvester if he would invite her?

Iris Kyle is known as the most successful female bodybuilder, with seventeen titles to her name; Including ten Ms. Olympia titles and seven Ms. International titles. Of course, she had impressed the host in Arnold’s classic.

Arnold on young bodybuilders

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The world has seen a lot of changes since the beginning of bodybuilding competitions. Now the famous sport is taken seriously by people, with great dedication. Although there have been controversies regarding the consumption of certain toxic steroids to pump up their muscles which later lead to deadly results.

Once during an interview with Insider, Arnold spoke about the tough competition going on in bodybuilding. He said, “They went too far, in my opinion. It has become too competitive. They’re gonna take more and more stuff they’re not supposed to take, and sometimes it kills people.

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It has been seen from time to time that bodybuilders use heavier weights than their normal body can handle. It is therefore good to use the advice of the greatest bodybuilder Arnold of all time.

Teresa E. Burton