There is nothing more confusing and misunderstood than the right nutritional approach for a bodybuilding whether they are young, old new or seasoned pro. Many bodybuilders believe that nutrition is more important than training when it comes down to building slabs of muscle onto anyone's physique.
Check out this clip of the fabulous History of Mr. Olympia Bodybuilding Competition: 1965-2008. With Larry Scott ,Sergio Oliva, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Franco Columbu, Frank Zane, Chris Dickerson, Samir Bannout, Lee Haney, Dorian Yates, Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler and Dexter Jackson.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is an indelible mark in the history of American bodybuilding and indeed that of the word. To document his rise to bodybuilding fame, let us go back to the history of the Mr. Olympia title, which is where Arnold won the honor as the best of the best.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger arrived in America many years ago, he wasn’t the well-rounded, symmetrical bodybuilder we all came to know him as later. He did have some spectacular standout body parts, including biceps and chest. But his back and legs were below average. His calves, in particular, were very poor. Many of his early posing shots involved him standing in water with a lake background, which allowed him to hide his calves. Even when he arrived in America and began winning small bodybuilding shows, his calves were among the worst in shows that he was entering. He won by virtue of his stronger body parts, but he was well aware of the need to improve them if he wanted to place well in national and eventually professional shows.