Schwarzenegger campaigns at three locations in Fresno on 8/28/03.
I’m proud of what I’ve achieved and the way I look.’ Angela says that she’s seldom asked out these days, even though she’s been engaged three times. ‘I once asked some guys at the gym, just as a matter of curiosity, whether, if they saw me in a nightclub, they would come up and ask me out. Because you look intimidating and you’re very confident”.’ Her gym journey began in the mid-70s, when women’s bodybuilding started to take off.
Schwarzenegger campaigns at three locations in Fresno on 8/28/03. more A 26-year-old interview in which a youthful Arnold Schwarzenegger described his libertine life as a champion bodybuilder has popped up on the Internet, roiling the campaign of the Republican candidate for governor.
The interview, with the now-defunct men's magazine Oui, was a raunchy question-and-answer session pegged to the release of the bodybuilding documentary "Pumping Iron," the 1977 film that rocketed the young Austrian bodybuilder to stardom.
"Another thing: recently I posed for a gay magazine, which caused much comment. Gay people are fighting the same stereotyping that bodybuilders are: People have certain misconceptions about them just as they do about us.
Well, I have absolutely no hang-ups about the fag business." Schwarzenegger told the group-sex anecdote during a discussion of the rigors of bodybuilding.
In the interview, Schwarzenegger, then 29, acknowledged using "grass and hash, -- no hard drugs." He described participating in group sex with a group of bodybuilders and a "black girl" at Gold's Gym in Venice (Los Angeles County), saying "having chicks around is the kind of thing that breaks up the intense training.