When I was a high school kid, I must have read Arnold's autobiography, 'The Education of a Bodybuilder' several hundred times. It changed my attitude and my mind with regards to training hard, REALLY hard.
It changed my mind with regards to how I need to visualize and think about becoming a champion, and now, some 20 + years later I STILL remember Arnold's stories and lessons.
I would read and re-read this book over and over again, often times staying up til 1, 2 or 3 in the morning with my little night light on attached to my bed.
I would cut school to train in the morning, then my parents drove me to school that same night as they had no clue I would sneak my way to the gym.
Sometimes I rode my bike to the gym, barely able to push my bike back home after my legs could barely hold my body up.
Listen to Arnold speaking on how you need to THINK to become an ass kicker, a champion, a man who lives his own destiny and turns dreams into reality.
Question for You: Who was your childhood hero who taught you about becoming a champion? What about today? Is someone influencing you today to become a champion? Drop a comment and share with everyone so we can learn from one another! Looking forward!