License this image. He is positioned to the right of the picture frame with his left hand clamped over his right wrist, allowing him to flex the muscles of his upper body. The right side of his body is tilted slightly towards the viewer, emphasising the musculature of his right bicep, thigh and calf muscles. Schwarzenegger poses in front of a blank white wall to the left of a large paisley-patterned curtain, which balances the composition.
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Musclebound morsel of man-meat Arnold Schwarzenegger first got the world standing at attention by displaying his bulging and well-oiled abs, glutes, and biceps as well as an icy discipline and determination in the bodybuilding documentary Pumping Iron. Universe in and won Mr. Olympia seven times. But what about the barbell in his pants? Eventually, Arnold switched from acting to politics and became the governor of California in a total recall election.
It turns out Scott Brown isn't the only politician who has stripped down for Cosmo. After the nude centerfold of the U. Senator was shown by practically every media outlet in the country seriously, even your mom has probably seen this pic of Scott's six-pack by now we decided to revisit our archive to see who else has gotten even bigger after getting naked in front of the camera. Check out this centerfold of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the buff! After showing off his muscles in practically every major action movie in the 80s and 90s, he got into politics and was nicknamed "Conan the Republican" by former President George H.