Editor’s Note: This article written by Zach Watson was originally published on Greatist, a digital publication committed to happy and healthy lifestyle choices.
Arnold Schwarzenegger recently live streamed 30 minutes of his daily workout to promote his newest venture, a t-shirt (and fitness movement) called "Come With Me If You Want to Lift." The live stream is a lot like Terminator Genisys — not really worth watching, except for a few golden scenes. So instead of sitting through the whole thing (though we did include the video below for die-hard fans), check out Schwarzenegger's six best nuggets of advice.
1. No half-reps.
The former governor of California frequently referenced his hatred for ending a lift before fully extending the muscle: "Go all the way up. None of these half-reps. That's bullsh*t."
2. Exhale as you exert yourself.
This is classic advice. It's important to be deliberate with your breathing while working out.
3. There's no such thing as the weaker sex.
We were pleasantly surprised by Schwarzenegger's feminist stance, though he did make this comment in regards to doing a pose-off with the person you're sleeping next to.
4. Work out your abs every day.
Do you sleep every day? What about eating breakfast? According to Arnold, abs are also a daily necessity.
5. We all have uncontrollable urges.
Yes, Arnold sometimes yells, “GET TO THE CHOPPA!”
6. Beer is better for you than milk.
“There is nothing that milk has that you really need," Schwarzenegger says. "I tell you, there are more nutrients in beer than in milk.” That claim is a little far-fetched. Beer does have nutrients, including B vitamins and potassium, but milk can be a good source of calcium.
Benjamin Franklin nailed it when he said, "Fatigue is the best pillow." True story, Benny. There's nothing like pushing your body so far past exhaustion that you'd willingly, even longingly, take a nap on a concrete slab.
U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Karl Munson pilots a 26-foot boat while Petty Officer 2nd Class Gabriel Diaz keeps an eye on a boarding team who is inspecting a 79-foot shrimp boat in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of New Orleans, La., on April 27, 2005
Radio transmissions to the U.S. Coast Guard are usually calls for help from boaters, but one captain got on the radio recently just to say thanks to the men and women who are currently working without pay.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump traveled to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Saturday to receive the remains of four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in northern Syria.
Trump, locked in a battle with congressional Democrats that has led to a nearly month-long partial government shutdown, announced his trip via a pre-dawn tweet, saying he was going "to be with the families of 4 very special people who lost their lives in service to our Country!"
Former President George W. Bush is calling for an end to the partial government shutdown, which is about to hit the one-month mark and is currently the longest shutdown in US history.
In an appeal made on Instagram, the 43rd president called on "leaders on both sides to put politics aside, come together, and end this shutdown." The caption was posted with an image of him and former First Lady Laura Bush giving pizza to their Secret Service detail.