How the ‘Terminator’ Arnold Schwarzenegger Is the Unsung Posterboy for Veganism

How the ‘Terminator’ Arnold Schwarzenegger Is the Unsung Posterboy for Veganism

Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most loved reel life heroes and real life motivation for many people. The actor, who is best known for his Terminator movie parts, may look like he pounds on a lot of meat. But he is not only a role model for fitness freaks, the bodybuilder is an icon for the vegan community as well.

Celebrities who have gone vegan try to preach the idea of veganism. This also includes Stranger Things star Sadie Sink, who went vegan at the age of 14 and suggests others hop on the lifestyle. But preaching to the crowd is not always easy, and the Republican Party politician Arnold has aced the game very well in the age of the internet.

Ways Arnold Schwarzenegger won at veganism

Terminator hero Schwarzenegger may look like a tough guy, but the mellow and jolly person in him clearly shines on social media. The actor turned vegan a few years ago and has aced at it. In fact, he has shared his journey often with help from his pet pals Lulu the donkey and miniature pony Whiskey.

Throughout the lockdown, he kept everyone entertained by sharing updates from his pandemic life that he shared with the adorable pets. Encouraging people to devour vegan treats like mushroom udon noodles, the actor encouraged positive enforcement in people.

Workout is obviously a big part of the gym hunk as well. So the True Lies actor would share workouts done with the support of Lulu. While also crediting environment activist Greta Thunberg, in fact calling her his motivation. The politician stands apart from the regulars in his league through his friendly approach and setting an example for the masses.

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Today, Schwarzenegger is 99% vegan and encourages people to get their protein from a plant-based diet. He even appeared on an episode of The Game Changers.As I got older and I started reading up on it, I recognized that you really don’t have to get your protein from meat — or from animals,” he said while explaining his decision to go vegan.

Were you aware that Arnold, the muscle man, had turned to veganism? Let us know your reaction in the comments.

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