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I recall 104-year-old Dr. Goodall, the prominent botanist, and ecologist of Australia. He did not have heavy muscles nor was he sick. He was just unable to live any longer and decided to bring on his own death. My abilities have been in decline over the past year or two, my eyesight over the past six years. I no longer want to continue life. I’m happy to have the chance tomorrow to end it.
He flew to Switzerland for a voluntary, paid death.
With the modern discovery of ‘keep-up’ lifestyle by awareness, with diet management and medical and nutrition support, muscle maintenance seems not to be an impossible matter. He might keep up as Raymond Moon had in his late 80’s. So the problem is not [muscle] maintenance but whether Arnold will be able to carry those heavy muscles on his body. He will have his aged, decayed, and weakened bones and other organs and, most importantly, a mind with low spirit when he reaches his 90’s—20 years from now. My thoughts? Arnold should plan now to keep his body the lightest and slimmest possible in his 90’s.
The same we all should plan as well, as we are aging. I had an uncle who was a WWII veteran. He had a huge body and was very tall. During the last years of his life during his late 80’s, his only complaint was about his body. It was very difficult for him to walk enough with all his weight on his feet. The lack of enough walking and exercise caused a rapid deterioration of his physical condition until his death. he average lifespan for American’s has decreased for three years in a row and is now 78.6
Making it into your 90s is an accomplishment that only about 5% of the population achieves.
Considering his size (bigger people tend to live shorter lives than smaller people), gender (women outlast men) and previous anabolic steroid use, I’d be happily surprised to see him reach that milestone-muscles or no. This guy is 85 years old, and while he has a great physique, I wouldn’t say he’s nearly as muscular as Arnold is now. Most centenarians-people who live to triple digits-are not the most jacked people in the world. They typically have slow metabolisms and lower anabolic hormone levels. They’re also roughly 80–90% female. So, the answer to your question would be“No, he will not be able to maintain his muscle mass into his nineties”.He should feel blessed to get there at all. I, for one, hope he does. I also don’t think he should feel pressured at all to maintain his physique excessively. His mind is far more miraculous than his muscles anyway.
Don’t be fooled by a couple of airbrushed pics that make him look like he’s still in shape; he isn’t. Like everyone his age, he’s… older and no longer anywhere close to peak form. Already Arnold is eclipsed by another bodybuilder and exercise guru who stayed in better shape longer than did Arnold, that of course is Jack Lalanne. This is Jack back in the 1930s with a NATURAL muscular body back before the days of steroids: Late in life Jack was still working out regularly and retained a chiseled physique late into his retirement years, finally dying at age 96. Rest in peace, Jack!
The worst part about being Arnold
The worst part about being Arnold is everyone knows what you looked like in the 1973 Mr. Olympia and expect you to be that way all your life. …that was the Deca and some Test but now people see him and think gosh he let himself go…NO..he looks great. I’ll say this…when I was a teenager…you saw somebody in their 500 they looked like they had 9 toes in the grave. Now people take care of themselves and of all people…who made weight training is more well known from 1975 onwards than Arnold….he’ll be fine…aside from what the Decatur did to his heart.
Well statistically speaking its unlikely Arnie will see his 90’s.
Assuming he does there’s no amount of training that will make him look as he does today. That said there’s no Natty 70+ yr old guy on the planet who looks like Arnie. So its quite likely that the PEDs he’s on today will be the same PEDs, or better ones when he’s 90+. I like Arnie and admire his work ethic and achievements. That said, look at this 71yr olds bicep flexing for the camera on this pic. He’s just knocked out 100 reps to pump it up and is self evidently just at the end of a cycle.