67-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger's Snapchat is full of bodybuilding videos and tons of emoji

We all know baby boomers have officially infiltrated Facebook. But when it comes to Snapchat, users skew much younger.

That’s why it’s so surprising that 67-year-old actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger is such a pro when it comes to using the social platform.

The former California governor’s username on Snapchat is arnoldschnitzel. Most of the time, he uses his account to promote his upcoming movies, like “Maggie,” now that his acting career is heating up again after a hiatus.

From May 27 to May 29, though, he attended the Arnold Classic in Rio de Janeiro, an athletic conference named after Schwarzenegger himself, and posted a ton.

He updated followers constantly each day, regaling them with snaps that showed bodybuilders, keg-throwers, pole dancers and more.

On Friday, May 29, Schwarzenegger uploaded a video to Snapchat of himself sitting on a bike in Rio and talking about the competition.

Soon after, Schwarzenegger handed off his phone to someone else so he could referee this capoeira match.

Arnie was impressed with a man who tossed half a dozen kegs over his shoulders.

He appreciated some of the local pole-dancing talent with a video and a festive emoji.

In this video, fans were chanting, 'I'll be back, I'll be back.'

Like so many other workout enthusiasts, he can't resist uploading videos of himself while he pumps iron.

As the man of the hour during the Arnold Classic, Schwarzenegger blew the horn that kicked off the 5K and 10K races.

Schwarzenegger's emoji game is strong.

Now that the Arnold Classic is over, Schwarzenegger is on the campaign trail in Brazil for the latest 'Terminator' movie, which comes out this summer.

Schwarzenegger used Snapchat to promote a 'Blow Sh*t Up With Arnold' contest a few weeks ago.

'Go see 'Maggie,'' the former 'governator' commanded followers in this video snap.

Schwarzenegger gives his fans a peek at his singular taste in workplace decor.

He also likes to pose with elephant statues.

Arnie isn't the only one having a blast on social media.

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