Arnold Schwarzenegger has found lots of ways to keep busy since leaving the governor's office, from starring in action movies to lending his name to a policy institute at the University of Southern California.
Now he's going to be returning to a role that stirred controversy during his stint in Sacramento -- Schwarzenegger will once again serve as executive editor at Muscle & Fitness and Flex magazines.
The move was announced on Friday by American Media Inc., which owns the magazines.
Schwarzenegger, who was named Mr. Olympia seven times, first took the job shortly after winning the 2003 recall election. When details of the arrangement were revealed in 2005, it was criticized as a conflict of interest and he quit the job.
Schwarzenegger was receiving at least $1 million a year from a magazine dependent on advertising for dietary supplements while also making decisions as governor about how to regulate the industry.