Here’s a unique shot of Frank Zane onstage looking like a statue of physical perfection.
Zane’s physique is still considered an example of the aesthetic ideal today—chiseled muscle that seems attainable.
He wasn’t from the gargoyle school of bodybuilding. In fact, Zane won the Mr. Olympia in 1977, ’78 and ’79 weighing less than 190 at 5’9”.
That’s because the secret to Zane’s bodybuilding success was crisp definition with etched proportion.
He’s one of the bodybuilders who taught us that when you’re ripped, you look bigger than what the scale says.
In other words, if you want to look more massive than you really are, drop some fat. How?
You want to do it at a slow and methodical pace so you retain your muscle. Too fast and you starve away mass.
We’ve had lots of tips here on how to go about it, but if you want it all in one place, grab X-treme Lean.
Also for your mass-building library, grab our latest retooled ebook featuring the STX growth-threshold muscle blood-bath system—use moderate poundages for maximum muscle, ultimate mass workouts included…
> Quick-Start Muscle-Building Guide 2.0 is available HERE.
Till next time, train hard—and smart—for BIG results.
—Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson
Veiny Arms All Day
You know that feeling you get right after a great workout? When you look and feel huge with that massive post-workout pump? Imagine feeling like that ALL day…
Frank Rich’s program can help you carry that just-worked-out look all day, and he’s offering it to our readers for almost nothing.
It’s one thing to develop big arms, but when they look solid and have veins streaking all over, that’s when people really notice.
Frank has research showing that arm vascularity (the denseness and veininess) is more desirable to women than 6-pack abs, and if you’ve been following any fitness stuff on social media lately, you know that’s a fact.
We know from our own years of experience with being in various levels of conditioning that we get a LOT more looks when walking through the grocery store or running random errands when we have veins streaking down our arms.
Oh, and Frank’s new arm program (*plus all the bonuses*) is only $9 today, so take advantage while you can.