Frank Zane often frustrated his wife, Christine. She’d ask, “Why aren’t you ready for the party?” His reply: “I am. I’m wearing my new lifting belt.”
Zane certainly had a right to go everywhere shirtless—belt optional. What a sculpted piece of art he was. His physique is still considered an example of what men want to look like today.
The three-time Mr. Olympia weighed in the mid-180s at 5’9” onstage, and beat bodybuilders much heavier and larger.
The key to Zane’s bodybuilding success was crisp definition with etched proportion and attention to detail—liked round, capped shoulders and delineated abs, even when relaxed.
He’s a shining example of the fact that when you’re ripped, you can still appear muscularly massive.
So if you want to look bigger than you actually are, drop some fat, but do it slowly and methodically to retain your muscle. Too fast and you starve away mass.
We’ve found that the best way is the method outlined in the ebook The Muscle-On, Belly-Gone “Diet”—which you can get free with Old Man, Young Muscle.
The “diet” is a two-days-a-week, shred-your-physique eating plan that can recharge your anabolic environment, build more muscle and melt body fat. (See Steve’s before and after pics on the cover below.)
You’ll get leaner and look bigger without starving—but your bros may stop going to parties with you.
Till next time, train hard—and smart—for BIG results.
—Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson
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That’s a two-days-a-week, shred-your-physique eating plan that can recharge your anabolic environment, build more muscle, and melt body fat (Steve’s photo on the cover shows his results).
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