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Frank Zane

  • 9-to-5 Sequence for Legs

    It’s a nine-day sequence that uses a three-way split, and you train one day, then rest two before the next workout—so...

    BodypartFrank ZaneSeptember 21, 2008
  • Symmetry, Archery and Arnold

    The best archers in the USA were there, capable of hitting a bull?s eye the size of a half-dollar at 60...

    Frank ZaneJuly 1, 2005
  • How Much Rest Is Best?

    Efficient recovery ability is the question

    Frank ZaneJune 1, 2005
  • One-Leg Calf Raises

    Is it the best lower-leg exercise?

    Frank ZaneMay 1, 2005
  • The Finishing Touches

    Physique refinements for peaking properly

    Frank ZaneMarch 1, 2005
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    The Write Stuff

    Frank ZaneAugust 1, 2004
  • How Slow Should You Go?

    I?ve never really done workouts with both a slow positive and a slow negative except when the weight was extremely heavy.

    Frank ZaneJune 1, 2004
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    What?s the Difference?

    Frank ZaneMay 1, 2004
  • The Power of Movement

    In bodybuilding, everything seems to work if you let it. this is the paradox: If you keep doing more and...

    Frank ZaneApril 1, 2004
  • Train with Zane: Squats Made Easy

    I remember squatting with Arnold in 1972 before the Mr. Olympia. We both made it up to 10 reps with 405...

    Frank ZaneNovember 1, 2003
  • Train With Zane: Vacuum Your Waist

    If you?re interested in learning the stomach vacuum, the most important exercise is the dumbbell pullover, which you do while lying...

    Frank ZaneOctober 1, 2003
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    Entrain, Don’t Strain

    Relaxation techeniques and meditation helped Frank Zane recuperate better from his workouts, destress and build one of the greatest physiques of...

    Frank ZaneSeptember 1, 2003
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    Rythm Method

    Listening to rhythmic music or a metronome during cardio work can make it less boring and appear to go faster, in...

    Frank ZaneAugust 1, 2003
  • Train With Zane: Symmetry Seasoning

    I concentrate on doing more sets in less time without sacrificing the amount of weight I use.

    Frank ZaneJune 1, 2003
  • Train With Zane: The Diet Dilemna May 2003 62-5

    It?s not a bad idea to stay on a reasonable diet, but it?s often difficult to continue the extreme deprivation you...

    Frank ZaneMay 1, 2003