Frank Zane DIET PLAN
Frank was one of the very first bodybuilders from the Golden Age to truly document each and every meal for
his entire off-season and contest-prep and treat his diet like a scientist. His amazing results were obvious.
There was never a set diet that Frank followed, but he did have a basic set of rules he relied on.
Tip 1 - He at roughly 200 grams of protein per day (1 gram of protein per 1 pound of body weight)
Tip 2 - Sources of protein were yeast drinks, protein drinks, meat, fish and eggs.
Tip 3 - Avoid any simple sugars such as white, honey, etc.
Tip 4 - Carbohydrates sources include vegetables, avocados, potatoes, etc.
Tip 5 - Supplement choices include amino acids, calcium, magnesium and multi-vitamins.
Frank Zane WORKOUT ROUTINE
To this day many in the sport of bodybuilding consider Frank's best shape as the ideal standard that the sport
should aim for. It's not too bulky or freaky yet it retains symmetry, shape, definition and simply perfection.
Here is a basic pre-contest training schedule that Frank will use to get in to top shape.
Monday Morning - Quads and calves using high repetitions
Monday Afternoon - Shoulders, biceps, forearms and abdominals
Tuesday Morning - Back
Tuesday Afternoon - Pectorals, triceps and abdominals
Wednesday Morning - Quads and calves using high repetitions
Thursday Morning - Back
Thursday Afternoon - Shoulders, biceps, forearms and abdominals
Friday Morning - Quads and calves using high repetitions
Friday Afternoon - Pectorals, triceps and abdominals