Zane is one of the few fresh faces to come out of Canada to make a meaningful impact in the
worldwide IFBB stage. He's kept true to his original goals of sculpting his ideal physique.
With both of his parents being competitive athletes in bodybuilding, he was able to grow up on proper healthy nutrition which led to his success when he began to compete himself. Here's his off-season diet:
7AM - 1.5 cups oatmeal with milk, 8 egg whites
10AM - 1 can of tuna, slice of pineapple, big sandwich
1PM - 2 cups rice, steak or chicken
Post Workout - 50g protein with waxy maize
6PM - 2 cups rice, steak or chicken
9PM - Anything goes, cheeseburgers, rack of ribs, etc
Zane has a strong background with training as both his parents weigh trained regularly with weights.
He has been taught about proper form and using the right amount of weight to stimulate new growth.
He sticks with the meat and potatoes of training which includes squats, deadlifts, heavy rows, presses, etc. He enjoys his off-season training because he can throw around more weight. Here's a glimpse:
Monday - Back, trains twice a day with 4 to 5 exercises.
Tuesday - Chest, Biceps and Calves. Plenty of supersets and drop sets involved.
Wednesday - Legs
Thursday - Shoulders, Triceps and Calves.