Frank Zane’s “Bodybuilding: From Womb to Tomb” Body Transformation Seminar

I am excited to announce that I am going to be the Guest of Honor at the Mr. America® 2016 All American Sports Festival™ at Six Flags® America (outside of Washington D.C.), which is going to be held on July 1st and 2nd, 2016.

In addition, I will be delivering a very special seminar on Saturday, July 2nd, from 12 pm to 2pm called Bodybuilding: From Womb to Tomb, and there will also be a musical appearance of my band – InZane! It’s going to be a great time to learn and have some fun too!

We only have room for 350 people at the seminar and I’m sure it is going to fill up fast. You can buy tickets to my Seminar here.

Be sure to check out this press release, the official Mr. America web site, and also the Events page to learn more about the event.

Please call Julie Space at 570–362–1059 to reserve your seminar seat or with any questions!

I look forward to seeing you there!


Mr. America

Building the Body Quarterly Autumn 2015

Building the Body Quarterly Autumn 2015

Building the Body Quarterly Autumn 2015 is being published and expected to be mailed to subscribers before the end of October.  I’ve been publishing this 32 page ‘grass roots’ magazine for 17 years with goal being to keep traditional ‘old school’ bodybuilding alive especially now in the face of more recent trends that make me ask “Is this really bodybuilding?”  Major case in point is Men’s Physique competitions or as I call it ‘Bermuda Shorts Contents’ which look more like casting calls for a TV commercial.  Hidden by Bermuda shorts down to the knees what we don’t see on these contestants is their lack of leg development.  Why bother training legs, it’s just more hard work.  And they don’t develop their legs.  This is not true bodybuilding which is about developing the entire body.  The other end of the spectrum is the extreme development witnessed in the hard core pharmaceutically enhanced competitions, which while it is interesting to watch, not many people want to look like this.  That’s why I’m glad IFBB and NPC are now officially recognizing ‘Classic’ physique completions which hopefully will be judged with more emphasis on symmetry, proportion and presentation, not just on how much muscle a competitor exhibits. 

This issue presents a broad look at what I’ve found to be of interest to those who are looking for views and tips on sensible training, topics that approach working out from lots of angles.  Here’s the contents:
Mr. America – What a great show it was in Rochester, NY a weekend in August, it could be the start of one of the most coveted titles in bodybuilding.
Mr. America Production – This is why Gold’s Gym owner Bruce Ebell acquired the rights to the Mr. America title, his plans are a step in the right direction.
Gene Wood Success – After a Zane Experience program Gene trained and dieted as instructed to get into his best shape in recent times.
Bodybuilding has Changed by Master Trainer Larry Kay – Larry is a personal trainer in Scottsdale Arizona and his insight on what is happening in today’s bodybuilding is right on the mark, laughable, and sad.
Maintenance Training – You can’t train hard all the time, best to peak once a year and then afterwards train less frequently for a few months while you specialize on your weak points.  Here’s how I do it…
Coming soon: 
91 Day Wonder Body  my next book should be coming out early 2016, it integrates the workouts from my High Def Body and Let’s Grow books into a day by day three month instruction program including nutrition.
Banded Weight Stacks – Wrap a rubber band around your weight stack and increase the time under tension of a set.  Get a great pump and make it easy on your joints.
Aging and Attitude – Best to find ways to make yourself happy as you get older, here’s how I do it.
Sin & the Art of Archery – Missing the mark is called ‘sin’ and our goal is to hit the center each time, on every shot.
Expect Pec Work with Age – Pecs can sag if you don’t watch ‘em, here’s what to do to avoid saggy man boobs.
Lat Spread: how to build it – Secret to developing low central lats is to round your back as you stretch deep down on each rep.  
Critiques and Compliments – the best of the emails I get.
 The El Centro Range – It means ‘the center’ but it’s not the town 100 miles east of here.
My Training Progress – Been a year since rotator cuff surgery, shoulder keeps getting stronger and I’ve been training upper body and legs each once a week with an average of 8000 steps a day (via Fitbit) and two to three archery shoots a week (been getting sore lats, delts and obliques after shooting). Lots of Zane Experience clients have kept me exercising.
Frankly Speaking says my most popular book High Def Body was just revised and updated with current information and new photos. 
Amino Acid Formulas – Encapsulated free form amino acids have been part of my nutritional program for almost 50 years.  This is what I do.
This is first-hand information with no other goal in mind than to promote correct training methods, procedures I’ve used and tested over a lifetime of bodybuilding. And there’s no paid advertising, only descriptions of what I personally use and do to get results. 
Subscription gives you 4 hard copy issues a year sent in the mail (USPS) to your physical mailing address, it’s not digital although a kindle edition usually comes out afterwards.   Subscribers like getting a neat high quality little magazine nestled in the massive bunch of junk mail makes up most of today’s snail mail.
Subscription is $24 a year in USA,
$26.28 in California, $30 in Canada and Mexico,
$35 overseas.