I’m an 88 year old bodybuilder and my simple tip can make your muscles bigger WITHOUT working out more
A BODYBUILDER shared his simple tip for making your muscles bigger – and you don’t have to train anymore.
Even at the age of 88, Frank Zane stays in shape and offers valuable advice for people who want to build size.
In an Instagram post, he explained his nifty trick to make your workout even more effective.
The solution is to stretch between sets at the gym.
Frank wrote, “Stretching between sets doubles the effectiveness of your workout.
“The stretch engages the muscles you’re working and gives those muscles more of a pump. Take a deep breath and think or say the mantra, ‘I’m flexible and I can push my limits.'”
He shared the post with his 199,000 followers on his @therealfrankzane account.
The tip garnered a whopping 3,888 likes – and fans were quick to take to the comments section to share their appreciation.
One wrote: “Zane you are the best. With intellectual effort and much dedication in your infinite discipline and iron will you not only forged yourself but millions.
“My grandparents and now I were among those very motivated by your existence in all areas related to their own growth.”
A second added: “The smartest and best bodybuilder ever.”
A third chimed in: “I do this at every job, it definitely makes a difference.”
The tactic clearly worked for Zane, who has won the prestigious Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe three times each.
Frank started working out at his local gym at the young age of 14.
During his 50-year career, he has worked with other industry legends, including Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Zane is one of only three in the world to have defeated Schwarzenegger in professional bodybuilding.
The veteran beefcake has earned a highly coveted spot in the Top 10 Legends of Bodybuilding and a rightful place in the Bodybuilding Hall of Fame.
Today he can often be found sharing his knowledge online and acting as a performance coach for millions.
He recently shared that one of the secrets to his success is “focusing on the quality of your sets rather than the weight and reps.”