I'm wanting to try and learn as much about certain issues as possible from the web, and thought if everyone shared what they consider good resources we could have quite a few good links to help people reach their goals be it weight loss/bulking/nutrition or sport specific training.
If you can post URLs that would be great and also a description, as I'm sure some people will never have heard of things such as CrossFit or what have you.
Then if this thread goes alright I'll edit this main thread and turn it into a collection to help people. It's just because I find TSR great for finding alot of stuff out about fitness and it's taught me alot about common myths. So with some of the sites what people use I reckon it could be a good help for all levels.
Name: SPARK PEOPLE
Description: At SparkPeople, our mission is to SPARK millions of PEOPLE to reach their goals and lead healthier lives. We offer nutrition, health, and fitness tools, support, and resources that are 100% free
Description: Resources about all things in regards to bodybuilding and bulking.
Name: BODY RECOMPOSITION
Description: Here you will find a wealth of information on fat loss, general nutrition, muscle mass gain, training, along with my regular research reviews; all categorized for easy browsing below.
Name: ALAN ARAGON
Description: A good resource of articles in regards to nutrition and training.
Description: ExRx.net (Exercise Prescription on the Net) is a free resource for the exercise professional, coach, or fitness enthusiast. ExRx.net consists of over 2000 pages, most of which are found in the Exercise and Muscle Directory. Good for people new to free weights to find moving images of exercises and tips on correct form.
Description: Demand Media and the Lance Armstrong Foundation built LIVESTRONG.COM as the definitive daily health, fitness and lifestyle destination. Through its rich and extensive content, interactive tools and an engaged community, LIVESTRONG.COM will help people take action to make the most of their life, their time, their body and their world.
Description: Forum for people to discuss all things in regards to bodybuilding and bulking.
Description: Another forum that specialises in training and helping people get the gains they want.
Name: IRON ADDICTS
Description: Excellent articles written by Iron Addict himself and copy and paste jobs from Elitefts and other reputable sources. A slightly elitist attitude but then the stuff there plain works.
Name: INTENSE MUSCLE
Description: This is mainly a bodybuilding site, and as such is full of competitors, and is where Dante Trudel aka Dogg Crapp of DC training fame posts and also home of Team Skip, but is still filled with good info much like the previous sites.
Name: STRENGTH MILL FORUM
Description: Another forum focusing on strength and building, check out Mark Rippetoe's Q&A forum for some good, professional advice.
Name: MUSCLE TALK FORUM
Description: Muscletalk bodybuilding forum.
Description: Forum helping your weightlifting, and your nutrition, as well as a forum for articles and research.
Name: Garmin Connect Route Planning
Description You have to register to use this service but if you type in a postcode or part in the world, it shows you peoples routes for cycling, running or walking. Giving you some nice routes to do. Shows them via google maps. Also handy if your going on holiday but want a little circuit outdoors. If you have a garmin watch you can download them routes and it'll direct you around the circuit via GPS. You can also upload your own routes for people to see and comment on.
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What websites/forums/blogs do you check regulary in regards to fitness? watch
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Last edited by Mattw89; 21-07-2009 at 19:12.
- 21-07-2009 12:02
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- 21-07-2009 13:37
the articles these days are crap
the best piece of advices comes from [mostly about bulking mind which is the harder part]
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- 21-07-2009 14:50
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- 21-07-2009 17:13
Ironaddicts.com - excellent no ******** forum where you can be absolutely sure that your question isn't being answered by some skinny teenage guru whose knowledge came from Flex magazine. Excellent articles written by Iron Addict himself and copy and paste jobs from Elitefts and other reputable sources. A slightly elitist attitude but then the stuff there plain works.
Liftism.com - now pretty much totally dead but a good deal of excellent powerlifting articles that aren't all Westside.
Intensemuscle.com - this is mainly a bodybuilding site, and as such is full of competitors, and is where Dante Trudel aka Dogg Crapp of DC training fame posts and also home of Team Skip, but is still filled with good info much like the previous sites.
MMIPowertraining.com - Now closed to the public and pretty much dead but when it was open and active it was full of excellent info from the same names that populate the above forums.
I post on bodybuilding.com sometimes, but apart from the powerlifting section most people there are inexperienced and idiots, full of bro science.
- 21-07-2009 17:18
Mark Rippetoe's Q&A forum: http://www.strengthmill.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=36
You'd better ask a good question otherwise he won't show it or he'll embarrass you.
But there's also the rest of http://strengthmill.net/forum/index.php which isn't bad but a little slow.
- 21-07-2009 17:26
- 21-07-2009 17:36
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- 21-07-2009 19:13
updated, cheers for the tips guys, personally found quite a few nice places to check out now
- 21-07-2009 19:59
sometimes have a browse over http://forum.myprotein.co.uk/ aswell as those already noted.
- 21-07-2009 23:00