I absolutely love blogging about bodybuilding and fitness. I’ve been doing it for long enough that I consider it to be a central part of my life. In fact, it’s one of the reasons I’ve been able to maintain my own motivation to keep up my healthy lifestyle. That said, I realize that I’m not the only one writing a great blog with bodybuilding tips, tricks and strategies.
There are some other bodybuilding blogs out there, too. In fact, I follow a lot of them. If you’re looking for another blog to check out in addition to mine, so you can see even more information and opinions, consider the following:
• Iron Magazine – Iron Magazine has an impressive blog that offers a huge amount of bodybuilding information. The sheer quantity of information alone is incredible and very useful. I’ve used some of the posts here to learn about new techniques and ways to use some of their training videos. They have several authors and the blog makes it possible to read what individual authors have written, in case you have one or two that you like more than the rest.
• AUJoe – AUJoe (who gets his name because he’s Joe who was originally from Australia (AU), though he now lives in Texas), has a positive, down-to-earth and very approachable attitude toward fitness and bodybuilding. Reading this blog feels like speaking directly to a personal trainer. It’s a very comfortable blog with information about the types and goals that we all have. It’s helpful to everyone from the beginner to someone with a lot more experience.
• Stronglifts – This is a well-established blog that has a lot of advice to offer for everything from workouts to nutrition. It also has some great info that focuses on more specific types of routines. Its main foundation is based on the 5×5 routine (which recommends doing five sets of five reps of any given exercise). They back up the posts they make with some helpful videos. That said, I usually find myself focusing on the nutrition category of this blog the most.
• Dave Draper – I like this blog because it has so much information to offer from so many different angles of bodybuilding. I enjoy reading what Dave Draper says about nutrition and training, but the posts I’ve used the most have been the ones covering topics like recovery and healing injuries.