The Best Weight Lifting & Muscle-Building Forums in 2018


Forums on weight lifting, muscle building and bodybuilding can be quite a useful tool in your quest of building your dream physique but they're not all created equally. Here we list some of the current best, most-popular and high-quality weight training forums you'll find online.

These forums have many members, often from around the world, with lots of knowledgeable and experienced guys and gals who are willing to give a helping hand every now and then should you get stuck on your journey or want a second opinion on something. Forums can also be a great spot for support, motivation, and to connect with like-minded people with similar goals of becoming the strongest, fittest and healthiest version of yourself.

With that said however, there are plenty of misinformed people out there too so be wise about getting your information from forums and always take an objective point of view without blindly trusting what someone says. Always do your own research, because despite the fact that someone may have the best intentions, they may be biased, misformed or straight-up wrong about something.

Anyway, below are the current best weight lifting forums in 2018. If you know of a good one we missed then do let us know - thanks.







3 Ways to Finally Start a Highly-Effective, Science-Based Skinny to Superman Muscle Building Program (and actually stick with it)




Hopefully this article has answered your burning question or aided you in your further research, but remember that whilst information is crucial, what's even more crucial is taking consistent action on a good well-balanced, optimally-designed muscle building program if you're serious about getting great results and levelling up your strength, health, physique, confidence, and your life. To get off on the right foot with a great program fine-tuned for maximum lean muscle gains, there are essentially three paths you can take:


Option A: Design Your Own Program (no investment)

Learn all the crucial basics, principles and over-arching strategies you need to know about planning the best well-balanced, science-based, all-natural mass building program for your specific goal and workout/diet preferences with our pillar 7-step comprehensive guide for beginner lifters and future heros. If you don't want to spend any money at all, this is how you do it, but be sure to thoroughly research all aspects of your DIY muscle gain program as an unbalanced/bro-science/straight-up-bad program can mean little to no gains at best, and bad posture, injuries and a whole lot of having to backtrack later at worst.


Option B: Follow An Existing Program ($)

To save time having to research and plan the best muscle building program for your specific goals as a hardgainer/skinny-guy/skinny-fat-dad-bod/whatever, there are indeed some excellent pre-made online programs out there (ie eBooks) that have stood the test of time in getting guys great results. It can give you a great head-on your transformation journey, and will make things simpler for you as it's simply a matter of executing a specific eating and workout program and not having to worry about getting all the little important details of your program on-point.


Option C: Find a Good In-Person Trainer ($$)

I personally don't do 1-on-1 training with clients for various reasons (mainly 'cause I run a business which takes up all of my time, and plus I travel a lot which isn't ideal for training people), but if you have the money to spend on this (PTs can quickly add up in costs) and you care about getting results then ensure they understand the science behind muscle gain, fat burning, supplementation, nutrition, etc, and most importantly pick one who practices what they preach and has similar results to what you want (and if you're a hardgainer, ideally you'll want a trainer who was once a hardgainer themselves and managed to build muscle successfully otherwise they may not understand the best course of action for you or worst-case they'll falsely tell you that you can't build the physique you want; don't listen).


Whichever path you take, if you're a hardgainer/skinny noob who's a little sceptical that you can actually build the strong and muscular physique that you know would change your life - remember this: no matter what anyone tells you, your destiny is 100% in your own hands despite where you may be starting from. Don't fall victim to the illusion that being a hardgainer or [insert excuse] will hold you back, as smart strategies and persistence will always win in the end.

To your success,

- Jules

Owner/Operator, Building-Muscle-Guide.com

Mad-Scientist of Hardgainer-to-Hero Transformations for 12 Years & Counting

Last and Definitely Least: Certified Fitness Instructor