Good points! I agree 100%, but the target is people who are already into fitness. For example, both my wife and I are quite fit and do a lot of training => we love to read fitness magazines, blogs, etc. and share stories, advice with each other. For people like us, Bulk Hackers is/will be great motivational stuff (or at least that's the plan).It means there is no way for people to share their advice.
All anyone can do is read the answers to your fixed questions and add comments. It’s not a fitness forum or source of advice in any shape or form.
If the site is popular with body builders then that’s ok. But it’s not going to help an overweight 40 something who can’t afford to go to the gym.
This is super nice! It really helps me understand that I need to define my target group more. Thanks!So it's really just a hobby site where people already doing what you do can tell their stories. It's not a fitness site nor is it an advice site. If it motivates you than that's great. But I doubt it's going to help anyone else, probably not even those already into fitness. It's too niche and specialised.
Maybe you need to define your target visitor and their needs. 'People into fitness' is far too wide a group. I keep fit without lifting weights, going to the gym or following a special diet either. My mate keeps fit by being a builder.
I'm using firefox on windows and it's loaded fine for me... even with ublock, privacy blocker and the built in firefox blockers all active....Yes, most of the images on the homepage don't load for me. Just checked again, seems to be a Firefox issue. Chrome loads them without a problem.