subreddits related to r/homegym
A subreddit for general weight training discussion, focused on intermediate level and above in experience and strength, for those ranging from strength sport competitors, sports that benefit from weight training, or weight training enthusiasts. Or for people to tell /u/WeaponizedSleep to eat more.
Bodyweightfitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train, from the simple pullups, pushups, and squats to the advanced bodyweight movements like the planche, one arm chin-ups, or single leg squats. Start your fitness journey with our Recommended Routine and wiki.
The supplements subreddit aims to discuss and share topics related to nutritional supplementation. This includes new research, potential supplement choices (ie. what should I take? What can replace xxx?), and general discussions on different categories of supplementation. This subreddit is mostly powered by research from [Examine.com](http://examine.com/), and some reading of the supplement on hand (either at this site or other sources) before posting is encouraged to facilitate discussion.
A place for for those who believe that proper diet and intense training are all you need to build an amazing physique. Discuss NANBF, INBF/WNBF, ABA, INBA, and IFPA bodybuilding, noncompetitive bodybuilding, diets for the natural lifters, exercise routines and more!
This subreddit is for discussion of the nSuns LP program, and all of the variants (4, 5, and 6 day versions) as well as the CAP3, CAP6, CAP2, and other associated programs written by user /u/nSuns. Discuss your questions, changes, variations, accessories, progress, etc...here. Please view sidebar in old reddit format.
Get flexible! Share stretching tips, post your goals and progress, and anything else relevant to flexibility/mobility. Whether you're a dancer, martial artist, gymnast, cheerleader, olympic weightlifter or just want to improve your flexibility for health reasons, you're welcome here!
This subreddit is for anyone following or interested in learning more about an ancestral-style diet, such as paleo, primal, or whatever other names they're falling under these days. Other topics of interest are health, fitness and lifestyle issues as seen from an evolutionary perspective.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.