About

Bodybuilding isn’t just a sport, it’s a way of life. We eat, sleep, and breathe it. At Iron Den we’re truly a community of brothers and sisters — the reality is that we all need others to learn from and even lean on from time to time. It is a way of life, but it’s not an easy road, proper support is of paramount importance when cutting that last five pounds or adding another inch to your arms.

We need the right insider advice, encouragement, and sometimes just a place to vent or hang out and chat with our fellow brethren. At Iron Den we have hundreds of dedicated members helping one another to succeed in their bodybuilding goals, whether large or small. And we’re always searching for new members, people who are dedicated and will contribute to our community, we welcome you.

Iron Den has thousands of pages of focused posts around every subject under the fitness sun from in depth exercise tips, to fat loss, to using anabolics correctly and safely. Contest prep, powerlifting, diet, nutrition, and more are all covered down to the last detail from people in the know.

Diet and nutrition are critical to success and achieving your body goals. It’s small tweaks that make all the difference. Getting your macro nutrients for mass building and cutting cycles is critical. And everyone is different, so taking your body type into account and other factors is also important, and that’s why forums like ours are so valuable to your success.

If you’re looking to put an extra 50 pounds on your bench press, Iron Den is your place, if you’re looking to cut up your abs (even if you’re never even had abs), this is your spot to discover exactly how, if you’re a little older and looking for a place to learn the reality about TRT and other anti aging therapies then we welcome you to join Iron Den.

We’re definitely not all about the men here either, we have one of the most extensive female bodybuilder sub sections online. And we’re proud of that. Women have special needs in the sport and our information is accurate and exhaustive on these particular subtopics.

AAS or anabolic steroids are a part of the sport, and they can be dangerous. However, with guidance and the right methods that danger can be minimized to virtually nothing. We do not condone young people using them nor people who have not put in a few years of gaining the hard way. But once someone is ready they obviously take your physique to a new level, and safely, when you following proper dosing schedule religiously as well as PCT.

There’s a ton of garbage out there, a lot of myths, and a lot of misinformation. It’s easy to get suckered, to go down the wrong path, and ultimately to fail in your goals. We’re about turning that all around and putting you on solid ground. Many supplements are garbage, a waste of money, and perhaps even harmful, our members show you which ones work and which ones don’t. They report back with real world gains, not ivory tower theory, real in the trenches, blood, sweat and tears testimonials about the latest supplements – creatine, protein powders, anti-estrogens, natural anabolic herbs and more.

So, in closing we welcome you to Iron Den, brother or sister, and we looking forward to helping you achieve your fitness goals.