Wow, What Happened?..

Discussion in 'FYI' started by NWlifter, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. NWlifter

    NWlifter Member

    I got out of the muscle building fun for years due to work/business stuff. Now getting back into it, I come here to my old favorite forum and it's a ghost town! Freaken sad to see it so empty! Where's Dan (DKM)? Man I used to email daily with him, even was collaborating on a book, now can't even find him. Was hoping he was still posting. Most All the other daily posters look gone too. You still checking the forum Bryan?
     
  2. Lol

    Lol Super Moderator Staff Member

    I think people moved on in their lives is what happened. There are still a few "old timers" stopping by but the daily muscle talk has all but ceased.
    And the wind cries Mary...
     
  3. NWlifter

    NWlifter Member

    Man yes, thought new ppl would have filled in the gap. Seems like weight training isn't popular anymore.

    It's like an old empty house in here now.....
     
  4. mickc1965

    mickc1965 Well-Known Member

    It is a shame this forum has gone quiet like this but those still here are helpful in a respectful way, if you look at other forums that are extremely active it seems there are just as many trolls (if not more) as there are decent people who actually try to help others on their journey!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2016
  5. NWlifter

    NWlifter Member

    Wow, so muscle building just aint popular anymore? Man, 60's through the early 2000's, now it's not popular. Sheesh, that sucks, makes me feel like a covered wagon mechanic after the car was invented!
    Has anyone seen any of the old posters from the hay days? I remember Mike I think also, besides Dan, of course Blade and a researcher named Matt. I miss those old good discussions!
     
  6. leegee38

    leegee38 Member

    Muscle building is still popular, Ron. It is the forums that aren't popular. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter usage has stolen previous forum traffic from most sites. Bryan is still around but isn't very active anywhere. The more popular guys doing good research these days are guys like Jacob Wilson and Brad Schoenfeld. And maybe you again? :)
     

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