Actually, I would say there is a lot to remove
We all have our personal styles, so take this with a grain of salt, but I think you have way too many effects on your page. Just a few examples:
- the blinking menu indicator
- the blue flames when you mouseover on the contact form
- the headers that change on mouseover
- the text that scrolls on mouseover
- the spinning pictures on the Bio page
If you are just experimenting for the sake of having fun then fine. But if you intend to use this to market yourself professionally then I would lose all of the above. Bottom line, these effects are outdated/overused and a lot of them (especially the blinking) are frowned upon by most people. They don’t enhance your page but rather make it look dated and unprofessional. Besides, you have a projects page where you can link to projects that show off all your abilities. If you do want to add some effects, then try to make them more original (that also gives you another project to show off).
- The scrolling text is actually a functional issue as well. If I want to copy/paste something from it I have to wait for the text to scroll back up. And it’s not scrolling completely to the end of the text for me so I can never see the last few lines. Just more reasons to get rid of this effect.
- Your menubar button is not obvious and thus you have the blinking menu indicator. Lose the indicator and make the menubar button speak for itself. In my opinion, you might consider not hiding the menu in the first place. If you want to have some fun with the menubar then make it responsive (vertical for wider screens and horizontal at the top for narrower screens).
- On the projects page, the text that pops up when I hover over an image is unreadable. You need more color contrast with the background and the background needs to more opaque because the images are too busy to be bleeding through. Personally, I would lose the pop up content and just display it with each image. One, you want your users to see it so why force them to mouseover and two, what about people who can’t/don’t use a mouse? Also, the carousel feature is getting a little overused as well if you ask me. If you were hurting for real estate on that page then I could see its usefulness.
- Try navigating through your site using just a keyboard. (You won’t be able to do it.) You need to make sure that every link/function on your site can be activated with the keyboard and that the focus indicator shows the user where the keyboard is currently focused.
Sorry, I don’t mean to sound so negative. Like I said, if this site is just for fun and experimenting then you can ignore most of my suggestions. But as you know with body building, attention to detail is crucial. So I’m putting that same sort of focus into my suggestions.
Good luck down there. Hope life gets back to normal soon. Like I said, I am able to work out at home, but it’s not the same as going to the gym (and it’s starting to show).