Want to write for RdellaTraining.com?
I’d love to have you!
Guest posting is a win for everybody.
I’m looking for great content on the topics of strength training, peak performance, kettlebells, barbell training, weightlifting, injury prevention, and related topics – and not the typical mainstream stuff please!
I now accept bylined articles to be published on the blog (this means I’ll create an author BIO box about you with relevant links to your website or social media).
Here’s what I’m looking for…
- 100% original content
- Articles that are 500-1500 words
- Great pics or screenshots
- Examples to support your topic (with actionable takeaways)
- Information that can help people
Every post published will teach our audience about things like:
- How to get stronger
- How to prevent injuries
- How to improve training performance
- How to get better results
Here’s some examples of types of content that typically work well:
- Share your results or expertise
- “How to” articles (teaching a method or technique)
- Programming ideas or workouts that produce results
- Deconstructing research with practical applications
- Unconventional or little-known tactics to improve outcomes
If you think you have the expertise and are willing to create an outstanding article, fill out the form below.
Specific areas of strength and performance training include, but are not limited to:
- Kettlebell training
- Powerlifting and basic barbell training
- Olympic Weightlifting
- Bodyweight training
- Movement assessment and correctives
- Mobility and stability exercises
- Power training and explosive strength development
- Injury prevention/prehab/rehab
- Nutritional strategies to improve body comp and/or performance
- And other original ideas
Be sure to include links to 3 articles you have written that demonstrate how you can provide value to readers and would be similar to the type of content you’d provide here.
Once you submit the information, I’ll review your request to see if it’s a fit for the site and the audience.
The #1 reason to submit an article is to add value to the readers.
If you feel you can do that, please submit your information below.
Please keep in mind, this website is NOT a “mainstream” fitness website.
That means I’m not looking for the typical fitness articles.
I’d like original ideas and topics related to strength and performance that can “make a difference” for people. Unconventional and cutting-edge.
The audience demographic consists of the more serious fitness enthusiast, coach, trainer, athlete, and/or rehab professional.
Please consider the audience demographic when proposing your ideas and topics.
I take these submissions very seriously.
If an article topic is not a fit for the philosophy or audience, I will be transparent and let you know.
Submitting the form is the first step in this process – and it’s easy to do.
Please note that submission is not a guarantee for guest posting.
I greatly appreciate your interest in making a difference.
I hope you and I can work together to spread your great work, ideas, and knowledge here on Rdella Training®.