Write for Us – Fitness Writers Wanted!

Do you have a passion for health and fitness and want to share it with the world?

We are looking to add writers to our team here at StrengthLog. Are you the one we’re searching for?

StrengthLog.com receives over 20.000 readers daily, and we write articles on the topics of health and fitness, exercise science, bodybuilding, powerlifting, and nutrition.

What Are We Looking For?

Here are some of our values and what we typically look for in an article:

  • Quality over quantity. We are looking to publish in-depth articles that cover a topic thoroughly. As a result, our articles are often 2 000 words or longer.
  • Evidence-based. We do our best to back our claims with evidence and scientific sources. If a claim is a personal or public opinion, we ensure it’s clear.
  • Experience and expertise. We want writers who can pair personal experience with expertise in their writing topics.
  • Friendly and direct. StrengthLog is your personal training buddy, and we write our articles as if we were talking to a friend at the gym.
  • Basic SEO. Most of our traffic comes from search engines, and while we will teach you what we know about how to have your articles rank, a basic SEO understanding from the beginning helps.

And What We’re Not Looking For

On the contrary, here are some examples of what we don’t want:

  • Guest Posts and One-offs. We’re looking for a long-term addition to our content team, not just one or two articles.
  • Link builders. If you’re only looking to land a quick backlink to your site, this ain’t it, buddy.

About The Role

Here are some more details:

  • Job type: Freelance.
  • Location: Remote.
  • Payment: You send us a monthly invoice, with compensation on a per-word basis. Compensation is agreed upon later on.
  • Expected # of articles: At least one per week (on average), up to a maximum of three per week.

How to Apply

Does this sound interesting?

Please follow these steps to apply:

  1. Send an email to daniel@strengthlog.com.
  2. Give a presentation of yourself, including your background and why you’d be a great addition to our writing team. If you have been published previously, please link to some examples of your previous work.
  3. Write a short sample introduction to an article, following the instructions below.

Sample Article Introduction

Include in your email a short (max 150 words) introduction to one of the following article titles:

  • Dumbbell Chest Workout At Home
  • The 10 Best Quad Exercises
  • Macros to Lose Fat and Gain Muscle

Note that this is only a sham article introduction, intended for us to get a sample of your writing style. It will not be published.

To recap:

Send an email to daniel@strengthlog.com, where you give us a presentation of yourself and your background, why you think you’d be great for the role, and include a hypothetical introduction (max 150 words) to an article on one of the topics mentioned earlier.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Learn more about StrengthLog and our team on our about page.