Fitness Writers

Attention Fitness Writers:
If you a Fitness Writer and would like to be, please review this opportunity.

We are currently looking for original, quality fitness content for this web site. Our readers are requesting articles on:

  • Bodybuilding
  • Hardgainer Routines
  • Weightlifting Routines
  • Strength Training Routines
  • Kettlebell Workouts
We are open to other related fitness topics, especially training for women.

By writing for Muscle-Fitness-Training, your work will be in front of more than 7000 unique visitors per month. You will gain exposure for your writing (great for resumes) and create name recognition for yourself.

Author Requirements
After we accept either 5 articles, or a single 1500 word article (article guidelines below) from you, we will build your personal page. You may have your bio, photo, etc and a link to your site. This page will have a submission box where you can continue to submit articles at your leisure.

Take advantage of this great opportunity by using submission form at the bottom of the page.

Article Requirements:

  • Articles are minimum 500 words
  • Must be original content, written by you
  • No affiliate related articles (no links in submissions)
  • No previously published articles
  • Article will remain exclusive to

    Submit Articles & Get Your Own Page

    Submit your Fitness article(s) with this form. Each article must be submitted individually.

    [ ? ]

    Upload 1-4 Pictures or Graphics (optional)[ ? ]


    Click here to upload more images (optional)

    Author Information (optional)

    To receive credit as the author, enter your information below.

    (first or full name)

    (e.g., City, State, Country)

    Submit Your Contribution

    •  submission guidelines.

    (You can preview and edit on the next page)

    What Other Authors Have Said

    Click below to see contributions to this page from other authors ...

    Women, Fear Not! Not rated yet
    I find it hard to count up the number of times I have heard from my female clients that they do not 'do weights' because they do not want to 'bulk up'. …

    Click here to write your own.

    Return Home from Fitness Writers