Submit a Guest Post to Calisthenics 101

We’re happy to have other writers and website owners contribute to Calisthenics 101, but we have a set of criteria and submission guidelines below that we request you read before sending us your pitch.

We will ignore any requests that don’t pass the submission guidelines, so please read the criteria below.

We ask that people use to submit a post to us.

Rule #1: Content must be relevant

We’re looking for evergreen content in the bodyweight fitness niche that is both engaging and unique.

It must also be aimed at a UK audience.

If you would like to submit a post which covers a different topic, then please get in touch to discuss this further. At a minimum, any other suggested topics must still be relevant to bodyweight fitness.

Rule #2: We have some basic editorial requirements

Any submissions must pass the following editorial requirements:

  1. All content submitted must be at least 1,000 words in length
  2. Content should be written in clear English and of (at least) a similar quality to other content present on Calisthenics 101
  3. Any images used should be original photographs, free to use, or have been given consent to use by the original owner. Please also make sure any images used are at least 1000px wide and the files are attached to your email when submitting
  4. All content will be run through a UK version of Grammarly. Please check your content through this first as extensive formatting and grammar checking may result in the post being rejected

Rule #3: Links must be relevant and useful

You are welcome to add as many links as you wish, so long as they are relevant in the context of the article.

We encourage adding links where helpful. Links help back up any claims made and provide the reader with opportunities for further reading.

Links to Adult, Drug or Gambling niches will be stripped out. Any blatant link placements that don’t make sense in the context of the overall article will also be removed.

We also prefer you do not include an author profile with the guest post, and instead recommend you link to your website naturally within the body content.

Rule #4: It doesn’t cost to contribute

We want people to contribute high-quality content, and in return, we won’t charge you for doing so.

We respect our readers and won’t publish mediocre guest posts for a fee. SEO professionals and link builders who are looking for a platform to publish their client’s work should not apply.

We are open to advertising opportunities. If you would like to promote a product or brand, then please send an email which outlines your specific requirements, so we can discuss this further.

What should I expect of Calisthenics 101 once my post is submitted?

Calisthenics 101 retains the rights to any guest content that is accepted and published.

We don’t allow republishing of submitted content on any other website, including your own website. Doing so could be harmful to SEO for both parties!

We may decide to make minor tweaks to the post to ensure it fits within the website tone and content. This may include changes to the title (for SEO, style or just to make it more attention-grabbing) and any grammar and language improvements which may be necessary.

Although we rarely remove content from our website, we do occasionally prune old content if it is no longer relevant or useful to us. We can guarantee that any posts published on our website will remain live for a minimum of 12 months.

How do I get in touch?

We ask that people use to submit a post to us. We charge a (very small) fee for pitches – this drastically reduces bulk spam emails, and helps ensure that those sending their guest post pitches have read the above criteria and are not going to waste our time.