Training With Data is the fastest growing and most authorative blog on the subject, and we welcome guest posts that will appeal to our readership of athletes and coaches.
Your post needs to be detailed, unique and of interest to our readers, not just another A versus B test. (Although these are very popular so if you come up with an idea that hasn’t been done to death please let me know).
I’m a cyclist so the blog is very focused on this topic. I would love to cover additional data driven sports so if you have expertise in another area drop me a line with your ideas.
Readers of Training With Data are always looking for better ways to interpret their data and to use it to improve their performance. If you can help here then the community will welcome your contribution.
You can include as many backlinks as you like, within reason. They need to be useful and not spammy or affiliate marketing links. (I have the final say on this).
If we go ahead and publish your post you will get full credit but we will have ownership of the content. You can’t publish the post or a spun version anywhere else but feel free to link to it from your website.
Posts should be around 1000 words long and be grammatically correct and free of spelling mistakes.
We have global reach but the website is written in American English. Remember this when submitting posts for consideration.
We will have full rights to republish your post, including the rights to republish it through press agencies.
If you want to submit a guest post for consideration please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org including a brief outline of your idea and your linkedin address or a brief overview of your experience/qualifications. Please also submit a link to your blog or somewhere else that you’ve been published.