Looking for health and fitness blogs that accept guest posts? Perhaps you want to share your inspiring fitness story with relevant people or promote a new product to a large audience. Whichever fitness sector you’re in, guest posting can be an excellent way to increase brand awareness, build credibility, and generate leads.

In this article – we share 10 reputable health and fitness websites that accept guest posts, along with their submission guidelines. 

We’re a specialist fitness marketing agency with 15+ years of industry experience, so we know first-hand what works (and what doesn’t!). We’ve helped gyms, fitness studios, and personal trainers to successfully promote their businesses using blogging and guest posts, so our strategies are tried and tested.

Fitness blogs that allow guest posts

Here’s a quick list of 10 health and fitness blogs currently accepting guest posts…

  1. WellBeing
  2. Top.Me
  3. Mind Body Green
  4. Breaking Muscle
  5. Health on a Budget
  6. Find Health Tips
  7. Super Foods Living
  8. KevinMD
  9. Top End Sports
  10. IDEA Fit

Now let’s dive into each of them and their submission requirements in more detail…

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WellBeing is an Australia-based, magazine-style blogging site that describes itself as an “authoritative resource” on a range of health and fitness-related topics.

Their focus is very much on natural health, and their articles offer practical tips designed to improve the health of mind, body and soul. If that sounds like your bag, they might be interested in receiving a submission from you.

Topics covered by WellBeing include…

  • Natural health and wellness
  • Physical fitness
  • Healthy cooking
  • Natural beauty
  • Travel and adventure

To contribute to WellBeing’s blog, you either need to come from a position of authority (your submission should be thoroughly researched) or speak from direct experience.

For feature articles, they recommend a fairly hefty 2000-2500 words, but for a ‘real-life experience’ submission (first-person accounts of overcoming health issues using natural means) up to 1000 words is fine.

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As the name suggests, Top.me’s mission is all about creating the best version of you. Through their blog – which is aimed squarely at fitness enthusiasts – they provide fitness tips and step-by-step workout guides, but they also cover health, nutrition and mindfulness.

They regularly publish bylined articles, so it could be a great opportunity to get your voice heard among the fitness community. Topics covered by Top.me include…

  • Fitness advice
  • Workout guides
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Health and beauty
  • Mindfulness and wellbeing

Top.me publishes content that’s written by leading experts in the fitness industry, so you’ll need to show that you know your stuff. They’re flexible on the word count (anywhere between 800 and 3000 words) but your article should be easy-to-read yet in-depth and informative.

Mind Body Green

Mind Body Green explores all aspects of wellbeing, including mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, and environmental aspects. They feature articles from people with deep expertise (i.e. serious credentials or qualifications) or those sharing personal wellness stories.

Topics covered by Mind Body Green include…

  • Mindfulness
  • Health
  • Food
  • Movement
  • Beauty
  • Social good

To be featured you’ll need to submit your article via email (not as an attachment or Google docs link, but as text in the body of the email). They’ll let you know within 14 days if you’ve been selected.

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Breaking Muscle

While it covers a range of fitness-based topics, Breaking Muscle is mainly aimed at the bodybuilding community. Its contributors are experienced fitness coaches, trainers, and industry experts, and its blog offers exercise guides, workout tips, and advice on what to eat to build strength and muscle.

Topics covered by Breaking Muscle include…

  • Workout and fitness
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Weightlifting plans
  • Healthy eating
  • Sports psychology

If you’re an expert in any of the above areas and you want to share your expertise with a community of fitness enthusiasts, Breaking Muscle generally accepts op-ed style pieces, research-based commentary, exercise demos, and workout recommendations.

Health on a Budget

The name Health on a Budget is fairly self-explanatory: its focus is on providing health and fitness tips that won’t break the bank.

The blog was created by Satish Lohani, a busy career professional who realised that staying fit and healthy while working full-time can be challenging. It covers everything from healthy, affordable recipes to guides to losing weight on a budget.

Topics covered by Health on a Budget include…

  • General health
  • Fitness
  • Weight loss
  • Healthy eating
  • Beauty

To submit a guest post to Health on a Budget, you should write at least 750 words on a relevant subject such as nutrition, yoga, running, or anything that explores cost-effective ways of improving health and fitness.

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Find Health Tips

Find Health Tips is a health and fitness-focused blogging site that muses on a range of topics. Curiously they include a lot of content related to growing taller, but their fitness bloggers also provide articles on diet, weight loss, bodybuilding, exercise, yoga, and more besides.

Topics covered by Find Health Tips include…

  • Health and lifestyle
  • Fitness and exercise
  • Weight loss
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Skincare and haircare

To write a guest post for Find Health Tips, they request that your content is unique, informative and high in quality, with no overt self-publication. However, if you want to promote your product or website in the post, they may ask for a small fee.

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Super Foods Living

As you’d expect, Super Foods Living is a blog that mainly looks at health and fitness through nutrition.

The site was created by Kathy Miller, a busy mum who – after embarking on her own weight loss journey – wanted to share her experience to help others It site has hundreds of blog posts that cover everything from advice on living with diabetes to post-pregnancy weight loss.

Topics covered by Super Foods Living include…

  • Weight loss
  • Healthy eating
  • Vitamins and supplements
  • Medical advice
  • Female health

Before submitting a guest post to Super Foods Living, they ask that you share a brief outline of the title/article you have in mind.

They won’t accept anything under 1,000 words, and they encourage to keep your sentences and paragraphs snappy and to include images, graphics, or screenshots.

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Getting a guest post published on KevinMD.com (“the web’s leading social media health platform”) could give you some great online exposure, with the site generating around 3 million monthly page views!

Founded by the physician Kevin Pho in 2004, the site invites fellow physicians as well as practitioners, nurses, medical students and patients to share their insight and expertise. Topics covered by KevinMD include…

  • Drugs and medicine
  • Medical conditions
  • Health education
  • Technology in medicine
  • Patient care

You don’t have to be a medical expert to share your story on KevinMD, but it helps! He asks that posts are kept to a pretty succinct 500 to 1000 words, but there’s also the possibility that your content may be shared among Kevin’s 500,000 Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn followers.

Top End Sports

If you’re a sports nut looking to get into blogging, Top End Sports might be just the place to get started.

The blog covers every type of sport you can think of, from soccer to softball and everything in between, but it also includes workout tips, sportswear guides, and even articles about biomechanics. If it’s related to sport in any way, Top End Sports will probably cover it!

Topics covered by Top End Sports include…

  • All sports
  • Sports science and psychology
  • Sport and business
  • Fitness and workout tips
  • Sports nutrition

Well-written articles that exceed 500 words and cover sport, fitness, or nutrition-related topics will be considered. However, you should steer clear of anything relating to gambling or sports betting.

Be aware, also, that Top End Sports charges a pretty hefty fee for publishing a guest blog.

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It’s also possible to have articles featured by the IDEA Health and Fitness Association. This option is slightly different to the previous options we’ve listed as it’s not a typical ‘guest posting’ scenario.

You’ll need to submit an article proposal for inclusion in their journal or business channels. If accepted, your article will feature in one of these formats first, before being published online.

It’s important to note that the audience here is health and fitness professionals, not everyday fitness consumers. Topics covered by IDEA Fit include…

  • Fitness
  • Nutrition
  • Recovery
  • Behaviour change

Requirements for article length range from 1300 to 3000 words.

So, there you have a comprehensive list of health and fitness blogs that accept guest posts. Whether you’re an established blogger, aspiring copywriter, or just want to spread the word about your products, it’s worth exploring these guest posting opportunities.

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Caroline @ Wellness Creative Co

Qualified personal trainer (BSc Sports Science) & nutritionist (MSc Human Nutrition) with 15+ years of fitness & wellness marketing experience working with global brands.