What are the guidelines for submitting articles to Trainerize.me?

In this article, we're going to go over the guidelines for submitting articles to ABC Trainerize.me! 

Note: Due to a current high volume of blog submissions, it may take upwards of 20 business days to have your submission vetted and then published. You will receive an email when your article is published.


  • Please submit content that is educational and of common interest to potential clients (something that a client would search on Google). You can choose from one of five categories to write about: Lifestyle, Exercise, Nutrition, Wellness, and Trainers. Please avoid promotional stories or personal stories that are not linked to the topic or do not fall into one of the mentioned categories.

  • You must submit original content that is written by you to be published on the ABC Trainerize.me blog. Pasting something from your existing blog or social media channels, or taking content from other websites is not allowed (your profile and our website will be penalized by search engines). If you break this rule, the article in question will be removed, and you will not be approved for submitting articles again.

  • In continuation of the above, copy-pasting AI-generated content is not allowed. Our goal is to publish valuable original content based on your expertise, personality, and coaching experience that would help potential or existing clients most resonate with you and the information, as opposed to submitting AI-generated content.

  • This is not a place to just submit a blank article with a link to your existing website or blog. It will not get approved for publishing. You must submit a full article with a minimum of 300 words. This minimum is based on requirements to rank well in the search engines.

  •  Articles that are too long are also not recommended. An article should have between 300 and 1000 words. If the inspiration takes you over 1000 words, divide the content into smaller articles and submit them separately.

  • We reserve the right to make minor edits (corrections of typos, missing punctuation, etc.), change the title of your article, add headings and high-quality images, and link back to other blog content (for SEO purposes)

  •  If the article is found to have major issues in readability, or formatting, or seems unfinished, the author will be contacted directly. Our content team does not provide stylistic or structural editing.

  •  Please do not include emojis in the articles.

  • Please avoid big blocks of text and use paragraphs and subheadings – they will increase your readability score.

  • Best practice is to use short sentences and transition words such as: On one hand… / On the other hand… / However…, Additionally… / In conclusion… etc.

  • We are only publishing English content for the moment.

  • We reserve the right to deny publication and/or request rewrites on any articles that do not meet a baseline level of quality in terms of writing and structure. This right also extends to articles containing content we deem offensive, inappropriate, unrelated to the five categories listed above, or published elsewhere.

  •  If you can provide high-quality, royalty-free images (please do not steal images from any websites!) to go along with your article, great! If not, no worries, we will add some so that it looks aesthetically pleasing on the blog.· Please do not include any affiliate links in the articles, as we need to remove them due to our terms and conditions. You CAN include links to your own programs listed on your ABC TZ.me profile.

  • Please include the content directly in the post; do not link to documents or attach Word or PDF documents.

  • Once you submit your article, it will be locked for editing, and you will no longer have access to it—so make sure your article is final before you press submit! It will then be reviewed by our editors at ABC Trainerize.me, and you will be notified when it is published. Other than that, have fun writing! Share your professional expertise, and convince your audience why they should train with you. Offer tips, motivation, and techniques—and make sure to show your training style.

    Happy blogging!

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