As a fitness professional, you have a lot of knowledge and experience to share with the world. Blogging is the perfect way to do this. And by writing a fitness blog, you are also actively promoting your fitness brand. To help you get started we have made a list of ten fitness blog post topics. Time to write!
1. Supplements, do you need them or not?
Lots of people are interested in supplements but have no clue where to start. There is so much information on this topic available online that it can be overwhelming. Give your advice and be very clear about it. It will definitely be appreciated by your readers.
2. What do you do when you lack motivation for working out?
This is one of those typical issues everybody who goes to a gym struggles with now and then. You can make an entire series of blog posts on this topic and give small bits of advice in each post. Try to be original though, because there are a lot of answers to these questions available and you want yours to stand out.
3. Share a personal story
The goal of your blog is to engage your readers and telling personal stories is a great method to connect. Tell your readers about your ideas on fitness, share your approach to training, or write down the story about your first steps in the industry.
4. Go in-depth on functional training
It can never harm to follow the hype now and then. Functional training has existed for years, but somehow it has become quite a buzz these days. No problem, you can give your two cents on this topic as well.
5. Workout tips for when you are traveling
Blogs with pieces of advice are popular. You can choose all sorts of situations which diverge from ‘normal’ life and give it a spin. Why not “fitness for new parents” or “workout ideas for after your break-up” or “working out when you are traveling?” Your goal is to trigger people and let them know that you are there for them with your knowledge.
This blog doesn’t even have to be about yourself. You can even gather some of these moments among your followers. Everybody loves to read about other people making a fool out of themselves. Especially since most of us feel quite vulnerable in the gym. These kinds of blogs are meant for laughing, but it’s important you always conclude on a motivational tone.
7. Bad food and why it tastes so good
Nutrition should be a part of your blogs as well. Give your best advice, or even invite a guest blogger to write a well-researched article with concise and easy to implement nutritional advice.
8. The exercise that’s a challenge for you.
People tend to view fitness professionals as if they have it all together. But it is actually refreshing to show that you are also a human who struggles to perform some exercises.
9. Easy workouts for in the house
As we mentioned before; advice blogs work really well. Especially when they tackle a very practical and everyday challenge most people face in their lives. Like finding a place and a time to do a workout.
10. Muscle building mistakes most people make
Combining a popular topic (‘muscle building’) with ‘mistakes’ or ‘problems’ will immediately draw the attention of your readers. Make sure the information you provide is accurate and easy to understand!
With these 10 ideas, it shouldn’t be difficult for you to get started on your fitness blog. Good luck!