Thank you for your interest in writing for Lift.net! With thousands of visitors, Lift.net is a great place to perfect your writing skills, get recognition, and share with others your passion for lifting. We would love to have your submission, so continue on to learn a little more.
Am I suitable?
Lift.net is a hardcore weight lifting enthusiast website where visitors come to be informed, motivated, and read content related to their interest. Many are passionate and well educated in the field, so a serious lifting background and experience is typically required. There are some exceptions to this rule, but not many.
What should I write about?
Typically something interesting, funny, controversial, or uniquely educational works best. Something that gets the reader to try something new, whether that’s a new routine, movement, diet, or anything else. We want your advice, experience, research, and knowledge! Please keep in mind that there are dozens of typical (squat) tutorials. If you have an extreme expertise (you have a record smashing squat), or new unique proposal in an already flooded topic, you may be the exception. People would love to hear your story.
More important details…
Please consider your submissions as a polished “final draft” and include links to related images and videos. All submissions must be completely written on your own, with no stolen content. We have the right to publish or refuse any article and reserve the right to edit any article we publish. The article you submit cannot be published on other sites, including your own. Please note, at times article readers will have questions regarding your article, please answer all questions if possible.
Showcase your talent and help others! We can’t wait to publish your articles! If you want to submit an article for review, you can do so using this page here. Alternatively, if you have any questions, please contact us.
By submitting an article, you grant LIFT non-exclusive (non-exclusive meaning you still own the rights to your work and can do anything you want with it, we just have the right to distribute, reproduce, translate, etc. whatever you submit to LIFT), world-wide, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty free, fully sub-licensable license(s) to use, distribute, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, publicly perform and publicly display your post (in whole or in part) and to incorporate your comments into other works in any format or medium now known or later developed.