Share Your Passion.

Join the writing team - submit a post or two.


Submitting Articles

One of the things I really enjoy in the world of strength training is people's willingness to share their ideas. Everywhere you look, someone's performing an exercise in a different way; or using an uncommon training technique.
If you'd like to share your own strength-training insights, a guest post on Straight to the Bar might be just what you're looking for. Whether you're a personal trainer, professional athlete or just someone who loves this stuff; an article here will put you in touch with some incredible readers.

The process involved is nice and painless. To share an article, simply log in and copy/paste your article from your word processor of choice. One of the editors here will review it, and publish as soon as possible.

If you'd like to join the superb team of writers here, let me know.

Talking About It

The other side of the articles is the conversation beneath each one, which discusses the various points raised in the article itself. Many of the Straight to the Bar writers have contributed greatly to many of the posts on this site.

If you'd like to do the same, I'd highly recommend starting with the 'Best of Straight to the Bar' articles. You'll find them all here :

straighttothebar.com/articles


Pointing to Upcoming Competitions & Events

If you know of a strongman or bodybuilding competition - or a similar fitness-related event - tell us about it. Just add it to the Strength Calendar, and point everyone to it. You'll find the calendar here :

docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Apakfv2ufLhsdFd2UXBtS3JjY0N4bnpBY0wxS1lfR1E


The Gymchats

If you'd like to be on an upcoming Gymchat (the weekly interviews) - or would simply like to point us to someone you'd love to see on the show - feel free to contact Josh directly. You'll find all his contact details here.

Asking Questions, Seeking Help

Straight to the Bar Community on Google+
Straight to the Bar Community on Google+.
We also receive a number of messages asking specific questions, and asking for help. Greatly appreciated.

The best place for these is in the Straight to the Bar Community on Google+ : plenty of trainers, coaches and serious fitness enthusiasts over there. Or for things which are a little more confidential, you can also contact us privately. Either way is fine.


Incidentally, if you’d like to discuss any of the stuff above, come and join us on the Straight to the Bar Community over on Google+. Absolutely free.