If you have a way with words and a passion for health and fitness, this is your opportunity to write about your city and its fitness community.
Fitt is super passionate about helping people go healthy. We exist to connect people with their local health and fitness community. We're on a mission to uncover the best local workout spots, healthy eats, and upcoming events in every city.
But we’re not all green juice and sweat sessions. We want to make fitness fun! Sometimes that means combining beer and yoga or running a "donut dash." If it’s healthy-ish and one heck of a good time, we’re in.
You’re actively involved in your city’s fitness community. Everyone looks to you for tips on the best run routes, yoga studios, and healthy eats. Plus you’re able to write informative, engaging, actionable, and share-worthy content like a pro.
First and foremost, we're looking for contributors who love to sweat. If you're not at work, you're rocking workout gear. You're constantly exploring different hiking trails, fitness studios, and healthy restaurants. You can recommend a running route or upcoming race at a moment's notice. If there's a new gym opening in your town, you know about it first. There's a good chance your Twitter bio has the words fitness, yogi, runner, or paleo in it. And your Instagram photos are of acai bowls, green juice, or you setting a new PR in the gym or at a half-marathon.
Of course, having the scoop on your local fitness scene is only part of the deal. You should also have experience creating content for the web. That could be a blog, website, social platforms, or in a professional capacity; be it PR or communications.
How to Apply:
Please complete the accompanying application, and be sure to include relevant links to your portfolio, sample articles, Instagram, Twitter, and/or Linkedin accounts (more = better). Additionally, it's important that you take a moment to submit a cover letter. This should be easy since you are applying to be a writer/content creator.
Do: Tell us about your favorite sweat spot, the last obstacle race you ran, or go-to green juice in a way that best represents your knowledge of the topic and your ability to create content people will actually enjoy.
Do not: Rely on your credentials, resume, or a long winded cover letter to win us over. If you're truly the right person for this role, you'll know how to get our attention.