The internet is glutted with health and fitness content that has no basis in reality. Fitness brands have a huge opportunity to serve their audience by providing factual, scientific content that answers their audience’s questions about training, injury, nutrition, recovery, and everything in between.
As a research junkie (and recovering fitness fanatic), I provide in-depth content that adds value, not noise.
“I can always count on Meredith to report the facts and provide high-quality information for our readers.” ~Megan Grant, The WOD Life
Need help running your fitness company’s blog? Let’s talk.
(I’m also available for fact-checking assignments.)
3 Reasons Why You Should Be Sprinting
What Is Active Release Therapy, and Does It Work?
How to Improve Physical Stamina
In Favor of Foam Rolling: The Benefits, According to Science
How to Optimize Recovery
Our Top 10 Favorite Mobility Drills
Squat Mechanics: Our Best Tips for Stronger, Faster Squats
The Most Common Mistakes People Make in the Overhead Squat
4 Common Deadlifting Mistakes
3 Tiny Tricks to Make Your Rowing More Efficient
Front Squats Versus Back Squats
High-Bar vs. Low-Bar Squats: What’s the Difference?
4 Exercises for Strengthening the Bottom of Your Squat
4 Challenging (and Random) Movements
9 Ways to Scale Pistols
How to Conquer the Box Jump
Pain & Injury
Athletes/People Who Work Out
I’m actively seeking more health and fitness writing opportunities. Reach out to collaborate.