I’d been into extreme sports for a long time before I got the idea to start writing about them. Pushing myself to the limits fulfills the adrenaline seeker in me, but my writing offers me the chance to really look back and reflect on what I have achieved. If it inspires a few people to try something new along the way, that’s even better.

However, I also know that for all of the things that I have done in my life, there are thousands of other extreme sports experiences that I have never had. That’s where you come in.

The audience at True Guts is also one of the site’s most valuable assets. As True Guts has grown, I’ve started to work with people just like you who contribute to my blog and make it the place to be for adrenaline seekers who need to get their fix in any way they can.

Of course, I wouldn’t expect you to write for me if there was nothing in it for you. So here are just a few of the reasons why you should submit a guest post to my blog.

Sharing The True Guts Audience

True Guts basically started out as a way for me to share what I do with my friends, but the site has built an amazing audience over the years. 12,000 unique monthly visitors later and True Guts is now able to offer a ton of benefits to adrenaline seekers and the businesses that help us to do what we do every single day.

You might own your own blog, or helm a company that offers products and services to people who push themselves every day. Maybe you just have something to say and want to make sure that as many people as possible get to hear it. Whatever the case, True Guts can help you reach a big audience very quickly. Better yet, a lot of those people will be very interested in what you have to share, which means my audience can become your audience as well.

It’s Really Easy

You may be sitting there thinking to yourself how difficult it must be to write content for a website. You can handle jumping out a plane without giving it a second thought, but the idea of crafting an article, particularly one that sees you sharing stories about who you are and what makes you that person, can be terrifying. This goes double for those who have never written for a blog before.

The first thing that I want to tell you is that you don’t need to have any writing experience to write and publish your post here. What’s important to me is that you have a ton of passion for what you do in your life. Moving beyond that into writing can be done, and I am here to make everything as easy as possible through constant communication and feedback to ensure your guest post engages the True Guts audience.

Reflect On Your Life

One of the many reasons that I post so much at True Guts is that it allows me to take stock of what I have achieved and reflect on my life a little. When you spend so much time pushing yourself to the edge, it can be easy to forget that it’s actually good to slow down once in a while.

If you write for my website, you can develop a better understanding of what you have achieved and how it may affect your life for the better. I’ve lost count of the amount of epiphanies I’ve had just from writing for True Guts and I truly believe that a lot of fellow adrenaline seekers will see the same benefits if they submit a guest post to my blog.

What You Should Write About

We cover a lot of topics at True Guts, but we tend to stick to the extreme sports niche. That means we are interested in any guest posts that look at the following:

  • Cliff Jumping
  • Clothing & Equipment
  • Diving
  • Health and Medicine
  • Helicopter Riding
  • Lifestyle Tips
  • Motorcycling
  • Mountain Biking
  • Reviews
  • Rock Climbing
  • SkyDiving
  • Snowboarding
  • Surfing
  • Traveling
  • Windsurfing

We cover the gamut from beginners through to seasoned pros, so any of these article ideas would be great:

  • 10 Tips For Overcoming Sky Diving Nerves
  • Items Of Clothing That All Skiers Need
  • Fitting Your Life Around Your Sports

If you think you have what it takes – and I know that you do – please contact me at kevin@trueguts.com to get started with your guest post.