I have written an article for online and printed publications
and needed some exercise images. I gave the webmaster and editor
links to the relevant exercises on your site but they also wants
to know if they can reproduce the animated GIFs in the article
themselves if they give you credit/acknowledgement?
We will consider your request for use of one to several images.
We will need the following to process your request:
Your contact information (full name, company, address, phone,
Exactly which images you are interested in presenting
If on the web, we will also require this additional information:
URL which they will appear
Your web host's URL
How long the article and images will appear
If the pages in which the images will appear will be available
to the public or password protected with subscription access.
Once you are granted permission, we will require acknowledgements
stating "images used with permission from ExRx.net"
along with a link to ExRx.net on each page our images appear.
If you require many images, you may consider purchasing our
clip art collections:
Requires purchase and no additional fee required to publish
images in printed publication and on website pages; no permission
Cannot publish within software of any kind (web app, desktop
application, mobile app, etc).
For approval, please e-mail us your project description, image
collect(s) of interests, number of images required, along with
your contact information to .
I am a personal trainer from Denmark who really likes your
page! I was wondering if it is ok for me to copy the pictures
you're using in your page to describe the exercises? My intentions
is to illustrate the exercises to my clients. Because I'm doing
most of my programs over e-mail.
You are permitted to link to pages or print
out pages for your clients. Within an e-mail, you may provide
links to your clients for each exercise
followed by your special instructions.
Alternatively, you may purchase our clip art collections: