New Premium Content Section
In the coming months, ExRx.net will be offering premium content sections especially prepared for exercise professionals.
Our initial offering will include the following sections:
- exercise and dietary prescription guidelines for over 50 special populations,
- effects of commonly used pharmaceuticals on exercise prescription, and
- concise reviews of the literature on fitness and sports related injuries.
Other sections will follow. These resources have been prepared largely by graduate students since Fall 2020.
How You Can Help
We're seeking credentialed volunteers to review and edit these articles to verify that the articles and resources are factual and free of error.
Ideal reviewers would have a doctorate level degree in exercise science, nutrition, physical therapy, pharmacology, or medicine and experience in their field of practice. Examples of doctorate level degrees include PhD, EdD, DPT, MD, DO, and DC. However, we'll also consider those with related masters level degrees with extensive practical experience or academic research experience in the mentioned topics.
What You'll Get in Return
If you are interested in helping out with this process, you'll be (1) granted complimentary access to our premium content and (2) your contribution as a reviewer and editor will be recognized on the ExRx.net Editor's Page soon to be accessible under the About Us Page.
ExRx.net continues to be used by Universities, Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Agencies, Medical Organizations, and other exercise professionals. It has been a recommended internet resource in the ACSM's Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription (5th Edition, pgs 224, 349; 6th Edition, pg 32; and 7th Edition, pgs 31, 372). Now we are inviting you to help continue providing reputable resources and tools for exercise professionals.
Submit Your Application or Refer Others
Please submit your application to be considered. We encourage you to apply even if your expertise falls outside of our current areas of focus since we will certainly be moving onto other topics in the coming months.
If you are not interested in this opportunity but may know of a colleague with the relevant credentials who might be willing to help out, please send them a link to this page and encourage them to reach out to us. Your assistance is greatly appreciated!