“Two of my supervisors are involved with professional organizations, and I thought this one was a good fit for me – it’s young, growing and supports exercise physiologists. I plan to be working as an exercise physiologist for a long time and don’t want other professions to dictate my future in the workplace!”
Amber McKenzie, ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, IU Health Bloomington Hospital
Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree or higher in exercise physiology/science AND hold one of the following credentials:
ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-RCEP)
ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-CEP)
ACSM Program Director (ACSM-PD)
ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP)
Benefits: Access to all member resources and the right to participate in annual elections for Executive Committee members, make nominations for the Executive Committee, serve on committee, serve as committee chair, and be a member of the Executive Committee..
Cost: $40 (ACSM national member), $65 (non ACSM national member)
Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree or higher in the exercise physiology/science.
Benefits: Associate Members receive all the benefits of full membership except the right to participate in annual elections for Executive Committee members, make nominations for the Executive Committee, serve as committee chair, or be a member of the Executive Committee.
Cost: $35 (ACSM national member), $55 (non ACSM national member)
Qualifications: Active student of a degreed program in the exercise sciences.
Benefits: Student Members have the same privileges as the Associate Member.
Please note: All membership applications or renewals must be submitted online.