|American College of Sports Medicine|
Promotes fitness, health and quality of life through research, education and practical applications of sports medicine.
|American Society of Exercise Physiologists|
Certification (EPC), undergraduate academic accreditation, electronic research (JEPonline) and publications (PEPonline), licensure through state affiliates.
|Association of Women's Fitness|
Resource site on women's fitness and health, with a special focus on preventing home gym training injuries.
Supports the world's leading health and fitness professionals with credible information, education, career development and leadership.
International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association: Organization that promotes fitness through education and sport club membership.
|International Yoga Federation|
Lists the national and continental yoga organizations.
|Moms In Motion|
Programs provide fitness training for women and raise money for local charities.
|National Association for Health and Fitness|
A not-for-profit organization that exists to improve the quality of life of every individual in the United States through the promotion of physical fitness and healthy lifestyles and by fostering and supporting Councils for physical activity, health and sports.
|National Center on Physical Activity and Disability|
NCPAD encourages persons with disabilities to participate in regular physical activity to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent secondary conditions.
|National Institute for Fitness and Sport|
Non-profit organization committed to enhancing human health, physical fitness and athletic performance through research, education and service.