The Health Benefits of Exercise Report
The Health Benefits of Exercise Report (formerly called “Health e-Review”) provides you and your staff with bi-weekly summaries of the latest research on the health benefits of regular exercise and healthy habits. Our articles are pulled from the thousands published in the online biomedical research database known as “PubMed” and summed up in easy-to-read and share formats.
Using the Health Benefits of Exercise Report
The many benefits of exercise and a healthy lifestyle are meant to be shared.
- Read the biweekly newsletters to familiarize yourself with the latest research on exercise and health.
- Search the archives – organized chronologically and by topic area - to find talking points for media appearances and promotional opportunities. (Member login required)
- Design new and exciting health promotion programs using the evidence base established by our over 800 published articles.
Educate Your Staff.
- Knowledgeable, informed staff is an important part of your business. Share the knowledge by forwarding the email newsletters to your employees.
- Direct trainers to the archives to search for articles on any demographic groups they work with regularly.
- Generate talking points your sales team can use to convince a prospective member of the many benefits of exercising in your club.
Educate Your Community.
- Display the posters to remind members of the many benefits of regular physical activity and the good work they are doing just by walking through your doors and breaking a sweat.
- Use our articles to add content to your email newsletters or in club flyers, or forward our pre-formatted tweets and newsletter to your members.
What IHRSA Members Are Saying About the Health Benefits of Exercise Report
- “The Health E-Review is one of the best things I get from an IHRSA membership.”
- “It's one of the most practical benefits we get and use from IHRSA.”
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