ACSM Health Fitness Specialist Certification
The American College of Sports Medicine’s Health Fitness Specialist (ACSM HFS) certification is considered by many to be the premier certification in the health and fitness industry.
ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist Scope of Practice
The ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist (HFS) is a degreed health and fitness professional qualified to pursue a career in university, corporate, commercial, hospital and community settings. The HFS is skilled in the following:
- Conducting risk stratification.
- Conducting physical fitness assessments and interpreting results.
- Constructing appropriate exercise prescriptions for healthy adults and individuals with controlled conditions released for independent physical activity.
- Motivating apparently healthy individuals with medically controlled diseases to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyle behaviors.
- Motivating individuals to begin and continue with their healthy behaviors.
About the HFS Exam
The test consists for 125 questions and has a 3.5 hour time limit. In 2011, the national pass rate for the exam was 59 percent. It is recommended that students study and prep for four to six weeks prior to taking the exam. The exam fee is $275, but since the Liberty Exercise Science Program is accredited our students can enter a voucher code upon registration and can take the test for $175. The exam consists of the following areas:
% of exam
|Domain I: Health and Fitness Assessment||
|Domain II: Exercise Prescription, Implementation and Ongoing Support||
|Domain III: Exercise Counseling and Behavioral Strategies||
|Domain IV: Legal/Professional||
|Domain V: Management||
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