For answers to common questions, including how to get started as a Registered Provider and how to open a zip file, see our FAQ page here.

General enquiries

If you’ve got a question not covered in our FAQ, or any other enquiry, please send us a message below or call

0411 772 218.  With kind regards – The team at Evidence for Exercise®


Alice Evans, Director
PO Box 581
Fullarton, Adelaide
South Australia 5063

Servicing health & fitness professionals worldwide
ABN: 62 462 900 961
ACN: 133 970 626

Student Enquiries

We offer a Registered Provider discount to students of approved institutions. Please contact us for details.

Teaching Enquiries

For enquiries relating to the use of Evidence for Exercise materials in teaching institutions such as colleges and universities, please contact us. We also offer a Registered Provider discount to teaching staff of approved institutions.

Our researchers

Evidence for Exercise researchers and consultants work in the fields of Health Science, Exercise & Sports Science, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Anatomy, Physiology, Pilates, Yoga, Gymnastics and Personal Training. Our qualifications include university undergraduate and postgraduate, and Cert IV in Training & Assessment.

Referral rewards

Do you run a business in consulting or coaching practitioners & instructors? Or perhaps you’d like to recommend us to your colleagues? Earn 15% commission in cash by referring others. Available to Evidence for Exercise Registered Providers – please login to your account and then apply here.

We are the leading provider of evidence-based exercise prescriptions and continuing education to health and fitness professionals.

Evidence for Exercise was developed to improve access for health professionals to high quality scientific analysis and presentation of exercise advice.

The clinical application of evidence-based exercise prescriptions not only results in better outcomes and increased satisfaction for patients, but also improves safety and mitigates professional liability for practitioners.

Evidence for Exercise meets current health registration board regulations requiring ‘high level evidence’ in advice and treatment, the necessary basis of health care today.