Exercise Physiologist Resume Examples & Templates

Kellie Hanna, CPRW
By Kellie Hanna, CPRW, Career Advice Expert Last Updated: December 20, 2022
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The hunt for a new job doesn’t have to be daunting if you start out with a well-written resume. Including the information that shows your skills and attributes as they relate to the position will help you land the job you’re looking for. Think of it as a marketing tool that shows why you’re the best person for the position.

Take note: An exercise physiologist resume should have sections stating your education, certification, experience, and skills. The highlights you list may include your ability to assess the client’s fitness needs, goal setting capabilities, administration of stress tests, knowledge of equipment, and ability to communicate. Put all of this information in an organized set of bulleted points to help the employer see it all at a glance without having to hunt for it.

Check out the various exercise physiologist resume templates we have and use them to help design your own.

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Resume Text

Ada Silas

123 Fake Street
City, State, Zip Code
Cell: 000-000-0000


Engaging Exercise Physiologist applying various capability tests to patients and clients to determine appropriate fitness goals. Astutely administering stress tests and other fitness assessments to further determine capabilities while initiating productive dialogs with clients. Committed to creating safe, effective fitness and exercise environments.


  • Fitness assessment capabilities
  • VO2 Max/submax testing
  • Cellular respiration movement comprehension
  • MS Word, Excel and Publisher proficiency
  • EKG equipment usage and maintenance
  • Highly interactive
  • Independent worker

Work Experience

November 2013 to Present Company Name
–City, State Exercise Physiologist

  • Administer stress tests.
  • Perform diagnostic tests on athletes to determine limitations.
  • Work with fitness staff to develop customized rehabilitation plans.
  • Educate athletes on the importance of identifying and responding to the body’s natural pain signals.
  • Conduct fitness classes.

April 2009 to October 2013 Company Name
–City, State Exercise Physiologist

  • Prepared and cleaned EKG testing equipment.
  • Assisted with the monitoring of low and moderate-risk patients.
  • Analyzed initial patient testing to determine appropriate exercise recommendations.
  • Met with doctors on staff to go over fitness and exercise recommendations, making modifications based on physical limitations.
  • Worked with patients in the center’s fitness room.

October 2005 to March 2009 Company Name
–City, State Exercise Physiologist

  • Developed individualized fitness, strength, endurance and flexibility programs for patients.
  • Evaluated patient progress with each session.
  • Prepared reports on the progress of each patient and provided regular feedback to each patient while taking the time to answer questions.
  • Developed personalized rehab treatment plans based on overall fitness goals of each patient.
  • Attended seminars and workshops to remain updated on the latest rehab trends and techniques.


2005 American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP) Certification
2005 University of California, City, State Bachelor of Science, Exercise Physiology