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    This paper will examine what it will be like to graduate as an athletic training major and some of the misconceptions. There is a clear difference between athletic trainer and personal trainers. Most people will confuse some of the roles of other jobs with that of an athletic trainer. The technology we use is similar to that of a physical therapist although our main job is to prevent. Although our jobs are similar we had to complete different levels of education. According to the national athletic trainers association (NATA), we have to graduate from an accredited college and pass the certification test at the Board of Certification (BOC). It according to similar websites there is an increase in athletic training jobs all across the nation.…

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    Athletic shoes are an uncommon piece of men's attire. Dynamic men require shoes that are solid, lightweight and well made. Basketball shoes are regularly the primary thing that rings a bell when one supposes on men's athletic shoes. There are many different types of shoes other than the basketball. All games shoes for men are made the same with a couple of contrasts, for example, spikes and tallness. 91hml8qcz9l-_ul1500_ There are additionally a couple of classes of shoes that have any effect…

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    Athletic Training is something that I have been interested in for quite a while. It requires a willingness to improve the body, health wise and strength wise. I have chosen this career field because it is something I like to do, and have been doing for a long time. Athletic Training also involves lifting weights and getting physically fit to improve our life and self-esteem. Athletic Training is something that anyone could do. A good benefit to Athletic Training would be the feeling of relief…

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    Most people today have seen on television during a sports game an Athletic Trainer run out to the field to assist an injured athlete. They are the first line of care during any emergency situation on the field when they are present. Many different athletic and even non-athletic settings employ Athletic Trainers for the different services they can provide. Athletic Trainers can provide more than just taping an ankle and applying ice. They also create rehabilitation programs, manage acute…

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    the invaluable opportunity to observe one of the Athletic Trainers at The University of Miami and see firsthand what it is like to work for a Division 1 athletic program. Many people never see what goes on behind the scenes in order for their favorite athletes to perform at the highest level during sporting events. Being in the Athletic Training Facility gave me this exposure and helped me to understand just how essential the role of the athletic trainer is for a program. I was able to apply the…

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    that I chose to research is Athletic Administration. Athletic Administration is a field that I believe I can excel. Because I have a passion for the sport and I am an African-American woman, I think that I would be an asset to the profession. This profession is typically dominated by white males. Nonetheless, I think it is a career which I could flourish. I would like an opportunity to pursue a career in athletic administration because of the many possible job opportunities in this particular…

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    In the article I read ‘Why Certified Athletic Trainers Are important’ it explains that the main job of an athletic trainer is to be able to recognize and evaluate sport injuries. They are also able to help prevent injuries for athletes. In the article in one high school they don’t have an athletic trainer. How are the coaches evaluating student athletes? To make sure they don’t have a concussion or any other injury. Although since 1998 the (AMA) American Medical Association formed a policy that…

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    Benefits Of Being An Athletic Trainer

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    I love sports and sporting events. Athletic trainers get to travel with them team and stand on the field with the team. The team pays for everything the athletic trainer does. The team also buys the athletic trainers whole uniform which is generally a pair of really nice tennis shoes and a nice shirt with slacks. Being an athletic trainer will allow me to interact with the players. If I do athletic training on a professional level I will get to meet many cool and interesting pro athletes! I…

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    there are more than just doctors and nurses. There are also athletic trainers who help the athletes in the field and in the court of the gymnasium. They are always there for an injured athlete. They just don’t help them by wrapping their ankles or wrist they also give them some treatments and tell them what exercises they can do to get better and heal faster. Athletic trainers are certified health care professionals who participate in the field of sport medicine. They also recommend special…

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    Some colleges are considering getting rid of athletic scholarships. Many athletes depend on these scholarships to be able to attend college and without these scholarships, furthering their education and reaching their athletic goals would be impossible. Scholarships are awarded for excelling in certain aspects of a student’s career, and athletics is a huge part of this for some students. While many think of academic standing as the main cause for awarding scholarships, high achievements in…

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