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    For any wrestler, it is a long and excruciating process, but well worth the pain to reach his goal: to be a State Champion. Before the wrestling season, a wrestler needs to be mentally, and physically prepared. This journey is anything, but easy and sometimes to have the most success, wrestlers must cut weight. The wrestler has to create goals through exercise, dieting, weight checks, while remaining mentally motivated. Sticking with these goals will determine how the individual season ends.…

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    concern and ethical violation to the person’s attention, trying to resolve the issue informally first (ACA, 2014, I.2.a) If neither of these are successful in resolving the issue actions can include “referring to the state or national committees on professional ethics, voluntary national certification bodies, state licensing boards, or appropriate institutional authorities” (ACA, 2014, I.2.b.) (p.19) Section #7: Enumerate the consequences (risks and benefits) of potential course of action from…

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    by implementing regulations in order to segregate professional sports from amateur sports. In addition, while the colleges had athletic programs that generated revenue, the rules assisted with limiting the cost of having athletes on the team, thus increasing profit. The rules that are set by the NCAA are meant to preserve and reproduce the socially constructed notions of what it means to be a student athlete and what it means to be a professional athlete. For instance, a TCU football player that…

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    get out of it? Athletes are some of the hardest working people out there and they deserve to get paid for their work on the team. There are many reasons why athletes should get paid. They spend all the time with the sport, but some never become professionals in their sport so there was no point in their hard work. Because athletes don 't get paid some have to turn to illegal sponsoring. The biggest reason is that the athletes play the game but get nothing out of it, without them there would be…

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    for entertainment purposes. Millions of people come to watch these events every year, and even one-third of the United States watched the Super Bowl last year. But does this mean that athletes should be paid the astronomical amount that they are? Professional athletes should not be paid the ridiculously high amount they are because of the way they tend to spend it, the money they can…

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    Its all about the money Today, male professional athletes are one of the most entertaining groups to watch. Professional male athletes participate in crucial, competitive, and sometimes aggressive sports which can lead to severe injuries. Unlike any average person, the injuries will lead them to lose their job. Professional athletes face risking their starting position and their lively hood every single time they are practicing. Professional athletes get paid in salary just what they warrant…

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    To put it into perspective, the NCAA did a study and were able to estimate that “only 1.7 percent of college football players and 0.08 percent of high school players play at any professional level” (Morgan 1). Notice how the statistics say “any professional level.” This doesn’t even necessarily include the athletes with the high-paying salaries that are being talked about. This means that the 0.8% of high school players diminishes to even a smaller number. These…

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    misconduct that has been chosen for this paper is counsellor responsibilities, professional competence and boundaries. This misconduct underpins attribution theory; is the theory of how a person interprets events through thinking and behaviour. Counsellors responsibilities are defined as the counsellor is ethically and morally responsible for the counselling relationship between themselves and client. Professional competence is the practiced skills and knowledge the counsellor applies during…

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    Athletes Hall Of Fame

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    Hall of Fame Athletes who use performance enhancing drugs during their time in professional sports should not be allowed in their respective sport’s Hall of Fame because they did not earn that right by sheer talent but instead cheated to give themselves an unfair advantage. These men and women are supposed to be the role models for today 's youth athletes. But these days, it’s sad because if an athlete has a remarkable year, or a remarkable night or even an amazing hit, most people will…

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    The Great Golf Ball Dilemma- Will *All calculations are rounded* This maths investigation explored the best way to package six golf balls and to recommend to the manager of a sports manufacturing company Supreme Sports. The task was to test two designs, a cylindrical box and a rectangular box, under the criteria of wasting minimal space and also the least cost the company. This testing would occur by using the knowledge of surface area and volume using formulas to find out the mathematical…

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