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Shadowing a Certified Athletic Trainer

- Shadowing a Certified Athletic Trainer For this project, the certified athletic trainer who I have shadowed for almost eight hours in just one day is Candace O'Bryan, currently the athletic trainer at Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron. Candace has worked at Hoban now entering her third year at the high school. She works alone as a trainer there but works along side one team doctor who is at every game, and the other one being a neurosurgeon but is just a parent helping out. Candace works through a clinic in downtown Akron next to the Spaghetti Warehouse....   [tags: Athletic Trainer Job Description]

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Athletic Trainer

- Athletic Trainer An athletic trainer seeking employment in today's job market is likely to encounter many problems and obstacles along the way. The need for higher education greatly affects the prospect for the athletic trainer with only the baccaulereate degree. Those with this degree are better suited to seek employment in the rehabilitative therapy clinic setting. Many of these clinics have contracts with the local high schools or university thus allowing for more employees and allowing these entry level positions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Trainee Accountant Recruitment

- RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEE ACCOUNTANTS Finding ways to support improvements on traditional approaches is a constant challenge to any field and control professionals, who must be open and receptive to change. Not being afraid of change isn't enough, however; accountants must be excited and motivated about new ways of doing things. With the introduction of Human Resources, people in an organization have taken a new role. Long gone were the days when an accountant is a clerk. In today’s day and age, an employee is an asset for that company....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Analysis of the Trailer of Bride and Prejudice

- Analysis of the Trailer of Bride and Prejudice Introduction The purpose of the trailer ‘Bride and Prejudice’ is to advertise the film and to attract and interest the audience. The audience, which the trailer is trying to attract, are teenagers and young adults. I know this because the film has young actors and actresses, and the theme of the film is modern. The film has been inspired by the book ‘Pride and Prejudice’, which was written by Jane Austen. The genre of the film is filled with romance and comedy; the film also is also a musical as it has music and dances being performed by the actors and actresses during the film....   [tags: Papers]

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Investigation of the Spiderman 2 Trailer

- Investigation of the Spiderman 2 Trailer A trailer is an extremely important tool in making the film. It encapsulates two minutes of the film trying to convince the audience that that film is worth while watching using many techniques including the unique selling point. The unique selling point is a feature that is unique to that film. This can be the actor or actress that stars in the film or the subject of matter the film portrays or even the way the film is made. The trailer has more impact on the viewer than posters because it involves moving pictures and sound, this gives the viewer a feel of the film....   [tags: Papers]

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Trailer Analysis of The Matrix

- Trailer Analysis of The Matrix The film trailer that I am going to analyse is the first film of a trilogy, this film was released in 1999 and revolutionised films forever. Introducing bullet time, new and improved slow motion effect, this is now seen in many movies today. This film pops up many philosophical questions that made scientists and philosophers E.g. Steven Hawkins, ask the question, is this possible. Not only has this film changed the views of many people, it has a big cult following from hardcore fans to people in mental institutes that been effect by this film....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of the Trailer of The Others

- Analysis of the Trailer of The Others The main aim of film trailers is to encourage people to see the film. Filmmakers do this by showing some of the best clips from the film, but not so much that you’ll know what happens. While the clips are showing, usually an American voice gives you a brief synopsis. Other information given about the film is the director, the main actor, the age certificate and the date it is released. The horror genre has a good market because lots of people enjoy being scared senseless....   [tags: Free Essays]

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How the Film Trailer for A Knight's Tale Engages the Audience

- How the Film Trailer for A Knight's Tale Engages the Audience The film trailer " A Knights Tale" shows its audience what the film will be about and tells a brief amount of the story, it does this by using many techniques. The film trailer is spilt into five different sections all each with a different theme and the genres of the film. Section one is the establishing scene. This tells us the overall genre of the film and sets the mood and the atmosphere of the film and for the audience....   [tags: Papers]

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An Analysis of the Film Trailer for Disney’s Incredible’s

- An Analysis of the Film Trailer for Disney’s Incredible’s Film trailers are important because they whet the audience’s appetite and encourage people to watch the film by giving them an insight into it. In this essay I will analyse the film trailer for Disney’s ‘The Incredibles’ and comment upon how it appeals to the target audience. Teaser trailers are effective because they whet the audience’s appetite and introduce us to some of the characters; they also give us an idea of the genre and keep the audience in suspense....   [tags: Papers]

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Globe Trotting Trainers Article on Exploitation of Workers in Lesser Economically Developed Countries

- Globe Trotting Trainers Article on Exploitation of Workers in Lesser Economically Developed Countries The article 'Globe Trotting Trainers' is intended to persuade readers to complain about the exploitation of workers in lesser economically developed countries. The writer tries to persuade the reader to do something about it. The piece is written for teenagers or young adults. I know this because the title of the magazine is 'Young People Magazine.' Alternatively the article uses fashionable makes which are mostly associated with teenagers or younger people....   [tags: Papers]

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By the end of the play Rita having a mind trained to think, has developed

- By the end of the play Rita having a mind trained to think, has developed a confidence that enables her to make her own decisions. How far do you think that Frank was solely responsible for this development. By the end of the play Rita having a mind trained to think, has developed a confidence that enables her to make her own decisions. How far do you think that Frank was solely responsible for this development, or do you think that Frank was simply' the key that unlocked Rita's mind In Educating Rita, the audience sees the wilful struggle of a working class woman's thirst to be educated .A literature professor takes on the challenge, because she is like 'a breath of fresh air'with a tota...   [tags: English Literature]

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Muscle Strengthening with Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids in Resistance Trained Athletes and Non-Athletes

- Simply because the same muscular strength enhancements are gained by athletes and non-athletes this does not mean that anabolic-androgenic steroids do not come without side effects (Harthens and Kuipers, 2004). The adverse physical and mental side effects can affect long term users of anabolic-androgenic steroids as well as short term users whether they be athletes or non-athletes (Harthens and Kuipers, 2004). Side effects related to anabolic steroid use fall into many different categories such as: cardiovascular, hepatic, dermatologic, reproductive-endocrine, male specific and female specific, behavioral and injection related (Amsterdam et al.,2010)....   [tags: side effects, physical, behavior]

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Maintaining a Healthy Life through Fitness Training

- ... Thanks to the gladdening variety of programs, sometimes beginners face hard times finding what's best, mistakenly forcing them into schedules that are too difficult. Unlike general affinities, our bodies love a specific healthy routine which is not forcing muscles and bones. For that reason, it's important to start with easy programs. Either you decide to perform your exercises individually or in a small group both of the options will work well. Trainers are more and more specialized in group therapies providing a healthy education for maintaining a body fit that large corporate companies started making sure their employers follow a fitness program....   [tags: program, trainers, programs, running]

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How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film

- How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film James Bond films have always been popular, but producers still need to draw in new viewers. They do this in a variety of ways but the trailers are always the most important. In this essay I will be analysing the key points that make a successful trailer. In this Bond film, James must battle against Renerd, a man who feel physical pain due to a bullet in his head, when he decides to sabotage the construction of the new King pipeline, an oil line that can give oil to the world for the future....   [tags: Papers]

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"I Want to Know Why": A Reality Check

- Sherwood Anderson's "I Want to Know Why" shows how a young boy realizes that his role model is not who he thought would be. The boy had just turned fifteen and had a passion for thoroughbred horses. His small town of Beckersville was filled with men who owned farmland and raced horses, his friends were just as passionate as he was. The boy and three of his friends from Kentucky went on a trip alone to see a horse race in Saratoga.. Before the race began, he wandered down to see Sunstreak, a beautiful thoroughbred, and knew for a fact he would win the race hands down that day....   [tags: American Literature]

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Psychological Effects Of Long

- The Psychological Effects of an Injury With every injury it is important to remember that the athlete will be affected mentally. Not all athletes will act identically to the same injury. Although research shows there are factors that are commonly seen among athletes going through adjustment to injury and rehabilitation. There are three reactive phases of the injury and rehab process. They are reaction to injury, reaction to rehabilitation, and reaction to return to competition or career termination....   [tags: essays research papers]

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How The Product Will Be Marketed

- How The Product Will Be Marketed The trainers will have to be repositioned in my adverts to appeal more to elderly people, which will mean finding the areas of current trainer adverts that are targeted at younger people and replace them with alternatives which are more aimed at older people. This should be done but I must make sure that the product is still represented how I want it at the end of my advert. I would like my product to be seen by older folks as something that can give them more speed, balance, and a physical advantage, whilst still being comfortable and with a smart appearance for a pair of trainers....   [tags: Business and Management Studies]

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Stefan Edberg

- Stefan Edberg The tennisplayer Stefan Edberg is nowadays a legend in his sport. I met him myself in France in 1987. I was 8 years old. He and the other members of the Swedish Daviscup team were playing the Daviscup against France. However, before the training I met them in the lobby of their hotel in Fréjus. My father knew the Swedish captain of the team so we could watch them training.After that Stefan has been one of my idols. I play tennis a lot myself. But now to the story about Stefan Edberg....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Delegating Responsibility

- In the world of business, there are many tasks and a single person alone cannot do roles that need to be filled and all. The responsibilities that leaders and their subordinates have can range from one to one hundred and the importance of these tasks should always be taken seriously. By delegating responsibilities throughout a team of people, tasks get taken care of and the business is run, in a perfect world, smoothly. Delegation is a skill of which we have all heard - but which few understand....   [tags: Business Management Leadership]

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Elbow or Shoulder Pain and Professional Baseball Pitchers

- Elbow or Shoulder Pain and Professional Baseball Pitchers It’s fair to say that a good baseball game can lie in the hands of the pitcher. According to an article by the American Journal of Sports Medicine, 50 percent of professional baseball pitchers experience elbow or shoulder pain due to the way they throw the ball. Because not much research has been done on professional baseball athletes, the purpose of this publication was to find at what point in the pitcher’s technique does most of the damage occur....   [tags: essays papers]

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Case Study of Ankle Injuries in Sports Medicine

- Case Study of Ankle Injuries in Sports Medicine Ankle injuries rank as the most common injury in athletics today, and compared to men, women basketball players are 25 % to 60% more susceptible to spraining their ankles. The article began by hypothesizing that this rate is so high in women, because ankle-strength is due to an inversion-eversion muscle strength ratio that is associated with ankle injuries. And past experiments have proven that women, on average, have less muscle strength at the ankle than men....   [tags: Papers]

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Successful Organizational Diversity Management

- Successful Organizational Diversity Management Why is organizational diversity important. Historically, diversity in the workplace has been recognized as an employment equity issue. Now, however, diversity in the workplace is being recognized as a benefit that will contribute to an organization's bottom line. Increased employee and customer satisfaction end up as increased productivity, all of which are measurable outcomes (Goff, 1998). Diversity goes beyond employment equity to nurturing an environment that values the differences and maximizes the potential of all employees, one that stimulates employee creativity and innovativeness (U.S....   [tags: Workplace Employment Business Essays]

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Computer-Based Training

- Computer-Based Training Definition and Descriptions of Computer-Based Training Workers, new or experienced, are constantly needing some kind of education or a new way of doing something in their system. The training usually needs to be done at a convenient time, and in a cost effective and timely manner. This is where computer-based training comes into play. Computer-based training or CBT has been described as a "method that supports and strengthens adult learning… that fosters flexible, self-directed learning techniques" (Sandler, 1998)....   [tags: Work Job Technology Essays]

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Personal Trainer Palo Alto: What are the Qualities to Look for When Hiring One?

- ... Getting fit and healthy will require a lot of patience because this is a goal that needs consistency in order to achieve it. Further, it should be seen as well in the personality of a personal trainer you want to work with. One of the reason you hired a personal trainer is because you have insufficient amount of knowledge of making yours goals into reality. Because of this, a client especially the beginners in this field will ask a lot of question, will expect a lot from their trainers and will be more doubtful in every procedure....   [tags: trainer, change, fitness, goals, patience]

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Athletic Trainer

- I had a hard time finding a career. All the careers I came across did not interest me at all. Until a friend came up with the idea of the career of athletic training. That is when I started my research and my interest grew greater. Athletic trainers help prevent and treat injuries for people of all ages. Athletic trainers try to prevent injuries by educating people on how to reduce their risk on getting injured. Another way Athletic trainers use to prevent injuries is by advising people on the proper use of equipment....   [tags: Professional Ambition]

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Career for Treating Sports Injuries

- Sports are fun activities you can do so you are not bored and you can exercise your body. Some sports are more active and aggressive than others. Sports are not all just fun and games because; you are able to injure yourself in many ways. People can injure many parts of their body because our bodies are not invincible. People have injured many different body parts in different ways ranging from small cuts and bruises to bones slicing through skin, the need for amputation, concussions leading to serious brain damage and many more injuries....   [tags: trainer, legs, splints]

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Choosing a Gym Membership

- Individuals have many options available for fitness centers and health clubs. Many places offer various features and benefits, such as tanning beds and spas. However, there are many aspects to consider if an option for an exercise and workout location is necessary. Many cities have gyms which are a brand and offer many options, but the best gym in Hyattsville may just be down the road. There are many aspects to keep in mind when considering a gym membership. Advantages of Smaller Gyms Smaller Hyattsville gyms typically have fewer members or members who are not able to workout each day of the week....   [tags: trainer, fees, fitness]

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The Strength Trainer?s Guide to Success

- Your body has about 650 muscles. No matter that you care about just four or five of them, all of which can be sculpted with maybe a half-dozen strength-training exercises. You still need all of them to perform the normal functions of everyday life; breathing, eating, walking, sucking in your stomach at the beach. Of course everyone wants to have the perfect body; however, few of us don’t effectively know how to reach our body building goals. Since muscle growth is such a slow process, weight-lifting should be broken down into three muscle developing stages....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analysis of Halloween Film Trailer

- Analysis of Halloween Film Trailer I have decided to look at a trailer that was filmed in 1978 called Halloween directed by John Carpenter. The purpose of the trailer is to tease the audience into wanting to see the film but also to identify genre through conventions and create opinions in the audiences mind. The genre of my trailer is cross generic horror; appealing to a wide target audience. The horror genre is represented through the scenes involving blood and violence. Conventions of the trailer include the length, use of settings, characters, music, sound effects, and colours....   [tags: Papers]

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A Perfect Trailer: Pride and Prejudice

- Late 18th century England, a time when the role of women in society was little and their purpose in life was to marry wealthy men. The trailer for “pride and prejudice” begins by showing the main protagonist “Elizabeth Bennet” who rejected society’s view of women marrying for wealth and security. Elizabeth’s decision gained her criticism from her parents, and soon she falls in love with “Mr. Darcy” (the hero) and “Mr. Darcy” felt the same way. However their pride would falter them from admitting each other’s feelings, hence the story focuses on how both characters overcame their pride through many difficulties....   [tags: film coming attractions]

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Film Trailer Portfolio

- Film Trailer Portfolio When the task of creating a film trailer was first put to us, I had several ideas for the movie's context. The first was of a movie in the action genre that dealt with revenge, whilst the other two were in the horror genre. The horror genre appealed to me more, as a low budget film can still have the desired effect by use of different filming techniques, and I wanted to depend more on a psychological aspect. My first idea was to do a film about a poltergeist....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of the Trailer of The Shawshank Redemption

- Analysis of the Trailer of The Shawshank Redemption The Shawshank Redemption is a powerful, moving, meaningful movie which is all about hope and full of emotion. It’s based on a novel written by Stephen King. Andy (Tom Robbins) is a banker who is sent to jail but him being guilty is very questionable; his crime being the murder of his wife and her lover. However, Andy makes the best of the situation and awes his fellow criminals by his peculiar and withdrawn character and soon befriends Red the prison fixer....   [tags: Papers]

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Trailer Analysis of Mission Impossible II

- Trailer Analysis of Mission Impossible II Introduction I am to investigate one or two trailers, and analyse the information shown to me, and how it is shown. A trailer is a preview to a film, like a blurb in the back of a book. It aims to entice the viewer into watching the film. A successful trailer is a matter of opinion, but personally I like fast action trailers with a voice over that reveals a sneak peek at what the film is about. I also like trailers with special effects too....   [tags: Papers]

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Letter of Entry to a College´s Financing Department

- Shall I pretend that I am acquainted with every part of the course, having read the detailed content of the modules. I shall not bore you with that. Instead, here are some glimpses of my journey so far in building the foundation for my career in Accounting and Finance. My first part-time job at the age of 15 was at a formal-dress boutique where I worked as a salesperson. I realised the importance of multiple language skills when I tried to enhance the customers’ in-store experience and was able to make them feel more comfortable as I could communicate in 3 languages, namely, English, Chinese, Malay and a few other dialects....   [tags: Stocks, Student, Trainee]

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Athletic Training Career

- "Here she comes around the last curve she's just about to break the world record for fastest mile run by a woman. Almost there, and she's done it. But wait, she's on the ground, gee whiz I think her knees gave out!" How is this girl going to get better. What should she do to fix this. An athletic trainer would be able to answer these questions and help this girl get back into the best physical condition possible so she could run again. The following are key parts of the Athletic Training career, including, but not limited to: requirements of education and colleges that offer programs; basic job titles and responsibilities; employers; benefits, hours, annual income; extending the job experien...   [tags: Sports, Health and Physical Education]

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A Career in Athletic Training

- A Career in Athletic Training The occupation is an athletic trainer. The job description is to work with athletes in an effort to prevent injuries. They work in amateur and professional sports. Once injuries occur, the athletic trainer is required to evaluate the problem and get the athlete the proper medical treatment. He or she also makes sure that athletes are physically ready and able to play after an injury. Athletic trainers set up physical conditioning programs for athletes, work with equipment managers to make sure that playing and training areas are in working order, and also work with physicians in developing and implementing a rehabilitation program for injured players....   [tags: Papers]

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The Jobs I Hated Throughout My Life

- ... I would knock at people’s doors and beg them to buy the vacuum. I was just a trainee when I started this new job and had looked at the videos the company instructed me to watch to optimize my selling potential. Once all the class work was done we had to go out five days straight a field trainer, there were many doors to be knocked on. At first I would observe the trainers do their demonstrations to the clients. They would put a cup of dirt on the carpet and show how this “special” vacuum cleaner could suck it up, shampoo the carpets, as well as take out stains....   [tags: sales, demonstration, vacuum]

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ANALYSIS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTHCARE

- The article on Black America Web entitled “The state of Black America, Part 4: Health as Wealth” (Lewis, 17 Jan. 05) is mainly addressing how African Americans should get check-ups, eat a healthier diet, exercise, among other things to maintain their health. The authors main point of writing an article about health is so that African Americans will be propelled to take preventative measures to prevent and treat disease that may be debilitating or lethal, to get professional help if they are not feeling mentally prepared, and to put aside mistrust of the medical profession....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Racetrackese: Learning Racing Terms

- If you think you’ve seen it all in Thoroughbred horse racing it’s a sure bet that you probably haven’t heard it all. Terms making up a racing lexicon are so broad, unique and occasionally confusing as to produce a glossary in many horse racing books as well as websites, including Keeneland.com, which includes “Racing Terms” under a “Beginner’s Guide.” An example of what one could hear from around the paddock at Keeneland demonstrates the need for a glossary: “He ran six panels and placed off a bullet work even after he was taken up in the stretch....   [tags: Horse Racing]

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Athletic Training : Athletic Trainer

- Many organizations, schools, and businesses hire an athletic trainer to help their employees and team members. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities(99). Athletic trainers can work in a large number of organizations. High schools hire them to help with their athletics and injuries that may occur. Colleges hire them for the same reason. Businesses hire them for their gyms in case there is an emergency....   [tags: High school, College, Athletic trainer]

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Becoming A Physical Trainer : Job Description And Career

- Well, the career I have chosen is a Physical Trainer. I have always found these people to be really inspiring and have thought about hiring one myself or even going through the schooling and training to become one myself. They do so much for people like helping others to find happiness with themselves as well as help making the human race a little healthier. A physical trainer can help so many people today by evaluating their clients “level of fitness by physical capabilities and personal health goals”(Becoming a Physical Trainer: Job Description & Career Info)....   [tags: Exercise, Physical exercise, Personal trainer]

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Athletic Trainers : Athletic Trainer

- Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainers play a crucial part in today’s professional sports. They also help on lower levels of sports in high school, and college level teams. The job of an athletic trainer is simple yet very important, they are charged with treating, and preventing injuries. A trainer does this by developing therapies to reduce pain, and improve mobility (“Athletic Trainer Salaries”). They have to stand for long periods of time, work well with athletes of different sizes, move or carry equipment around, good mobility and communication skills to give instructions (“Athletic Trainer, Healthcare Program”)....   [tags: Bachelor's degree, Academic degree]

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Roles And Functions Of A Trainer

- The Expanded Role and Responsibilities Nevertheless, in the recent turbulent business environment, trainers and organisations face many challenges which require regenerative a more flexible roles for the trainer (Bryans and Smith, 2000; Rainbird, 2000). Besides the traditional roles and functions of a trainer outlined and described in the previous sections, the emerging issues concerning the trainer will be critically illustrated as well. Wognum (2001) comments that ‘a strategic HRD function requires trainers who can be innovators and consultants, rather than simply providers or managers of training.’ Reid et al....   [tags: Learning, Educational psychology, Skill]

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Choosing A Career As An Athletic Trainer

- Choosing a Career as an Athletic Trainer The number of employment opportunities for athletic trainers in the secondary school setting has substantially increased in the past few years and will more than likely continue to grow in the future5. As the number of athletic trainers in the secondary school increases, as do the number of high school aged students who are being exposed to the athletic training profession. More than ever before, athletic trainers are playing a key role in the development and future of the profession due to their ability to influence students’ perceptions of the profession5....   [tags: High school, Education, College, Secondary school]

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Physical Distress : An Athletic Trainer

- During the semester, I learned a lot on how to deal with psychological distress and how as an athletic trainer I should deal with athletes to overcome their situation and be there for them. Throughout my time as an athletic training student, I always liked to observe my preceptors on how they deal with athletics that are having psychological distress after injuries, and how as an athletic trainer I should handle these situations in a professional manner. There is one situation in particular that occurred during the King’s College football season that I would like to discuss....   [tags: Anterior cruciate ligament, Knee]

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The Idiot Box Or A Mental Trainer

- An Idiot Box or a Mental Trainer Television was an invention designed to entertain and inform. Created in the 1920s by John Logie Baird, TV has become an indispensable piece of furniture in most American dwellings. Every child, at least once in their lives have heard their mothers tell them that spending long periods of time in front of a screen will damage their brain. Two opposite arguments question all mothers’ hypothesis. Steven Johnson in “Watching TV Makes You Smarter” claims that over the years TV has become more complex....   [tags: John Logie Baird, Television, Hill Street Blues]

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Becoming A Certified Fitness Trainer

- At the age of 20, having already spent several years working in different fitness facilities, I took the initiative to become a certified fitness trainer (ISSA Certification). I became a full-time independent contractor and developed proficiency in designing exercise programs for a wide range of clients, each with different physiologic capabilities. Opportunity was found through several facilities, although the majority of my time was spent between two Anytime Fitness locations. While not with clients, the gym locations served as a place of learning, allowing me to continually improve and innovate my techniques....   [tags: Education, Knowledge, Exercise, Rehabilitation]

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Exercise At The Gym And Having A Personal Trainer

- Exercise is one of the important parts of human life. Often people begin an exercise program because they want to lose weight or improve their health. While these are important benefits, individuals should focus on participating in the exercise program that they will enjoy. Not only will this increase willingness to participate, but it’s more likely they will keep exercising for a longer time period. While going to the gym and having a personal trainer is one way to encourage people to begin an exercise program, it is not the only way....   [tags: Exercise, Physical exercise, Muscle, Stretching]

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Physical And Rehabilitation Of Athletic Trainers

- 396,457 injuries occurred in football alone in 2014, 40 percent of those injuries consisting of collegiate athletes (3). When an injury first occurs with an athlete, an athletic trainer is the first person they see. An athletic trainer is a highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions (1). Athletic trainers are there to help assist injured athletes in the recovery process by evaluating the injury, creating rehab programs, and following through with rehab programs....   [tags: Injury, Physical trauma, Athletic trainer]

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The Role Of Trainer And The Intervention Strategies Of A T Group

- We began our groups dynamics class by being given the definition and task of a T-Group. “An intensive effort at interpersonal self-study and an attempt to learn from the raw experience of being a member. The task of a T-group is to study its own process.” It was explained that this was a “cultural island” and were given five key concepts: A here and now focus, unfreezing, group support and an atmosphere of trust, self-disclosure and feedback. Yet, for the following two weekends we searched, argued and discussed what the goal for our group was to be....   [tags: Psychology, Leadership, Social psychology]

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A Interview With Coach Billy Newsome, Head Athletic Trainer

- He later stated that he resents his father, and cannot look at him the same. This child never got the love an affection needed from a father figure. Instead he got a coach who pushed him to his limits physically hurting a child for what reason. The physical damage to that child’s body is going to be horrendous. Having a young child run that much damages their bone structure and bone development. Dr. Paul R Stricker says “During the preteen years, the brain’s ability to plan a set of plays or course of action and store that plan is at a level that allows youngsters to improve in all sports”....   [tags: Family, Want, Childhood, Love]

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Letter About The Athletic Trainer At Neptune Mr. D

- I remember, waking up in a daze everything was blurry. I was looking up at the sky but some people were standing above me. The figures were familiar but it all was just kind of unsure at that moment. Then I actually heard them speaking to me. The athletic trainer at Neptune Mr.D, my coach and 2 of my teammates all were calling my name, it felt like a weird dream, and then “they were asking are you okay?” I asked how I ended up on the ground on back. Mr.D explained I took a nasty knee to the head while trying to save the ball (being a goalie at the time) Well Mr.D was checking my neck making sure I can move without it doing any harm as I tried to get up everything seemed out of whack and I al...   [tags: Concussion, Traumatic brain injury, Junior Seau]

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Tips from a Personal Trainer:What Goes into a Postnatal Training

- Whether you are already pregnant, or are still at that stage that you are contemplating pregnancy, now is a good time to think about your health and strength recovery program. Such a training program should take place not long after you give birth. The Importance of a Postnatal Training Program Living in Singapore has a lot of perks, specially for those who are about to become new moms. This is because Singapore is well-known globally for having an excellent hospital system, thoroughly modern and patient-friendly....   [tags: getting back in shape after giving birth]

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History Of Mahi Is A Certified Athletic Trainer At Sprague High School

- Kimo Mahi is a certified athletic trainer at Sprague high school in Salem. He also teaches at a local middle school as a health teacher. He recently filled a passion as a behavior specialist for a semester. Kimo earned his bachelor degree from Linfield College in athletic training. He then attended Oregon State and got his master’s degree in teaching. Kimo has a wife and two kids Ella and Kakowa. He met his wife when she was a student teacher for him. His is originally from Hawaii where his sister and brother in-law still live....   [tags: Learning, Education, Middle school, High school]

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The Detroit Tigers : An Intern Certified Athletic Trainer For The Minor League System

- Due to this practicum course, I have been working for the Detroit tigers since May 16 2016 until August 13 2016. The Detroit tigers employed me as an Intern Certified Athletic Trainer for the minor league system; specially to perform my duties for the Gulf Coast League during the respective season, and to assist the Minor League Medical Coordinator / Rehabilitation coordinator; Corey Tremble, on his daily duties. The sports medicine staff is in charge on the injury prevention, first response, injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation, and organization and administration duties....   [tags: Minor league baseball, Major League Baseball]

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The Importance Of Professionalism At The University Orthopaedic Center With A Certified Athletic Trainer

- Professionalism can be defined as the qualities that characterize a professional person. During Valerie’s presentation on professionalism, she listed a few things on what makes a professional such as honesty, respect, and accountability. All of these qualities are shown by the healthcare professional I am shadowing. I have been shadowing for the past few months at the University Orthopaedic Center with a certified athletic trainer. He works with various individuals which include a physician, residents, technicians, front desk, and more....   [tags: Health care, Patient, Health care provider]

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Evaluation Of A Training Program

- The beginning of an active training is very important. It sets the tone for the entire program.Before starting a training program it is best to prepare yourself and the room for the meeting that is about to take place. Taking a look at your materials and attitude are keys to not being caught off guard, which could cause for embarrassment. A well-prepared trainer aids in all areas of the training program. Room design can help with the flow of the program. By breaking up the group in pods will make small groups easier, and by moving the tables into a U-shape will promote large discussion....   [tags: Management, Employment, The Trainer]

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My Life History of Physical Activity

- Since around the age of twelve years old, my two brothers and I were obsessed with Arnold Schwarzenegger, and obtaining a physique similar to his. We were always checking the fitness magazines lying around the house for any tips to help us achieve our fitness goals. My father had a barbell, some plates and a couple of dumbbells scattered in our basement, so that’s where we began our quest. Also my aunt gave us her Bowflex, after my uncle had passed away. My first exercise was the barbell biceps curl, although I don’t recall how many repetitions I started out with....   [tags: weights, muscles, trainer]

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Why I Want to Study Physical Therapy

- ... For a professional entry-level, physical therapists can obtain one of the three degrees; Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Master of Physical Therapy (MPT), or a Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MSPT) Degree. Although most physical therapy educational programs are transitioning to the DPT degree. The degrees prepare students to be eligible for a physical therapy license examination in all 50 states. To practice as a physical therapist in the US, you must earn a PT degree from a CAPTE-accredited physical therapist education program and pass a state licensure exam....   [tags: gym, trainer, healthcare, job]

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A Career in The Healthcare Services

- I think that athletic training, and many careers of the sort, are up and coming. There will always be a need for health care workers and they are paid lots of money. Careers I am interested in pursuing as an adult include things somewhere in health care such as sports medicine, athletic training, or a physician. These careers all center on general medicine. I chose the first two because of my love for sports, so if I am not able to play them in the future I still want to play a role in them. Another reason I choose health care is because I enjoy helping people....   [tags: athletic trainer, sports, athletic injuries]

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My Experience At Savannah High School

- A cloudy day driving in Anaheim, I pull into a small rough and bumpy parking lot that looks like someone stomped through it, leaving potholes everywhere. I arrived at Savannah High School in Anaheim, California, where I parked next to an old gym and tennis courts. I began to walk towards a small door that read “trainer” in bring red and gold letters above the door frame, inside is where I found Kevinz Capioca the Head Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) for Savannah High School in the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD)....   [tags: High school, College, Athletic trainer]

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Designing A Plan For The Goal

- When it comes to any type of organization, each organization in order for them to come together and achieve any type of company organization goals it is super important that planning to achieve that goal for the success of the business to takes place. If communicating and coming together to create a plan for the goal doesn’t happen it can be very difficult for the organization to get to where they would like to be. The reason why plans are put into play is for come together and develop as a team a purpose for the goal and directions to head in order to make the goal....   [tags: Customer service, Customer, Personal trainer]

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I Am A Life Of My Life

- We all have aspirations in life that we want to achieve and although everyone’s goals in life may be different we all want to end up with the same thing, a life we are proud of. For me, a life I would be proud of consists of many factors such as having a family, a job I love, and being able to achieve all my dreams and not have any regrets. Henry David Thoreau once said,“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours”....   [tags: Nursing, Research, Health, Athletic trainer]

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Certifications for Personal Trainers

- Amanda Russell, a fitness lifestyle expert and host of AR fit says, "Fitness is about so much more than exercise. It's a catalyst for positive change, and it affects every aspect of your life," . When thinking about becoming a Personal Trainer, remember exercise isn’t the only way for clients to have a healthier lifestyle change for the better. Personal Trainers have the ability to expand their horizons and knowledge to further guide their clients to success of reaching their goals through many CPT certifying bodies....   [tags: fitness, requirements, cancer]

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Trainers Need For Meet The Needs Of The Trainees

- Trainers need to meet the needs of the trainees. Upon starting the class, I would ask everyone if they are comfortable with the temperature in the room, go over where the restrooms are located, and remind everyone there is a table in the back of the room with bottled water. Next I would ask everyone to turn off their cell phones and close their computers. Is a trainer I would prepare a needs assessment to deliver what the trainee needs to know and specify what the training objectives will be, and complete a need analysis to make sure the training is proper for the group of trainees attending the training session on Emergency Procedures and Continuity of Operations Plan....   [tags: Skill, Training, Employment]

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The Complete Beginner’s Guide in Getting Personal Trainers

- ... • Teach you the right technique and form. • Keep track of your progress. • Update fitness program based on your progress and increased fitness level. • Provide motivation. • Offer advice on proper nutrition and lifestyle. Qualifications Needed for the Job In a fitness regime you will be exerting yourself physically and mentally to achieve a healthier self. Your safety might also be at risk as you undergo rigorous exercises and practices. This is why it is important to get a fitness instructor qualified and certified for the job....   [tags: fitness, health, exercise]

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Trainers Use Several Tools Help Them Work With The Animals

- Trainers use several tools to help them work with the animals. One is a bridge which is a stimulus, usually a whistle or saying “good”, that the trainer uses to communicate the precise moment an animal does something correct.2 The term bridge is used to describe the stimulus because it bridges the gap between the behavior and the reinforcer. This immediate feedback is important because the animal may be in the water far away from the trainer and needs to know which behavior was correct. With marine mammals, a high-pitched whistle is often used as a bridge because it can be heard above or below water and is always the same....   [tags: Behaviorism, Operant conditioning, Reinforcement]

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Training and Development in Companies

- Every company wants to have the best specialists as employees, who through intense study and experience reach a high degree of professionalism. Some companies choose to use training, others choose to use coaching, and others choose to use mentoring. They are all extremely valuable tools for the development of an employee as well as that of a business, but if they are not used properly they could prove to be a waste of time and money. Confucius, a Chinese teacher and philosopher of the 5th century BCE, once said “What I hear, I forget....   [tags: practice, trainier, coach, mentor]

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Animal Cruelty at Sea World

- It’s a very common practice in todays society for people to go to Sea World and see the famous shamu show while on vacation or out for a day of fun. Many people don’t fully understand how these animals feel while in captivity. Light has been shed on having these killer whales in captivity when a trainer was killed at Sea World recently. At one of the early parks called Sea Land one of the male killer whales Tilicum killed one of his trainers. After this incident Sea Land closed its doors. This meant that Tilicum was up for sale, Sea World jumped at the chance to buy him at a good price....   [tags: shamu, treatment, trainers]

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`` Dear Future Husband `` By Meghan Trainor

- Media and communications are a central element of today’s society, yet the thought that media has little to no effect on gender and sexuality shapes how each individual views their own self-identity. Over the years we have witnessed the launch of social media sites, music sites such as YouTube, new genres of music, and other forms of media, that all contribute to the outlook of gender roles and stereotypes. The media contains countless standards based on how the genders should act, look, and feel, that is seems almost ordinary to satisfy these stereotypical demands of society....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Mass media, Masculinity]

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Trainee Assistant Practitioner for Foundation for Practice

- The aim of this essay is a reflective account in which I will describe a newly acquired skill that I have learned and been able to implement within my role as a trainee assistant practitioner. (T.A.P.) for Foundation for Practice. I have chosen to reflect upon neurological observations on patients that will be at risk of neurological deterioration. Before I begin any care or assessments, I should have a good theoretical underpinned knowledge, of the skill that I am about to put into practice, and have a good understanding of anatomy and physiology, in order to make an accurate assessment of a patients neurological status....   [tags: T.A.P., Nursing]

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The Movie Trailer, By Film And Will Lightly Touch On The Film `` Trailer ``

- In this short piece I will be discussing my thoughts and concerns on the new biopic “Stonewall” releasing in theatres this month. The film is set to chronicle the beginning of the gay liberation and civil rights movement of 1969. I will be going over the misrepresentation of the LGBTQ folk in the media focusing on the “Stonewall” film and will lightly touch on the film the “Danish Girl” as well as the Netflix original series Orange is the New Black. Finally I will discuss my thoughts on the issues as well as biases in today’s society concerning gay and trans rights....   [tags: LGBT, Homosexuality, Gay Liberation, Rights]

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The Trailer Of The Film, La Mission

- Chicanos and Chicanas are often stereotyped by people based on crude and unfair assumptions but at the same time, these stereotypes are often based on the truth. Movie directors are no exception as they attempt to understand and give representation to entire Chicano/a and Latino/a culture in society. The trailer of the film, La Mission, Che seems to be happy with his life until he realizes his son, Jes, is gay. Che then finds himself in a struggle to accept the homosexuality of his son while at the same time, Jes is struggling to find his own identity and to fit into society....   [tags: Homosexuality, Sexual orientation, Gender]

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Movie Analysis : ' The Trailer '

- Before viewing this film, I’m not certain what to expect out of it. From the trailer I can say that it is going to be a documentary type of movie, by the way it is filmed and how it is through his point of view. I cannot convey exactly what the whole movie will be like, however I can unquestionably tell that it will be comical. Furthermore, it is going to teach me a great deal about the Indian culture that I don’t know. Forever, I’ve known that their culture has arranged marriages, but I don’t know what it is like or how they go amongst doing it....   [tags: Marriage, Love, Film, Arranged marriage]

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Nursing Shortage As A Lack Of Trained Nurses

- For many years, the nursing shortage has been a relevant topic in today’s society. The nursing shortage is defined as a lack of trained nurses to provide care for ill individuals. Nursing schools inability to grow programs quickly enough to meet demands (Nursing Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2014). The shortage is not only an issue in the United States but all over the world. This problem affects a wide range of people from current registered nurses, patients, and other members of the healthcare team....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Bachelor of Science in Nursing]

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Analysis Of Meghan Trainor 's Song All About That Bass

- I decided to expand on my Week 5 Post All About That Bass. Our assignment for that week was to analyze Meghan Trainor’s song All About That Bass and to give our opinion on what message we believe the song lyrics and video provided the public with. The second part of our assignment also involved watching “It’s Not About the Nail” and the Dave Barry article that addressed stereotypes about gender and what affect they might have on individuals. I really enjoyed this post because it allowed me to look further into the lyrics of the song and analyze it in a way many might not....   [tags: Psychology, Thought, Mind, Cognition]

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Statement of Interest in Pursuing a PhD Degree in Hydraulic Fracturing

- ... In essence, there seems to be a need for better characterization of these unconventional reservoirs if they must be developed and produced optimally. It is on this premise I intend pursuing a PhD program with the hope of advancing knowledge that could help solve some part of the problem. My interest in enhanced oil recovery and optimized production was sparked by a technical conference on oil and gas marginal fields I once attended in my home country, Nigeria. I learnt about how some multinational oil companies abandon or sell off assets which although are still rich in hydrocarbon resources, but production from such assets are low due to the vast heterogeneity and poor interconnecting p...   [tags: trainee, engineer]

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Movie Trailer By Michael J. Fox

- In the year of 1985, a movie trailer had just come out about an average kid in high school. The apparent star of the trailer, Michael J. Fox, is a high schooler who was starting to go through an awkward phase of his life. The trailer shows examples of his awkwardness by showing clips of him getting knocked over in a basketball game, a pretty girl talking to him, which, result in him embarrassingly dropping his books at his locker, and him going through awkward physical changes such as body hair and voice changes....   [tags: High school, Basketball, High School Musical]

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World War I With 6000 Trained Dogs

- Throughout the war, each of the belligerents involved used dogs at some time. “The Germans entered World War I with 6,000 trained dogs, principally German Shepherds, organized and trained in three departments.”6 The departments included a medical, messenger and watch dog division, each trained for specific uses. This extensive preparedness was because the Germans realized the true value a dog brought to the battlefield with their abilities to perform various kinds of missions. Early on in the war, the Allies’ and other participating nations rapidly trained and enacted dogs into battle....   [tags: World War I, World War II, Dog breed, Dog]

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Is It Important For Counselors Be Well Trained? Interpretation And Communication Of Results?

- It is important for counselors to be well trained in interpretation and communication of results because if the results are not communicated correctly and effectively there may be misperceived or misunderstood by the individual receiving the interpretation. This is a unique form of communication for counselors and the success of this is vital. Our textbook provides us with information explaining the importance and value of sharing test interpretations with the individual who took the assessment....   [tags: Communication, Knowledge, Understanding]

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