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  • Athletic Trainer

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    the intense competitiveness of all sports, it is a common experience. The demand for athletic trainers in 2017 is increasing significantly as participation in sports at all levels continues to grow. Certified athletic trainers are needed at many sporting events including little league baseball, high school football, and all kind of professional sports. Unfortunately, no matter someone's

  • The Athletic Shoe Industry: Rivalry In The Athletic Shoe Industry

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    The Athletic Shoe Industry Who would have of thought something you put on your feet to work out in would have such an impact on today’s fashion and provide such a positive impact to the economy. To understand the athletic shoe industry one first needs to know a little of its history. The first running shoe was created in 1852; it was a leather slip with hard rubber soles and built in spikes. The first lightweight, flexible, flat bottom shoe was designed in 1892 by Goodyear, parent of the shoe

  • Athletic Shoes Industry

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    Athletic Shoes Industry Strategy Comparison Report of Nike, Inc. and Adidas AG wei 4/30/2010 ABSTRACT This report is an analysis of the athletic shoes industry on both a global and U.S. market. This report is to analyze the external and internal issues facing this athletic shoes industry, and the companies that operate within it. This analysis includes a comparison of Nike, Inc. and Adidas AG who are footwear manufacturers in the world. However, Nike spent thirty years developing from the

  • Elimate Athletic Scholarships

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    athletes on athletic stipends with sports – not education – as their top priority and obligation… By eliminating the athletic scholarship, … we could de-professionalize college athletes, reestablish athletic departments as part of the educational institution, and be able to use the term student-athlete without snickering.” (Ralph Nader in League of Fans Proposes Eliminating Athletic Scholarships to Help Restore Integrity on College Campuses, 2011) Over the past years the usefulness of athletic scholarships

  • Athletic Training Responsibilities

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    Primary Duties and Responsibilities - Athletic Trainers work with athletes so that those individuals are well conditioned and are able to pursue their sport or activity with a reduced risk of injury. - If an athlete does become injured, Athletic Trainers are first on the scene to assess the situation and help with immediate treatment. - Works in conjunction with other sports-related individuals, such as strength and conditioning staff, to create safe and effective exercise plans in terms of “fitness

  • Athletic Shoe and Nike

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    NIKE 1 Nike has always remained on the preference list of athletes and athletic footwear was indeed the first category of products launched by the company more than 30 years ago. Today, you can see the craze for its products, not only among athletes, but also among golfers and other sportspeople. Apart from that, Nike shoes and other accessories have also become the favorite fashion products for teenagers. Thus, fashion, elegance and achievements are some of the associated attributes of Nike

  • The Responsibilities of Athletic Trainers

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    Athletic trainers have a variety of responsibilities included in their job description. They provide clinical diagnosis, rehabilitation therapy, and emergency care (CITE). Athletic trainers are often confused with personal trainers, because most people associate both careers with athletes. However, athletic trainers work in the field of physical medicine unlike personal trainers. For the most part, athletic trainers must have people skills and an overall enjoyment of helping others. Since they treat

  • Athletic Trainer Essay

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    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. The amount of

  • Athletic Scholarships Essay

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    Athletic Scholarships There are many good athletes in professional sports today. There are many good athletes in college sports today also. Some of the biggest names in sports are Mark McGwire, Steve Young, Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, and so on. Now, imagine if all of those players never made it to the pros. What would happen to professional sports? Why are they in the pros now? To make it into professional sports you need more than just talent. You need opportunity. College scholarships

  • The Importance Of Athletic Training

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    Athletic training was founded in the early 1950’s. At first there were only a few members centered mostly in colleges and universities. Today, athletic training has grown to 22,700 certified and student members’ worldwide. For a student to become certified they must first get a four-year college education with a bachelor’s degree. After that they have to volunteer at a clinic or hospital and gain hands on experience, some students work for their perspective universities. Then they must also pass