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The Athletic Trainer
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...Athletic Trainer In most sports, various personnel ensure fitness of the people taking part in the sports to prepare them adequately for competitions. In athletics, an athletic trainer is very useful personnel in the life of athletes. Due to the numerous injuries that most athletes experience in the course of their competitions, the athletic trainer works to prevent these injuries, assess the injuries offer rehabilitation for the athletes as well as provide adequate treatment with the help of doctors. This paper will...
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Consultation, Screening and Delegation in Physical Therapy
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...athletic trainer clinic manager whose actions during the intervention causes reinjury to the patient accompanied with severe pain in the repaired site. A second surgery repairs the rotator cuff. Florida’s PT practice act requires practicing PT practitioners to meet the minimum requirements for safe practice. Thus, those presenting danger to patients or falling below minimum competency should be prohibited from practice according to Florida Physical Therapy statutes and rules as outlined in the legislative intent of Chapter 486. The PT involved the athletic... Insert Insert Insert 4 February Consultation, Screening and Delegation in Physical Therapy Supervision Scenario Case 1 This case presents a fifty...
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Youth and Interschool Sport Injuries
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...athletic trainers; however, currently only about 42% of schools have certified athletic trainers (Nation et al., 2011). As indicated by these results, all youth football programs should have certified athletic trainers, as it would help with injury prevention and decrease injury risk. More research of youth football-related injuries is essential in order to increase prevention and decrease the risk of injury. Another study conducted on youth football-related injuries examined time... of Paper Football is currently one of the most popular youth sports in the United s, even thoughit has a high rate of injury; and, between 1990 and 2007, football-related injuries rose 26.5% (Nation et al. 2011). One study...
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Public Health Issue
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...athletes. The representatives of the bill Mary Hayashi and Jerry Hill are in collaboration with California Athletic Trainers Association (CATA) to make sure that the bill passes. Other lobbyists include the Senator of California, Tony Strickland and he is among the co-authors of this bill. Other individuals working in the office of Mary Hayashi are of the opinion that there must be improvement on the awareness of sport safety. They further state... ?Public Health Issue Overview of the Health Problem Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have received increased awareness from the public especially those injuries resulting from the participation in recreation and sports activities. The increased public awareness ...
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Lesson 4: The Effective Trainer:Learning Check 4 [3DLAL4LC4]: Role of the Trainer
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...athletic training: Concepts to practice. Thorofare, N.J: SLACK. Lee, W., and Living Stream Ministry. (1990). Instruction and exhortation to the trainees. Anaheim, Calif: Living Stream Ministry. Lockwood, J., and McCarthy, H. (2010). Contact US! trainers manual: Call center English skills. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Lucas, R. W. (2010). Energize your training: Creative techniques to engage learners. Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press. Murphy, M., Golden, D... Lesson 4: The Effective Trainer: Learning Check 4 [3DLAL4LC4 Role of the Trainer Role of the Trainer A trainer prays numerous roles in developing, conducting and assessing whether learners have understood the concepts of training as intended (...
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A Person who Had a Significant Influence on You
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...trainer, Sebastian Kaindl. He is currently the CEO and Head Athletic Trainer of Kaindl Athletic System, which shows that he is a successful businessman and entrepreneur who can create jobs and opportunities for many people. He is qualified with a Diploma in Sports Science degree from the Technische Universitat Munchen and his greatest achievement, I think, is in creating international opportunities for athletes like Oliver Schober and his brother Daniel Schober who started out in Germany and finished... up with careers in the United States. It is much harder for outsiders to make their mark in an established market, and so I admire him particularly for achieving this, and for making it...
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Gaining a foot ahead in the athletic industry
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...athletic industry Many think that in order for one to be successful within the athletics industry, one has to be excellent in the field work only, but that is not the case. Essentially, a trainer has to take an instructional class so that they can learn how they can be more effective trainers and train their athletes to be ready to face bother track races. The Training the trainer program is a tool that trains and prepares the members of staff within a district for leadership roles so as to ensure that new learning is applied (Killion & Harrison 260). This implies that this program expands on the available training opportunities because it allows trainers to be able... Gaining a foot ahead in the...
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Police Officers Injuries related to work and what ii the solution
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...athletic trainer to train the police officers on how to be able to overcome injuries during their duties. The athletic trainer should be available throughout to evaluate and treat the acute injuries and ensure a follow up analysis for prior injuries, which officers face while on duty or when they are off duty. Another benefit of hiring an athletic trainer... Police Officers Injuries related to work and prevention programs Introduction The police officers’ department is a unique career in every country, which entails the involved personnel to interact with a wide range of different people under unpredictable conditions. Most researches have concluded that law enforcement officers face many challenges and ...
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Persuasive Argument- Stricter guidelines for concussion testing in high school athletics
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...athletes from an enduring cognitive injury or else death. The great amount of concussive wounds are experienced at the high school and sophomoric levels of involvement, nonetheless many trainers, athletic coaches and team doctors may possibly be ignorant of the harsh penalties and consequences that can take place in returning an athlete to participate ahead of time. As stated by Taylor and Francis “Recent studies claim that the average concussion ameliorates within 1 week of onset and many concussion grading scales also clear mildly and moderately injured athletes for participation within 1 week.” It is the hypothesis of the author that an even slight concussion... Stricter guidelines for concussion...
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Nike marketing from 1964 until today
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...athletes, an athletic trainer at the University of Oregon (Bill Bowerman), the other was runner and accounting student semi-bottom (Phil Knight) who had the idea of ??importing Japanese athletic shoes but was not too expensive and technically efficient enough. They joined in 1965 and Jeff Johnson becomes the first vendor-company representative who explored the athletic stadiums in the country to promote their shoes. But soon, Bowerman wanted to make his own shoes. Therefore Nike’s operations and promotions were actually initiated in 1972... ? of the x Marketing Trends of Nike Incorporation Nike Incorporation Nike is a manufacturing company that is involved in designing, developing, globally promoting and ...
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Nike marketing from 1964 until today
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...athletes, an athletic trainer at the University of Oregon (Bill Bowerman), the other was runner and accounting student semi-bottom (Phil Knight) who had the idea of ​​importing Japanese athletic shoes but was not too expensive and technically efficient enough. They joined in 1965 and Jeff Johnson becomes the first vendor-company representative who explored the athletic stadiums in the country to promote their shoes. But soon, Bowerman wanted to make his own shoes. Therefore Nike’s operations and promotions were actually initiated in 1972... of the x Marketing Trends of Nike Incorporation Nike Incorporation Nike is a manufacturing companythat is involved in designing, developing, globally promoting and...
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Stricter Guidelines for Concussion Testing in High School Athletics
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...athletes from an enduring cognitive injury or else death. The great amount of concussive wounds are experienced at the high school and sophomoric levels of involvement, nonetheless many trainers, athletic coaches and team doctors may possibly be ignorant of the harsh penalties and consequences that can take place in returning an athlete to participate ahead of time. As stated by Taylor and Francis “Recent studies claim that the average concussion ameliorates within 1 week of onset and many concussion grading scales also clear mildly and moderately injured athletes for participation within 1 week.” It is the hypothesis of the author that an even slight concussion... ?Stricter guidelines for concussion...
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DIET EVALUATION : MALE / FEMALE FITNESS TRAINER & MALE / FEMALE ATHLETE
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...Trainer’s Dietary Analysis Fitness trainers primarily perform anaerobic exercises. As such their exercising regime is characteristically shorter, speedier, quicker, and requires more muscle power. The fitness trainers are therefore, massive power athletes, who are driven by an immediate and very-short energy system. When fitness trainers train they primarily rely on the anaerobic glycolytic energy systems (ISSA, n.d d). Therefore, they need to develop massive muscles that have well developed quick-twitch muscles fibers. In order to acquire this, the fitness trainers should have a higher protein intake so as to ensure there is proper muscle repair in the fragile fast... ? Diet Analysis      Male Fitness...
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THE PHYSICS OF SPORTS BIOMECHANICS AND ITS SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULLUM
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...athletic trainer or physical therapist treating an injury (Starkey 2005). Movement is a basic ingredient for biomechanics and in evolving... Introduction: Sport Biomechanics can be perceived as the study and analysis of human movement pattern in sport (Bartlett, 2007). To be more precise, it focuses on the synthesis between the study of biology (bio) and the integration of physics and mathematics (mechanics). Hence, there exists a necessity to have a clear understanding of the application of physics to sports, as physical principles of physics such as motion, resistance, momentum and friction play a significant role in most sporting events. Curriculum can be seen as "the course of schooling" (Kirk et al....
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Strong Inventory analisys and MBTI
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...athletic trainer, mathematician, actuary and geologist. These occupational themes and scales mean so much to me as I advance on my educational calendar. It is a benchmark for me, directing me to areas I am most likely to succeed and areas I am less likely to succeed. Judging from educational progress and personality type, I may rank five (5) out of the ten (10) strong occupations in order of preference as – rehabilitation counselor, community service director, elementary school teacher... ?What is my MBTI type? My MBTI test reveals that my MBTI type is INFJ. This personality type is the short form for Introverted iNtuitive Feeling Judging People who belong to this type are generated Introverted Intuition ...
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Managing People
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...athletic trainer. US: ProQuest. Vinzant, J.C & Denhardt, J.V. 1998. Lane Crothers, Street-level leadership: discretion and legitimacy in front-line public service. US: Georgetown University Press. Wiggins, J.S. 1996. The five factor model of personality: theoretical perspectives. NY: Guilford Press.... ? Managing People Theme Individual differences in talent management Admittedly, it is a difficult task to identify people with the right skills forvarious tasks. In fact, a good selection technique takes into account various factors ranging from reliability validity, standardisation, usefulness, and fairness. In order to understand individual differences in talent management, there are various qualities...
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Managing People
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...athletic trainer. US: ProQuest. Vinzant, J.C & Denhardt, J.V. 1998. Lane Crothers, Street-level leadership: discretion and legitimacy in front-line public service. US: Georgetown University Press. Wiggins, J.S. 1996. The five factor model of personality: theoretical perspectives. NY: Guilford Press.... Managing People Theme Individual differences in talent management Admittedly, it is a difficult task to identify people with the right skills for various tasks. In fact, a good selection technique takes into account various factors ranging from reliability validity, standardisation, usefulness, and fairness. In order to understand individual differences in talent management, there are various qualities...
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Sports Medicine
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...athletic trainers, massage therapists, nutritionist, psychologists, coaches, as well as strength and conditioning specialist. All these professionals play a significant role in promoting the health of sports people (France 45). Roles Played by Specialists in the Sports Medicine Team As highlighted above, many athletes and players are compelled to push their bodies beyond their comfort zones during practice and competition events. Therefore, they are likely to sustain injuries, with some injuries threatening their careers. Even... Sports Medicine Introduction Sports medicine de s a branch of medicine whose focus is to ensure that exercise does not have adverse effects on the human body. Professionals...
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Athletic programs
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...athletic programs has assisted me in gaining self-confidence. Through the guidance of trainers, I developed my belief in my skills as a soccer player, student and individual who is part of a team. This trait also enabled me to easily accept rejections and failures. As a high school student, this is vital because such gives me the courage to try various pursuits. Should I fail in these endeavors, I could easily inspire myself to improve and find ways to further hone my skills to succeed. The athletic programs have also molded me to embody sportsmanship. This means that the trainings and games were instrumental in making me a person who... How I have personally changed by participating in athletic...
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Proposal:Are there some new motivations which have impact on job satisfaction amongst employees of UK Company
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...Athletic Association Division I Setting, Part I: The Role of the Head Athletic Trainer. Journal of Athletic Training, p.141208072707009. McDonald, P., Townsend, K. and Wharton, A. (2013). The legitimation and reproduction of discourse‐practice gaps in work‐life balance.Personnel Review, 42(2), pp.205-222. Moen, P. (2015... THE IMPACT OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE AS A MOTIVATION ON EMPLOYEE’S JOB SATISFACTION OF UK COMPANY al Affiliations INTRODUCTION New motivations have emerged the due to the development of society, some, which have an impact on job satisfaction amongst employees of a foreign company in UK. The distinctive employee’s motivation and job satisfaction helps to create unique and dynamic competen...
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How drug use in the college environment correlates to drug use in the business world
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...athletes (Flowers 77). On most campuses, the athletic training rooms in U. S. A tags itself as ‘rumor central’ when it comes to whether athletes consider cannabis use as a booster to their performance. Charles Thompson, head athletic trainer at Princeton University admits that stories come and die about the college use of marijuana among the athletes. The truth of the matter is that this is the norm to so many of the college athletes for they attach athletic success to use of marijuana. In 2010, the college football season saw marijuana arrest affect the program at Florida... Drug use in the college & work environment Drugs play a much different role in modern society than they useddecades ago. The...
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A Professional Development Plan
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...athletic trainer serving as a preceptor. Journal of athletic training, 49(1), 75. Kasworm, C. E., & Bowles, T. A. (2012). Fostering transformative learning in higher education settings. The handbook of transformative learning: Theory, research, and practice, 388-407.... A Professional Development Plan A Professional Development Plan Introduction Mentoring refers to a professional activity formed from a trusted relationship that creates a meaningful commitment between two or more parties (McCoy & Winkle-Wagner, 2015). Its origins can be traced back to ancient Greece whereby it was utilized to impart youths with spiritual, social and personal values. However, today, it is highly modeled as an apprentice...
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Personal Trainer Inc
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...Trainer Inc. In the following modeling of Personal Trainer Inc. system is given in the context of data flow diagram, functional decomposition diagram and use case diagram. Task 1: Data Flow Diagram of TIMS system In the following diagram data flow diagram of TIMS has been designed to see the flow of data storing, processing and transformation. In data flow diagram the flow or sequence of data is depicted for TIMS system (Silvers, 2008). Figure 1: Data Flow Diagram of Proposed System Figure 2: Functional Decomposition Diagram (Microsoft Office 2010) Task 2: In figure 2 functional decomposition diagram (FDD) of Personal Trainer Inc. has been shown (Shelly and Rosenblatt, 2012... Personal...
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High School Athletic Department
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...trainers; trainees are to respond to the questions, and will be given feedback based on their answers) Performance Appraisal The Athletic Director ensures the appraisal and sees to it that the policies and producers concerning it are properly established (MacLean, 2001). To specify, using the “Tell and Sell” method--a method in which the employees are given the chance to defend him and explain the reasons why he or she got negative results in the performance evaluation. It’s a good opportunity to allow open conversation between Athletic Director... ?Executive Summary Orange High School Athletics is an interscholastic sport organization which comprises of different staffs working together to achieve...
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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
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...athletic trainer. This assassination began the civil wars that would rock the empire. Immediately after Commodus' death, various army officers fought to bring their own candidates to the throne. After Septimus Severus was made emperor by the Roman army, he filled the bureaucracy with army officer. It has been widely recognized that Severus depended on the soldiers that even on his deathbed; he was reported to have told his heir, "make the soldiers rich and don't trouble about the rest."10 The consequence of the greater power and authority given... DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE The decline and fall of the Roman Empire was a process. The popular adage was that “Rome was not built in aday”. And so...
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Teacher/Trainer Intervention
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...TRAINER INTERVENTION HELP THE PARTICIPANT TO BECOME COMPETENT Introduction The aim of this report is to identify the appropriate tactics used by teacher/trainers in order to achieve a better result from the students involved. It is generally argued that sometimes children are god gifted and thereby have the ability to dominate the session/class activities but to my understanding this is false as proper teacher/trainer intervention will make students more competent among their session/classmates therefore the result would be an overall increase in the session/class performance. For this reason we first need to understand the teacher/trainer student relationship and how... HOW DOES APPROPRIATE...
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Certified fitness trainer (Question4)
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...trainers agree that determining the volume of exercise that a client must do is probably the most important aspect that a personal trainer must consider when developing a resistance training program. The decision on the number of repetitions assigned to a particular client requires that the personal trainer knows the client’s purpose of engaging in the resistance training activity. The general rule of thumb on goal repetitions depending on training goal is indicated in the table below. Repetition Scheme of Training Goals Training Goal Nature of Repetitions Number of Repetitions Muscular endurance High > 12 Muscular hypertrophy Moderate 6 to 12 Muscular... Repetition Schemes for Different Personal...
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Steroids and athletic culture
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...athletic culture: Much has been written about the relationship between athletes and performance-enhancing drugs or steroids. This subject has always remained in vogue due to its notorious nature and huge implications for society. It must be remembered that there are many kinds of performance-enhancing drugs available today which athletes can easily purchase using illegal means. Such drugs are used by athletes to enhance performance during high intensity physical exertion. Doping in sports is a very serious issue of sociological importance. Drugs used to acquire an unfair competitive edge over rivals are banned and their possession is enough to dismiss an athlete for life... . Actually, the...
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Diabetes Today
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...Athletic Trainer. Journal of Athletic Training. 1997 Dec; 32(4) Kraine, MR & Tisch, RM (1999). The role of environmental factors in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus: an unresolved issue. Environ Health Perspect. 1999. Lipton, R, Good, G, Mikhailov, T, Freels, S and Donoghue, E (1999). Ethnic differences in mortality from insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus among people less than 25 years of age. Pediatrics 1999 May;103(5 Pt 1):952-6. Liese, AD, Schulz, M, Fang, F, Woleverm, T, Agostino, RB, Sparks, KC, and Mayer- Davis, EJ (2005). Dietary... I. Introduction Diabetes mellitus, which is the most common endocrine disease, is a chronic disorder characterized by impaired ...
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Annotated Bibliography
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...athletic training, 29. 1 (2004): 60. Print. Potteiger and Stilger (60) explore recent surveys that indicate the prevalence of AAS abuse among adolescent athletes especially the ones in high school. They indicate that costs associated with clinical drug testing occasion the impracticability of using random testing in the identification of those who use these ergogenic aids. According to Potteiger and Stilger (60), the athletic trainer should know clinical symptoms and signs to be in a place to identify users of anabolic steroids. In their article, they discuss in brief the history of steroid use, their working, as well...
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Masculinities and Athletic Careers
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...Athletic Careers Masculinities and Athletic Careers According to Davalos, Chevez and Guardiola, (1999), the men’s studies scholars have been concentration on the critically examining the masculinity though ignoring the implications of racial and social class and inequalities between men. The research has been done on the white middle class men. On the other hand, the sports sociologists have also examined the causes as well as the consequences of class and social differences in sports industry but they do not integrate gender in to their analysis unless they are discussing women and sports. The choice of whether pursuing and athletic career depends with an individual choice... . According to...
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National Collegiate Athletic Association
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...Athletic Association. Retrieved from: http://www.ncaa.org/divisionii NCAA. (2012). National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved from: http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/NCAA/Academics/Division+I/ NCAA. (2012). National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved from: http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/NCAA/Division+III/ Terranova, A. B. & Henning, J. M. (2011). National Collegiate Athletic Association Division and Primary Job Title of Athletic Trainers and their Job Satisfaction, or Intention to Leave Athletic Training. Journal of Athletic Training, 46 (3), 312-318.... National Collegiate Athletic Association Number Introduction The National Collegiate Athletic Association...
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High School Athletic Department
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...trainers; trainees are to respond to the questions, and will be given feedback based on their answers) Performance Appraisal The Athletic Director ensures the appraisal and sees to it that the policies and producers concerning it are properly established (MacLean, 2001). To specify, using the “Tell and Sell” method--a method in which the employees are given the chance to defend him and explain the reasons why he or she got negative results in the performance evaluation... Executive Summary Orange High School Athletics is an interscholastic sport organization which comprises of different staffs working together to achieve goals. The main focus of this paper covers the following: staffing which talks...
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Carbohydrates and athletic performance
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...athletes and recreational trainers alike. Carbohydrates can also be taken in the form of solids including grains, vegetables, and fruits. Respiratory exercise ratio increases when the nature of exercise is intense; this automatically demands a high ingestion of carbohydrate. Resistance training, which results in fatigue, was shown to decrease muscle glycogen by at least 25% to 40... ? Carbohydrates And Athletic Performance ? Carbohydrates And Athletic Performance Carbohydrates intake during exercise in the form of carbohydrate dense drinks has become a trendy practice among recreational and endurance athletes with results in performance...
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New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc
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...Athletic Shoe, Inc. New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. The case of new balance shows that strategic alliances and acquisitions between world largest retailers and manufacturers change the nature of competition and requires new strategic moves from minor competitors. In order to compete with such giants as Nike, Adidas-Reebok, New balance should take into account its two most pressing strategic issues: lean manufacturing and restructuring of supply chain channels. When engaging in diversification, management must seek a balance between manufacturing efficiency and market desirability. As markets become more heterogeneous, and diverse products are developed to satisfy them... Running Head New Balance...
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Nike: the Athletic Footwear company
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...athletic shoes. Nike provides employment to almost 50000 people globally, which is the highest compared to the other footwear producing companies. The aim of this discussion is to analyze the Nike footwear Company in relation to the Industry – based considerations (the dynamic of five forces) and Resource-based considerations (VRIO... Nike Footwear Company Introduction Nike is an American International company that deals with the design, development, marketing and selling of footwear. Nike has been in the footwear production business for about 49 years. Through this period, their products have increased in popularity and so has their sales. Currently it is one of the world’s largest producers of...
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Subsidies that intercollegiate athletic programs
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...Athletic Programs al Affiliation) Athletic programs generate revenues from various sources that include television contracts and revenue from the sale of tickets. The organizations are not-for-profit institutions, despite engaging in the income generating activities. In addition, they receive subsidies from the government and other sources with the approval of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The athletic programs depend on subsidies from the government and other institutions. Such subsidies aid the programs in balancing their budgets. For instance, the amount of subsidies from the government and other institutions amounts to about $10 million every... Subsidies that Intercollegiate...
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Management of Colleges Athletic Programs
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...Athletic Programs in Relation to Their Academic Goals Colleges find themselves performing a juggling act when it comes to balancing their athletic goals with their academic goals. Athletic programs require that their student-athletes attend every practice, or as many practices as possible, and to perform athletically. However, academically, the college requires that the student-athlete attend classes as required and to meet certain academic levels (such as making good grades). "Student-athletes essentially work two jobs. In addition to meeting their academic responsibilities, student-athletes spend at least twenty hours a week in practice or in competition... First and of Management of Colleges'...
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Athletic Director at State University
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...Athletic Director at Describe the need, for fundraising The decision concerning the items that need funding has proven a challenge to the athletic directors. Despite the availability, of gifts to various sport items; donations still stands as they attend to the budgetary spending. The expenditure of the amount attached to the budgetary spending proves adequate when properly utilised by the athletic department and managers. It proves paramount to account for the spending of the amount donated so as to ensure the donors that the organisation is putting their resources into proper use. Conversely, the Michigan State University have devised...
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Think Detroit Police Athletic League (PAL)
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...Athletics have been positively touching lives of about ten thousand children annually by use of athletics and leadership mentorship programs. In order to continue touching the lives of youths in the city, Think Detroit PAL intends to implement... ?THINK TANK GRANT PROPOSAL All Year Round Soccer Pilot Program Grant Proposal Developed by April 15th, 2012. The Project Officer, The Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan; 333 W. Fort Street, Suite 2010 Detroit, MI. 48226-3134 Dear, Sir/Madam Think Detroit PAL is humbly requesting for a grant of $ 18621 from Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan to fund its All Year Round Soccer Program Pilot Project for the inner city youths. Think Detroit Police...
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Learning Experience for Personal Trainer Certification
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...Trainer Certification Two popular multi-vitamin formulations are found to be as under. Both brands have vitamins, minerals and herbs together in their formulations. They are kept together to offer a complete supplement for the need of the body and together they bring forth synergy for necessary bioactivity essential for nourishment of all cells and tissues of the body. 1. Xtend-life is a popular brand and has many ingredients of vitamins and supplements including herbs. It has seven versions to choose from. It has specific products for male and female health. It has also a version for growing children (unisex). It claims to be a product for total balance and all... Learning Experience for Personal...
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Rank the Duties of the Athletic Director
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...Athletic Director Order No. 749414 An athletics Director or (AD) is an administrative figure, who works full time in either a college or university and has the duty of overseeing the work carried out by coaches and other related staff and deparments in the athletic programs of the institution. In most cases, the Athletic Director is not a faculty member but carries out his duties as a full time administrator. Athletic Director Interview write – up The Athletic Director of the Albuquerque High School is Doug Dorame who is being interviewed about the sports scene in his school and what it takes to be a good Athletic Director. When asked about the responsibilities of an Athletic... The Duties of the...
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Mercury Athletic Footwear Case Study: Corporate Valuation
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...Athletic Footwear Case Study: Corporate Valuation First Mercury Athletic Footwear Case Study: Corporate Valuation Takeovers of existing companies and especially a manufacturing company are fraught with uncertainty and a great degree of grey areas. John Liedtke and Active Gear would have to be very careful that the new acquisition does not only distract from their own continued and steady growth and that the reasons for which West Coast Fashions saw it fit to get rid of Mercury do not bog down Active Gear in the same way. So John Liedtke would have to be very careful and strategic in his negotiation. This is a company whose growth has been faltering at best and there would be need... Mercury Athletic...
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Compare and Contrast National Athletic Association (NCAA)
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...Athletic Association (NCAA) Similarity NCAA is a non-profitable organization that controls athletes from over one thousand institutions. It systematizes athletic programs for many USA as well as Canada’s institutions. NCAA membership comprises of three divisions including I, II and III whereby the first two are capable of offering sponsorships (Rosner & Shropshire, 2011). Renowned schools contest in Division I, which comprises of further levels embracing Division I-A (Football Bowl Subdivision) and Division I-AA (FCS) while smaller schools are in II and III (Rosner & Shropshire, 2011). Despite an institution being profitable in its athlete program... or not, they can take part in either...
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Nutrition and the relationship to athletic performance
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...athletes have turned to nutrition to optimize their performance. The growing trend however, should be supported by adequate knowledge in order to achieve the maximum desired outcome and avoid common misconceptions that could easily be more harmful rather than beneficial to the unsuspecting athlete. For that purpose... Running Head: SPORTS NUTRITION Gaining the Competitive Edge through Understanding Nutrition in Sports of College/Institution Name of Professor Name of Class/Course Abstract Advances in food science have gained considerable attention from the media these past few decades. As people learn more about the mechanisms of food and its effect on the body, both amateur and professional ath...
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Interview With a Trainer of Self-defense Class for Women
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...trainer of self -defense for women Q. Hello, Miss. Carol Green, to begin with, please tell me what is the nature of the self defense training you give and how do you prepare a woman who thinks she is physically weaker than men to stand up to him, that too under attack? Our primary objective is to help a woman identify the physical capabilities of her body and understand the natural weapons she possesses by way of her physique. This is more about mind than body. A woman may be physically fit enough to beat three men but still if she does not believe in her strength, she can be easily overcome by a single frail man. This is why I say that self-defense is all about confidence rather... Interview with a...
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Seminar Option 2
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...Trainer Certification prepares the partaker to work as a trainer of professionals who later attend to end consumers. Circuit training is a resistance training or body conditioning that lakes use of high intensity aerobics. It entails strength building through muscular endurance. One embarks on the next circuit once the first circuit is complete. HIIT, which is the abbreviated High Intensity Interval Training. It is a cardiovascular exercise and its sessions range from 4 to 30 minutes (Schenck & American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2009). Reference Schenck, R. C., & American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (2009). Athletic training...
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Interview with a trainer of self defense class for women
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...trainer of self -defense for women Q. Hello, Miss. Carol Green, to begin with, please tell me what is the nature of the self defense training you give and how do you prepare a woman who thinks she is physically weaker than men to stand up to him, that too under attack? Our primary objective is to help a woman identify the physical capabilities of her body and understand the natural weapons she possesses by way of her physique. This is more about mind than body. A woman may be physically fit enough to beat three men but still if she does not believe in her strength, she can be easily overcome by a single frail man. This is why I say that self-defense is all about confidence rather... ?Interview with a...
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Internal and External Analysis for New Balance Athletic Shoes Inc
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...Athletic Shoes, Inc Strategic Analysis Report BY YOU YOUR ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION HERE HERE New Balance Athletic Shoes, Inc Strategic Analysis Report Introduction New Balance Athletic Shoes, Inc. is currently experiencing a wide variety of strategic issues which impact its future growth potential. Ownership, Jim and Ann Davis, are clearly disturbed by the potential impact to future sales volumes when they hear news of a potential merger between two rival companies. This suggests an overall corporate mentality in the pursuit of growth as a primary goal. The company’s current marketing strategy requires adjustment in order to guarantee a higher sales volume. As part of this issue, the firm... New Balance...
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DISCUSS YOUR ACADEMIC INTEREST AND CAREER GOALS AND DESCRIBE YOUR VIEW ON HOW OUR COLLEGE CAN FACILITATE YOUR SUCCESS
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