By Diane Lindsey Reeves
Describes such sports-related careers as agent, trainer, health teacher, and sportscaster and discusses the best way to be certain which occupation should be appropriate and the way to organize for it.
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As for Williams, not only was it a miracle that he even survived the car crash that shattered his leg, but he also came back to play in a Pro Bowl. Success stories like this are what his job is all about. ON THE INJURED LIST Maurer says that it can be tough for a big, strong athlete to get used to the idea of being hurt. He jokes that the bigger they are, the harder they fall. Part of his job is to encourage injured players and motivate them to work hard throughout the often painful rehabilitation process.
Who Moved My Cheese for Teens. New York: Penguin, 2002. McGraw, Jay. Life Strategies for Teens. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2000. [SUB] At the Top of Your Game Daydream just a little bit and try to imagine what it would be like to represent clients such as these star athletes: Berstein, Ross. Amazing Athletes: Shaquille O’Neal. Minneapolis: Lerner, 2004. Doeden, Matt. Amazing Athletes: Shaun White. Minneapolis: Lerner, 2007. Donovan, Sandy. Amazing Athletes: Derek Jeter. Minneapolis: Lerner, 2004.
WHAT IS A TRAINER? Wherever there are people playing sports, there are people getting hurt. A look at annual statistics indicates that millions of people get hurt every year playing everything from bowling to soccer to wrestling. In many cases, especially in organized sports programs, an athletic trainer is the first person on the scene to evaluate and begin treating sports-related injuries. Cool, calm, and collected are words that describe the best athletic trainers in these types of crisis situations.