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Trainer

Olympic
athletes., however, the sports medicine team represents many disciplines including, for example, athletic training, biomechanics, exercise physiology and nutrition. Sports medicine specialists also work with non- professional athletes and those participating in various recreational activities, such as children involved in youth sports or older adults training for foot races.

Conditioning Coach

American College of Sports Medicine
Strength(Sport) and Conditioning Coach Sports teams at the high school, college and profes- sional level employ strength and conditioning coaches. job seeking. Again, it is important to emphasize that many factors, including those mentioned above, can impact this salary range. Their role is to develop and supervise specific condition- ing programs to increase athletic performance such as Attaining A Career in Sports Medicine or speed, agility, strength, endurance, flexibility and power. Positions usually require a master's and certifica- tion by the National Strength and Conditioning Associa- tion. Exercise Science that you know a little more about sports medicine and exercise science, how do you know whether a career in this profession is for you? Answering the P.O. Box 1440 Indianapolis, IN 46206-1440 USA Tel.: (317) 637-9200 Web Site: www.acsm.org for you to shadow sports medicine and exercise science professionals. 4 Written by the American College of Sports Medicine Communications and Public Information Committee members and approved by the American College of Sports Medicine..

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College of Sports Medicine

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