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The last post addressed some of the comparisons that I found between the three student athletes interviewed about their ACL injury and rehabilitation experience. In this post, I will continue to discuss the similar, yet different experiences of two of the athletes that followed the same rehabilitation regimen at the same school. 519 more words
Athletes of all ages work hard to stay in shape. Athletes with diabetes have to work extra hard. Blood sugar monitoring, battling insulin levels, and keeping a constant supply of drinks and snacks on hand are a lot to keep up with. 510 more words
Burnout occurs in all careers. Burnout tends to occur the most in medical careers; working long hours and weekends and having a stressful job. Athletic trainers have to be flexible with their schedule, having practices at different time, different days, and games taking longer than expected. 472 more words
Cal-Berkeley’s highly successful swimming program owes much to former athletic trainer, Nick Folker. Now Folker is taking his innovative dryland program nationwide with BridgeAthletic.