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How Marketing Affects the Sport Management Field

Sports Management is a field highly impacted by marketing. Marketing plays a role in almost every aspect of the sport management field. Target …

What Is An Athletic Trainer? | Longevity USA

Athletic training in focus [March 27, 2013]

A Day in the Life of an Athletic Trainer

Preventing ankle sprains: strength and flexibility key to avoiding common injury

<i>USA TODAY High School Sports and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association have partnered on a monthly column to address injuries, prevention and</i> …

Many Georgia high schools lack athletic trainers

Research from the Korey Stringer Institute shows only about a third of high schools across the country have a certified athletic trainer.<p>In Georgia, …

Lights Out Football

Ask an NFL player how many hours of sleep he gets a night, and there’s no telling what the answer will be.<p>“Maybe four or five,” says Jets cornerback …

“Over 1,500 hours”: athletic trainers essential to university sports – The Review

Seen often on the field filling Gatorade and water bottles, athletic training majors are a pivotal part of Delaware sports teams. The students must …

Anatomical Planes of the Body By Maggie Norris and Donna Rae Siegfried Part of the Anatomy & Physiology For Dummies Cheat Sheet You may not think about the planes of your body much, but you have them nonetheless, and if you’re talking anatomy, knowing the names of the planes comes in handy. (Too bad sagittal and tranverse don’t lend themselves to song as easily as rain and Spain do.) The main planes and their subplanes are in the following list: Sagittal: Plane that runs down through the body, dividing the body into left and right portions. Subsections of the sagittal plane include: Midsagittal runs through the median plane and divides along the line of symmetry Parasagittal is parallel to midline but does not divide into equal left and right portions. Coronal (frontal): Plane that runs perpendicular to the sagittal plane and divides the body into anterior and posterior (front and back) portions. Transverse: Horizontal plane that divides the body into upper and lower portions; also called cross-section.

Does Your Level of Exercise Match Up Against Retired Elite Athletes?...Probably!

<b>Life Span Exercise Among Elite Intercollegiate Student Athletes</b><p>Sorenson SC., Romano R., Azen SP., Schroeder TE., Salem GJ. Sports Health: A …

Sports Medicine is a Team Sport

Sports Medicine is a team event just like many sports that we cover. This week is National EMS Week and it is important that we recognize the men and …