Athletic training combines the love of sports medicine as well as the science of exercise. The study of athletic training can lead to a career as a certified athletic trainer. Athletic training is not the same thing as personal training. Certified athletic trainers work in universities, high schools, professional sports, clinics, hospitals, performing arts, the military and other settings. The majority of certified athletic trainers go on to pursue a graduate degree.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|Journal created by the American College for Sports Medicine||Visit|
|Publication produced by the National Athletic Trainers Association||Visit|
|The mission of Athletic Training & Sports Health Care: The Journal for the Practicing Clinician is to provide a forum for the dissemination of contemporary...||Visit|
|Official publication of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. It is published bimonthly and contains original articles that have undergone...||Visit|
|International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training (IJATT) publishes reports pertaining to clinical applications of research findings, procedures that been found effective for the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries, and professional practice issues. IJATT will publish original research reports, but the content must have strong relevance to clinical practice.||Visit|