1. total) followed by a brief two sentence

1.     List
three careers for each option (six total) followed by
a brief two sentence job description for each. Use the template below to help
you write this part.

a.      Option
#1: Exercise Science

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i.     Career
#1: Physical Therapist

1.     Description:
A physical therapist uses a variety of routines and exercises to improve
mobility and function of their patient’s body. Physical therapists often work
with aged, injured, or diseased patients.  

                                                 
ii.     Career
#2: Exercise Physiologist

1.     Description:
An exercise physiologist studies the effects and responses of exercise upon the
human body. Examples include energy expenditure, metabolic changes, and
dehydration.

                                               
iii.     Career
#3: Cardiac Rehabilitation

1.     Description:
Specialists deal with patients who have or are suffering from cardiac ailments.
They create exercise and nutrition plans while monitoring the patient’s electrocardiogram
results.

b.     Option
#2: Fitness

                                                   
i.     Career
#1: Personal Trainer

1.     Description:
Personal trainers work with their clients in order to improve his or her
strength and physique. The trainer works closely with the client often critiquing
form, routine, and diet.

                                                 
ii.     Career
#2: Strength and Conditioning Coach

1.     Description:
Coaches usually work with teams whether it be collegiate or professional. They train
and condition the team in order to be in optimal shape for the season.

                                               
iii.     Career
#3: Fitness and Wellness Coordinator

1.     Description:
These coordinators work on the main activities of a gym such as exercise classes
and seminars. They are also involved in administrative work as they must create
schedules and obtain the best instructors for said classes and seminars.

2.     Write a complete paragraph about the career you are most
interested in and why you have chosen it.

The
career I am most interested in is physical therapy. Since I was young, I always
enjoyed the sciences. I ended up pursuing engineering when I was in high
school, often attending different clubs and volunteer opportunities regarding
that topic. However, when I enrolled in a weight lifting class, I fell in love
with the human body. It gave me pure satisfaction learning about how we can use
our body in the most effective and efficient manner. Despite that love, I
decided to keep fitness as a hobby, and I headed in to college as a electrical
engineering major. I performed well in all my courses, but I could not see
myself working in this field for the rest of my life. I knew I need to do
something else related to the human body. I thought about becoming a personal
trainer, but it seemed too simple and easy. I wanted more; I wanted to strive
higher. When my grandpa became older and weaker, he needed medical assistance.
We had a physical therapist come in to assist him. As my grandfather worked
through the routines and saw improvement, I knew this was something I would
enjoy doing.1.     List
three careers for each option (six total) followed by
a brief two sentence job description for each. Use the template below to help
you write this part.

a.      Option
#1: Exercise Science

                                                   
i.     Career
#1: Physical Therapist

1.     Description:
A physical therapist uses a variety of routines and exercises to improve
mobility and function of their patient’s body. Physical therapists often work
with aged, injured, or diseased patients.  

                                                 
ii.     Career
#2: Exercise Physiologist

1.     Description:
An exercise physiologist studies the effects and responses of exercise upon the
human body. Examples include energy expenditure, metabolic changes, and
dehydration.

                                               
iii.     Career
#3: Cardiac Rehabilitation

1.     Description:
Specialists deal with patients who have or are suffering from cardiac ailments.
They create exercise and nutrition plans while monitoring the patient’s electrocardiogram
results.

b.     Option
#2: Fitness

                                                   
i.     Career
#1: Personal Trainer

1.     Description:
Personal trainers work with their clients in order to improve his or her
strength and physique. The trainer works closely with the client often critiquing
form, routine, and diet.

                                                 
ii.     Career
#2: Strength and Conditioning Coach

1.     Description:
Coaches usually work with teams whether it be collegiate or professional. They train
and condition the team in order to be in optimal shape for the season.

                                               
iii.     Career
#3: Fitness and Wellness Coordinator

1.     Description:
These coordinators work on the main activities of a gym such as exercise classes
and seminars. They are also involved in administrative work as they must create
schedules and obtain the best instructors for said classes and seminars.

2.     Write a complete paragraph about the career you are most
interested in and why you have chosen it.

The
career I am most interested in is physical therapy. Since I was young, I always
enjoyed the sciences. I ended up pursuing engineering when I was in high
school, often attending different clubs and volunteer opportunities regarding
that topic. However, when I enrolled in a weight lifting class, I fell in love
with the human body. It gave me pure satisfaction learning about how we can use
our body in the most effective and efficient manner. Despite that love, I
decided to keep fitness as a hobby, and I headed in to college as a electrical
engineering major. I performed well in all my courses, but I could not see
myself working in this field for the rest of my life. I knew I need to do
something else related to the human body. I thought about becoming a personal
trainer, but it seemed too simple and easy. I wanted more; I wanted to strive
higher. When my grandpa became older and weaker, he needed medical assistance.
We had a physical therapist come in to assist him. As my grandfather worked
through the routines and saw improvement, I knew this was something I would
enjoy doing.