1. Exercise Physiologist
An exercise physiologist is a health care professional that studies how exercise affects the human body.
2. Fitness Coordinator
A fitness coordinator works for a gym or health facility and coordinates or plans all of their fitness and wellness activities, such as exercise classes, health seminars, and special events.
3. Fitness Trainer
A fitness trainer leads, instructs, and motivates individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises for the heart and blood system), strength training, and stretching.
4. Physical Education Teacher
Physical Education Teacher
Physical education teachers, commonly known as Phys Ed or P.E.
5. Athletic Trainer
Athletic trainers are sometimes mistaken for athletic coaches because of the word 'trainer'.
6. Golf Pro
A referee presides over competitive athletic or sporting events, and plays a vital role in the success of a sports event.
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10. Sports Medicine Physician
Sports Medicine Physician
A sports medicine physician is a doctor who specializes in taking care of people who have sports injuries.
11. Sports Broadcaster
A sports broadcaster is someone who provides coverage of sporting events using a variety of different media outlets, such as radio, television, and the internet.
12. Sports Scout
A sports scout is a member of the professional and university-level sporting community that helps teams and organizations find the best athletes in the world.
13. Personal Trainer
A personal trainer helps their clients achieve certain fitness goals, including but not limited to weight loss, strength training, toning, or overall health management.