By Diane Lindsey Reeves
Describes such sports-related careers as agent, trainer, health teacher, and sportscaster and discusses the best way to ascertain which occupation could be compatible and the way to organize for it.
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Success stories like this are what his job is all about. ON THE INJURED LIST Maurer says that it can be tough for a big, strong athlete to get used to the idea of being hurt. He jokes that the bigger they are, the harder they fall. Part of his job is to encourage injured players and motivate them to work hard throughout the often painful rehabilitation process. He’s made it a point to extend the same level of care and concern to every player who gets hurt, whether it’s Troy Aikman or a third-string running back.
Other times success is as much a result of hard work and determination as it is of ability. Reality check #2: Are you willing to do whatever it takes to play your sport? There are some pretty high costs associated with playing sports professionally. Many of these costs can be summarized in one word: commitment. Playing at the top of any game requires a commitment to practice, practice, practice. That often means getting up earlier than everyone else and sticking with it when everyone else has gone home.
As it turns out, Maurer was good at math, so the athletic director put him to work keeping team statistics at football games. Later, he was asked to be the assistant trainer so that someone would be ready to take over for the senior who was the team manager. His school sent him to a Cramer workshop at Southern Methodist University (SMU) where he spent two weeks learning the basics: first aid, taping ankles, etc. This training prepared him to finish out high school as the football team manager. 53 E A TRIP!