Can I major in Health & Fitness Management then transfer to become a Physical Therapist?
I've being doing research on careers for a Health & Fitness Management major in college and it says Physical Therapy could be a possible career. So my question is should I major in Health & Fitness management then pursue a career in Physical Therapy ? Or should I major only in Physical Therapy?
Sure why not
What are the health advantages of camel's milk ? Is it anti-diabetic, has strong fighting capacity against?
fevers, being very good in strengthening the human body & long life ? Is it good for heart patients ?Please provide correct knowledge about all its health & fitness advantages/disadvantages for a human being as compared to cow's & buffalo's milks.
Camel's milk has high nutritional value and medicinal value, suitable for the following people: 1, working pressure, in career middle-aged people;
2, immune coordination ability weak infants and the elderly;
3,can't drinking ordinary dairy products of lactose intolerance crowd;
4, need to strengthen the immune system constitution weak crowd;
5, should be added natural hypoglycemic active substance people with diabetes;
6, need to row poison, promote the blood circulation of the kidney disease;
7, should be added calcium, iron, phosphorus, protein and nutrients of the pregnant women;
8,it is expected to keep skin smooth and delicate personage love; 9, immune deficiency disease t.
Is there any test availiable to help me decide a career good for me?
I'm needing help deciding on a career path that I will be satisfied with. I have a passion for health and fitness and fashion. Other than those two things, I don't really know what I would really “enjoy” or at least be satisfied with choosing to do. Is there any type of test to tell me what would seem best for me and my personality?
Careercruising.com is a good website to go to.
Do you suggest people pick a career for money, or for passion?
I am passionate about health/fitness, but I don't think it can make me a very good living in the future. Therefore, I am in a dilemma. I've thought about going into the hardcore sciences because of the job security… but I just applied to all my universities with my choice being Kinesiology.
I'm afraid that I won't be able to make a living.
Could be either. It's a bonus when you get a job that you enjoy / are passionate about AND get good pay. I'd personally choose a career for the money in order to be able to retire early.
What do I need to do to become a fitness researcher for the military?
I am starting from scatch-almost. I have no degree, but iam a certified personal trainer. I would like to do some research related things that have to do with health and fitness. I would really like to work for the government or military, what would that job title be labeled?
What fields of study should i focus on?
What are the best colleges in IL for this career?
without joining the military as i am ineligible
Prozac was a musical band.
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