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Overview

As exercise becomes essentially a commodity item in modern society, and as consumers come to expect the same sort of assessment and health care enjoyed by professional and world-class athletes, the profession of exercise physiology has grown in both range of applications and in sheer volume. Boone (exercise physiology, U. of Saint Scholastica) describes how these trends have changed the profession, how exercise physiologists must learn to think of themselves and their work as a result and take charge of their own futures, how changes have come within the academic arm of the profession, how exercise physiologists can create niches and earn credibility, what they can do in and through professional organizations, and what the future holds for professional exercise physiologists. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780773460775
  • Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/2005
  • Series: Studies in Health and Human Services
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 358

Table of Contents

Preface
Foreword
1 Locked in the past 9
2 The sports medicine myth 15
3 Exercise physiology power : professionalism 25
4 Exercise physiology signs of maturity 39
5 Cultivating the values of professionalism 45
6 Breakthrough thinking 57
7 Unmasking our thinking 71
8 Mastering new thinking 85
9 The psychocultural science of exercise physiology 95
10 The physiology of organizational thinking 107
11 Changing attitudes and taking action 115
12 Creating our own future 123
13 The power and influence of beliefs 131
14 Trusting your inner voice 139
15 The lessons of persistence 145
16 The fallibility of reason 149
17 A new academic paradigm 159
18 Professional behavior 171
19 The research obligation 177
20 Where is the skeptic? 184
21 What is our business? 201
22 Niche or be niched 211
23 Exercise is therapy, prevention, and treatment 229
24 Legal dimensions of exercise physiology practice 237
25 Accreditation is necessary for accountability 243
26 Never underestimate a professional organization 249
27 A shared vision 263
28 The ASEP image of exercise physiology 267
29 Adoption of the ASEP paradigm 273
30 Thinking out of the box 279
31 Doing the wrong things for the wrong reasons 287
32 Dare to dream 295
33 The courage to create the future 299
34 Becoming an exercise physiologist 305
35 The multidisciplinary exercise physiology healthcare clinic 313
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