Pro Sports: Cumulative Training and Preparation Program


Add to cart
Essay #: 069383
Total text length is 15,153 characters (approximately 10.5 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
Pro Sports: Cumulative Training and Preparation Program
Professional athletes need a cumulative training and preparation program to give them an edge in being able to cope with the fame and wealth of being an NFL superstar. There is a responsibility of professional athletes to give back to the community, not because of the amount of money that he or she makes, but because there has been a lot of effort outside of the athlete’s sports performance that has made the success for him or her happen and it is the responsibility of the athlete to make sure that others too have a similar means of support for their dreams.
The change in lifestyle and access for the new professional athlete is drastic. And because it is often a stark...
The end:
.....ttista, Judy. (2011, April 28). For Now, N.F.L. Players Can Return to Work. The New York Times.
, Ken. (2009, May 3). Universities Cutting Teams as They Trim Their Budgets. The New York Times.
Drape, Joe; Thomas, Katie. (2010, September 2). As Colleges Compete, Major Money Flows to Minor Sports. The New York Times.
FOOTBALL; Owners' Salaries Focus of N.F.L. Trial. (1992, July 8). The New York Times.
Freeman, Mike. (2001, July 4). ON PRO FOOTBALL; N.F.L. Rookies Go to Class Before Going to Camp. The New York Times.
Freeman, Mike. (1998, July 19). PRO FOOTBALL: NOTEBOOK; Leaf Learns Rookie Lesson in Image-Making. The New York Times.
Schwarz, Alan. (2009, December 23). Helmet Standards Are Latest N.F.L. Battleground. The New York Times.