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Simple Ways to Live a Healthy Lifestyle




HOSPITALS employ ESHP professionals in cardiac rehabilitation, community wellness programs, weight management, orthopedics, physical therapy, and research.

COMPANIES need exercise specialists for their employee wellness programs. Sporting goods corporations need exercise research professionals for the development and testing of their products. Biomedical and pharmaceutical companies also hire ESHP professionals for sales and management positions.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS need physical educators and trainers. Elementary and secondary schools employ health educators. Higher level institutions employ ESHP professionals as exercise research scientists and sports psychologists.

Many ESHP graduates also seek admission into medical schools.

HEALTH CLUBS AND COMMUNITY CENTERS employ fitness trainers, youth program directors, physical therapists, nutritionists, athletic trainers, and specialized activity instructors.

VOLUNTARY AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS such as the American Cancer Society and the American Lung Association employ ESHP graduates.

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and public health departments seek ESHP professionals.

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS such as Olympic training centers, and professional sports teams hire highly trained ESHP professionals for coaching, program development, management, research and a variety of other services.

PERSONAL CONSULTING is a growing field for the ESHP professional and can range from personal "one-on-one" training to full-service fitness consulting.