Sports Training Resume Format

By | June 5, 2010

Sports trainers work with coaches, teams, and athletes to help prevent injuries. They ensure that athletes maintain a good diet and they stay physically fit.

They also attend to the athletes’ injuries and give first aid. This sample resume can be used to apply for physiology jobs, fitness trainer jobs etc.

Sample Sports Training Resume

Abby Jones

918 F. Street NW

Washington DC

joabbie@mycomp.com

Mobile No: +202-783-8993

Telephone No: +202-837-8372

Career Objective:

I want to take up the challenging position as a sports trainer. I have been able to teach athletes how to train in order to avoid common injuries such as sprains.

I have also been able to develop fitness programme s for both group and individuals and monitor them as they undertake the program.

I have the ability to delegate, manage and prioritize. I am a team player and have the skills required.

Having worked in the sports industry I am able to work with clients and help them to reach their full potential. I believe that I have the experience needed. I therefore believe I am the most suited for this position.

Professional Experience:

2006- 2010: Exercise Physiologist– DC Orthopedic Clinic

2004- 2006: Fitness Instructor – 5th Avenue Gymnasium

Qualifications:

2001- 2004: Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology- George Washington University, America

2000- 2001: Certificate in Physical Fitness-George Washington University, America

America

Achievements:

IDEA Health & Fitness Association Personal Trainer

International Red Cross CPR, First Aid Instructor and Water Safety Instructor

Hobbies:

Swimming

Camping

Jogging

Referees:

Can be provided upon request.

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