1) an exhausted health care professional that despite the name, does not train athletes.
2) part psychologist, part first aider, part hydration technician, part relationship counselor, part physical therapist...this individual is trained to do it all...for the athletes.
3) Someone that is used to working all weekends and holidays, which accumulates to working a 68 hour work week.
athletic trainers have the best seats in the house during athletic events, but there's a whole lot of work that goes into that seat.
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