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Past essays #4 & the reason why・・・・
I am gonna post my essay which I worked on in Biomechanics class in the last semester.

I have played baseball for 13 years and broke my left shoulder when I was a college student in Japan. I couldn’t throw balls for long distance anymore. (I can play catch just for fun, but only in short distance). When I look back now, my shoulder injury seemed to be predestined to happen(was destined to happen) and I am sure that injury came from the lack of my awareness of warm-up. Although I had been anatomically inflexible and supposed to be more awareness about my body, I somehow failed to care about my body, especially around shoulders.

I regret about my absence of awareness,(I regret that I wasn't aware←more proper) and don't want an athlete to make (repeat) the same mistake as mine.
And that own mistake(my own mistake or that mistakes), in a sense, inspired me to become an athletic trainer and and I decided to pursue my career in the sporting world. Now I am studying Sport Medicine so that I can get enough knowledge and experience as to prevent athletes from getting injury even though there are just few possibilities to get hurt.

Here is my essay. I focus specifically on shoulder mechanisms and the difference between full-can exercise and empty-can exercise. My friend, Katie, helped me check my grammar stuff and taught me many new expressions. Special thanks to Katie!!


New expression

asprire
人が主語
I aspired to be an athletic trainer

inspire
物が主語
My own mistakes inspired me to be an athletic trainer.



起こるべくして起こる ;《be ~》
predestined to happen


宗教的な意味があるらしい。神に・・・みたいな。普通の英語では
be destined to happenを使うといい。


pursue a career in
pursue a career as
~としての道を進む
pursue a career goal


pursue a career in the private sector
民間部門に職を求める
He came to Japan in 2002 to pursue a career as a sumo wrestler.
力士になるために2002年に来日しました
AS←~としてのの意。pursue arms control proposals designed to
~することを目的とした軍縮提案を推進する
pursue beauty
pursue an object
pursue an artistic career
芸術を志す






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