Athletics and Recreation

Applied Health Sciences student life

Applied Health Sciences student life


James: I’d call myself a tournament bowler. I bowl in leagues and tournaments twice a week when I’m on the lanes I can just forget about everything
else and when I’m off the lanes I can get back to studying and my mind is just
fresh. My name is James and I’m in Kinesiology. Jayne: Move Your Mind program provides recreation involvement to students on campus with mood disorders. All the positive changes that have happened to the participants has really affirmed how important recreation
and leisure provision is. It’s such a huge part of what people enjoy about
their life. My name is Jayne and I’m studying Recreation. Jen: AHSUM is the Applied Health Sciences Undergraduate Members My involvement with AHSUM is
really important to me because of the sense of accomplishment that I get. I
was very nervous coming into first year but after getting involved I felt like I
had friends everywhere I turned. My name is Jen and I’m studying public health. Tony: Getting involved in research I think is very important. It makes you really appreciate all of the knowledge that we have so far. I wanted to really experience what it is like to produce primary research and
that’s what got me interested. I’m Tony and I’m in health studies. I chose Waterloo because I enjoy how I felt at Waterloo. It felt like home to me. Jen: My ambition in life is to help people in any way that I can. James: Going forward I want to pursue a career maybe in chiropractics, physiotherapy, or even medicine. Jayne: This is exactly what I want to end up doing when I graduate


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