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Becky Abrams is a Sports Medicine Associate and a Licensed Athletic Trainer here at Billings Clinic. Becky joined Billings Clinic in 2006, and has been working in the industry for 10 years. Becky played sports her entire life when growing up, which led to her having a great interest in health, wellness, and science. Becky has had the opportunity to work with a variety of sports including football, basketball, cross country, soccer, hockey, baseball, softball, tennis and track. The sports performance program has given Becky the opportunity to research areas of exercise physiology and human performance with many of our local elite athletes. Becky’s favorite part of her job is that she loves working with kids and programs in the community. Strength and Conditioning, Injury Prevention and Exercise Physiology are some of her desired areas of focus.
Becky was born in Great Falls, MT, but later moved to Miles City, MT where she was raised. She completed her undergraduate degree in Health and Human Performance from MSU-Billings, and then received her Master’s Degree in Athletic Training also from MSU-Billings. After coming to Billings and playing 4 years of college tennis at MSU-Billings, Becky decided Billings was a great place to live. She loves to spend time with her husband and two daughters, workout as a family, fish, and read.
The best training tip Becky can give a new athlete in training – “Push yourself outside your comfort zone. Those workouts or specific exercises that seem the hardest for you are the ones that are most likely benefitting you the most! Nutrition is one of the most important aspects of reaching your athletic potential. Emphasize good nutrition as much as possible.”