Northport, New York (PRWEB) June 01, 2017
There is an adage in sports that all parents and their young athletes have heard, “sports is 90% mental and 10% physical. “ While the actual percentages are unknown, this tried, and true quote had always had validity. Only recently have sports psychology experts taken the balance between the mental and athletic aspects of sports to new scientific levels.
Amanda Ferranti is dedicating her career to establish the healthy balance a young athlete needs to perform at their highest levels of both mental and physical abilities. Amanda is the director and founder of Ferranti Empowerment where she has firmly established herself as a highly respected mental skills consultant for youth athletes, teams, and coaches. Amanda, a top competitive athlete, has an M.A. in Sport and Exercise Psychology, and a B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University,
Ferranti is enthusiastic when she talks about the rewards and challenges that evolve from a comprehensive sports psychology program. Amanda remarks, “In the 10 to 14 year old range young athletes need the skill set and reinforcement to manage their emotions under an increasingly high amount of pressure. They must believe and trust in their capabilities. With all they are involved in their lives, they need to gain the confidence to stay focused on the necessary tasks to perform.”
Amanda Ferranti has achieved viable results working with young client athletes in a variety of sports. Ferranti Empowerment concentrated on mental skills with a talented lacrosse player. As a result of increased intellectual understanding, the player later graduated to play D1 lacrosse, helping his team advance to the NCCA tournament with 17 goals in his freshman year.
A tennis player who adhered and adapted the advice and training of Amanda significantly increased winning on the court and moved up to a top 10 USTA ranking within three months.
And several youth soccer players have mentally prepared for high pressure event such as US Youth Soccer National Camp and International Invitationals.
Ferranti feels that sports psychology enforcement does not need to be a years-long obligation or part of a daily training regime. Amanda, through her client training, has made significant progress in a short amount of time. She said, “Sports psychology training has a lasting effect throughout a career. What you learn in about eight weeks of training can be carried through the rest of a players life.”
Ferranti Empowerment can make your student athlete more confident, determined, and assertive, which leads to a more positive sports experience.
You can contact Amanda at aferranti(at)ferrantiempowerment.com, call (631) 213-7547 or visit http://www.ferrantiempowerment.com/