EFT Power Training – For Sports Teams
What is a Championship Worth to You and Your Team?
EFT Power Training is the first organization to form teams of expert coaches and psychologists to maximize sports performance—delivering big and measurable results in an amazingly short time. EFT Power Training performed the first scientific study of EFT for sports performance with the Oregon State University basketball teams. The team receiving EFT did 38% better at free throws than the control team after treatment.
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Dan Spencer had therapist Greg Warburton, LPC, introduce EFT to Division I college baseball in mid-sesaon 2006. With key players using EFT, Oregon State went on to win the College Baseball World Series in 2006, and then won an unprecedented second consecutive championship in 2007. These same methods are now available to help your team too! EFT Power Training has a proven track record of producing huge and immediate performance gains with athletes. To hear Dawson Church, PhD, talk about EFT Power Training on A Champion’s Mind: The Secret to Athletic Success on Create-Health-And-Wellness.com, click here.
To download a scientific paper in PDF format on the OSU experiment, click here.
To read the story of how EFT improved the kick height of a competitive dancer by 10 3/4 inches in ten minutes, click here.
To view a television news report on EFT being used with young athletes, click here.
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The EFT Power Training process with a sports team is an exhilarating experience. It lasts a week. Here’s what happens, day by day:
DAY ONE: Introduction and Baseline Measurements. A team of experts arrives: therapists, coaches and statisticians. They introduce the team to the core concepts of Energy Psychology, and explain how changing the energy around performance can produce dramatic improvements in strength, precision and flexibility. They then have the team work out, and obtain objective measurements of the team’s performance on standard tests for their particular sport. This provides a baseline against which subsequent progress can be measured.
DAY TWO: Individual Athlete Treatments. Each athlete receives intensive individual therapy sessions, and homework to do between each session. Underlying emotional issues that affect performance are identified, shifted, and performance gains measured. Athletes receive Energy Psychology methods that are individualized to address their particular problems.
DAY THREE: Performance Related Treatment. On day three, issues that came up on Day Two are analyzed and corrected. Blocks are identified and removed. Self-sabotaging beliefs are brought to light and replaced with affirmative new beliefs. Performance gains are “tapped in” with Energy Psychology approaches designed to create muscle memories of peak performance.
DAY FOUR: Support Staff Treatment and Teamwork Maximization. Day four is about all the people around the team, and producing a harmonious and supportive environment for the team. Coaches, assistant coaches, and all other support members for the team are also treated. Also, the team as a whole identifies areas in which it may be blocked, or not functioning well, and these energy patterns are shifted so that the team can flow smoothly together. The group of therapists works on the team as a whole to maximize performance, and to set up a pattern of open receptivity to future coaching instructions from the team’s regular coaches.
DAY FIVE: The team’s performance is measured again, together and as single athletes, to show the team how far they have come since day one. On the final day, goals are set for the use of Energy Psychology to resolve future performance blocks, and to cement future performance gains.
To find out if EFT Power Training is right for your team, call the Soul Medicine Institute office at 707 237 6951 to schedule an appointment. Please email us the size and nature of your team, and the kinds of improvements you’d like to see.
Stacey Vornbrock, MS, LPC
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