Sideline Sisters

15 - Amanda Smith talks about gender stereotypes in women's sports

March 27, 2024 Jenny Cheifetz Season 1 Episode 15
15 - Amanda Smith talks about gender stereotypes in women's sports
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Sideline Sisters
15 - Amanda Smith talks about gender stereotypes in women's sports
Mar 27, 2024 Season 1 Episode 15
Jenny Cheifetz

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Amanda Smith is a former NCAA D1/D2 athlete and former mechanical/aerospace engineer who worked on several NASA projects and is now a medical intuitive. Amanda works with female athletes who have gut pain that is taking them out of their sport. Along with the unpredictable pain, they struggle with depression and their grades are slipping. Amanda can scan their bodies to see what’s wrong, clarify it for them, map the path forward, and land them back in their best condition, back in their happy life, back in the game.

Amanda's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. You, the athlete, know what the problem is, but you often don't know the why. The why is the missing puzzle piece and the gut is the place to look and find the answers to so many health problems.
  2. Athletes have to respond quickly in situations when it comes to calming down. They don't have the luxury of pressing a pause button in the middle of a game, which is why learning mindfulness and breathing techniques is essential.
  3. Every athlete will have a difficult conversation with a coach at some point in their career, and ideally you want that to happen before college, so that you have some guidance in that conversation. Amanda is the perfect person to help with that guidance.
  4. The balance between masculine and feminine for female athletes is real. The very act of using the body in an athletic way is seen as masculine because of strength, power, speed, and precision, regardless of the grace, poise, and flow of some of the so-called feminine sports.
  5. Despite the above point, it's amazing that we live in a time where a strong woman is considered sexy.

Amanda on Instagram
Amanda's website
Amanda's podcast

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Join the Sideline Sisters Facebook Group and be a part of our growing community.
Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
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**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.

Show Notes

GET THE FREE MEDITATION HERE!!!

Amanda Smith is a former NCAA D1/D2 athlete and former mechanical/aerospace engineer who worked on several NASA projects and is now a medical intuitive. Amanda works with female athletes who have gut pain that is taking them out of their sport. Along with the unpredictable pain, they struggle with depression and their grades are slipping. Amanda can scan their bodies to see what’s wrong, clarify it for them, map the path forward, and land them back in their best condition, back in their happy life, back in the game.

Amanda's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. You, the athlete, know what the problem is, but you often don't know the why. The why is the missing puzzle piece and the gut is the place to look and find the answers to so many health problems.
  2. Athletes have to respond quickly in situations when it comes to calming down. They don't have the luxury of pressing a pause button in the middle of a game, which is why learning mindfulness and breathing techniques is essential.
  3. Every athlete will have a difficult conversation with a coach at some point in their career, and ideally you want that to happen before college, so that you have some guidance in that conversation. Amanda is the perfect person to help with that guidance.
  4. The balance between masculine and feminine for female athletes is real. The very act of using the body in an athletic way is seen as masculine because of strength, power, speed, and precision, regardless of the grace, poise, and flow of some of the so-called feminine sports.
  5. Despite the above point, it's amazing that we live in a time where a strong woman is considered sexy.

Amanda on Instagram
Amanda's website
Amanda's podcast

Check out Jennie Finch
Don't forget about Lisa Fernandez


DON'T FORGET TO GRAB THE FREE MEDITATION!!!

Jenny's other FREEBIES

Check out https://www.jentlecoaching.com for more information about Jentle Coaching.
And be sure to follow @jentlecoaching on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest news/offers.
Join the Sideline Sisters Facebook Group and be a part of our growing community.
Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
Download Jenny's FREE MEDITATION

Sign up for Podcast like a Mother: Podcast Creation Course

**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.