Freddy obtained his degree in Psychology in 2009 during his career as a professional baseball player in the Anaheim Angels farm systems and the Major League club. He then pursued his master’s degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resources.
In 2012, after sustaining a number of injuries while playing baseball, Freddy retired from the field and launched a new career as a Mental Skills Coach for the Kansas City Royals. He spent the next four years working with players, helping and leading them to use the mind and body connection to achieve ultimate success. He developed a rigorous mental training program that works with the mind and body to increase confidence, improve self-talk, redirect thoughts toward tasks, dreams and goals, teach relaxation, create proper muscle memory, instill new habits, develop a positive attitude, and alter behavior.
Today, Freddy continues to work with individuals to help gain control of the mind to relieve stress, tension, problems, fears, roadblocks and limitations that are affecting the individual from achieving maximum potential. When not working, Freddy enjoys spending quality time with his children, outdoor activities such as boating, skiing, fishing,and hunting, and is also an active member at church and the community of Medford, Oregon.
- Myers-Briggs Practitioner
- Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children
- Professional Coach
- Executive Leadership Coach
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming