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Bridgeman Coaches help (Top) athletes to make the most out of themselves. Unconventional methods can give you an advantage over your opponents and help you to be the best version of yourself.

Improve your performance!

Bridgeman trains athletes to get more out of themselves with a method that helps you overcome performance anxiety, blockages, lack of confidence, etc. You will also gain techniques to become stronger, more focused, smarter, and faster. You likely won’t encounter these highly effective techniques in the regular circuit, whereas Bridgeman can teach these techniques with both one-on-one coaching and group training for clubs.

This training is effective for:

  • Improving your mindset
  • Building a super strong concentration
  • Learning to stay in the present moment
  • Quickly overcoming disappointment and error
  • Develop more energy at cellular level
  • Reduction of fears, anxiety and uncertainty
  • Developing more self-confidence
  • Becoming mentally stronger
  • Coping with emotions
  • Mastering stress

    For more information and / or to book a session, email: info@bridgemanmethode.nl

Underpinned with brain research

Robert Bridgeman is affiliated with the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute in San Francisco, which arose from a collaboration between Google and Stanford University. In this way Bridgeman draws from the source when it comes to the latest techniques and discoveries in the field of brain research, performance and emotional intelligence.

Tennis player Kiki Bertens about her collaboration with Bridgeman (Source: NOS.nl)

The 22-year old player is using a new mental coach to help her find refuge in yoga and meditation. These are methods where breathing is of particular focus. "And I feel that I’ve benefited fromit. I'm a lot calmer and more relaxed," says Bertens about her improvement. "In my comeback during the Tennis Masters [which she won] I noticed that already, how well it went in terms of footwork and mentality." Bertens likes the new approach. "I find what he has to say interesting. We often call before or after a party. I pay more attention to my breathing and which makes it easier to get concentrated. I'm just trying to be busy with my next challenge, and think less about my standing in the game. I want to develop this optimally so that I keep getting better. "

Experience from a competitive judoka

" I was introduced to Robert Bridgeman at the gym. As a judoka [someone who practices judo] I compete in national and international tournaments where the bar is often high. After following two of Robert’s sessions, I have learned to cope with this pressure in a positive way by using effective techniques. This has helped me tremendously, and I am sure that I will continue to greatly benefit from applying these techniques in both my future career, and in my daily life." Lennart van Tienen

Lennart van Tienen

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