The purpose of The Best Athlete You Can Be, aka TBAYCB, is to guide athletes like you, in a unique way, combining Sports psychology, Mindset Coaching, Motivational Speaking, and Storytelling to help you become the hero you dream to become.

To make a step closer to achieving your dreams, visit the page “Optimization Products” or “Coaching”.

The mindset optimization products and the coaching services designed by TBAYCB are here to help athletes like you:

  • SOLVE your mindset challenges and BE happier
  • UNDERSTAND the mental state and the triggers that will help you PERFORM at your highest level
  • MAKE history, BREAK records, WIN the Olympic gold medals, the titles and the trophies you dream of and ACHIEVE the things people think are impossible.

During their career, elite and professional athletes face an infinity of mindset, mental, psychological, stress and anxiety-related challenges such as:

Depression, fear of winning, fear of losing, performs great in training but not in competition, stress coming from the coaching staff, afraid not to perform as well as expected, financial pressure related to contracts, online and offline critics/judgement, high level of stress during highly exposed competitions, sleeping issues, negative questions from the media, lack of motivation, boredom/complacency, specific training conditions, over confidence, too nervous before a competition, coming back from a heart-breaking loss, to lose someone or to break up with someone before a competition, to fall in love before a competition, high expectations from the coach, the organisation or the athlete himself, frustrated by his own effort level or by the referees, lack of confidence/execution/focus, a rival’s high level of performance, afraid of a specific session, in a hurry to get results, hostile environments, etc…as well as all the same challenges that non athletes have.

“THE BEST ATHLETE YOU CAN BE” has been created by Gregory Berge, former professional triathlete, award-winning motivational speaker, award-winning osteopath and 4-time consecutive college basketball national champion.