Olympic Teams Adopt The Fluid Motion Factor

Steven Yellin, founder of The Fluid Motion Factor, had an inspiring week as he worked with both the Danish National Team and the Women’s French Olympic Team at our Headquarters at ChampionsGate, FL.

Former LPGA Tour player and current coach of the French National Women’s Olympic Team, Patricia Meunier-Lebouc, began looking for a mental program that would benefit her players. She saw the tremendous value that the FMF program could provide her team as they prepare to compete at the Olympic level.

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc, who is currently going through the Fluid Motion Factor certification program, had experienced first hand the remarkable impact of the FMF program. She had previously introduced another young French player, Celine Boutier, to The Fluid Motion Factor. Celine went on to win the Ladies British Open Amateur Championship in June, 2015.

“I taught the Danish National team and the Women’s French Olympic team the Fluid Motion Factor program. They all enjoyed the program and thought that it would make them more consistent when they play”, said Meunier-Lebouc.

Thomas Paulson, the Danish National Women’s coach, is also going through the FMF certification program. Similar to Meunier-Lebouc, he had previously brought a Danish player, Daisy Nielsen, to go through the program. Daisy went on to finished second in the Ladies European Tour Q-school, shooting 20 under par.

“I spent two days with the Danish team and they felt the benefit of the program almost immediately. They were amazed that they could achieve great results by eliminating swing thoughts”, said Steven Yellin.