5 Minutes with
Bo Hanson Videos
In this video series, Bo Hanson answers some of the most frequently asked (and interesting!) questions from clients, and discusses the most relevant topics for sport coaching and performance. Check back regularly as there’s a new video every couple of weeks! You can also find a form at the bottom of the page to submit your own topic for Bo to talk about.
There is an entire chapter dedicated to the ‘Big Reason Why’ in the Athlete Tough program developed by Bo Hanson. Being ATHLETE TOUGH is defined by the actions you take when your performance matters the most. Bo Hanson’s unique and proven program is designed to ensure your athletes never give up, never quit on their team and never quit on themselves. It will deliver strategies on how to be mentally resilient and provide step-by-step processes to help your athletes become and stay mentally strong. Find out more here.
To excel in high-performance sport, athletes and coaches are inexhaustible in their search for an edge. In this short video, Bo Hanson provides a checklist of how athletes can compete before they even reach the start line or make the opening move in a match. Successful athletes routinely work on certain aspects of their life to enhance their performance. Watch now to find out what 10 items your athletes could be working on in addition to the prescribed program to ensure they’re in front of the competition.
Effective leadership impacts your win-loss record. Fact! It’s also true that a leadership role will stretch an athlete’s ability to connect, drive standards, rally teammates and excel at their own game. In this 5 minutes with Bo Hanson, he talks tips, strategies and shortcuts, giving athletes tools to manage a leadership role with their own game.
Be inspired by the contribution a few well-timed words from a Coach can make. In this short video Bo Hanson tells his story about the way a Coach kept his dream alive. After not winning a single schoolboy event he goes on to represent Australia at the Olympics age 18.
Learn why your team’s skill set is only a starting point by understanding the difference between a fixed and a growth mindset. In this short video Bo explains how a fixed mindset drives the expectation that an athlete can only operate within a predetermined range of abilities, while a growth mindset sees the potential for skill development on a mental and physical level.
In this five minute video we hear about techniques teams can use to take themselves to new levels of learning and results (instead of returning to the same principles or starting point every session). Bo calls this ‘Compounding Practice’. Compounding practice is something that all successful teams and athletes do. They begin with the basics and build their craft, layer upon layer, until they become a specialist in the skills essential to their sport.
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Was there a topic you wanted covered that you couldn’t find in the above videos? Submit the below form to get your topic discussed by Bo Hanson in 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson. We will get back to you when Bo has answered your question, and his response is up on our website. You can also check back regularly as there’s a new video uploaded every couple of weeks!