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.
Stepping out of your comfort zone is an important component to growth, personal development and achieving success. As Coaches, we continually encourage our athletes to get comfortable with the uncomfortable in order to expand skill development and improve results. However, there is a big difference between creating experiences and/or environments that are uncomfortable and those that are unsafe. In this ‘5 Minutes with Bo Hanson’, we discuss the important differences between being unsafe and being uncomfortable.
We believe that if you alter the environment, you alter the behavior that emerges from within it, this includes; individual behavior, team dynamics, accountability and trust. As Coaches (and sports administrators), our aim is to create an environment within our sports program or club that promotes and nourishes growth.
In this week’s 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson, Bo talks about recognizing the difference between a Momentary Adaptation and a Sustained Adaptation and how the two
At Athlete Assessments, we believe building relationships and understanding your fellow athletes as individuals helps create social cohesion and ultimately synergy. As a Coach, it is important to create an environment where your athletes can build social connections and high quality relationships in order to enjoy their sport. Building a high level of social cohesion can be the key to creating synergy within your team. So what are you doing to create social cohesion?
Have a topic you want Bo to cover?
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!