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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.
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In this week’s 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson, he speaks about his unique experience learning about the US Navy SEALs resilience and their approach to mental toughness.
In this week’s 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson, Bo actually talks for 12! That’s because this week’s concept, of being the best athlete for the team rather than the best athlete on the team, is just so important.
In this week’s 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson, we revisit the highly requested topic of Athlete Resiliency. Specifically we discuss two practical strategies you can use as a coach to help your athletes improve their resiliency: Reframing and Attribution Theory. As Athlete Resiliency is such an important topic, you may also be interested in where we have discussed it before in an article and video presentation.
Today we’re going to talk about the pre-season and the importance of getting some really critical aspects right. A lot of our clients here in Australia are embarking on yet another pre-season within the football codes and various other sports. One of the things we often talk about in regards to the pre-season is that it is a unique opportunity to set a framework that is going to see out your entire season. I’m always a big believer, whenever I do a presentation, I often do an exercise and we start by getting everyone on the same page by getting everyone to stand up and clap above their head. You really only get one opportunity to do that and essentially that’s what the pre-season is about.
Find out the one thing that every elite athlete has in common, irrespective of their sport. It is their ability to master skill acquisition. In this video, Bo Hanson explores what the experts in this field are doing and how this links ultimately to self-awareness and self-regulation. Get your 5-minute professional development boost now.
Welcome to this week’s video series. One of the most critical roles that any coach has is creating change in their athletes. That is, understanding how change is created and understanding how your athletes actually manage that change. There is a model that I always come back to and it’s quite a simple model. The purpose of this video today is to actually explain and articulate what the steps in the process are in this model. So we call this model the ‘D x V x P’ Model. Ultimately, what we’re describing here is three mechanisms – three key points we have to hit on to create change in our athletes whether that change relates to the athletes’ technique or any other behavioral change that you might have in mind for that player.
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