Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant
This 8-Part Presentation is dedicated to coaches working with younger athletes but is also useful for coaches of any level looking to improve their coaching practice. Topics covered include:
- The Limitations Of Traditional Coaching
- Bo Hanson’s Coaching Philosophy
- Why Kids Drop Out Of Sport
- The Five Critical Ingredients for Success
- Poor Communication And Burn Out In Athletes
- Adapting Coaching For The Younger Generation
- The Role Of The Coach And Athlete Centered Coaching
- Behavioral Predictability And What Bonds An Athlete To You
PART 1 – THE LIMITATIONS OF TRADITIONAL COACHING
In Part 1 Bo Hanson discusses some of the limitations of traditional coaching and what can be done to ensure your athlete reaches their full potential. If your coaching style is a bit outdated, you may find it difficult to develop a successful coach-athlete relationship and help your team achieve to their fullest potential.
PART 2 – BO HANSON’S COACHING PHILOSOPHY
In Part 2 of this video presentation, Bo talks about the role of coaching philosophies in sport. What is your Coaching Philosophy? Is it to win? How do you think about sport? In this video Bo presents and discusses his own personal Philosophy on Sport.
PART 3 – WHY CHILDREN DROP OUT OF SPORT
In Part 3 Bo discusses why children drop out of sport. Up to 75% of children drop out of sport because they are not enjoying themselves. How does coaching impact on the enjoyment of the children they are coaching? Bo Hanson presents on the critical role of the coach for children to enjoy sport.
PART 4 – THE FIVE CRITICAL INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS
In Part 4 Bo presents on the five critical ingredients for success. Find out how strong support systems, strong coach-athlete relationships, high levels of athlete self-awareness, management of the competition environment, and an effective training environment will lead to success at any level.
PART 5 – POOR COMMUNICATION AND BURN OUT IN ATHLETES
In Part 5 of this video presentation Bo focusses in on Burnout in athletes, particularly young athletes. Find out what causes Burnt out athletes and what can be done to prevent it. Bo reveals the No. 1 cause of burnout in young athletes and how it can be prevented.
PART 6 – ADAPTING COACHING FOR A YOUNGER GENERATION
In Part 6 Bo Hanson discusses the difference in today’s athletes, from athletes in previous generations. Find out how your coaching technique needs to adapt to suit the needs of the current generation.
PART 7 – THE ROLE OF THE COACH AND ATHLETE CENTERED COACHING
In Part 7 of this presentation Bo talks about the important role of the coach, and athlete centered coaching. Discover why understanding your athletes is so important and how by being an Athlete centered coach your athletes can achieve more.
PART 8 – BEHAVIORAL PREDICTABILITY AND WHAT BONDS AN ATHLETE TO YOU
In the final part of this presentation, Bo highlights how Behavioral Predictability can help you become a better coach. Behavioral Predictability helps to bond athletes to you. Find out how to bond athletes to you, and why when you do, performance will improve all around!
We hope you enjoyed this videos series. If you’re looking for more, from the Alliance of Women Coaches, Bo Hanson presents this five-part Webinar on Conflict, Cliques and Chaos: Using the Stages of Team Development, DISC and the GRIP Model to Navigate a Successful Season. Watch a recording of the webinar and access the additional resources provided on this important topic. Watch here now!
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