The faces occupying each Zoom square on Athlete Assessments’ first Client Collective were distinguished by their choice of beverage – Eastern Time in the United States saw clients sharing their happy hour with us, water bottles for those on Mountain Time, Pacific and Central Time, in the UK it’s a late night cup of tea and comparatively, time zones in Australia saw clients reaching for their morning latte.
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Coaches get clear on your priorities! Seasons are set to start again, athletes will or have already resumed training and competition schedules, but life looks
What you need to know to fast-track your performance recovery. Bo unpacks an athletes’ priorities, giving an insight into what’s important, why and how he
Where do goals fit in? With the on-going debate by others about the use or purpose of goals (or not), in this 5 minute video Bo Hanson talks about the way goals set standards for behavior and performance. He also talks about the way goals can guide an athlete’s focus, learning from the past, projecting into the future and doing the work required in the now. He brings awareness to the perspective that each time frame offers. Watch as he discusses the place for goals.
It’s critical that athletes and coaches have different post game and in game strategies for recovering from mistakes, because in game strategies are all about getting back into the game as fast as possible, while post game analysis and plans are all about massively learning from errors to ensure mistakes don’t reoccur in the future. Mistake minimisation is an essential part of elevating performance. If you’re looking to take your performance to the next level, this 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson will give you a simple 3 step strategy for dealing with mistakes post-game. You’ll have a plan which takes you into the future and a mindset that uses mistakes to leverage performance to new levels. Watch now!
One of the biggest challenges any athlete or coach faces is recovering from mistakes during a game or race. Every game and every competition is full of mistakes, but performances are defined by the ability to recover from these mistakes. In this 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson video, he gives you a simple 3 step strategy for dealing with mistakes in game. On the surface, the world’s top athletes deliver impeccable performances every time, but when you pull their game apart, what they actually have, is an incredible ability to get their game back on track, that ability is a prerequisites for high-performance. Watch now!
When Georgia Southern University formally acknowledged Hal Wilson’s prodigious contribution to coaching and the community with the Waters College of Health Professions Award for Service, they recognized the thousands of hours that Hal (and many coaches for that matter) spend every year, when he mentors and coaches athletes and coaches, propelling them forward, taking steps alongside them as they fulfil their dreams.
On a daily basis, the Performance and Wellness Institute is buzzing with athletes practicing their verticals, leaping between stations, pushing their strength towards numbers that were previously unimaginable, while rehabbers are moving with increasing degrees and fluidity. But this isn’t what distinguishes the Institute, enter Crisa Renard and Ryan Wasilawski, these two Exercise Physiologists and their investment in every individual is what’s behind the success stories that clients are quick to share.
Extraordinary vertical jump heights, split-second qualifying times, personal bests; these are the statistics flying around the floor at Acceleration – the high-performance development centres, owned and founded by Stewart Briggs, located in Queensland, Australia.