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Tennis Australia: Learning Coaching Lessons The Hard Way

Reflections on the Recent Media about Bernard Tomic and Patrick Rafter
(Note: Tennis Australia is not a client of Athlete Assessments)
By Bo Hanson, Director – Athlete Assessments

When it comes to Coaches and athletes, Tennis Australia is doing it tough. An article recently appeared in our news feed regarding the state of Australian Tennis, in particular […]

By |Behavioral Profiling|

Sports Consultant’s “All In” Attitude Accelerates Personal Growth

Spotlight on Becky Ahlgren Bedics: Personal development crucial for sporting success
By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments

An “all in” attitude sees Sport Psychology Consultant Becky Ahlgren Bedics use every piece of herself to ensure her athletes, Coaches and athletic administrators are the very best they can be. In this article we put the spotlight […]

Athlete Assessments Newsletters – May 2017

We are celebrating another two National Championships this month! We’re proud to notch up six in the last 18 months for clients we work with. So, in this edition, we celebrate and showcase some amazing Coaches. Some are multiple Champions, others have turned their program around in the very first year and another […]

By |Newsletters|

Athlete Transition: 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson

Athlete Transition is a topic that has recently gained a lot of momentum as a critical issue in sport. For elite athletes, the large majority of their effort and energy is focused on their training and competition. Throughout their careers, athletes make personal, professional and financial sacrifices so they can pursue their dreams. Often, things outside […]

By |5 Minutes with Bo Hanson|

Athlete Assessments Newsletters – March 2017

Are you mad that it’s March already? Well don’t get mad, get reading!Here’s our first update for 2017 covering some of the most relevant topics in sport in our latest articles and videos. Welcome to our March newsletter.

Planning for life after sport for elite athletes is […]

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Camp Elevate – For Coaches on the Rise

From June 1-4 2017, Athlete Assessments’ Bo Hanson will be presenting three sessions at Camp Elevate – a summer camp for creative, innovative and “people-first” Coaches who are committed to their personal and professional development beyond the X’s and O’s of their sport.

The first session is ‘Get a GRIP of your Pre-Season’ and he shares insights […]

2017 WBCA Convention in Dallas, TX

Bo Hanson is presenting and Athlete Assessments is exhibiting at the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Convention
If you are attending the 2017 WBCA Convention, be sure to catch “Recruiting for What Your Team Really Needs: Improving Recruiting Success” and “When Talent isn’t Enough: Game Plan for Winning with People” presented by 4x Olympian and 3x Olympic Medalist, […]

2017 NCAA Women Coaches Academy

NCAA Women Coaches Academy’s 4-day educational training program.
Athlete Assessments will once again be attending the NCAA Women Coaches Academies in Denver, Colorado from May 31 – June 3, and June 15 – June 18 with Liz Hanson presenting sessions on DISC, Knowing Your Values, and Communication Strategies.
“Being part of the WCA is an absolute highlight of […]

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By |Events and Full Video Series|

Momentary vs Sustained Adaptations: 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson

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 effect an athletes’ ability to perform at their best.

Every athlete has a way of doing things that just feels right. A way they like to shoot, or move, […]

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