Episode 91 Bob Bowman
"How do I become the next Bob Bowman?" - Brett Hawke
Champions have a clear plan for success in achieving their goals.
Champions produce normal and predictable performances in very abnormal and unpredictable environments.
Champions rehearse success on a daily basis -- physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Champions value the process of success more than any particular outcome.
Champions have a dream.
Champions have a passion for pursuing their vision of success that will overcome obstacles, get them through the tough times, and carry them to spectacular performances throughout their career.
YouTube Shortcuts by Coach Ron Hehn
01:30 Decision To Redshirt Entire ASU Team
03:30 Explaining The Decision To The Athletes / Buy-In
07:00 “Characteristics Of A Champion” - From Bob’s Perspective
9:30 Longevity of Michael and Bob’s Coach/Athlete/Personal Relationship
12:30 How To “Develop A Clear Path To Success” / Goal Setting
19:00 Contemplation Of A Career Change
22:00 Explains “Challenges Make You Learn And Grow”
23:45 Explains “Champions Have Normal and Predictable Performances In Abnormal And Unpredictable Circumstances”
25:30 Advice For Coaches On Emotional Regulation / Routine
29:45 Explains “Champions Rehearse Success On A Daily Basis”
34:00 Explains “Champions Value The Process Of Success More Than The Outcome”
36:45 “Champions Have A Dream” / What’s Bob’s Next Dream
40:00 Why Bob Demands Daily Excellence
42:00 Michael’s Presence On Deck
44:15 Michael’s 100 Butterfly At The 2008 Beijing Olympics
46:45 Mental Preparation / Visualization Story
49:15 2001 Fukuoka World Championships 200 Butterfly / Michael’s Mental Breakdown
52:30 How Bob Handled Michael Post-2008 / 2012 London Motivation
56:00 Bob’s Response To Michael’s Negative Press
58:45 What Separates Michaels From Other Great Athletes
65:00 Michael As A Teammate
70:00 Michael As A Person
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