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1. Expertise is domain specific and developed over a long time We often reference the 10,000 hour rule as being the minimum amount of time required to reach expert status in anything.  (For more information, refer to the book The Talent Code.) Whilst it is possible to be great prior to this, the greatness experienced is likely to be as a result of some physiological ability, talent or external course of events, not because you are an expert.  Expertise is also... Full article

Does your program breed toughness in your team? In this concise video, Bo Hanson simplifies the dialogue around toughness in sport by providing a short definition of what we mean when we talk toughness. He describes what tough athletes look like, and the ways in which this attribute can separate and elevate performance. Hanson also presents effective strategies for athletes to utilize when they need to rely on their toughness and how to perform at their best when it matters... Full article

What is it about the Crusaders that make them so successful? In 2018 they were crowned Australasia’s best team of the last quarter of a century. Christchurch is a relatively small city with just under 400,000 population. It doesn’t have a huge player pool, certainly no more than the North Island franchises and in some cases less. Facilities wise, it does pretty well. The old Rugby Park had a significant transformation some years ago with the addition of a new administration block, new... Full article

In New Zealand we love our sports. While we might be most globally known for our Rugby, we consistently perform quite well in Netball, Hockey, Rowing, Golf, Surfing, Underwater Hockey, Polo, Motorcross, Car racing and of course the Adventure Racing and distance/endurance events. Kiwis often  considered to “punch above their weight” when it comes to sport. What is the secret to the tenacious spirit and never dying spirit? We are still asking this today, but over time there have been... Full article

What are the secrets to New Zealand Rowing successes ?? Hear from Christchurch Boys High Rowing Coach Logan Keys. Logan is also the Regional Manager for Canterbury Rowing and New Zealand Junior Rowing Coach as well as an accomplished athlete in his own right. Senior boys 8 – Christ’s College were winners at Maadi Cup 2018 with Christchurch Boys High coming in 3rd A great showing from our Total Tours HQ local Christchurch teams Watch to the end for a... Full article

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