Episode 2 - Chris Bono - Head Wrestling Coach - Wisconsin Badgers
Wisconsin Badger Head Wrestling Coach, Chris Bono, joins Wisco Legacy to talk about his wrestling career, his time away from wrestling, South Dakota State, his family, UW-Madison, recruiting, and life lessons he learned through running the Badger Trail Run, 100 Mile Race. You can read more about Coach Bono on https://www.wiscolegacy.com/post/episode-2-spotlight-chris-bono-head-wrestling-coach-wisconsin-badgers
ABOUT THIS EPISODEJon Reader and Chris Bono join the podcast to talk about running the Badger 100, a 100 mile foot race along the Badger State Trail continuing onto the Jane Addams Trail between Belleville, WI and Orangeville, WI. We also talk about the training leading up to the race, Braxton Amos Junior World title and the future for the Badger Wrestling team. *PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBATThis episode is presented by Spartan Combat. Yianni Diakomihalis’s new apparel line just dropped. Shop Yianni D shirts and singlets now at Spartan Combat. *FANSIf you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! *TEXT THE SHOW–Keyword: Wrestle–Number: 224-54* FOLLOW the PODCASTTwitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My LifeFacebook: Wrestling Changed My LifeWebsite: wrestlingchangedmylife.comShop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com ***ABOUTPresented by Spartan Combat and hosted by Ryan Warner, the award-winning Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features in-depth interviews with wrestlers, mma fighters and coaches. Talking all things amateur wrestling, womens wrestling, freestyle wrestling, NCAA wrestling, high school wrestling, college wrestling and Olympic wrestling, we release new episodes every Monday and Wednesday. Wrestling Changed My Life is the fastest growing wrestling podcast and has been featured as high as #28 on Apple’s Top Sports Podcasts Charts.
Long Run 148 - Chris Bono and Jon Reader - WI Wrestling Coaches and Badger 100
Ten Junk Miles
University of Wisconsin Wrestling coaches and decorated wrestlers Chris Bono and Jon Reader decided to run 100 miles in spite of the fact that they had never even run a half marathon. Their journey is a example of resilience and grit the likes of which we seldom see. Join Scotty and them on a long run in which they discuss their journey! Kick a few bucks to Pete's Owl Run 100's project here: https://peteripmaster.com/owl-run-hundreds-project/ Brought to you by our friends at Dri-Seats. Have you bought yours yet? What are you waiting for?? Get 20% off with the code TJM20 - https://www.dri-seats.com Website: http://www.tenjunkmiles.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tenjunkmiles Twitter: https://twitter.com/tenjunkmiles Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tenjunkmiles/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TenJunkMiles/
#17: Wisconsin wrestling coach Chris Bono started wrestling at age five…and the rest is history
Sport and the Growing Good
Chris Bono is the head wrestling coach at the University of Wisconsin. He was a three-time All-American wrestler at Iowa State and was the NCAA champion at 150 lbs. Coach Bono has quickly developed the Wisconsin wrestling program into one of the best in the nation. In this episode of the SGG podcast, we discuss: 1. Starting wrestling as a five-year old. 2. The difficult position he was put into as a new coach right out of college. 3. The importance of developing deep relationships with the student-athletes. 4. His daily routine – which starts very early (4:15am). 5. Pearl Jam. 6. The importance of positive habits…but also setting goals and enjoying “little successes” along the way. 7. Why he’s changing the team’s practice schedule for the season ahead (the importance of remaining adaptable and being willing to change). 8. How he’s responded to failures over the years: “Keep doin’!” 9. Forcing opponents to “wrestle our style.” 10. What’s involved with being a head coach – the “CEO” of the program. 11. Why he asks potential recruits to send videos of a match they lost. 12. What he pays attention to when he watches a potential recruit compete and when the recruits and their families visit campus. 13. Keeping up with the ever-changing ways that young people communicate technologically.
FRL 466 - Chris Bono Comes On To Talk 133 & The Boys Preview
FloWrestling Radio Live
Run of Show 0:00 - Chris Bono comes on the show to talk 133 and his thoughts on Seth Gross’ matchups with Sebastian Rivera, Austin DeSanto, and Roman Bravo Young, thoughts on team points being taken away, and more. 0:32 - Are we worried about coronavirus? 0:37 - ACC Championships preview 0:51 - MACtion talk 0:55 - What is going on with the EIWA Championships seeding? 01:11 - Low seeded Big Ten wrestlers that could make the finals 01:14 - Shakur Rasheed’s bonus point wins have disappeared 01:20 - You can’t make wrestling fans happy 01:25 - The Ernie Monaco feature is must watch 01:26 - Club and high school coaches friction
Chris Bono has had a wild career as both an athlete and a coach. Over the past decade, Coach Bono has continued to jump levels as a coach, much as he did as an athlete, using the same principles and mindset throughout both. He's not done yet and fresh into his second season as Wisconsin head coach, he's more excited than ever! It was fun diving into a plethora of topics in this conversation. Conversation Flow & Order of Topics: - Accolades the Proudest Of - Wrestling in Pennsylvania & Florida - Biggest Contribution to Success - The transition from Athlete to Coach - Evolving as a Coach - Most Important Time as a Coach - Establishing Culture - Big Loss to Iowa - Giving Seth Gross a Second Chance - Coaching Seth to Win NCAA’s - Thoughts on Social Media - Excitement for the Future Wanna support the podcast? Apparel is now available at SHOP.BASCHAMANIA.COM or inquire about sponsorships by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to follow the podcast @Baschamania on social media.
Wisconsin head coach Chris Bono goes On The Mat Now in his second year at the helm at the University of Wisconsin, head wrestling coach Chris Bono has the Badgers sitting near the top of the rankings and has a renewed energy building in Madison. Doug Waggoner of Quant Wrestling will also join the show […]
Wisconsin head coach Chris Bono goes On The MatNow in his second year at the helm at the University of Wisconsin, head wrestling coach Chris Bono has the Badgers sitting near the top of the rankings and has a renewed energy building in Madison. Doug Waggoner of Quant Wrestling will also join the show to talk analytics. Join Andy Hamilton and Kyle Klingman as they talk to our guest and topics related to the recent happenings in and around wrestling.[powerpress]Show Segments0:30 - Andy has a 50 percent chance of buying a heifer for Thanksgiving2:00 - More discussion about analytics in wrestling4:15 - Some show preview stuff4:30 - Remembering the late Joe Seay5:20 - Kyle answers is own mailbag6:15 - Doug Schwab talking about kids weight cutting and the discussion around it17:20 - Doug Waggoner of Quant Wrestling on breaking down wrestling analytics34:15 - Recapping the analytics discussion40:00 - Chris Bono Interview1:16:32 - Show recapSubscribe to On The Mat and listen anytimeApple Podcasts | Stitcher Radio | Spreaker | Spotify | iHeartRadio | Google Podcasts | RSSSUPPORT THE SHOWIf you'd like to SUPPORT THE SHOW and all the on-demand audio offerings, free newsletters and historical research AND you want to get some of that cool Compound gear, you can support this program by making a small monthly contribution to the network by following this link..
Head coach Chris Bono was hired as the 16th head coach in UW history on March 24, 2018.Bono spent the last six seasons prior to being hired at Wisconsin as the head coach at South Dakota State, establishing the Jackrabbits as a national contender and a powerhouse in the Big 12, coaching three conference champions in the program's three years in the league.The Jackrabbits had their best season in the final year under Bono. Two-time All-American Seth Gross won the program's first national title at 133 pounds while the team placed 12th in the NCAA tournament, the highest finish of any Big 12 team.A four-time NCAA qualifier and three-time All-American for Iowa State, Bono ranks fifth in ISU history with 130 career wins and was the 150-pound NCAA champion as a junior. He went on to coach as an assistant at his alma mater for nine years and was named the National Wrestling Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year in 2002.In national and international competition, Bono is a two-time United States National Champion, took first at the World Cup in both 2002 and 2003 and is a three-time World Team member.