- Become a more explosive and dominant football player
- Properly warm up before a Hatch football workout
- Perform the key Olympic movements in his program
- Perform assistant movements to the Olympic lifts
- Reduce the risk of injury while lifting
with Gayle Hatch,
member in both the USA Weightlifting and USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Halls of Fame; Head Coach of the men's 2004 USA Olympic Weightlifting Team in Athens, Greece;
Architect of eight BCS National Championship football teams that use the Gayle Hatch Olympic based strength & conditioning program: Alabama (3x BCS Championships), LSU (2x), FSU (1x), Tennessee (1x), and Miami (1x).
Alabama and LSU were the top two football teams in the nation in 2012. What do they have in common? They both use the Gayle Hatch Olympic based strength & conditioning program.
Gayle Hatch was recently voted Weightlifting coach of the century. He has been involved in helping train six BCS National Championship teams, 1 AP National Championship team, 2 Division II National Championship team and numerous High School teams. In addition to his great work and amazing results with football teams he was the United States Olympic Weight lifting Head Coach in 2004 His credentials of mentoring Division I Head College Strength coaches is too long to list.
Coach Hatch uses a world class lifter in this video to demonstrate the Olympic lifts used in his program. This video takes you step-by-step in how to correctly perform Olympic Lifts that will benefit your football players and program. This Olympic lift program will help your players become more explosive and be prepared for the demands of the violent and explosive nature of football. It includes excellent demonstrations of the lift by a world-class lifter while Coach Hatch covers the correct technique in great detail. Movements such as the power clean, jerk and snatch are taught. In addition to the main Olympic lifts Coach Hatch includes assistant lifts and plyometrics that will help your football players. This video is a must for any coach in charge of training their football players to play at their highest level.
You will learn how implement a routine to teach your players how to get the most out of their body and become the best that they can be. As a bonus, Coach Hatch discusses his warm-up and supplemental lifts that add to the overall power of his ground based Olympic lifts.
Join the many coaches and programs that have implemented the Hatch system and won championships. If you don't, hope that you don't play somebody that is!
67 minutes. 2012.Football Videos