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Default Gayle Hatch on the “Hatch System”

Gayle Hatch’s contributions to Olympic-style weightlifting and strength training are quite considerable. He has been active as a weightlifting and strength & conditioning coach for more than thirty-five years. Among Hatch’s many accomplishments are memberships in both the USA Weightlifting and USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Halls of Fame and he served as Head Coach of the men’s 2004 USA Olympic Weightlifting. Hatch’s club, the Gayle Hatch Weightlifting Team, has a tradition rich program that has won 53 USA Men’s Weightlifting National Championships. Coach Hatch has also had athletes make three United States Olympic Teams, and 12 World Teams. He has had more than 50 athletes selected to other U.S. international teams. Coach Hatch is considered one of the pioneers of Olympic-style strength training in this country. He is the inventor of the “Hatch System” and his philosophies have been utilized in recent years by strength coaches at LSU, Alabama, Florida State, Miami, USC and Tennessee. These football teams won a total of 8 BCS National championships. Appalachian State won two Division 1AA Football National Championships using the Hatch System.



In this episode we discuss:

His journey into Strength and Conditioning.
The growth of the profession and how it has changed in his 35 years in it.
The “Hatch System”.
The importance of getting your athletes to buy into a system.
Common mistakes he sees Strength Coaches make in teaching the Olympic lifts.
His teaching protocol for the Clean.
Where he goes for his continued education.
How we can encourage our former athletes to look into continuing to compete in the Olympic lifts.

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RAW Goals(Current)
Squat: 500(385)
Dead: 500(475)
Bench: 330(295)
Total: 1155lbs
Equipped Goals(Current)
Squat: 500(405)
Dead Lift:500(475)
Bench:330(295)
Total:1175
Oly Lifting
Snatch: 225(175)
CJ: 315(225)
Total: 400

BW: 250lbs

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