“Where there is great love there are always miracles.”
I keep an eye out this time of year as the college football coaching community goes through the initial phase of its annual “shaking out” pangs; I’m not much for the Biggest Looser, or Survivor, but the college coaching merry-go-’round does hold a certain interest for me. Odd, I know. Now, unless you happen to be a die-hard Florida State fan, this hire, I’m sure, went completely unnoticed by you. I’ll just say two quick things about this – watch out for FSU in the next few years. And SMU, how could y’all let this guy get away?
In keeping with the How Strong is Strong Enough theme that we covered here and here, check out this post on FSU’s hiring away of S & C coach Vic Viloria from SMU. Coach Vic is definitely a believer in the notion that sports (in this case, football) is all about the transfer and absorption of power. He’s my kind of guy – a Gayle Hatch disciple. Check out the post and watch the short video clip near the bottom. Try not to wince at the “weight room footage” though, 95% of which is decidedly not Hatch (or Vic)-like. I’m sure coach Vic blew a gasket when he saw the footage his interview was pasted over. Anyway, two thumbs-up here for coach Vic’s methods and the Hatch system in general. Good stuff.
Are there any books out on the Hatch System?
I’m a big Canes fan and Tommy Moffit used to be the strength coach in the early 2000s.
Id love to read up on the program
Not sure about printed material, but there is this: http://www.gaylehatch.com/