Bob Takano

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All Articles By Bob Takano

Many athletes rely on their defaults of mobility, speed, and power to get the job done. Instead, cultivate balanced technique in all your athletes.
Misconceptions can guide athletes to make poor training choices. Don't let this happen to your clients.
From setting goals to managing your lifters at competitions, there are some guidelines to keep in mind as a coach.
I’ve identified a problem many beginners have with learning the snatch, and I hope it will help other coaches, too.
You can learn anything in the world at the click of a mouse, but weightlifting should not be one of those things.
The overhead press is starting to regain popularity for a good reason - it is the perfect way to build upper body stability and strength.
Find out what percentage of zone lifts provide the best conditioning for your goals.
Tangible numbers are not the only indicators of progress and you, as a coach, need to know why.
The physics of size and strength can help you determine your most competitive weight class.
If you are running a club or program, technical and anatomical diagnosis should be your first step.
Training a new weightlifter should involve the development of baseline athleticism.
Only those who have undergone the competitive experience can efficiently master the role of a coach.