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Strength Focused Weightlifting Program

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  • 10-week strength focused program for intermediate and advanced Olympic weightlifters
  • Includes an ebook guide and video explaining how to follow the program
  • Allows for a flexible schedule – you choose the days you want to train
  • 5 sessions per week

Who is this program for? 

If your strength is lagging behind your Olympic lifts then this program is for you. 

The goal of this program is to improve your strength levels, particularly your squat, pulling and pressing numbers while maintaining your snatch and clean and jerk.

The goal is not to improve your Olympic lifts. The volume of Olympic lifts is very low. This program has the bare minimum amount of Olympic lifts, however the frequency is still high which is key to maintaining technique.

You will not improve your snatch and clean and jerk on this program, you will however increase your potential to lift more because of the increased strength levels.

At the end of this program you should have maintained your snatch and clean and jerk numbers and increased your back squat, front squat, strict press, push press and pulling numbers. 

This program is only for weightlifters who can perform the snatch and clean and jerk consistently without big technical errors (typically 1+ years of experience).

How this works:

Once you purchase, you will be able to download the 10-week program which includes an excel file/google sheet and a video explaining the program and how to follow it.


You should always consult your physician or other healthcare provider before changing your diet or starting an exercise program. By purchasing this you understand that there is a risk of injury associated with participating and using this program. By purchasing this program you will assume full responsibility for any and all injuries, losses and damages that you incur while following this program. By purchasing this program you waive all claims against Clarence Kennedy for any and all injuries, claims or damages that you might incur. Follow at your own risk.

You will get a TXT (493B) file