10 Week Squat Program (NEW!)


  • 10-week squat program for anyone except pure beginners
  • 5 sessions per week
  • Max out on back squat and front squat at the end
  • Includes a video explaining the program and how to follow it


This 10-week squat program can be done by novice, intermediate and advanced level lifters. You should have at least 6 months of experience lifting and have done a beginner program like starting strength in the past. This program is not for pure beginners.

Each week of the program consists of 5 sessions.

How this works: 

Once you purchase, you will be able to download the 10-week program which includes an excel file/google sheet.

>>>>The program file will be sent to your email. It may take a few minutes to receive the email. If you have problems with the purchase please contact me: ”clarencekennedy@gmail.com” and I’ll sort it out. <<<<

What does this program consist of?

There are 3 parts to the program: 1) Hypertrophy, 2) Strength, and 3) Peaking.

High volume phase: the goal of this phase is on building muscle mass to increase your potential for gaining squat strength.
Strength phase: the goal of this phase is about gaining general strength. The volume will decrease from the first phase but the intensity will increase.
Peaking phase: This is where you work with high intensities where the focus is on testing your squat strength.

Along with loads of squats (of course), there’s plenty of accessories to aid your squat and prevent injuries.


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.