Weightlifting 2.0


Sika Strength Weightlifting 2.0 is the newest offering for our weightlifting athletes. Leading on from our original weightlifting blocks, the Weightlifting 2.0 program has updated progression scales, technical work and accessory pieces, all while maintaining the tried and tested methods of Sika Strength. If you want to improve your Snatch and Clean & Jerk, then look no further.

Sika Strength Weightlifting 2.0 is available to buy in it’s full form (12 weeks, 4 sessions per week), and in 50% blocks (Weeks 1 to 6, and Weeks 7 to 12).

Sika Strength Weightlifting 2.0 is a full cycle of training. So you will peak for maximum lifts on Week 12 of the program. If you are peaking for competition, you should start this program 13 weeks out, with your final week of training being a taper week.

Please only use recent max lift inputs, historical max lift numbers are not important, and your inputs should be reflective of your current abilities on Day 1 of the program.

Future Blocks will be released early in 2023.


How do I get my program?

Once you have purchased your program and entered your information you will be emailed your program in PDF form. You will recieve this email within 12 hours of your purchase.

Is there coaching included?

Anyone running one of our programs can join our Facebook coaching group. This group allows you to submit videos and questions for feedback twice a week, all of these are answered in video form by Eoin and Daire.

What do I do once I have finished my program?

Once you finish off tour block of training, you can email us with your new PB's and we will send you out an updated program for free. If you are running one of our continuous block programs, you should move onto the next block in the series.

Are the programs customised to my needs?

Each program will be tailored to your particular PB numbers, to ensure you are hitting appropriate weights at the correct point in the program.

Are the programs suitable for all levels of Athlete?

All athletes will be able to effectively run our programs, although, for beginners we would recommend running the beginner training block prior to proceeding.

What style of programming do these programs follow?

All of our programs follow a linear progression model, and overall we tend to recommend block periodisation for most of our long term programs.