Well to be honest it's not a "program" that I would recommend since the sole purpose was to turn in a great performance on one lift. For someone wanting to build muscle all-around it is not a good option obviously.
And really there was no real plan. I just went in and pulled! Normally I ramped up to a max on snatch-grip high pull from blocks. Then continued to ramp up even though the bar would only go up to lower sternum/mid-abdomen just to get used to exploding with heavier weights. Then I switched to clean low pulls (trying to go through my navel) continuing to ramp to a max.
If I didn't feel strong that day, instead of doing :
SGHP to 1RM
SG mid-pull to 1RM
CG pull to 1RM
I would ramp up to a 1RM for that day on snatch-grip high pull from blocks (which would be lower than usual) then do 3-5 sets of 3 reps from the hang with 70-80%.
This was not to gain muscle mass it was only to make one specific lift very strong. It works in the short run, but cannot be sustain over the long run.