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TEST 2 - Body Weight Endurance


RX/MASTERS

10min Ladder (for reps)
 

0-5min

1, 2, 3 etc.. Strict Pull Ups

with

2, 4, 6 etc.. Hand Release Push Ups
(+1 Pull Up / +2 Push Up per round)
 

into 
 

5-10min 
1, 2, 3 etc.. Kipping Pull Ups

with

1, 2, 3 etc.. Kipping Handstand Push Ups
(+1 Pull Up / +1 Push Up per round)

 

INTERMEDIATE

10min Ladder (for reps)
 

0-5min

1, 2, 3 etc.. Rack Chins with feet on 24” box

with

2, 4, 6 etc.. Hand Release Push Ups


into

5-10min 

1, 2, 3 etc.. Kipping Pull Ups

with

1, 2, 3.. etc Kipping Handstand Push Ups to ab mat

 

SCALED

10min Ladder (for reps)

0-5min

1, 2, 3 etc.. Ring rows

with

2, 4, 6 etc.. Hand Release Push Ups on knees

(+1 Pull Up / +2 Push Up per round)
 

into
 

5-10min

1, 2, 3 etc.. Ring rows

with

1, 2, 3 etc.. Regular Push Ups

(+1 Pull Up / +1 Push Up per round)

 

SCORE 
Score is max reps


STRICT PULL UP
During the strict pull up, the athlete's chin must break the horizontal plane of the bar.

The athlete may not use a kip of any kind to generate momentum.

Arms must be fully extended at the bottom.


HAND RELEASE PUSH UP
The Push Up begins at the top of the movement with the athlete in a plank position, with hips aligned with the shoulders and ankles, toes and hands on the ground and arms fully extended.

At the bottom of the movement, the athlete must touch the chest to the ground

During the descending and ascending phases of movement, the athlete must maintain the plank position and linear hip alignment.

The knees may not assist during any phase of the movement.

Chest must touch the ground at bottom of movement at which point hands come briefly off the ground.


KIPPING PULL UP
This is a standard pull up.
Kipping or butterfly pull ups are allowed, as long as all the requirements are met.
Arms must be fully extended at the bottom.
At the top, the chin must break the horizontal plane of the bar.


KIPPING HANDSTAND PUSH-UP
Hands must be within a box marked out on the floor that measures 36 inches wide and 24 inches deep.
The movement begins at the top of a handstand with the arms fully locked out, the heels on the wall.
At the bottom of each rep, the head touches the ground.
At the top of each rep, the arms return to fully locked out with the heels on the wall.


RACK CHINS
Be sure to watch the workout demonstration video

Athlete's set up a 24 inch box forward of the bar, positioned a legs length away.

At the top of the movement, the athlete's chin must breaks the horizontal plane of the bar.

At the top of the movement the athlete's legs must be parallel to the ground.

The athlete may not use a kip of any kind to generate momentum.

Arms must be fully extended at the bottom.


HAND RELEASE PUSH UP
The Push Up begins at the top of the movement with the athlete in a plank position, with hips aligned with the shoulders and ankles, toes and hands on the ground and arms fully extended.

At the bottom of the movement, the athlete must touch the chest to the ground

During the descending and ascending phases of movement, the athlete must maintain the plank position and linear hip alignment.

The knees may not assist during any phase of the movement.

Chest must touch the ground at bottom of movement at which point hands come briefly off the ground.

 

REGULAR PUSH UP
The Push Up begins at the top of the movement with the athlete in a plank position, with hips aligned with the shoulders and ankles, toes and hands on the ground and arms fully extended.

At the bottom of the movement, the athlete must touch the chest to the ground

During the descending and ascending phases of movement, the athlete must maintain the plank position and linear hip alignment.

The knees may not assist during any phase of the movement.
 

HAND RELEASE PUSH UP - KNEES
The Push Up begins at the top of the movement with the athlete in a kneeling plank position

Athlete must maintain a straight line from the top of the head to the knees

Chest must touch the ground at bottom of movement at which point hands come briefly off the ground

During the descending and ascending phases of movement, the athlete must maintain the plank position from knees.

SCORE SUBMISSION
April 28th at 10am AEST
 

VIDEO SUBMISSION
Athletes who expect to qualify for the Finals are required to record and submit videos into Competition corner