Guts & Glutes Competition Fundraiser

Onsite Competition for Teams

Event description


This is the 1st Annual Guts & Glutes Competition Fundraiser!!

Over 5 million people worldwide, including 250,000 Canadians, are living with a form of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). These individuals must cope with symptoms, such as abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, gas, frequent and urgent bowel movements, fatigue, and loss of appetite, internal bleeding, and unintended weight loss. 

There is no known cure for IBD... YET!

This competition is to raise awareness about inflammatory bowel disease, and raise funds to go towards education programs, support programs and research. All proceeds from this event will be going to Crohn's and Colitis Canada!

For more info on Crohn's and Colitis, please visit:


Information About the Competition:

- Teams of 3 (MIXED GENDER)

- Parking is available in the parking lot and on the street

- No refunds, but team exchanges are allowed if individuals are no longer able to compete in the event



  • Your amazing team of 3, and your supportive friends and family!
  • Water bottle
  • Water
  • Food
  • Sunscreen
  • Any equipment you may want to use (shoes, belt, wraps, skipping rope, etc.)


Movement Standards/Max Weights:


  • Double-unders
  • Pull-ups
  • Push-ups
  • Toes-to-bar
  • Rope climb
  • Box jumps
  • Hand stand push-ups (**new standards**)



  • Single-unders
  • Ring rows
  • Knee raises
  • Box step-ups


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If you are interested in volunteering, please send a facebook message or email to

Thank you in advance! :)

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

Answer as many of the questions given in your Crohn's and Colitis quiz throughout the day.

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better | Time Cap: 20 | Tiebreaker: Time


150 Pull-ups (Scaled: ring rows)

150 Box-jumps (Scaled: box step-ups allowed)

150 Dumbbell snatches (Rx’ed: 50/35, Scaled: 35/20)

Row 1500m


and then



50 Ab mat sit-ups


20 minute time cap

Scoring: For Time: Fastest is Better

For time:

21-15-9 of:

  1. Wall balls (Rx'ed: 20lb to 10ft target/14lb to 9 ft target and 20lb to 9 ft target/10lb to 9 ft target)
  2. Handstand pushups (Yes, the current open standard and Scaled: hand release push-ups)
  3. Deadlifts (Rx'ed: 225/155 and Scaled: 155/105)


This workout can be confusing at first glance, so let us clarify! The movements will be shared between the 3 teammates, but the sets cannot be broken up. All 3 teammates must have done all 3 movements by the end of the workout as well. It will look something like this:


21 Wallballs - teammate 1

21 Handstand pushups - teammate 2

21 Deadlifts - teammate 3


15 Wallballs - teammate 2

15 Handstand pushups - teammate 3

15 Deadlifts - teammate 1


9 Wallballs - teammate 3

9 Handstand pushups - teammate 1

9 Deadlifts - teammate 2

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

Accumulate as many double-unders  (Scaled: single unders) as possible in 5 MINUTES


*Only one team member working at a time

*Other 2 team members are hanging from a bar.

*Rotate as necessary

Scoring: For Weight: Heavier is Better

Following WOD #3A:

Rest for 1 minute


Each teammate has 2 minutes to find their max clean & jerk


*Clock runs for 6 minutes; one team member working at a time. Switch at each 2-minute interval