Battle for the Bell VIII: End Bell

Onsite Competition for Teams

Event description

Battle for the Bell 8: End Bell will be held on Saturday October 19th. Teams of will be competing in either the Big Bell or Little Bell division for the right to take home one of the Golden Demonbells for the next year. 

Team check-ins will begin at 8:00 a.m. with standards for the first workout being reviewed at 8:45, the first heat will start promptly at 9:00 a.m.

The competition will be a 4 person team format. Teams will be co-ed with 2 men & 2 women making up the 4. The event is limited to 32 teams total between the two divisions - Big Bell & Little Bell. 

Event registration includes an event shirt for all team members, event description/judging packet, link to event scoreboard as well as food tickets for a post-workout meal for all Athletes and Judges. 

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 1 - WINTER SOLDIER

AMRAP Relay 
   • 9 Calorie Row
   • 8 Burpees to a Plate
   • 16 Kettlebell Snatch (8 per arm)

Team Format: M/F/M/F ... or ... F/M/F/M (entire team works together)

Total Time: 11:00

Description: 
Workout is a team AMRAP / Relay, the team will choose how they rotate through athletes but must alternate between the men and women.

Each team will be given a lane that contains a rower, a plate for the burpees, and two kettlebells (men’s & women’s weight).

The 1st athlete will start on the rower and complete their row, they will then move down the line to complete their 8 Burpees to a Plate, and then 16 Kettlebell Snatch. After they have completed a full round the next teammate begins their row.

Teams continue to rotate through as many times as possible in the allotted time


Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (score gets entered twice)


1A) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team
1B) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team

Big Bell:
Plate Burpees are to a 45# Plate
24/16 kg Kettlebell

Little Bell:
Plate Burpees are to a 45#
16/12 kg Kettlebell 

Movement Standards:

Row (Calories) – each athlete is responsible for making sure their rower is set to calories and that the monitor has been reset before starting their row.

Burpee to a Plate - each rep begins with the athlete standing tall, athlete must perform burpee (chest to deck) and then jump and land with both feet on the plate. Rep counts when both feet make contact with the plate. Athlete does not need to open hips / stand all the way up.

Kettlebell Snatch - similar to a kettlebell swing, the athlete will need to stand up all the way, from there they will snatch the kettlebell overhead, rep counts when it is fully locked out overhead (arm, hips, knees).

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 1 - WINTER SOLDIER

AMRAP Relay 
   • 9 Calorie Row
   • 8 Burpees to a Plate
   • 16 Kettlebell Snatch (8 per arm)

Team Format: M/F/M/F ... or ... F/M/F/M (entire team works together)

Total Time: 11:00

Description: 
Workout is a team AMRAP / Relay, the team will choose how they rotate through athletes but must alternate between the men and women.

Each team will be given a lane that contains a rower, a plate for the burpees, and two kettlebells (men’s & women’s weight).

The 1st athlete will start on the rower and complete their row, they will then move down the line to complete their 8 Burpees to a Plate, and then 16 Kettlebell Snatch. After they have completed a full round the next teammate begins their row.

Teams continue to rotate through as many times as possible in the allotted time.


Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (score gets entered twice)
1A) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team
1B) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team

Big Bell:
Plate Burpees are to a 45# Plate
24/16 kg Kettlebell

Little Bell:
Plate Burpees are to a 45# Plate
16/12 kg Kettlebell

Movement Standards:

Row (Calories) – each athlete is responsible for making sure their rower is set to calories and that the monitor has been reset before starting their row.

Burpee to a Plate - each rep begins with the athlete standing tall, athlete must perform burpee (chest to deck) and then jump and land with both feet on the plate. Rep counts when both feet make contact with the plate. Athlete does not need to open hips / stand all the way up.

Kettlebell Snatch - similar to a kettlebell swing, athlete will need to stand up all the way, from there they will snatch the kettlebell overhead, rep counts when it is fully locked out overhead (arm, hips, knees).

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 2 - RAGNAROK

11 Minute AMRAP Relay:
   • 7 Box Jump Overs
   • 16 Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead (8 per arm)
   • 8 Wall Ball 
   • 8 Handstand Push-ups (BB) / Hand Release Push-ups (LB)

Team Format:  M/M | F/F ... or ... F/F | M/M (entire team works together)

Total Time: 11:00

Description:
Workout is a team AMRAP / Relay, the team will choose how they rotate through athletes, for this workout the men & women will be working as two separate pairs.

Each team will be given a lane that contains one box, two dumbbells (men’s & women’s), two wall balls (men’s & women's), as well as handstand (or hand release) push-up station.

The team will choose if the men or women are starting the workout.

For the pair that begins, Athlete 1 will perform their 7 Box Jump Overs, Athlete 2 will then complete their Box Jump Overs. Athlete 1 will then move onto the Dumbbell and complete 16 DB Shoulder to Overhead (8 per arm). Athlete 2 will then complete their 16 reps. The pair will work down the lane together through the Handstand / Hand-Release push-ups. Once they have completed a full round they the next pair begins working down the lane.

After both pairs complete a full round the teams work back up the lane...beginning with the handstand push-ups and ending on the box jump overs.

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (score gets entered twice)
2A) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team
2B) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team

Big Bell:
• 24/20" Box
• 60/40 lb Dumbbell
• 25/16 lb Wall Ball
• Handstand Push-ups

Little Bell:
• 24/20" Box - Step-ups are permitted
• 40/25 lb Dumbbell
• 20/14 lb Wall Ball
• Hand Release Push-ups

Movement Standards:

Box Jump Overs – take off for jump must be with both feet, both feet must touch the top of the box, before jumping or stepping down to the opposite side. Hips do not need to be open on top of the box.
      • Step-ups are permitted in Little Bell Division

Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead - each rep begins with the dumbbell making contact with the athlete’s shoulder and finishes with the dumbbell locked out overhead. Dumbbell can be presses, push-pressed, or jerked….if jerked the athlete must bring feet together and stand up all the way to complete the rep.

Dumbbell Waiter Lunge – prior to starting the lunges the athlete must have the dumbbell in an overhead locked out position with whatever arm they are choosing to start with. Athlete must lunge down the floor (16') while holding the dumbbell overhead and having their back knee kiss the ground between each rep. Both feet must start behind the designated line and finish with both heels clearly over the line.

Handstand Push-ups (Big Bell) – each team will be given a handstand push-up station with a set of bumper plates (35 lbs) to mark the hand positions and an abmat for the head in the middle. At the start of each rep the athlete must kick-up to the wall and show control at the top of the handstand before starting their rep...kicking up to a headstand or resting on the head and starting from their is not permitted. After showing control at the top the athlete must lower themselves down making contact with their head to the AbMat before pressing or kipping out of the bottom.

Hand Release Push-ups (Little Bell) – each team will be given a designated area to complete their hand release push-ups. Each rep starts with the athlete locked out in the top of a plank hold. From there the athlete lowers their chest to the ground, releases / picks up their hands with their chest to the deck before pressing out to finish the movement with their arms locked out at the top of a plank.

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 2 - RAGNAROK

11 Minute AMRAP Relay:
   • 7 Box Jump Overs
   • 16 Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead (8 per arm)
   • 8 Wall Ball
   • 8 Handstand Push-ups (BB) / Hand Release Push-ups (LB)

Team Format:  M/M | F/F ... or ... F/F | M/M (entire team works together)

Total Time: 11:00

Description:
Workout is a team AMRAP / Relay, the team will choose how they rotate through athletes, for this workout the men & women will be working as two separate pairs.

Each team will be given a lane that contains one box, two dumbbells (men’s & women’s), two wall balls (men’s & women's), as well as handstand (or hand release) push-up station. 

The team will choose if the men or women are starting the workout.

For the pair that begins, Athlete 1 will perform their 7 Box Jump Overs, Athlete 2 will then complete their Box Jump Overs. Athlete 1 will then move onto the Dumbbell and complete 16 DB Shoulder to Overhead (8 per arm). Athlete 2 will then complete their 16 reps. The pair will work down the lane together through the Handstand / Hand-Release push-ups. Once they have completed a full round they the next pair begins working down the lane. 

After both pairs complete a full round the teams work back up the lane...beginning with the handstand push-ups and ending on the box jump overs.

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (score gets entered twice)
2A) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team
2B) Total Rounds & Reps completed by the team

Big Bell:
• 24/20" Box
• 60/40 lb Dumbbell
• 25/16 lb Wall Ball
• Handstand Push-ups

Little Bell:
• 24/20" Box: Step-ups are permitted
• 40/25 lb Dumbbell
• 20/14 lb Wall Ball
• Hand Release Push-ups

Movement Standards:

Box Jump Overs – take off for jump must be with both feet, both feet must touch the top of the box, before jumping or stepping down to the opposite side. Hips do not need to be open on top of the box.
      • Step-ups are permitted in Little Bell Division

Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead - each rep begins with the dumbbell making contact with the athlete’s shoulder and finishes with the dumbbell locked out overhead. Dumbbell can be presses, push-pressed, or jerked….if jerked the athlete must bring feet together and stand up all the way to complete the rep.

Handstand Push-ups (Big Bell) – each team will be given a handstand push-up station with a set of bumper plates (35 lbs) to mark the hand positions and an abmat for the head in the middle. At the start of each rep the athlete must kick-up to the wall and show control at the top of the handstand before starting their rep...kicking up to a headstand or resting on the head and starting from their is not permitted. After showing control at the top the athlete must lower themselves down making contact with their head to the AbMat before pressing or kipping out of the bottom.

Hand Release Push-ups (Little Bell) – each team will be given a designated area to complete their hand release push-ups. Each rep starts with the athlete locked out in the top of a plank hold. From there the athlete lowers their chest to the ground, releases / picks up their hands with their chest to the deck before pressing out to finish the movement with their arms locked out at the top of a plank.

Scoring: For Weight: Heavier is Better

EVENT 3 - STORMBREAKER

As Heavy as Possible:
   • 4 Front Squats
   • 4 Hang Cleans (squat or power)

Team Format: M/M | F/F ... or ... F/F | M/M

Total Time: 13:00 ... 6:00 per pair with a 1:00 transition

Description:
Each team will have 1 station with 2 barbells (45/35) and a stack of weights (45/35/25/15/10/5/2.5 – 275 total pounds, 320 with 45# bar, 310 with 35# bar). Teams choose whether the men or the women start the workout, from there the 1st pair will have 6 minutes for each partner to set a max clean complex. Only the working partners are allowed to change weights. Bars are allowed to be loaded during the transition time but must be empty at the start of the workout.

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (Men's weight & Women's Weight)
3A) Total Weight Lifted by Men
3B) Total Weight Lifted by Women

Big Bell:
Scores are ranked against Big Bell Division

Little Bell:
Scores are ranked against Little Bell Division

Movement Standards:

Hang Clean - starting at the finish of the deadlift (top of the hang position), the athlete must clean the bar up to their shoulder and stand up fully with the bar. A 'low' hang clean is permitted as long as the bar does not pass below the knees during the dip / pull. Either hang squat cleans or hang power cleans are permitted.

Front Squat - each repetition starts with the barbell on the ground and finishes when the athlete is standing tall with their knees & hips locked out and their shoulders behind the bar. Bouncing the bar between reps is not permitted.

Scoring: For Weight: Heavier is Better

EVENT 3 - STORMBREAKER

Max Barbell Complex
   • 4 Front Squats
   • 4 Hang Cleans (squat or power)

Team Format: M/M | F/F ... or ... F/F | M/M

Total Time: 13:00 ... 6:00 per pair with a 1:00 transition

Description:
Each team will have 1 station with 2 barbells (45/35) and a stack of weights (45/35/25/15/10/5/2.5 – 275 total pounds, 320 with 45# bar, 310 with 35# bar). Teams choose whether the men or the women start the workout, from there the 1st pair will have 6 minutes for each partner to set a max clean complex. Only the working partners are allowed to change weights. Bars are allowed to be loaded during the transition time but must be empty at the start of the workout.

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points (Men's weight & Women's Weight)
3A) Total Weight Lifted by Men
3B) Total Weight Lifted by Women

Big Bell:
Scores are ranked against Big Bell Division

Little Bell:
Scores are ranked against Little Bell Division

Movement Standards:

Hang Clean - starting at the finish of the deadlift (top of the hang position), the athlete must clean the bar up to their shoulder and stand up fully with the bar. A 'low' hang clean is permitted as long as the bar does not pass below the knees during the dip / pull. Either hang squat cleans or hang power cleans are permitted.

Deadlift - each repetition starts with the barbell on the ground and finishes when the athlete is standing tall with their knees & hips locked out and their shoulders behind the bar. Bouncing the bar between reps is not permitted.

Front Squat - each repetition begins with the athlete standing all the way up. From there the athlete must pass through the bottom of the squat (crease of hip below top of knee) and stand up fully with the bar. A squat clean between the last hang clean & first front squat does not count

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 4 - INFINITY WAR

Synchronized Ascending Ladder
   • 4 Synchronized Toes to Bar (BB) / Sit-ups (LB)
   • 4 Synchronized Deadlifts
      +2 Reps each completed round

Team Format: M/F | M/F (co-ed pairs)
Total Time: 12:30 Minutes Overall - 6:00 Per Pair with a 0:30 Transition

Description:
Each team will have 1 station with a men's and women's barbell as well as a toe to bar station (Big Bell) or a sit-up station (Little Bell). At the start of the workout the 1st pair begins their ladder. This workout is 'synchronized' and both partners must be moving together the entire time.

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points 
4A) Total Reps completed by Team
4B) Total Reps completed by Team

Big Bell:
• Deadlifts = 255/170 lbs
• Toes to Bar

Little Bell:
• Deadlifts = 185/125 lbs
• Sit-ups

Movement Standards:

Deadlifts – bar starts on the ground, each rep finishes when the athlete is standing tall with their shoulders behind the bar and hips / knees locked out. A mixed grip is permitted, ‘bouncing’ the bar off the ground is not.

Toes to Bar – rep starts with athlete hanging from pull-up bar (arms locked out), athlete must bring their feet up to the pull-up bar making contact with some portion of their shoes. Both feet must make contact with the bar in between the athlete’s hands.

Sit-ups – each team is given one abmat, athlete must sit back and touch the ground with both hands (above their shoulders) before sitting up and touching the ground by their feet, athlete must sit-up to 90 degrees.

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 4 - INFINITY WAR

Synchronized Ascending Ladder
   • 4 Deadlifts
   • 4 Toes to Bar (BB) / Sit-ups (LB)
      +2 Reps each completed round

Team Format: M/F | M/F (co-ed pairs)

Total Time: 12:30 Minutes Overall - 6:00 Per Pair with a 0:30 Transition

Description:
Each team will have 1 station with a men's and women's barbell as well as a toe to bar station (Big Bell) or a sit-up station (Little Bell). At the start of the workout the 1st pair begins their ladder. This workout is 'synchronized' and both partners must be moving together the entire time.  

Score: Workout is worth a potential 2 Points 
4A) Total Reps completed by Team
4B) Total Reps completed by Team

Big Bell:
• Deadlifts = 255/170 lbs
• Toes to Bar

Little Bell:
• Deadlifts = 185/125 lbs
• Sit-ups

Movement Standards:

Deadlifts – bar starts on the ground, each rep finishes when the athlete is standing tall with their shoulders behind the bar and hips / knees locked out. A mixed grip is permitted, ‘bouncing’ the bar off the ground is not.

Toes to Bar – rep starts with athlete hanging from pull-up bar (arms locked out), athlete must bring their feet up to the pull-up bar making contact with some portion of their shoes. Both feet must make contact with the bar in between the athlete’s hands.

Sit-ups – each team is given one abmat, athlete must sit back and touch the ground with both hands (above their shoulders) before sitting up and touching the ground by their feet, athlete must sit-up to 90 degrees.

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.1A - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.1B - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.2A - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.2B - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.3A - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted

Scoring: For Repetitions: More is Better

EVENT 5.3B - END GAME

1 Minute at Each Station - 15 Second Transition
Each Teammate
   • 5.1 = Max Calorie Bike
   • 5.2 = Max Bar Muscle-ups (BB)/ Rope Climbs (LB)
   • 5.3 = Max Snatch

Team Format: Any order, once rotation is set the teams keep that rotation for 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3

Total Time: 19:45 Total    

Description: 
At the start of the workout the first teammate will have 1 Minute to perform a max Calorie Bike.


After the 1 minute there is a 15 second transition before beginning the next station. After the 1 minute of bar muscle-ups / rope climbs there is a 15 second transition before finishing with 1 minute of snatches.


After the 1st Athlete has completed all stations the next athlete begins 15 seconds after the 1st Athlete has finished.


The teams rotate through until all 4 athletes have completed the station.


SCORE: WORKOUT IS WORTH A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS
5.1A) Total Calories completed by Men
5.1B) Total Calories completed by Women
5.2A) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Men
5.2B) Total BMU / Rope Climbs completed by Women
5.3A) Total Snatches completed by Men
5.3B) Total Snatches completed by Women

Big Bell:
Bar Muscle-ups
Snatch: 115/75 lb 

Little Bell:
Rope Climbs
Snatch: 75/55 lbs

Movement Standards:

Bike (Calories) – each team will have 1 bike per team. The bike monitor will count the calories. Teams will have a chance to adjust the bike seat before the workout starts and after the teammate before them has completed their calories. 

Bar Muscle-ups (Big Bell) – starting from a full hang on the pull-up bar the athlete must pull themselves over the bar and finish with their arms locked out at the top of a dip. Each team will be given one box to help shorter athletes reach the bar.

Rope Climbs (Little Bell) – athletes start standing on the ground and must climb the rope (15' ht) hitting the bell at the top. Athletes are allowed to jump up to the rope. A rep is complete once the Athlete has hit the bell, Athletes must show control on the way down the rope.

Snatch – bar starts on the ground, the athlete must pull the bar from the ground to an overhead lockout position in 1 fluid movement. The rep is completed when the athlete is standing with the bar locked out overhead with their hips, knees, and arms locked out. Either a squat snatch or power snatch is permitted