Event description

Community Battle is a single day on site team competition taking place in every Arca box on Saturday October 9th. Sign up to compete in your local gym alongsite your workout buddy of choice. All members of Arca can participate. Community Battle is an on site competition and you will be batteling it out on the floor against other participants for the local community battle title. Among the local winners we will find the overall winner in all of Arca.

General info

  • October 9th from 2 PM - 6 PM
  • Teams of 2 MM/FF/MF
  • Single day on site competition
  • For Arca members only
  • Individual and team workouts
  • Registration deadline: October 2nd at 12:00 PM

On competition day there will be two individual workouts and one team workout. The two individual workouts is distributed between the team members:

Individual workout A: person A 
Individual workout B: person B
Team workout: person A + person B

The individual workouts will be released at noon on October 2nd. Teams have 1 week prior to the competition to test the two workouts and decide who does workout A and who does workout B. The team workout will be released at 3.30 PM on competition day October 9th. 


Sign up to participate in your local Arca box

Score validation

Participants will assigned at random to judge other teams at the event. Movement standards must be followed and there will be a head judge present at each box.

RX and Scaled on the same leaderboard

For each workout there will be a RX version and a Scaled version. For each workout you choose to do the version that matches your skill level. 


The leaderboard will rank athletes based on the amount of points they score. The participant with the least amount of points wins. 1st place = 1 point, 2nd place = 2 points and so on. Scores in the different workout versions are prioritized: RX>Intermediate>Scaled. The lowest RX score - meeting the minimum work requirement - will be placed right above the best intermediate score on the leaderboard.

Minimum work requirement

There will be a minimum work requirement (MWR) for each RX version of a workout. If the MWR isn't met the score will be reduced du a scaled score. The intention of the MWR is to make sure that the participant who chooses a RX version of a workout is capable of performing all the excersises required.

We strongly encourage all participants to  choose the version that is best suited for his/her specific skill level. A better placement on the leaderboard should not be at the expense of a good experience and doing a good workout. The ability to meet the MWR doesn't necessarily mean that it's the right choice for a given participant, but it can help make the right decision between RX and scaled version.


There will be prizes for the overall winners and for the local winners in the respectable boxes.