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WheelWOD Strong - Strongest Adaptive Athlete

Workout

CrossFit Total

Please weigh yourself on a scale on camera for your crossfit total start

Sum of the Best of Each Lift

Back Squat
Push Press
Deadlift

Athlete gets 3 attempts at each lift. Weight must increase after each successful attempt at each movement. Weight may not be decreased after first attempt. A failed rep counts as an attempt.

3 attempts at each lift in each 4-minute window.

Athletes will have a 4-minute window to perform each lift. 3 min max rest between each 4 minute window. Within that window the athlete may make up to 3 attempts. The athlete’s score will be the combined total of his or her heaviest successful lift at each station. 

Score

The soring will be pounds totalled of heaviest of each lift.

Athletes with Single point of contact ( no strap only 1 point of contact on the barbell) Will multiply the final lift by 25% only the lifts with 1 point of contact. If you scored 150lbs on your push press you would then add 37.5 and your score would be 187.5.

Sinclair Scores will be calculated byt the judging crew after submission. In the tie breaker you will put weight & age.

Example:

1 RM Back Squat 200lbs 
1 RM Deadlift 250lbs
1 RM Push Press 140lbs

Score to enter for CFT = 590lbs

Time cap: 21 minutes total includes rest

 

Workout Standards

Athletes will have a 4-minute window to perform each lift. Within that window the athlete may make up to 3 attempts. The athlete’s score will be the combined total of his or her heaviest successful lift at each station. Athlete may rest 3 minutes between each 4 minute window.

Score will be total pounds totalled of heaviest of each lift.

Deadlift

This is a traditional Deadlift with the hands outside the knees. Sumo Deadlifts are not allowed. Starting at the floor, the barbell is lifted until the hips and knees reach full extension with the head and shoulders behind the bar. The arms must be straight throughout the lift.

Back Squat

The bar may be pulled from a Rack
In the back squat, the barbell must be held behind the neck on the athlete’s shoulders or back. At the bottom of the squat, the crease of the hips must pass below the height of the kneecap. At the top, the knees and hips must be completely open with the barbell in control.

 

Push Press

Position a standard weightlifting bar at chest level in a squat or power rack 
Load barbell evenly on both sides and secure weights with collars. Position the feet flat on the floor.
The head, shoulders, and upper back should be erect.

The bar must travel from the front rack position on the shoulders to a locked out overhead position with elbows, knees and hips fully extended and feet in line with each other. Bend the knees and hips to reach a quarter squat, and without pausing at the bottom of the dip, forcefully extend the hips and knees. The athlete may not re-dip or jerk the bar.

Single Arm Athletes may use a Dubmbell or a Barbell

Score & Video

All Lifts must be on one video and neither lift can be done more then 3 times and no longer then a 4 minute window. Rest between movements is max 3 minutes. Full workout must remain on camera and weights must be shown at completion of each 3RM.

Athlete must be in full frame for each lift to be considered acceptable

Support

If you have any questions about the workouts and standards, please contact the event organizer, CHRISTOPHER STOUTENBURGstouty@indestri.com

If you have questions about submitting your score visit the Help Center on how to submit online scores here