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WheelWOD 2018 Open

Workout

Standing Divisions: Upper / Lower:

WHEELWOD OPEN 18.4

SAA = Single Arm Athletes - uses 1 arm (same arm) only the entire workout. This means no strap is used on impaired limb for any lifts.

SLA = Single Leg Athletes - Athlete has above knee amputation or fused knee, includes double above knee amputations

Lower RX 

For Time:

9 Minute Cap

21-15-9

Deadlift 

HSPU

Men's Weight - 225 pounds 

(SLA - 185 pounds)

Women's Weight - 155 pounds

(SLA - 135 pounds)

then

21-15-9

Deadlift 

50 foot HS Walk

Men's  DL weight - 275 pounds

(SLA - 235 pounds)

Women's  DL weight - 185 pounds

(SLA - 155 pounds)

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NOTE:

All LOWER ATHLETES MAY LIFT FROM 4-INCH PLATFORMS

 

Lower Scaled

For Time:

9 Minute Cap

21-15-9

Deadlift 

Hand Release Push-up

Men's Weight - 135 pounds 

(SLA - 105 pounds)

Women's Weight - 95 pounds

(SLA - 75 pounds)

then

21-15-9

Deadlift 

50 Bear Crawl

Men's  DL weight - 185 pounds

(SLA - 155 pounds)

Women's  DL weight - 135 pounds

(SLA - 115 pounds)

.

NOTE:

All LOWER ATHLETES MAY LIFT FROM 4-INCH PLATFORMS

 

Upper RX 

For Time:

9 Minute Cap

21-15-9

Deadlift 

1 Arm Dumbbell Push Press

Men's DL Weight - 225 pounds 

(SAA - 185 pounds)

Men's Db Weight - 50 pounds

Women's Weight - 155 pounds

(SAA - 135 pounds)

Women's Db Weight - 35 pounds

then

21-15-9

Deadlift 

50 foot 1 Arm Overhead Dumbbell Carry

Men's  DL weight - 275 pounds

(SAA - 235 pounds)

OH Dumbbell Carry 50 pounds

 

Women's  DL weight - 185 pounds

(SAA - 155 pounds)

OH Dumbell Carry 35 pounds

 

Upper Scaled

For Time:

9 Minute Cap

21-15-9

Deadlift 

Dumbbell Push Press

Men's Weight - 135 pounds 

(SAA - 105 pounds)

Men's Db Weight - 35 pounds

 

Women's Weight - 95 pounds

(SAA - 75 pounds)

Women's Db Weight - 20 pounds

 

then

 

21-15-9

Deadlift 

50 foot 1 Arm Overhead Dumbbell Carry

Men's  DL weight - 185 pounds

(SAA - 155 pounds)

OH Dumbbell Carry 35 pounds

 

Women's  DL weight - 135 pounds

(SAA - 115 pounds)

OH Dumbbell Carry 20 pounds

 

Workout Standards

The Workout Breakdown:

Prior to starting this workout, the Lower athletes will need to mark a foot line on the wall for the handstand push-ups (details in Movement Standards section).

Both divisions will need to measure and mark lengths on the floor for the handstand/OH Dumbbell carry walk. This workout begins with the barbell on the floor and the athlete standing tall. After the call of “3, 2, 1 … go,” the athlete may perform 21 deadlifts, then move to the wall for the 21 handstand push-ups/push press. He or she will then complete 15 deadlifts and 15 handstand push up/ push press, then 9 deadlifts and 9 handstand push-ups/push press. The athlete then can move on to the heavier deadlifts to complete 21 deadlifts, a 50-ft. handstand walk/OH Db Carry, 15 deadlifts, another 50-ft. handstand walk/OH DbC, and finally, 9 deadlifts and a third 50-ft. handstand walk/OH DbC.

SCORING:

The athlete’s score will be the time it takes to complete the workout or the total time (9 minutes) plus one second for every repetition remaining.

Example If you complete 158 of the 165 reps your score would be 9 minutes + 7 seconds = 9:07  

NOTE: Each 5-foot section will count as 1 rep.

 

MOVEMENT STANDARDS:

The Dead Lift

This is a traditional deadlift with the hands outside the knees. Sumo deadlifts are not allowed. 

Starting with the barbell on the floor, the athlete lifts the bar until the hips and knees reach full extension, and the head and shoulders are behind the bar. The arms must be straight throughout. No bouncing. Two separate barbells may be used for deadlifting during the workout. If one barbell is used, the athlete may receive assistance with changing the load.

Lower Athletes: May lift the Barbell from max 4 inch platforms/stacks

Upper Athletes: Are advised to use a strap to replace a missing arm or partial arm. Any grips or wraps may also be used.

If and only if, it is not possible to use a strap to deadlift the Barbell we will allow the SAA weight reduction

 

The Handstand Push-Up - Lower Rx 

Prior to starting, the athlete will need to establish the foot line on the wall for the handstand push-up.

For the first step, measure the distance from the athlete’s elbow to the athlete’s middle knuckle while he or she makes a fist.

In step 2, the athlete will stand with his or her back to the wall on the same surface the hands will be on, with feet at hip width and heels touching the wall. A line will need to be drawn on the wall, marking the height of the top of the athlete’s head.

From the mark for the top of the athlete’s head (step 2), add half the distance measured in step 1 and make a second mark. This will be the height of the target line for the handstand push-ups. For example, if an athlete is 65 inches tall and measures 14 inches from elbow to knuckle, he or she would add 7 inches to the height mark for a final target line of 72 inches.

Once the height of the target line is established, mark it with a marker, chalk or tape. Judges may restore the line between rounds as needed.

NOTE:

If athlete will be doing these with out prosthetic then have them stand on the Longest limb when measuring.

See Standards pictures at CrossFit.com in 18.4

The Standard

Every repetition of the handstand push-up begins and ends at the top of a handstand, with the arms fully locked out, the heels or end of limb points in contact with the wall, the hips open and the body in line with the arms. The athlete’s heels or limb must start the rep above the pre-marked target line. 

At the bottom, the athlete’s head makes contact with the ground. If the head and hands are on different surfaces, the surfaces must be level. For example, if the hands are on plates and there is a pad under the head, the top of the pad must be level with the top of the plates. The feet do not need to remain in contact with the wall for the entire movement but must touch above the line at the beginning and end of each rep. Kipping is allowed.

 

THE ONE ARM DUMBELL PUSH PRESS

Each rep of the push press begins with the dumbell at the shoulder and finishes with the weight fully locked out overhead and over the middle of the body. The athlete may dip and drive with the legs while the weight is on the shoulders. However, once the barbell leaves the shoulder, the hips and knees must remain straight until the weight is locked out overhead. No jerks

At the top, the arm, hips and knees are fully extended, and the db finishes directly over the middle of the body with the feet in line under the body. Using a rack is not permitted. At the bottom 1 head of the Dumbbell must touch the shoulder before starting next rep.

 

THE HANDSTAND WALK - LOWER RX

The handstand walk area must be divided into 5-ft. segments visibly marked on the floor. Ideally, the lane will have five consecutive segments, allowing a 25-foot walk in one direction and a 25-foot walk back. Walking more than 25 feet in one direction without turning around is not allowed. 

The athlete must start with feet BEHIND the mark denoting the start of the segment being attempted, and when kicking up, the hands (entire hand, including palm and fingers) must also start BEHIND the line. Stepping across the line or landing with the hands across the line when kicking up into the handstand constitutes a no rep.

If at any time the athlete comes down from the hands, he or she must restart from the last increment crossed. Both hands, including palms and fingers, must cross the line marking the 5-foot increment to earn credit for that distance.

Each 5-foot section will count as 1 rep.

 

THE ONE ARM OVER HEAD DUMBBELL CARRY

The DB Carry area must be divided into 5-ft. segments visibly marked on the floor. Ideally, the lane will have five consecutive segments, allowing a 25-foot walk in one direction and a 25-foot walk back. Walking more than 25 feet in one direction without turning around is not allowed.

The athlete must start with feet BEHIND the mark denoting the start of the segment being attempted, and when pressing the db up, the feet must also start BEHIND the line until Db is completley locked out, athletes may use press, push press or jerks to get the Db in position. Stepping across the line with the arm bent constitutes a no rep. Rep will only count as long as the Dumbell remains locked out. no bend in the elbow or change of position where the db is not over the mid line will be a no rep. 

If at any time the athlete brings down the lock out position, he or she must restart from the last increment crossed. Both feet, must cross the line marking the 5-foot increment to earn credit for that distance.

Each 5-foot section will count as 1 rep.

Scaled Athletes:

Will not need to lock out but DB must remain over Midline and Db may not drop below top of head or it will be recorded as a no rep. 

 

THE BEAR CRAWL - SCALED LOWER

The bear crawl area must be divided into 5-ft. segments visibly marked on the floor. Ideally, the lane will have five consecutive segments, allowing a 25-foot crawl in one direction and a 25-foot crawl back. Crawling more than 25 feet in one direction without turning around is not allowed.

The athlete must place both hands (entire hand, including palm and fingers) on the ground BEHIND the mark denoting the start of the segment being attempted. Reaching across the line and placing hands into the segment constitutes a no rep. During the bear crawl, the athlete must touch both palms to the floor and raise the hips above the height of the head so as to be supporting some body weight with the arms.

If at any time the athlete stands up, drops to the floor, or drops the hips below the height of the head, he or she must restart from the last increment crossed. Both hands and both feet must cross the line marking the 5-foot increment to earn credit for that distance.

Each 5-foot section will count as 1 rep

THE HAND RELEASE PUSH UP - SCALED LOWER

A straight body position must be maintained throughout the push-up. No snaking, sagging or pushing up from the knees is allowed. The elbows must be locked out at the top with the feet no wider than shoulder width. At the bottom, the chest (nipple line or above) must touch the floor, and the hands must be lifted completely off the ground

 

EQUIPMENT

• Barbell

• Dumbbell - Upper

• Standard bumper plates (18-inch diameter) to load to the appropriate weights for your division

• Collars

• A wall mark for the handstand push-ups

• Floor marks for the handstand walk/ OH Plate Carry

*The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms for the deadlift are 125 kg (275 lb.), 115 kg (255 lb.), 102 kg (225 lb.), 93 kg (205 lb.), 83 kg (185 lb.), 75 kg (165 lb.), 70 kg (155 lb.), 61 kg (135 lb.), 56 kg (125 lb.), 52 kg (115 lb.), 47 kg (105 lb.), 43 kg (95 lb.), 36 kg (80 lb.), 34 kg (75 lb.) 29 kg (65 lb.), and 25 kg (55 lb.). 

For each workout, be sure the athlete has adequate space to safely complete all the movements. Clear the area of all extra equipment, people or other obstructions. Any athlete who in any way alters the equipment or movements described in this document or shown in the workout standards video may be disqualified from the competition.

 

VIDEO SUBMISSION STANDARDS: Rx Only

Prior to starting, film the plates and barbell/ dumbell to be used so the loads can be seen clearly. Also film the measuring process for the handstand push-up mark and the length of the floor marks for the handstand walk so all measurements can be seen clearly. All video submissions should be uncut and unedited in order to accurately display the performance. A clock or timer with the running workout time clearly visible should be in the frame throughout the entire workout. Shoot the video from an angle so all exercises can be clearly seen meeting the movement standards. Videos shot with a fisheye lens or similar lens may be rejected due to the visual distortion these lenses cause.

 

TIEBREAK:

This workout includes a tiebreak. If all 165 reps are completed prior to the 9-minute time cap, your score will be your total time.

The tiebreaker will be factored into your final score. During the workout, be sure to note your time at the end of each set of deadlifts. When you submit your score, there will be a space for your final rep count and an additional field for you to enter the elapsed time at which you completed your last full set of deadlifts. In the case where two athletes have the same score (same time), the athlete with the lower tiebreak time will be ranked higher.

Note:

All tiebreak times must be reported in elapsed time, not in time remaining. If you are using a countdown timer, you must convert to elapsed time before reporting your score. For this reason, it is recommended you set your clock to count up.

 

 

 

Support

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

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