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Workout Description




For Time :

30 Ring Muscle Ups

25 Burpees Over Box

15 Squat Snatches


Men weight & height: 205lbs, 30”

Women weight & height: 145lbs, 24”


Time Cap: 10 minutes
Heat size: 10 players
Points : 100 pts

Flow

This event starts with the athletes on the starting grid.


At the call of 321 go, the athletes will proceed to the gymnastics rings and perform 30 ring muscle ups.


After completing their muscle ups the athlete will then proceed to their box and perform 25 Burpees Over the Box.


Once completed, the athlete will then make their way to their pre-staged barbell and perform 15 Squat Snatches in sets of 3. After 3 reps, athletes will drop their bar and roll it into the next section and continue this pattern until complete.


Once completed, the athlete will place their bar down and then may jump or walk over their barbell to the finish line.

Age Group Variation:

Age Group Event 4

Heat size: 20 players

Boys and Girls 15-18

3 Rounds For Time

11 Bar Muscle Ups

9 Burpee Over Box

7 DB Snatch


Men weight & height: 65lbs, 30”

Women weight & height: 50lbs, 24”

Men and Women 35-39

Men and Women 40-44

Men and Women 45-49

Men and Women 50+

In an effort to ensure the best experience and safety for all Age Group athletes;  if there is a movement or weight that cannot be performed as prescribed, please inform us and we will do our best to accommodate your needs within the workout. The resulting score would be automatically moved to just below the last placed Rx competitor, but you will still enjoy the workout and the Atlas Games Experience! 

 

Scoring:

The athlete's score is his or her total time for completing the event.


Movement Standards:

Ring Muscle ups Athletes must begin each rep hanging from the rings with arms fully extended and feet off the ground. Kipping is allowed, but uprises and swings/rolls to support are not permitted. During consecutive kipping muscle-ups, a change of direction below the rings is required. No part of the foot may rise above the bottom of the rings during the kip. The athlete must pass through some portion of a dip before reaching lockout. Reaching lockout while pushing or falling away from the rings will not count. The rep is credited when: When the elbows are fully locked out in the support position. Burpee Over box (Perpendicular Tape) The burpee box jump-over starts with the athlete perpendicular to the box while touching their chest and thighs to the ground, and finishes with the athlete jumping over the box. Setting the box at an angle is not allowed. A two-foot takeoff is required, and only the athlete’s feet may touch the box After landing on the box, the athlete may jump or step off to the other side. If the athlete lands on the box, both feet must touch the box before stepping or jumping off. Alternatively, the athlete may jump completely over the box. If jumping over the box, the feet must pass over the box, not around it, and the athlete must use a two-foot landing. There is no requirement to stand tall while on top of the box. The rep is credited when: When both feet are on the ground on the opposite side of the box. From there, the athlete may begin their next rep. Squat Snatch Each rep starts with the bar on the ground. Squat snatches are required. Any other variations (Power, split) are not permitted. The bar must be over the middle of the body, or slightly behind, when viewed from profile. At the bottom of the squat, the crease of the athlete’s hip must be clearly below the top of the knees. The rep is credited when: When the athlete’s hips, knees, and arms are extended with the bar in the overhead position. The bar must be over the middle of the body, or slightly behind, when viewed from profile.


Judging Plan

20 judges total - One judge is at the Muscle ups station the second manage the burpees box Jumps an the snatches

  • Judge 1 manages the muscle ups and calls the repetitions.

  • Judge 2 manages the scorecard, judges and calls the repetitions for the burpees box jumps and snatches. He is also in charge of taking the time.


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