FallOut CrossFit – School of Elite Fitness Tri-cities, WA

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*UPDATE* *UPDATE* The “Angie” Challenge – Coming Friday, November 2nd!!!

Time for a challenge at FallOut CrossFit!

“ANGIE CHALLENGE”

The Challenge is Open to All Levels!!!

 


Challenge Prelims: Friday, November 2nd, 2012 – *ALL CLASS TIMES*
Challenge Finals: Friday, January 4th, 2013 – *ALL CLASS TIMES*      
Please note: The finals date has been moved to January 4th!!!!
Entry Fee: $25
Prize Purse: $25 x number of participants
Prize Categories: Most Improved – Men’s and Women’s, Fastest Times – Men’s & Women’s

HOW THE CHALLENGE WORKS
1. GET REGISTERED –The sign-up sheet is located at the front desk @ FOCF. Fee is $25 and will be auto bill to your account.
2. CHALLENGE PRELIMS – Friday, November 2nd. Set your preliminary “Angie” time. This will be the time from which we calculate your improvement.
3. TRAIN – CrossFit for 9 weeks with the intention of improving your “Angie” time.
4. SHOW UP for the FINALS – Friday, January 4th @ FOCF. Join your fellow CrossFitters in an event intended to blow you away as everybody attempts to set a new PR!

PRIZES
1. Most Overall Improvement – # of participants will determine how deep this pool will go!
2. Fastest times – Better be quick to win this category. Prizes awarded to #1 & #2 only!

FOLLOW THE RULES…

  • You must choose the category you are going to compete in and STAY in that category for the finals
  •   Rankings for IMPROVEMENT:

o There will be one master list ranking participants on percentage improvement.
o This list is NOT categorized. Your category has no bearing on where you finish on this list.
o For example, if you compete in the intermediate category, and you have the highest percentage of overall improvement, you will be ranked #1.

  • Rankings for TIME:

o There will be one master list ranking participants based on time
o Your TIME rank will be based on your performance within your category.
o Categories will be listed in the order Advanced, Intermediate, Beginner. This means that all Advanced category finishers will be ranked above ALL the Intermediate category finishers, who will be ranked above ALL Beginner category finishers.
o For example, if you compete in the intermediate category, the best ranking you can have is one below the lowest in the advanced category. So if there are 6 people in the advanced category, your ranking, if you are the fastest intermediate, is #7 overall

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“ANGIE” CHALLENGE

ADVANCED:

100 pull ups

100 push ups

100 sit ups

100 squats

Standards: PULL UPS – no bands, chin must pass above bar; PUSH UPS – performed on toes, chest to floor (not belly); SIT-UPS -abmat allowed, shoulders touch floor at bottom position, torso is perpendicular to floor at top position; SQUATS – hips must pass below knees

 

INTERMEDIATE:

75 pull ups

75 push ups

75 sit ups

75 squats

Standards: PULL UPS – bands allowed, chin must pass above bar; PUSH UPS – performed on toes or knees, chest to floor (not belly); SIT-UPS -abmat allowed, shoulders touch floor at bottom position, torso is perpendicular to floor at top position; SQUATS – hips must pass below knees

 

BEGINNER:

50 pull ups

50 push ups

50 sit ups

50 squats

Standards: PULL UPS – bands allowed, jumping pull ups allowed, chin must pass above bar, ring rows allowed; PUSH UPS – performed on knees, chest to floor (not belly); SIT-UPS -abmat allowed, shoulders touch floor at bottom position, torso is perpendicular to floor at top position; SQUATS – hips must pass below knees

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