Challenge 1: NutriFitt Sled Pull, Push and Sprint
Athletes will start by pulling a weighted sled 50 feet toward them using a battle rope. During the pull, athletes must stand and cannot run, crawl backwards or leave the designated area while pulling the sled. Once the sled has crossed the designated line, athletes will then push the sled back to its starting position. After the sled crosses that line, athletes will then immediately sprint back to their original starting position, which is now the finish line. Time is recorded by the judge when the athlete crosses the finish line. Gloves and rubber cleats are allowed to be used during this event. The weight of the sled is 170 lbs for Women and 220 lbs for Men, but will be scaled for 60s Division. Athletes will get two attempts, if desired. Athletes must step back up to the starting line immediately if a second attempt is being attempted. Scoring is to two decimal places. Best of two attempts is circled. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 2: City Fit Concierge Vertical Jump
Athletes will start in a standing position with both feet in the designated area. When ready, athletes will jump up as high as they can to reach and hit the highest level they can on the vertical jump test equipment using their hand to record their vertical distance. Athletes must push off the ground with both feet at the same time and cannot get a running start. Best of two attempts is recorded. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 3: Orangetheory Fitness Distance Row
Athletes will start in the seated position on one of the available water rowers. Once a judge sets the rower at 500 meters, the athlete may begin their distance row for time. Athletes must keep an overhand grip at all times during the row and must maintain a rowing motion throughout. Once the distance on the monitor reaches zero, the timer will stop and be recorded to two decimal places. On average, athletes will be rowing for two and a half minutes or less. Athletes will receive one attempt and must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 4: Camp Gladiator Burpees for Time
Athletes will start by standing on one side of the hurdle ready to perform a lateral facing burpee (as opposed to bar facing). When the judge announces go and starts the timer, athletes will perform a lateral facing burpee on the same side they started, then jump over the hurdle to perform another lateral facing burpee on the other side. This process will be repeated until the timer ends, counting down from 2 minutes. Athletes may jump or step over the hurdle with one or two feet and land with one or two feet. It is not required to jump and land with both feet. Athletes do not have to face the bar when jumping. The athlete's chest and thighs must touch the ground for a clean burpee to be recorded. It is not required that both feet step back or rise at the same time during the burpee. A “no rep” will be called when performed incorrectly. Athletes will receive one attempt. The judge will record the achieved number. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 5: Nutrition Faktory - Faktory 5
This challenge has 5 stations. Athletes will start in a standing position at station #1. When the judge says go and starts the timer, athletes will complete 10 hand release push-ups, then sprint 10 yards to station #2. At station #2, athletes will complete 10 mountain climbers (each knee to elbow is 1 rep), then sprint 5 yards to station #3. At station #3, athletes will perform 10 “ball over the bar” tosses. The bar will be 10 feet off the ground and the ball will weigh 10 lbs for Women and 14 lbs for Men. Once complete, athletes will sprint 5 yards to station #4. At station #4, athletes will complete 10 quick jumps over a bar with two feet (each side of the bar is 1 rep), then sprint 5 yards to station #5. At station #5, athletes will perform 10 jump squats. When the last jump squat is complete (feet touch the ground after the jump), the judge will stop the timer. Athletes will get two attempts, if desired. Scoring is to two decimal places. Best of two attempts is circled. Athletes must step back up to the starting line immediately if a second attempt is desired. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 6: TrainOD Odd Object Hold
Athletes will start by holding the base of the odd object out in front of their chest with both hands and straight arms at a 90-degree angle from their body. Athletes must grip the object with staggered hands, one on top of the other. Hands must be touching one another when staggered. Once in the correct position in front of the chest, the judge will start the timer. Athletes will hold the odd object with straight arms for as long as they physically can while the timer counts up. Athletes must keep a straight back while holding the object. If the athlete drops or raises the object or their arms below or above the 90-degree threshold (as described by the judge), they will get a warning and must return back to the 90 degrees. If the Athlete breaks the threshold a second time, the timer will stop and be recorded. Athletes will not be allowed to change their grip once the timer starts and must keep their feet together. The object is weighted at 40 lbs for Men and 20 lbs for Women, but will be scaled for 60s Division. Athletes may request a second attempt if desired, but must attempt immediately. Best attempt is recorded and circled by the judge. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 7: QNTM Fit Life Agility Ladder
For this event, cones have been placed at 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, and 34 yards from the starting line. Starting in a “ready” position behind the starting line, athletes will begin their run with a whistle from the judge. Athletes will run to the first cone at 16 yards (cone #1) and touch the line with their foot, then turn and run back, crossing the starting line with any part of your body. The judge will blow the whistle to signify the finish of the first level which also designates the start of the 10-second rest period to return to the starting line. The timing judge will then whistle to start the run to the next cone at 18 yards (cone #2). Each interval must be completed within ten seconds by crossing the original starting line with your body. Athletes will progress through each interval until they fail to cross the finish line before the ten second whistle from the judge. Their score is the last cone completed (#1-#10+). If an athlete completes cone #10, they will continue to repeat the same cone for additional points (so a score of 11, 12, etc., is possible) until they fail. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 8: Dani D. Fitness Tire Flip
Athletes will start by flipping a heavy rubber tire (250 lbs for Women 20s, 30s and 40s / 500 lbs for Men 20s, 30s and 40s) over and over again for 90 seconds. Women 50s and 60s will use 150 lbs. Men 50s and 60s will use 250 lbs. Athletes must jump in one side of the hole (or center of the tire) and out the other with both feet after each complete tire flip before attempting another one. Athletes can use any part of their body to hold and flip the tire. A full rep is completed when an athlete successfully flips the tire, jumps in the hole and out the other side, touching the ground with both feet. A judge will use a stopwatch to count down from 90 seconds. If an athlete is in the middle of a tire flip when the timer runs out, that rep will not count. Athletes will get one attempt and the total number of successful tire flips will be recorded. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 9: NutriShop 3 Cone L-Drill
Athletes will start by standing in a ready position at the starting Cone A. On the judge’s signal, athletes will run from Cone A to Cone B (as shown in image #1) in a down and back sprint. Athletes must touch the line at Cone B with their foot before pivoting back to Cone A. Upon reaching Cone A again and touching the line with their foot, athletes will pivot a second time and run back around Cone B toward Cone C. From there, athletes must run around Cone C in a figure 8 like route (shown in image #2). Run around Cone C, back around Cone B, and finish by crossing the line at Cone A. Athletes may request a second attempt if desired, but must immediately step back up to the line. Best attempt is recorded and circled by the judge. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.
Challenge 10: Fleet Feet Weighted Half Mile
Athletes will race around the designated area and complete a half mile run while carrying a weighted sandbell, making sure to stay within the designated area at all times. The weight is 10 lbs for Men and 5 lbs for Women. Athletes in their 60s will not carry weight. Time is recorded by the judge when the athlete crosses the finish line. Scoring is to two decimal places. Athletes must initial their score before leaving the area.