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Double under/OLY complex ladder (50 seconds to execute work, 10 seconds to transition): 

Each athlete will have 50 seconds at each platform to execute 20 double unders + 1 snatch + 1 ohs at the respective division load (increasing each platform) 

Advanced (double under + snatch/OHS complex; 1+1)
20 double unders (standard double under; rope must pass under the feet twice in a forward rotation)
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Snatch MUST be a “full squat snatch” received in a squat (hip crease below top of knee). A power snatch to ohs will NOT be acceptable. Upon standing to full extension from the snatch, 1 overhead squat must be executed. IF the bar is dropped after the snatch, this will result in a “no rep” and the athlete must still execute the FULL COMPLEX as one complete lift (Snatch + OHS). 
Platform loads will be preloaded as follows; 175/95, 185/105, 195/115, 205/125, 215/135, MAX snatch or MAX double unders. 
At the final (6th) platform, the athlete will have the “option” to execute a max snatch, or, max double unders w/in the 50sec work window. Each pound will equal 1 point, each double under rep will also equal one rep. Scoring at each preloaded platform will be as follows: 1 point for each successful double under rep, 1 point for successful lift. 
*PLEASE NOTE; a snatch with a missed ohs will NOT be considered a successful lift at platforms 1-5. The ENTIRE complex must be completed w/in the 50sec work window for the “lift” to count. 

Intermediate (double under + snatch/OHS complex; 1+1) 
20 double unders (standard double under; rope must pass under the feet twice in a forward rotation)
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Snatch can be power or squat, BUT, athlete MUST pass through a full range of motion squat (hip crease below top of knee) once bar is received. Upon standing to full extension from the snatch, 1 overhead squat must be executed. IF the bar is dropped after the snatch, this will result in a “no rep” and the athlete must still execute the FULL COMPLEX as one complete lift (Snatch + OHS). 
Platform loads will be preloaded as follows; 135/65, 145/75, 155/85, 165/95, 175/105, MAX snatch or MAX double unders. 
At the final (6th) platform, the athlete will have the “option” to execute a max snatch, or, max double unders w/in the 50sec work window. Each pound will equal 1 point, each double under rep will also equal one rep. Scoring at each preloaded platform will be as follows: 1 point for each successful double under rep, 1 point for successful lift. 
*PLEASE NOTE; a snatch with a missed ohs will NOT be considered a successful lift at platforms 1-5. The ENTIRE complex must be completed w/in the 50sec work window for the “lift” to count. 

Beginner (single under + clean ladder) 
20 single unders
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Clean can be power or squat, BUT, athlete MUST pass through a full range of motion squat (hip crease below top of knee) once bar is received. 
Platform loads will be preloaded as follows; 135/65, 145/75, 155/85, 165/95, 175/105, MAX clean or MAX single unders. 
At the final (6th) platform, the athlete will have the “option” to execute a max clean, or, max single unders w/in the 50sec work window. Each pound will equal 1 point, each single under rep will also equal one rep. Scoring at each preloaded platform will be as follows: 1 point for each successful single under rep, 1 point for successful lift. 

“Walk the aisle”

Advanced 
16min AMRAP:
-20cal row
-18’ hsw
-12 chest-to-bar pullups
-9 DL (155/105)
-6 HC
-3 S2O

Intermediate
16min AMRAP:
-20cal row
-9 burpees
-12 chin-over-bar pullups
-9 DL (135/95)
-6 HC
-3 S2O

Beginner 
16min AMRAP:
-20cal row
-9 burpees
-12 jumping pullups
-9 DL (95/65)
-6 HC
-3 S2O


ROW: Athlete will be responsible for turning on rower computer, setting damper (to desired setting) and adjusting foot straps. No one else will be allowed to touch the rower. Athlete MUST remain on rower until 20 calories are shown on the computer.

HANDSTAND WALK: Athlete must start with feet behind starting mat/line and handstand walk, within their respective lane, for a total of 18 feet, in 6’ increments. If an entire hand goes “out of bounds”, or if the athlete comes our to the handstand prior to clearing the 6’ marker, the athlete will have to go back to the previous 6’ marker and start over. Both hands must completely pass over the finish line (and each 6’ marker line) prior to feet touching the ground from the handstand walk. 

CHEST TO BAR PULLUPS: Athlete must start each rep with arms at full extension and feet off the ground. At the top of the rep, athlete must make full contact with the pullup bar at/or below the collar bone for a successful rep. Not making contact will result in a “no rep”.

CHIN OVER BAR PULLUPS: Athlete must start each rep with arms at full extension and feet off the ground. At the top of the rep, the athlete’s chin must clear the vertical plane of the pullup bar for a successful rep. Not clearing the vertical plane will result in a “no rep”.

JUMPING CHIN OVER BAR PULLUPS: Athlete must start each rep with arms at full extension. At the top of the rep, the athlete’s chin must clear the vertical plane of the pullup bar for a successful rep. Not clearing the vertical plane will result in a “no rep”. Athlete platform height for jumping pull-ups will be 2” below wrist/palm line while standing tall, feet flat, arms extended/locked out overhead. 

BURPEES: Athletes hips and chest must make contact with the ground. Athlete must stand to full extension, opening the hips, and clapping the hands overhead. Athlete must advance down the aisle every 3 burpees. 

DEADLIFTS: Barbell starts on the ground, athlete must stand to full extension, opening the hip and ensuring the shoulders are just behind the barbell at the top of the lift. Barbell must return to the ground to start each rep. “Bouncing” the barbell off the ground during a TnG will NOT be acceptable and will result in a “no rep”. 

HANG CLEAN: Athlete MUST pause in the hang prior to beginning the rep if/when taken from the ground. Pulling from anywhere above the knee and below the hip will be acceptable. Squat or power clean are acceptable. Elbows MUST be in front of the barbell in the rack position and full hip extension must be achieved at the top of each successful rep.

SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD: Barbell must start with contact on the shoulders. Full lockout with the barbell directly over the midline (shoulder, hip, ankles) must be achieved for a successful rep. Strict press, push press, push jerk, and/or split jerk are all acceptable movements as long as the feet are returned to the starting position under hips/shoulders and full hip extension must be achieved at the top of each successful rep.

4min AMRAP: sandbag ground to shoulder ladder (All divisions)
Loads: Advanced (150/100), Intermediate (100/70), Beginner (70/50)

Athlete must move the sandbag from the ground to the shoulder and over for a successful rep to count. After 4 reps are completed, the athlete must shoulder, and carry the sandbag to the next platform, (20’ away) where 8 reps will be completed. After the 8 are completed, athlete must shoulder carry back to first platform where 16 reps will be completed. Athletes will continue this method, doubling total reps at each consecutive platform, for the 4 minutes accumulating as many ground to shoulder reps as possible for a total rep count/score. *Transitions between platforms do NOT count towards the total score.

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Looking forward to seeing each of you throw down this weekend!!

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