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Turkey Challenge Workouts 2022



Keep in mind some things may be subject to change! Thanks for your patience we look forward to seeing you this weekend!

Saturday, Workout 1: (Weighted Vests - All)

Pro/RX - Individuals (14/20)

Saturday

15 Minute cap

Basketball court

3 Rounds - For Time

1600 meter Bike ERG

50 push-ups

10 wall walks


Open/40+ - Individuals (14/20)

Saturday

15 Minute cap

Basketball court

3 Rounds - For Time

1400 meter Bike ERG

35 push-ups

7 wall walks


Teams Pro/RX: Male/Female

Saturday

19 Minute cap

Basketball court

6 Rounds - For Time (3/3)

P1:1600 meter bike

P2: Front rack feed bag hold (100# M/F)


P1&P2:50 synchro push-ups

P1/P2:10 wall walks


Team Open: Male/Female

Saturday

19 Minute cap

Basketball court

6 Rounds - For Time (3/3)

P1:1400 meter bike

P2: Front rack feed bag hold (75# M/F)


P1 & P2:35 synchro push-ups

P1/2:7 wall walks


Individual Notes:

This workout begins with athletes standing with one hand in contact with the wall. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will begin their meter bike ERG and return to complete their push-ups and wall walks. Continuing in this fashion until all 3 rounds have been completed.


Team Notes:

This workout begins with all 4 athletes standing with one hand in contact with the wall. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” two athletes will begin their meter bike ERG and front rack feedbag hold. The other two athletes will begin their synchronized push-ups and proceed into their wall walks.


While the first pair of athletes (M/F) completes their meter bike ERG and front rack feed bag hold, the second pair of athletes completes their synchronized push-ups and wall-walks. All push-ups must be completed before moving onto the wall walks. Wall walks can be completed between the pair however they desire. In order for pairs to switch responsibilities in the next round, the bike ERG/front rack sandbag hold must run across the court to tag the push-ups/wall walk pair. That half of the team will then run back to the bike ERG and sand bag to complete their next round.

-Athletes on the bike ERG are not able to start their push-ups/wall-walks until all reps have been completed by the other pair. Athletes completing the movements are not able to start the bike until their other pair returns.

-Athlete pairs must switch movements every time. For example, one athlete could not stay in the run portion of the workout the entire time.


Movement Standards:

Pro/RX/Open/40+:


Push-ups

Movement Standards:

Athletes are required to start with full arm extension.

Chest MUST touch the ground.

Rep is completed when full arm extension is reached again.

Only hands and balls of feet can be in contact with the ground at the beginning and end of the repetition.

If the athlete does reach full arm extension and have their chest make contact with the ground, it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Wall walk

Movement Standards:

This will be set like the wall walk CrossFit Open standard.

Every rep begins and ends with the athlete lying down, with their chest, feet, and thighs touching the ground. Hands on the tape line: for women, the distance from the wall to the tape is 55 inches. For men, the distance is 60 inches. This first line will be the start and finish line for each repetition. There will be a second line that leaves 10” of space between the tape’s far edge and the wall.

At the start and finish of each rep, both hands must touch the first tape line (fingers touching is OK).

At the top of the movement, both hands must touch the tape line for the 10-inch mark before the athlete can descend.

Any part of the hand may touch the tape line.


Front Rack Feedbag Hold:

The feedbag must be held in the front rack position for the entire length of the meter bike ERG. Athletes arms and hands must never come in contact with each other while holding the bag. If athletes kneel down, weave their fingers together, rest on the legs or drop the bag it will be considered a “drop of the bag” and the other athlete must stop pedaling. If the bag is “dropped” the athlete pedaling must stop their biking. If an athlete continues to pedal while the other athlete is improperly handling the bag the judge will add :05 to the total end time for each instance. Athletes can switch who completes the meters or who holds the bag at any point in time.

Saturday, WORKOUT 2:

Pro - Individual

Saturday

9 minutes

Field

75 TTB

75 Box Step-Overs with TBD

*MAX Heavy Bag Walk @ 150/200 lbs with remaining time (Every 5 feet = 1 rep)


RX - Individual

Saturday

9 minutes

75 TTB

50 Box Step-Overs with 53/70 lb KB

*MAX Heavy Bag Walk with remaining time @ 100/150 lbs (Every 5 feet = 1 rep)


Open/40+ - Individual

Saturday

9 minutes

Field

60 TTB

35 Box Step Overs with 35/53lb KB

*MAX Heavy Bag Walk with remaining time @ 70/100lbs (Every 5-feet = 1 rep)


Teams - Male/Female Pairs

Pro

Saturday

12 minutes

Field

120 Synchronized TTB

100 Synchronized Box Step-Overs with kb TBD

*MAX Synchronized Heavy Bag Walk with remaining time @ 150/200lbs (Every 5 feet = 1 rep)


RX

Saturday

12 minutes

Field

120 Synchronized TTB

80 Synchronized Box Step-Overs with 53/70lb KB

*MAX Synchro Heavy Bag Walk with remaining time @ 100/150 lbs (Every 5 feet = 1 rep)


Teams - Open

Saturday

12 minutes

Field

90 Synchronized TTB

70 Synchronized Box Step-Overs with 35/53lb KB

*MAX Synchro Heavy Bag Walk with remaining time @ 70/100 lbs (Every 5 feet = 1 rep)


Individual - notes:

This workout begins with athletes standing behind their designated starting lane line. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will begin their toes-to-bar. When all reps are completed the athlete will move onto the kettlebell box step-overs. With the remaining time on the clock, when both movements have been completed, the athlete will obtain as many feet possible walking, while carrying a heavy bag. Length is 30 feet (15 feet down, then turning around).


Scoring is the total time to complete the toes to bar and box step overs. The heavy bag walk will be a separate score for total reps completed. 5ft = 1 rep. The athlete must pass the 5-foot threshold for the rep to count.


Team - notes: Male/Female - Male/Female

This workout begins with all 4 athletes standing behind their designated starting lane line. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” two athletes will proceed to the synchronized toes to bar, it must be a M/F pair. Athletes can tag in and out with the other pair of athletes whenever they want. The entire pair must switch in and out, not just the gender pair. The athletes will complete all reps for the synchronized toes-to-bar, then move onto the synchronized box step-overs. Once all reps of synchronized toes-to-bar and synchronized box step-overs are completed, the athletes will start the max sync heavy bag walk. The heavy bag will also be male/female pairs, walking together 30 feet (15 feet down, then turning around). Athletes will pass off the heavy bag to the next pairing on their return. YOU MUST SWITCH PAIRS AFTER EVERY 30 FEET.


Scoring is the total time to complete the toes-to-bar and box step-overs. The heavy bag walk will be a separate score for total reps completed. Male/Female pairings must pass the 5-foot threshold for the reps to count.


Keep in mind, the toes-to-bar and box step-overs are TOTAL time for your team.


Movement Standards:

Pro/RX/Open/40+:


Toes-to-Bar

Movement Standards:

Athlete begins by hanging from the pull-up bar with arms extended. The heels must be brought back behind the bar.

Double overhand is the only grip style permitted.

The rep is credited when the athlete’s feet contact the bar between the hands. Any part of the feet may make contact with the bar. Athletes may tape their hands and wear hand protection, but they may not tape the bar or have any substances added to their hands or the bar other than chalk. (liquid chalk is permitted)

If at any point the feet don’t pass behind in the initial kip swing or both toes don’t touch the bar, it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Kettlebell Box Step-Over

Movement Standards:

The Kettlebell Box Step-Over starts behind the box with both feet on the ground and the kettlebell in one hand (suitcase style only).

When stepping up and over both feet must make contact with the top of the box. Athletes do not need to stand all the way up. The rep will be counted when both feet touch the ground on the opposite side of the box.

The kettlebell may not touch the box at any point in the workout. Not even when resting. If the kettlebell is on the box and the athlete tries to go into the next rep, it will be considered a “NO REP”. If at any point both feet don't touch the top of the box and return back to the floor it will be considered a no rep. Athletes must face the box when doing their stepovers, lateral is not permitted.


Heavy Bag Carry

Movement Standards:

All heavy bags must be carried with both hands wrapped around the bag (bear hug position).. The bag will remain above the hips and is not allowed to rest on the shoulder.

Athletes’ feet must pass the 5 foot increment for it to be considered a repetition.

If the bag is dropped at any point between a 5 foot increment then the athlete must pick the bag up, and go back to the start of that 5 foot increment.


Teams Open/RX:


Synchronized Toes-to-Bar

Movement Standards:

Both athletes begin by hanging from the pull-up bar with arms extended. The heels must be brought back behind the bar.

Double overhand is the only grip style permitted.

The rep is credited when both athletes’ feet contact the bar between the hands at the same time. If one athlete reaches the finish position ahead of the other, they may hold that position for the other athlete. Any part of the feet may make contact with the bar. Athletes may tape their hands and wear hand protection, but they may not tape the bar or have any substances added to their hands or the bar other than chalk. (liquid chalk is permitted)

If at any point the feet don't pass behind the bar at the bottom of their kip or the athletes toes don't touch the bar together, it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Synchro Kettlebell Box Step-Over

Movement Standards:

The Synchro Kettlebell Box Step Over starts with both athletes' feet on the ground behind the box and the kettlebell in one hand (suitcase style only).

When stepping up and over, both pairs of feet must make contact with the top of the box together. Athletes do not need to stand all the way up. The rep will be counted when both pairs of feet touch the ground on the opposite side of the box. If one partner comes down before the pair has reached the top of the boxes together it is considered a “NO REP” and the rep must be completed again.

The kettlebell may not touch the box at any point in the workout. Not even when resting. If the kettlebell is on the box and either athlete tries to go into the next rep, it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Synchro Heavy Bag Carry

Movement Standards:

All heavy bags must be carried with both hands wrapped around the bag (bear hug position).. The bag will remain above the hips and is not allowed to rest on the shoulder

Athletes' feet must pass the 5 foot increment for it to be considered a repetition.

If the bag is dropped at any point between a 5 foot increment then the athlete must pick the bag up, and go back to the start of that 5 foot increment.

If one athlete falls behind and drops the bag BOTH athletes must return to the last completed 5 foot increment.


Saturday, WORKOUT 3:

Pro:

Saturday

8 minute cap

Basketball Courts

For Time:

40/50 Calorie echo bike

50 Burpees to 45 lb plate


RX:

Saturday

8 minute cap

Basketball Courts

For Time:

40/50 Calorie echo bike

50 Burpees to 45 lb plate


Open/40+ :

Saturday

8 minute cap

Basketball Courts

For Time:

40/50 Calorie echo bike

40 Burpees to 45 lb plate


Teams: Male/Female Pairs

Pro/RX

Saturday

12 minute cap

Basketball Courts

For Time:

40/50 Calorie echo bike (both athletes bike at the same time)

50 Synchronized burpees to 45 lb plate


Teams:

Open

Saturday

12 minute cap

Basketball Courts

For Time:

40/50 Calorie echo bike

40 Synchronized burpees to 45 lb plate


NOTES - Individual

This workout begins with athletes standing on their designated lane start line. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will proceed to their Echo bike to complete their calories. Once the calories have been completed the athlete transitions to the burpees to plate. After all the burpees to plate reps are completed the athlete sprints through the finish line for their time.



NOTES - Team

This workout begins with all 4 athletes standing behind their designated start line.. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” two athletes will proceed to their Echo bike to complete their own calories (per person). Two athletes will remain behind the starting line. Once the calories have been completed the athlete pair will transition to the synchro burpees to a plate. After all the burpees to plate reps are completed the athletes sprint back to tag their teammates in. The final two athletes proceed as stated above. The scoring is the total time when all athletes cross back into the finish line.


Movement Standards:

Pro/RX/Open/40+:


Echo Bike

Athletes can set the seat height to whatever works best and it can be changed at any point. The athlete must complete this task, not the judge. All calories need to show on screen before the athlete can get off the bike and move onto the burpees. Athletes need to remain in their seat until their screen reads the calorie count for their division.

Athletes must remain in contact with the seat for all calories, if they do not a time penalty will be placed on their score.


Burpees to a 45# plate:

Athletes' chest and thighs must make contact with the floor. Two foot take off is required when jumping onto the plate. No stepping up onto the plate. When jumping onto the plate both feet must make contact with the plate and athletes must reach full hip extension at the top. Athletes can step off of the plate after full extension is completed. If the athlete does not reach full hip extension, doesn’t take off with two feet and/or any part of the foot touches the ground while on the plate it will be considered a “NO REP”. The athlete's head does not need to remain behind the plate. The athlete's chest is not allowed to make contact with the plate at the bottom of the burpees. If the chest does happen to make contact with the plate the athlete is allowed to scoot back until their chest is flush with the floor and continue their repetition.

-Chest to the ground

-Two foot take off on jump

-Full hip extension on the plate

Without those three things, this movement will be considered a “NO REP”.


Teams - Pro/RX/Open

Echo Bike

Athletes can set the seat height and distance to whatever works best and it can be changed at any point. The athlete must complete this task, not the judge. All calories need to show on screen before the athletes can get off the bike and move onto the burpees. Athletes need to remain in their seat until their screen reads the calorie count for their division.

Athletes must remain in contact with the seat for all calories. Partner 1 is not allowed to move on until partner 2 has reached their calorie count. If athletes do not adhere to this there will be a time penalty placed on their score.


Synchro Burpees to a 45# plate:

Athletes' chest and thighs must make contact with the floor TOGETHER. When jumping onto the plate both feet must make contact with the plate and athletes must reach full hip extension at the top. If the athletes do not reach full hip extension and/or any part of the foot touches the ground while on the plate, it will be considered a “NO REP”. The athlete's head does not need to remain behind the plate. The athlete's chest is not allowed to make contact with the plate at the bottom of the burpees. If the chest does happen to make contact with the plate the athlete is allowed to scoot back until their chest is flush with the floor and continue their repetition. The burpees synchronized standard is:

-Chest to the ground together

-Two foot take off on jump to plate - doesn’t have to be together

-Full hip extension on the plate together

Without those two things, this movement will be considered a “NO REP”.


Sunday Workout 1:


Pro - Individuals

Sunday

16 Minutes

Basketball court

Every 4 Minutes x 3 Rounds - 2 minute rest following each round

78 Beaded Rope double-unders

26 GHD sit-ups

Max wall balls with remaining time, 20/30 lbs


RX - Individuals

Sunday

16 Minutes

Basketball court

Every 4 Minutes x 3 Rounds - 2 minute rest following each round

78 Beaded Rope double-unders

26 GHD Sit-ups

Max wall balls with remaining time, 20/30 lbs


Open/40+ - Individuals

Sunday

16 Minutes

Basketball court

Every 4 Minutes x 3 Rounds - 2 minute rest following each round

58 Beaded Rope double unders

20 GHD sit-ups

Max wall balls with remaining time, 14/20 lbs


Team Pro/RX:

Sunday

17 minute AMRAP: rounds and reps

Basketball court

36 Beaded rope double unders

16 Synchronized GHD sit-ups

24 Synchronized wall balls, 20/30 lbs



Team Open:

Sunday

17 minute AMRAP: rounds and reps

Basketball court

27 Beaded rope double unders

12 Synchronized GHD sit-ups

18 Synchronized wall balls, 14/20 lbs


NOTES

Individuals

This workout begins with athletes standing with one hand in contact with the wall. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will begin their jump rope. When all reps are completed, the athlete will move onto the GHD sit-ups. With the remaining time on the clock, when both movements have been completed, the athlete will obtain as many wall balls as possible.


Scoring is the total number of reps.


NOTES:

Teams

This workout begins with all 4 athletes standing with their hands in contact with the fence. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the two athletes, a male and a female, will begin their beaded rope double unders. Once all the jump rope reps are completed, the pair will proceed to the synchronized GHD sit-ups. When the sit-up reps are completed the athlete pair will then head to the medicine ball for their synchronized wall balls. When completed the next pair of athletes can high five out, leave the wall and start their jump rope, sit-ups and wall balls.


Scoring is the total number of rounds and reps.


Movement Standards:

Pro/RX/Open/40+: Individuals


Beaded Rope Double Unders - ALL

Movement Standards:

The rope passes under the feet twice for each jump. The rope must spin forward for the rep to count. Only successful jumps are counted, not attempts. If the rope touches the body at any point during the repetition it will be considered a “NO REP”. The judges count is LAW.


GHD Sit-Ups

Movement Standards:

Each rep begins and ends with the athlete seated at the top of the GHD. The athlete must touch the ground with their hands before returning to the seated position.

The rep is credited when the athlete's hands come in contact with the foot pads again.

If the athlete's hands do not make contact with the floor/riser at the bottom, and/or the foot pads at the top it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Wall Ball

Movement Standards:

The medicine ball must be in the support position in the front of the body at the start of each wall ball rep. Athletes will squat until the hip crease is below the knee. Squat cleaning your initial rep is allowed as long as the ball starts on the ground. The rep is credited when the center of the ball hits the target at or above the specific height. If the ball hits low or does not hit the target it is a “no rep”.

Elbows may not come in contact with the legs in the bottom of the squat position.

Target height:

9’ F

10’ M


Pro/RX/Open Teams:


Synchronized Wall balls

Movement Standards:

The medicine ball must be in the support position in the front of the body at the start of each wall ball rep. Athlete pairs will squat until the hip crease is below the knee TOGETHER. If an athlete leaves the bottom of the squat before the other athlete has reached depth it will be considered a "NO REP". Squat cleaning your initial rep is allowed as long as the ball starts on the ground and the pair is at depth together. The rep is credited when the center of the ball hits the target at or above the specific height. If the ball hits low or does not hit the target it is a “no rep”.

Athletes may wait in the bottom of their squat for their partner as long as they maintain elbows off the legs and wall ball in the support position.


Synchronized GHD Sit-Ups

Movement Standards:

Each rep begins and ends with the athlete seated at the top of the GHD, hands on the foot pads. The athletes must touch the ground before returning to the seated position. The rep is credited when both athletes’ hands come in contact with the foot pads again. (the synch is found at the top, not the bottom.) If the athletes’ hands do not make contact with the floor/riser at the bottom, and/or the foot pads at the top it will be considered a “NO REP”.


Beaded Rope Double Unders - ALL

Movement Standards:

The rope passes under the feet twice for each jump. The rope must spin forward for the rep to count. Only successful jumps are counted, not attempts. If the athlete lands on the rope at any point it will be considered a “NO REP”. The judges count is LAW. These are not synchronized but every athlete will need to be able to complete their repetitions.


Sunday Workout 2:

Pro - Individuals

Sunday

12 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (115/155#)

9 Bar Muscle-Up


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

6 Bar Muscle-Up


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

3 Bar Muscle-Up


*Between each movement complete a 36’ handstand walk


RX - Individuals

Sunday

12 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (95/135#)

9 Bar Muscle-Up


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

6 Bar Muscle-Up


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

3 Bar Muscle-Up


*Between each movement complete a 36’ handstand walk



Open/40+ - Individuals

Sunday

12 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (75/115#)

30 Pull-ups


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

20 Pull-ups


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

10 Pull-ups


*Between each movement complete a 36’ overhead kettlebell walk 35/53



Team - Pro

Sunday

15 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (115/155#)

9 Bar Muscle-Up


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

6 Bar Muscle-Up


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

3 Bar Muscle-Up


*Between each movement complete a 36’ handstand walk

**Both athlete pairs will be completing the required reps for each movement


Team - RX

Sunday

15 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (95/135#)

9 Bar Muscle-Up


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

6 Bar Muscle-Up


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

3 Bar Muscle-Up


*Between each movement complete a 36’ handstand walk

**Both athlete pairs will be completing the required reps for each movement


Team - Open

Sunday

15 Minute Cap

Field


For Time:

21 Calorie Row

15 Hang Power Snatch (75/115#)

30 Pull-ups


18 Calorie Row

12 Hang Power Snatch

20 Pull-ups


15 Calorie Row

9 Hang Power Snatch

10 Pull-ups


*Between each movement complete a 36’ overhead kettlebell walk 35/53

**Both athlete pairs will be completing the required reps for each movement




NOTES:

Individuals

This workout begins with athletes standing with one hand in contact with the fence. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the athlete will begin their calorie row. After the calorie row the athlete will head to the designated start line for the handstand walk or overhead walk. After completing 36’ the athlete will move onto the Hang Power Snatches. Again, the athlete will head into the 36’ walk and return for the next movement, the bar muscle-up or pull-ups. After completing the BMU or PU the athlete will run back to their rower to start their next section of the workout in the same fashion.


Scoring is the total number of reps or total time completed.



NOTES:Female/Female and Male/Male

Teams

This workout begins with Male athletes on one side and Female athletes on the other, standing with one hand in contact with the fence. After the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” the first male and first female athlete will begin their calorie row. After the calorie row the athletes will head to the designated start line for the handstand walk or overhead walk. After completing 36 feet the athletes will move onto the Hang Power Snatches. Again, the athletes will head into the 36 foot walk and return for the next movement, the bar-muscle up or pull-up. After completing the BMU or PU athletes will return to the starting line and tag their same gender partner in to complete their round in the same fashion. Both athlete pairs will be completing the required reps for each movement.(Check BMU and PU standards for the exception)


Scoring is the total number of reps or total time completed.


Movement Standards:

Pro/RX/Open/40+: Individuals and Pro/RX/Open Teams:

Row

The monitor on the rower must be set to zero calories at the beginning of each row. Athletes may NOT receive assistance in resetting the monitor to zero from their judge.

• When exiting the rower, credit will be earned for the calories displayed at the time the handle is released.


Hang Power Snatch

This movement begins with the athlete deadlifting the barbell and stopping at this position prior to snatching. The athlete may not lower the bar past the knees after deadlifting the weight.

The barbell must be received in the overhead position. Only the feet may touch the ground during the lift. The barbell must come to full lockout overhead, with the hips, knees and arms fully extended, and the bar directly over the middle of the body. The rep is credited once the athlete has reached lockout.


Bar Muscle-Ups

The athlete must begin with or pass through a hang below the bar, with arms fully extended and feet off the ground. Kipping the muscle-up is acceptable, but pull-overs, rolls to support, and glide kips are not permitted. No portion of the foot may rise above the lowest part of the bar during the kip. The athlete must pass through some portion of a dip before locking out over the bar.


-Pro/RX Teams: Athletes must complete at least 3 bar muscle-ups themselves. Athletes are allowed to run back and have their same gender partner complete this movement for them. This is the only movement this option is available for. If this is done, the athlete completing the BMU must still run back to their start position to start their next round.


Pull-up

The athlete must start each rep with their arms fully extended and their feet off the ground. The rep is credited when the athlete’s chin clearly comes above the bar. Double overhand grip is the only grip style permitted. Wearing hand protection (gymnastics-style grips, gloves, etc.) is permitted, but taping the bar or any substances added to the hand or to the bar other than chalk is not permitted. (liquid chalk is permitted)

-Open Teams: Athletes must complete at least 6 pull-ups themselves. After at least 6 of the reps have been completed, athletes are allowed to run back and have their same gender partner complete the rest of the movement reps for them. This is the only movement this option is available for. If this is done, the athlete completing the pull-up must still run all the way back to their start position to begin their next round.


Handstand Walk

Kick up with both hands (entire hand, including palm and fingers) BEHIND the mark of the segment being attempted. Stepping over the line or landing with the hands on or over the line is a “NO REP.” Athletes must walk forward. Coming down from the hands at any time requires a restart from behind the last line (5 foot increment) successfully crossed. A rep is credited when both hands, including palms and fingers, cross the line before the feet touch the ground. Each 5-foot increment will count as 1 rep. Must handstand walk across the line. Jumping both hands over the line to finish a section is not allowed.


Overhead Kettlebell walk

Any form of ground to overhead is acceptable when getting the kettlebell overhead. Feet must start completely BEHIND the mark of the segment being attempted. Stepping over the line before the kettlebell is at full extension will be considered a “NO REP.” Athletes must walk forward. Bringing the kettlebell out of full extension at any time requires a restart from behind the last line (5 foot increment) successfully crossed. A rep is credited when both feet, including heels and toes, cross the line before the kettlebell comes down. Each 5-foot increment will count as 1 rep. Must walk across the lines. Jumping over the line to finish a section is not allowed.


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