Endurance Movements

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Double Unders

A Double Under is a movement requiring a jump rope where the competitor holds said jump rope with a handle in each hand. The competitor will then spin the jump rope around while jumping and be required to have the jump rope pass under their feet twice while remaining in air. Each time the competitor jumps the rope must pass under their feet twice.

Common faults for Double Unders that may result in a non-counted repetition may include: failing to pass the rope under their feet twice during a jump; tripping or stepping on the rope halting its progress; or if the rope only passes under the competitor’s feet once before their feet return to the ground.


Shuttle Run

A Competitor must designate two markers measured at a distance of 30 feet (30’) apart.  The markers must be objects that will not be moved at all during the competition workout. The competitor will begin a repetition by making contact with their hand with either of the markers, and the repetition will be completed after the competitor traverses the 30’ distance and touches the opposite marker with either hand. A single repetition is one 30’ increment of distance. A competitor may pivot on either foot when changing direction between repetitions and may contact the distance marker with either hand to begin and finish a repetition. Examples of appropriate markers that may be utilized can be a pylon, plyometric box, kettlebell, frame of a squat rack, etc., so long as the marker does not move during the competition workout.

Common faults that may result in a non-counted repetition may include: the competitor failing to touch the distance marker with their hand to signify the start and end of each repetition (touching the marker with the feet does not count); or if a distance marker moves at all during the workout.


Row

The rower used must be a Concept 2 brand Rowing Erg. The competitor must remain seated the entire duration of the row and may not leave the rower until the specific meter count, or calorie count is completed.

Common faults that may result in a non-counted repetition for rowing may include: using a brand of rower other than Concept 2 brand Rowing Erg; not remaining seated until completion of required work; manipulating the monitor at any point while rowing.


Single Unders

A Single Under is a movement requiring a jump rope where the competitor holds said jump rope with a handle in each hand. The competitor will then spin the jump rope around while jumping and be required to have the jump rope pass under their feet once while remaining in air. Each time the competitor jumps the rope must pass under their feet once.

Common faults for Single Unders that may result in a non-counted repetition may include: failing to pass the rope under their feet once during a jump; tripping or stepping on the rope halting its progress; or if the rope only passes under the competitor’s feet more than once before their feet return to the ground.