Remix 1

November

Week 2 of 3    |    November 13th, 2019

Score submissions Open November 13th at 5pm PST, and close November 20th, 2019 at 1700 PST

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Competition Workout 3

"Remix 1"

Advanced Divisions

As Many Repetitions as Possible in 12:00 of:

42 Double Unders
15 Ground to Overhead
9 Handstand Push-Ups

Men: 95 lb Barbell | Women: 65 lb Barbell

Intermediate Divisions

As Many Repetitions as Possible in 12:00 of:

42 Single Unders
15 Ground to Overhead
9 Handstand Push-Ups

Men: 65 lb Barbell | Women: 45 lb Barbell

Remix 1 begins with a timer counting up or down to 12:00. Once the timer begins the competitor follows the movement patter listed above and completes as many rounds and repetitions as possible until the time has elapsed. The competitor's score is the total amount of repetitions completed. Each completed round is worth 66 Repetitions. Please see movement standards listed below in order to ensure your score will be validated with your video submission.

The "Remix" workouts were made to be a different variety of workout utilizing the movements that are seen from the first three open workouts. Hopefully you enjoy these new versions!

If you are competing in Constant Competitor's Advanced Division, follow the standards for Rx competitors.

If you are competing in Constant Competitor's Intermediate Division, follow the standards for Scaled competitors.

Good Luck, and Have Fun!

 

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Movement Standards

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.

Clean and Jerk

The Ground to Overhead is a barbell movement requiring the competitor to bring the bar from the ground to a overhead position, with the legs and arms at full extension (elbows, knees, and hips at lock-out). The barbell must start on the ground for each repetition, and the competitor can achieve a front rack position by catching the load in either a power (partial squat, or full squat movement). The athlete can bring the load from shoulder to overhead in any way they wish with a strict press, push press, push jerk, or split jerk. Alternatively, the competitor may choose to perform a snatch and skip the front rack position, bringing the barbell directly from the ground to the overhead position. In either case, a repetition will be counted once the barbell reaches clear stabilization overhead.

Common faults that may result in a non-counted rep include: the competitor not returning their feet to a stable position at approximately hip width upon completion of the overhead lockout; the weight not clearly locked out in the overhead position; and finally, if the arms, hips or knees are not clearly locked out when the weight is overhead at the completion of the movement.

 

Hand-Release Push-Up

The Hand-Release Push-Up is a bodyweight movement requiring the competitor to start in a plank position, with their feet and hands touching the ground; legs and arms are extended, feet are hip width or narrower, hands shoulder width apart. From this position the competitor will lower themselves to the ground, being sure that their hips and chest come into contact with the ground. Once touching the ground, the competitor will briefly lift both hands up, and then return them to the ground to push themselves back into the position they had started in. Performing the movement described above constitutes a single repetition.

Common faults that may result in a non-counted repetition for hand-release push-ups include: if the competitor does not keep a plank-like position during the movement and they "worm" up or down; if the competitor fails to touch their hips or chest to the ground at the bottom of the movement; if the competitor fails to briefly lift up both hands from the ground at the bottom of the movement; if the competitor fails to have arms and legs positioned correctly as described above in the movement standard; if the competitor fails to keep their legs extended, or their knees come into contact with the ground during the upward position; or finally, if the competitor does not initiate their first consecutive repetition from the up position.

Handstand Push-Ups

The Handstand Push-Up begins with the Competitor achieving a handstand position against the wall with their hands within a 3' wide and 2' deep box. The Competitor's back and buttocks are not allowed to touch wall at the beginning or end of a repetition. The competitor must then lower their head to the ground and then press out back to the handstand position which they started at. The competitor's hands must remain inside the 3' x 2' box the entire time with the exception of the finger tips. Furthermore, the competitors legs must be at full extension at the beginning and end of each repetition, with only the heels touching the wall, and legs shoulder width apart.

Common faults that may result in a non-counted repetition for Handstand Push-Ups may include: Not maintaining hands within the 3' x 2' box throughout the movement; if the competitors back or buttocks touch the wall at the beginning or end of a repetition; if the competitor's head doesn't touch the ground when lowering themselves during the repetition; if the arms or legs fail to reach extension at the beginning and end of each repetition; if the legs are greater than shoulder width apart at the conclusion of a repetition.

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.

Video Submission Standards

For competitors that are submitting a video of their effort the competitor must begin the video by stating their name and the name of the competition workout(s) they are completing. Next, the competitor must show all weights and measurements, clearly demonstrating and focusing on the numeric value so the specific weight and measurement can be clearly viewed.

The athlete and any implements, which in these videos will require a 3' wide and 2' deep space for handstand push-ups, a barbell loaded to the weight specific to their division, and a jump rope. A timer that is counting up or down to the specific time interval must be visible at all times throughout for each specific workout. It is recommended to utilize an application (such as WeTime) that has a built-in timer on the video interface. The video recording may not be edited and must be one continuous recording. It is recommended that the video recording device be mounted as opposed to having an individual moving it around and possibly causing and required implement, or the competitor to come out of the frame during the video which may render the video invalid for scoring purposes.

If any of these standards are not met the video is subject to being invalidated. An invalidated video may result in a score not qualifying for a prize, so it is crucial that these standards are met. If you have any additional questions, please contact support@constantcompetitor.com prior to attempting this workout to ensure all required standards are met.