Capital Region Rumble - Event 1 Details

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Registration Fee: $220/team

Registration Link (Rx Team): READY TO RUMBLE RX!

Registration Link (Scaled Team): READY TO RUMBLE SCALED!

Registration Link (Masters Team): READY TO RUMBLE MASTERS!

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EVENT 1: Showcase Showdown

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Event 1 Breakdown - "Showcase Showdown"

1.1 - Partner 1 works from 0:00 to 5:00
21-15-9 Power Cleans + HSPU; then max burpees in remaining time

Scoring - Total reps completed at 5:00
Tie-Breaker - Time at the completion of the last full round.

Movement Standards:
I. Power Cleans - Each power clean starts on the ground and finishes in the front rack position with the knees and hips fully extended. Both elbows must be visible in front of the bar at extension.

IIa. Handstand Push-Ups - The athlete's palms must stay within a 36" wide by 18" deep tape box on a cushioned mat. The start and finish of each rep are the same locked-out handstand position in which both feet are touching the wall and a straight profile from hands, elbows, shoulders, hips and knees. During the rep, the athlete must lower the top of their head and make contact with the floor. The athlete may kip this movement. Control in the finish position of each rep must be demonstrated.

IIb. Push Press (Scaled Division) - The push press will be the scaled movement in place of handstand push-ups. The weight and barbell are the same as the power clean. The bar starts below the athlete's chin and ends in a locked out position overhead where a straight line can be visible from the side profile as viewed by the judge. Knees, hips, shoulders and elbows are all locked out. No push jerks or split jerks are permitted. Once the leg drive is executed, the knees and hips must remain locked out until the bar reach shoulder/elbow lockout.

1.2 - Partner 2 works from 5:00 to 10:00
3 min max calories on bike + 2 min max box jump overs

Scoring - The total of calories accumulated on the bike and box jump overs completed.
Tie-Breaker - The number of calories accumulated on the bike.

Movement Standards:

I. Bike - The athlete must remain on the bike until the 3-minute mark of 1.2.

IIa. Box Jump Overs - The athlete starts on one side of the box. With a two-foot takeoff, the athlete must get both feet on top of the box. The athlete is not required to stand up on the box. The athlete can step or jump down, but both feet must touch the ground on the opposite side of the box for the rep to count.

IIb. Box Jump Over (Scaled) - The same standards as Rx and Masters with the option to step up onto the box.

1.3 - Partner 3 works from 10:00 to 15:00
5 minute AMRAP of 5 BMU + 15KBS

Scoring - Total reps completed.
Tie-Breaker - Time at last completed round.

Movement Standards:

Ia. Bar Muscle Up - The athlete must start hanging on the pull-up bar with feet behind the vertical plane with both arms and shoulders extended. The movement finishes with the athlete reaching elbow lockout on the top of the bar. The feet must not exceed the height of the pull-up bar at any point during the movement. During each consecutive rep, the feet must break the vertical plane during the kip.

Ib. Chest-To Bar Pull-Ups (Masters) - The athlete must start hanging on the pull-up bar with feet behind the vertical plane with both arms and shoulders extended. The movement ends when the athlete's chest, at a point below the collarbone, makes clear and obvious contact with the bar.The feet must not exceed the height of the pull-up bar at any point during the movement. During each consecutive rep, the feet must break the vertical plane during the kip. Kipping is not required.

Ic. Chin-Over-Bar Pull-Ups (Scaled) - The athlete must start hanging on the pull-up bar with feet behind the vertical plane with both arms and shoulders extended. The movement ends when the athlete's chin clearly breaks the horizontal plane of the bar. The feet must not exceed the height of the pull-up bar at any point during the movement. During each consecutive rep, the feet must break the vertical plane during the kip. Kipping is not required.

II. Kettlebell Swings - An American-style kettlebell swing starts with the kettlebell in a hang position below the waist and ends directly overhead with the knees, hips shoulders and elbows extended in a straight line observable by the judge from the side profile. Elbows can be bent in the hang position.

1.4 - Partner 4 works from 15:00 to 20:00
75 WB then max rope climbs in remaining time

Scoring - Total reps.
Tie-Breaker - Time at completion of wall balls.

Movement Standards:

I. Wall Balls - With the ball held above the waist at all times, the athlete will perform a squat to full depth. Full depth is defined as the hip crease below a parallel line extended from the top of the knee. The movement will finish when the ball strikes the wall above the target line. The men's target is 10 feet high and the women's target is 9 ft high.

IIa. Rope Climbs - The movement starts with the athlete on the ground and ends when both hands return below an 8-foot tape mark. For the rep to count, the athlete must touch at or above a 15-foot tape mark on the rope.

IIb. Rope Lowers (Scaled) - The athlete starts with arms and shoulders extended overhead with both hands on the rope. A tape mark will be placed just below the hands that the athlete will have to hit with both hands for each consecutive rep to count. The athlete will be required to keep their feet within a designated area at the base of the rope at all times during the rep. The lower must be performed using a hand-under-hand action. Sliding down the rope is not permitted. The athlete's back must make the first contact with the floor at the bottom of the rep. If the athlete's butt touches first the rep will not count and has to be repeated from the top. The athlete can rest on the floor but cannot move from this position until the rep is completed. If the rep is unable to be completed, the athlete may take a break and start over from the top. Teammates are allowed to spot but cannot make any contact with the athlete during the rep.

Karen Southwick