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20 May 2017

Rules Updates: FOTB 2017

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Several rules have been updated for Sunday’s competition. Below is a brief summary of the changes; for more information, check out the complete rules.

  • “Shredder” – The bar must be re-racked after the 20 Back Squats have been completed; it may not be dropped or the final rep will constitute a no rep.
  • “Shredder” – A tiebreak time will be taken upon completing the twentieth rep (so faster is better at the same load). For those athletes who do not complete twenty reps, they will rank below all scores of 20 reps in the order of their total load lifted (weight multiplied by reps).
  • “Wishbone” – The bar must be controlled until it passes the hips in the Shoulder to Overhead; if the bar is dropped before then, it will constitute a no rep.
  • “Wishbone” – Any grip is permitted for the Strict Pullups. The feet may not pass behind the vertical plane of the pullup bar.
  • “Krang” – Lunges (front rack and overhead) – the trailing knee must make contact with the ground on each step, and the hips must open after each lunge step. The 25 foot distance will be divided in 5 foot increments: this is the minimum distance to travel. If the athlete does not complete any given entire 5 foot segment unbroken, he/she must return to the previous line and continue from there. Both feet must pass the line for the lunge to count. 
  • “Krang” – The Front Rack for the Lunges has a different standard than in the Open: each dumbbell must be held in the hand, and one head and one head only must be in contact with each shoulder; neither the handle nor both heads may make contact.
  • “Krang” – The dumbbell(s) must be controlled back to the floor during the DB Snatches and DB OH/FR Lunges; if they are dropped from above the hips, it will constitute a no rep.
19 May 2017

FOTB 2017 Rules

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EVENT 3: “SHREDDER”

BACK SQUAT 20RM

TIME CAP: 4 min.

TIEBREAK: time of completion of last rep of 20RM (including barbell loading time).

 

  • The unloaded barbell begins in the rack and the athlete begins standing in front of the rack. At the call of “3-2-1-go,” the athlete will proceed to load the barbell to the weight of his/her choosing.
  • Back squat – barbell must be on the back rack. Athlete must break parallel (hip crease below knee joint) and stand with the knees and hips locked out for the rep to count.
  • The athlete must complete 20 good reps in the time limit without re-racking or dropping the bar for the attempt to count. The attempt is over and unsuccessful if: (1) the athlete drops the barbell before reaching 20 reps; (2) the athlete racks the bar before reaching 20 reps; (3) the clock beeps before the athlete reaches 20 reps.
  • The attempt is successful after 20 good reps are completed; time will be marked as a tiebreak upon completing the twentieth rep. The bar must be placed back in the rep. The bar may not be dropped at the end of the set, or it is a no rep and the athlete will end up with 19 reps.
  • Athletes may make as many attempts as they wish within the time limit. Only the heaviest successful attempt (20 reps in a single set) will count.
  • Scoring: athletes will place by highest weight lifted for 20 reps. Ties will be broken by time (i.e., a faster time places higher than a slower time at the same weight). All athletes who do not complete 20 reps in the time limit will automatically place below all athletes who complete the 20. They will be ranked according to total weight lifted (pounds X number of reps).

 

EVENT 4: “WISHBONE”

Rx

AMRAP 8 min.

600m Run

30 Shoulder to Overhead (115/75)

90 Double-Unders

Max Muscle-Ups (Men: Ring, Women: Bar)

Scaled

AMRAP 8 min.

600m Run

30 Shoulder to Overhead (75/55)

60 Lateral Jumps (over barbell)

Max Strict Pull-Ups

Masters

AMRAP 8 min.

600m Run

30 Shoulder to Overhead (95/65)

60 Double-Unders

Max Strict Pull-Ups

 

  • Athletes will begin by the door. At the call of “3-2-1-go,” they will run to the second speed bump, making contact with the ground with both feet on the other side of it, and then run back.
  • Score is the number of reps.
  • Tiebreak: the time will be marked for each athlete upon finishing the Double Unders/Lateral Jumps. This time will constitute a tiebreak for athletes who complete the same number of reps.
  • S2OH – the rep begins with the bar starting on the shoulders in the front rack, and the rep counts when the barbell is locked out overhead and there is a straight line from the barbell to the feet through the elbows, shoulders, and hips. Elbows and hips should be extended. Strict press, push press, or jerk of any kind are acceptable. Split jerk requires the athlete to bring the feet in line before lowering the bar.
  • S2OH – the bar may not be dropped from overhead or from the rack: it must be controlled until it is below the level of the hips. If it is dropped before then, that will constitute a no rep.
  • Muscle-ups – same standards as in the Open
  • Strict Pullups – these must be performed strictly, with no assistance from the lower body and no kipping. The arms must start extended and the chin must pass the plane of the bar. The legs must remain locked out at all times, or the rep will not count. The feet may not pass behind the vertical plane of the bar at any point in the pull-up. Any grip is permitted.
  • Lateral Jumps – athlete’s body must remain perpendicular to the bar at all times: that is, the athlete will never face the bar, and the closest body part will always be a shoulder. A two foot take-off and landing are required.

 

EVENT 5: “KRANG”

TIME CAP: 12 min.

Rx

10 HSPU

25” DB OH Walking Lunge (35/20)

7 Dead Start Deadlifts (300/200)

25” DB OH Walking Lunge

15 HSPU

25” DB OH Walking Lunge

5 Dead Start Deadlifts

25” DB OH Walking Lunge

20 HSPU

25” DB OH Walking Lunge

3 Dead Start Deadlifts

 

Scaled

20 OA DB Snatch (35/20)

25” DB Front Rack Walking Lunge (35/20)

7 Dead Start Deadlifts (225/155)

25” DB Front Rack Walking Lunge

30 OA DB Snatch

25” DB Front Rack Walking Lunge

5 Dead Start Deadlifts

25” DB Front Rack Walking Lunge

40 OA DB Snatch

25” DB Front Rack Walking Lunge

3 Dead Start Deadlifts

 

Masters

20 OA DB Snatch (35/20)

25” OA DB OH Walking Lunge* (35/20)

7 Dead Start Deadlifts (275/185)

25” OA DB OH Walking Lunge

30 OA DB Snatch

25” OA DB OH Walking Lunge

5 Dead Start Deadlifts

25” OA DB OH Walking Lunge

40 OA DB Snatch

25” OA DB OH Walking Lunge

3 Dead Start Deadlifts

*alternate arms on each walk

  • Deadlifts must be performed from a dead start, i.e. one by one, with no touch and go allowed.
  • Rx’d athletes will use two dumbbells for the Overhead Walking Lunges and Masters athletes will use one dumbbell.
  • Overhead Walking Lunge: the dumbbell(s) must be above the head and not touching the head.
  • Scaled athletes will use two dumbbells for the Front Rack Walking Lunges and a single dumbbell for the Snatches. For the front rack, each dumbbell must be held in the hand, and one head and one head only must be in contact with each shoulder; neither the handle nor both heads may make contact.
  • Lunges (front rack and overhead) – the trailing knee must make contact with the ground on each step, and the hips must open after each lunge step. Both feet must pass the line completely and the legs and hips must extend with the DB in its position for the lunge to count. The 25 foot distance will be divided in 5 foot increments: this is the minimum distance to travel to travel. If the athlete does not complete any given entire 5 foot segment unbroken, he/she must return to the previous line and continue from there.
  • DB Snatches – same standards as for the Open. Remember that the free hand/arm may not touch the body during the rep, or the rep will not count.
  • Masters must alternate arms each round of OA OH Walking Lunges, and must complete each round with the same arm they started with. For example, Athlete A starts the first round with the dumbbell in her left arm; she must then complete that round with that arm. She would then use her right for the second round, the left for the third, and so on.
  • Athletes must alternate arms on the DB Snatch.
  • The dumbbell(s) must be controlled back to the floor. If the dumbbell(s) is/are dropped from above the height of the hip, that will constitute a no rep.

EVENTS 1 & 2 WILL BE PERFORMED PRIOR TO THE COMPETITION.

  1. Athletes must perform Events 1 & 2 back to back.
  2. Athletes may perform the two events at any given class schedule or open box time from Monday, May 15th to Friday, May 19th.
  3. You MUST have a Coach as a judge.
  4. The Coach will fill out and keep your scoresheet. The Coach will give you a slip from the scoresheet with your results to keep, just in case.
  5. Scores will be UNDISCLOSED on our part until closing time on Friday.
  6. YOU MAY PRACTICE ALL YOU WANT BUT YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REPEAT THE EVENTS!! MAKE SURE you are ready when you ask to be officially judged.

EVENT 1: “IRVING”

Max Distance Broad Jump

3 Attempts

  • Athlete will start behind the take-off line. If the athlete moves past the take-off line and subsequently jumps, it is a no-rep and counts as an attempt. The athlete should “stick” the landing and wait for the judge to measure; measurements will be take in inches from the take-off line to the farthest point back of the athlete’s body that is touching the ground. This will be normally be one of the heels. If the athlete falls, it is a no-rep and counts as an attempt. If the athlete moves before the judge measures, it is a no-rep and counts as an attempt.
  • Three attempts, resting as needed between attempts.

EVENT 2: “3-HEADED MONSTER”

Back to back, in the following order:

AMRAP 3 min. MAX CAL ROW

AMRAP 3 min. MAX CAL BIKE

AMRAP 3 min. MAX CAL SKI

TOTAL TIME 9 min.

Score is the sum of the calories spent in each station.

  • The clock will be set to a 3 minute countdown. The judge will note down on the scoresheet the calories as displayed on the erg (i.e., rower, bike, or skier) when the clock beeps. There is no calorie rollover.
  • The clock is continuous, so it is up to the athlete to switch stations as quickly as possible. The athlete starts sitting on the rower but not gripping the handle.
  • The athlete should adjust the ergs as he/she prefers before starting (e.g., foot stretchers and damper on the rower, seat on the bike).
  • The order must be row, bike, ski.
  • The judge should turn the screens to the bike (“Start”) and the Ski Erg (any button) on before the athlete arrives at the station, though the athlete may do it.

01 May 2017

FOTB17 “MINDSET” COMPETITORS

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REGISTRATION IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED MAY 1, 2017. 

RX MEN

1.SAM GERRITY
2. FERNANDO FINOTTO
3. WILTON CASTELLANOS
4. OSCAR ORTEGANO
5. PAUL APPLETON
6. JOSE FLOREZ
7. JOHNNY WRIGHT
8. LESTER DIAZ
9. JULIO GARCIA
10. JEOMAR PAZ
11. JONATHAN TUNON
12. ERNESTO ALVAREZ
13. JOSE HERNANDEZ
14. RAFA FREILE

 

RX WOMEN

1. MAIRA CASIS
2. ANNIE FISH
3. SOPHIA ELETA
4. ALEXIS CHALEM
5. MARI CHIKITA
6. MELI ROZO
7. XIMENA FERNANDEZ
8. SIMI BENZADON
9. JENNIFER REGO
10. TANIA VALDERRAMA

11. MALENA ERASO

 

SC MEN

1. EDWIN TORIBIO
2. OSCAR DAZA
3. HOSSAME KREIDEH
4. DANIEL ELETA
5. EMERSON CEDENO
6. ALEX DIAZ
7. JAVIER ARJONA
8. CARLOS GARUZ
9. DIVESH PUNJABI
10. JOSE BROCE

 

SC WOMEN

1. MILI BARAHONA
2. ANDREA DEL BUSTO
3. VALENTINA POMPEO
4. SARA CRESPO
5. LAURIANE PEDRI
6. PAOLA SANCHEZ

 

MASTERS MEN

1. JOEY FALLAS
2. DAVID MIZRACHI
3. JESUS SAIZ
4. ERIC HYER
6. JOSE PIMENTEL

 

MASTERS WOMEN

1. CARLA MARTINELLI
2. MARIVI GONZALEZ
3. GABY SAIZ
4. ALMA GONZALEZ
5. DEBORA TRAJKOVIC
26 Jun 2016

2016 PTY LIFESTYLE CHALLENGE!!

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THE PTY LIFESTYLE CHALLENGE: Observable, Measurable and Repeatable

  • WHAT: a six week lifestyle challenge that aims to make positive changes and reinforce healthy habits in regards to nutrition, performance, recovery, and mindfulness within CrossFit PTY’s Community.
  • WHEN: sign-up and introductory workshop will be held on Saturday, July 30. The Challenge will officially start on Monday, August 1 and run to Saturday, September 10th. On July 30th, come prepared to stay a while for registration, measurements & pictures, introductory lecture and… Benchmarks!!!
  • WHY: because you are what you eat… and how you train… and how you rest… and what you think… and how you act. It’s about time to get it together… and all together.
  • HOW: we will establish baseline data and parameters to accumulate points across 6 weeks. We will establish strict nutritional and exercise guidelines. After 6 weeks, we will evaluate the impact of the challenge by reassessing data. There will be prizes at the end of the challenge based upon the best results according to parameters of the challenge.
  • COST: $30.00 this will include inscription to the 6 week PTY Lifestyle Challenge and a chance to win a variety of prizes and rewards for your hard work; participation in a closed group setting and exclusive access to resources (information, recipes, etc.); 3-4 Theoretical/Practical Workshops; a printed booklet containing key guidelines to ensure the success of your lifestyle change; measurements, monitoring, and data control.

We will be under the guidance and watchful eye of our very talented María Virginia González, PTY’s very own Health Coach and supporting staff.

Event 1: “PERRO CALLEJERO” (Rx and Scaled)

5km Row For Time

Tuesday, May 17 – Friday, May 20

Rules/Scoring:

  • Competitors MUST complete Event 1 between Tuesday, May 17 and Friday, May 20.
  • The score is the total time to complete the 5km row.
  • Official times MUST be turned in by FRIDAY, MAY 20, AT THE LATEST 7:00PM.
  • Official times MUST be emailed to:
      1. auritawright428@hotmail.com  OR
      2. ani@crossfitpty.com
  • A coach must be present to see the final rower screen and validate the time.  
  • ALL ROWERS MUST BE SET TO COUNT DOWN FROM 5000m!!!
  • Competitors must take a picture of their rower screen once concluded the 5km and have it on hand if called for. You may have a friend/Coach do this for you since you might be wiped out.
  • Athletes may not abandon the rower at any point during the 5km row and may not get off until the screen has marked down to zero meters.

Event 2: “Lion Complex” (Rx and Scaled)

3 min. to establish Max Weight lifted for the following consecutive movements:

1 Clean/Power Clean

1 Hang Squat Clean

1 Reverse Lunge Each Leg

1 Push Press

Rules/Movement Standards/Scoring:

  1. Athletes will have 3 minutes to load the barbell and perform the Lion Complex.
  2. Athletes are allowed to make as many attempts as needed within the three minute time frame
  3. There will be no partial credit for the complex. The total weight will be registered upon successful completion of all 5 repetitions: 1 Clean or Power Clean, 1 Hang Squat Clean, 1 Reverse Lunge left leg, 1 Reverse Lunge right leg, 1 Push Press.
  4. On the first repetition, a Squat Clean or Power Clean are allowed. Full extension is required before moving on the Hang Squat clean.
  5. The Hang Squat Clean must begin from the extended position after the first rep and may not pass below the knee on the hang portion of the movement. A full squat below parallel in the catch position is required. A distinctive Hang Power Clean to a Front Squat is not allowed. If you did not perform this correctly you may repeat this without starting over.
  6. The order in which you perform the lunge (left or right first) is up to you. The knee must touch the ground on the lunge. Two lunges on the same leg will not count as both legs. If you fail to touch the knee to the floor on the lunge, you may repeat the lunge without starting over.
  7. You must perform a correct Push Press NOT a Push Jerk!!! NO RE-BENDING OF THE KNEES ALLOWED AFTER HIP EXTENDS AND BARBELL LEAVES THE RACK POSITION. Full extension and control over the bar are required. The rep will be counted WHEN THE JUDGE CALLS IT (DO NOT DROP THE BAR PREMATURELY).
  8. Athletes MUST unload their barbell and place their plates back in the stack in which they were found when the three minute time frame is over.

Event 3: “Cat Back” (Rx and Scaled)

2 min. Max Reps of Deadlifts for total pounds (you choose your weight) IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED BY:

Event 4: “Junkyard Dog” (Rx and Scaled)

2min. Max Reps Double-Jump Burpees Over The Barbell

Rules/Movement Standards/Scoring:

  • Deadlifts: All normal Movement Standards apply as usual. The Deadlifts have to end at full extension of knees and hips, with shoulders behind the bar. You determine your weight/strategy. Athletes will have 1 minute to set up their  decided weight on the barbell before the start of the clock. Changing the weight during the 2 minute time frame is NOT allowed. Scoring: total reps multiplied by weight of your barbell (Example: 28 reps performed with 225 lbs on the bar is equal to a score of 6,300 points…28 x 225 = 6,300 lbs.)
  • Double-Jump BOTB: 1 rep is = 1 Burpee + 2 jumps (you return to the side of the barbell where you started your Burpee). The chest and thighs must touch the ground at the bottom. You must jump over the barbell with both feet and land on both feet. One-footed jumping or stepping over is not permitted. If an athlete fails to do the jump over the barbell correctly then he or she may repeat the jump without repeating the burpee. Full extension is not necessary.

Event 5: “Mary” The Goat

Rx:

AMRAP – 10 min.

5 HSPUs

10 C2B Pull-Ups

15 Pistols

Scaled:

AMRAP – 10 min.

5 S2OH (65/45)

10 Jumping Chest 2 Bars

15 Front Squats

Rules/Movement Standards/Scoring-Rx:

  • Handstand Push-Ups: the movement begins at the top of a handstand with the arms fully locked out, the heels on the wall, and the hands placed within the clearly marked area. The marked area will be 36″ wide by 24″ deep, and the palm of the hand must remain completely within the area (fingers may extend out of the box). At the bottom of each rep, the head touches the ground. At the top of each rep, the arms return to fully locked out with the heels on the wall and within the width of the marked area. Kipping is allowed. The feet do not need to remain in contact with the wall for the entire movement, but must touch the wall at the beginning and end of each rep.
  • Chest 2 Bar Pull-ups: this is a standard chest-to-bar pull-up. Dead hang, kipping or butterfly pull-ups are allowed, as long as all the requirements are met. The arms must be fully extended at the bottom. At the top, the chest must clearly come into contact with the bar below the collarbone. Any grip is allowed.
  • Pistols: athletes must alternate legs for each repetition. If at any point they cannot complete a repetition on a leg, they cannot alternate legs until a repetition has been completed on that leg. The pistol begins with the athlete standing and the hip fully open with the knee fully locked out on the squatting leg. The hip must pass below parallel at the bottom of the repetition, and the opposite foot (non-supporting leg) cannot touch the ground until the repetition is completed. The non-supporting foot must be in front of the supporting foot during the entire repetition. You may hold the foot of the opposite (non-supporting) leg with your hand while performing the pistol.

Rules/Movement Standards/Scoring-Scaled:

  • S2OH (Shoulder 2 Overhead): each rep begins with the barbell on the shoulders and finishes with the weight fully locked out overhead. Athlete must be in full extensions of the knees, hips, shoulders, elbows before descending the barbell for the next repetition. A Shoulder Press, Push Press, Push Jerk or Split Jerk may be used, as long as the elbow, shoulder, hips and knees fully are extended, and the bar finishes directly over the heels with the feet together. If a Split Jerk is used, the feet must be brought back together with the hips, knees and elbows fully extended before the repetition is completed.
  • Jumping Chest 2 Bar Pull-Up: the bar should be at least six inches above the top of the athlete’s head when standing tall. The athlete may need to use plates or other stable platforms to decrease the distance between the top of the head and the bar. At the bottom, the athlete must lower himself or herself so the arms are fully extended. At the top, the chest must clearly come into contact with the bar below the collarbone. Any grip is allowed.
  • Front Squat: the barbell must be held in the front rack position. At the bottom, the crease of the hips must pass below the height of the kneecap (below parallel). At the top, the knees and hips must be completely extended with the barbell in control. A full squat clean will count as a repetition as long as all the above requirements are met.

ONLY FIVE COMPETITORS MALE/FEMALE OF EACH CATEGORY WILL BE ALLOWED TO PASS TO THE FINAL EVENT.

Fittest of the Box is Saturday, May 21, 2016! 

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Felicidades a todas las personas que concluyeron el FOTB2016 Open o hicieron el intento por completar la mayoría!! Agradecemos su empeño y entusiasmo!! Para los Eventos 2 y 3 de la competencia, las personas que completaron el Open estarán en el segundo Heat de su categoría.

Por primera vez en la historia del Fittest, el primer Evento se realizará ANTES del día de la competencia. Es obligatorio y podrán escoger hacerlo entre martes y viernes de esa semana. Recomendamos hacerlo lo más temprano en la semana posible. Reglas y detalles serán anunciados próximamente. Anunciaremos los eventos del FOTB a finales de la otra semana.

May the force be with you!!

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19 Nov 2015

New CrossFit Level 1 Course Open!

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Reebok CrossFit PTY will be hosting a L1 CrossFit certificate course this coming January 30-31!

If you’ve always wanted to learn more about the CrossFit methodology, this is your opportunity. The two day course covers the method, terminology, fundamental movements, and how to coach them. Check out the course page for more info.

Sign up now to assure your spot!

27 Sep 2015

The PTY Co-ed Competition!!

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On October 17th, we’ll find out who’s the fittest male-female team in PTY!

  • If you’re competing, start practicing with your partner; you never know what’s going to come out of the hopper…
  • If you want to compete but don’t have a partner, there’s still time! Put your name and number up on the whiteboard and we’ll get you matched up. Registration deadline this Friday, Oct. 2
  • This competition is a Fundraiser for FANLYC! Relevo Por La Vida 2015 will be going on that day in Parque Omar. Competitors will be WODing por la la vida, your registration fee will be a donation to the cause. Please bring your family and friends to watch and make our contribution greater. #bemorehuman #WODporlavida2015
  • We are welcoming three guest judges, chief representatives of our Reebok CrossFit Community: Oyden Ortega (Briga), Hiram Cerezo (TTC), Andrés Danelutto (Nexo).
  • If you’re not going to compete but still want to to be involved, we need you! Good competitions always require good volunteers for judging, registration, equipment management, etc. Email Ani (ani@crossfitpty.com) to volunteer.

El 17 de octubre sabremos cual será la pareja más fit de PTY!!

  • Si vas a competir, practica con tu pareja!! Nunca se sabe lo que saldrá de la tolva…
  • Si quieres competir pero no tienes una pareja, todavía hay tiempo! Apunta tu nombre y numero en el tablero en PTY y nosotros los emparejaremos. Último día para registrarse es este viernes, 2 de octubre.
  • Ésta competencia recaudará fondos para FANLYC! Ese día es Relevo Por La Vida 2015 en Parque Omar. Los competidores estarán WODseando por la vida, y su inscripción será donación a la causa. Por favor lleva a tu familia y amigos a ver y aportar a la contribución. #bemorehuman #WODporlavida2015
  • Le damos la bienvenida a tres jueces invitados, representantes principales de nuestro Reebok CrossFit Community: Oyden Ortega (Briga), Hiram Cerezo (TTC), Andrés Danelutto (Nexo).
  • Si no vas a competir pero quieres colaborar, te necesitamos! Buenas competencias siempre requieren buenos voluntarios para juzgar, registrar atletas, manejar equipo, etc. Mandale a Ani un correo (ani@crossfitpty.com) para ser voluntario.

 

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