2016 Qualifier Workout #2 – “Cluster’s Last Stand”

Click HERE for a printable PDF with a scorecard, complete workout description, and  information on standards of movement and how to enter your score.

MEN/WOMEN OPEN RX’D, MEN/WOMEN MASTERS 35-49:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

50 Double Unders

20 Clusters (115/75)

50 Double Unders

15 Clusters (135/95)

50 Double Unders

10 Clusters (155/105)

50 Double Unders

  5 Clusters (185/125)

 

MEN/WOMEN OPEN SCALED:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

150 Single Unders

20 Clusters (95/65)

150 Single Unders

15 Clusters (115/75)

150 Single Unders

10 Clusters (125/85)

150 Single Unders

  5 Clusters (135/95)

 

MEN MASTERS 50s:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

50 Double Unders

20 Clusters (95)

50 Double Unders

15 Clusters (105)

50 Double Unders

10 Clusters (115)

50 Double Unders

  5 Clusters (125)

 

WOMEN MASTERS 50s:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

150 Single Unders

20 Clusters (55)

150 Single Unders

15 Clusters (65)

150 Single Unders

10 Clusters (75)

150 Single Unders

  5 Clusters (85)

 

MEN/WOMEN MASTERS 60+:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

150 Single Unders

20 Clusters (75/45)

150 Single Unders

15 Clusters (95/55)

150 Single Unders

10 Clusters (105/65)

150 Single Unders

  5 Clusters (115/75)

 

MEN/WOMEN TEENS:

For time, with a 15-minute time cap:

50 Double Unders

20 Clusters (75/45)

50 Double Unders

15 Clusters (95/55)

50 Double Unders

10 Clusters (105/65)

50 Double Unders

  5 Clusters (115/75)

 

ADAPTIVE ATHLETES:

Adaptive athletes should contact Tony Kubitschek at crossfitstation@yahoo.com or (208) 841-4757 for specific movement substitutions.

Equipment Notes

  • Please note that a women’s 15 kg bar counts as 35# and a men’s 20 kg bar counts as 45#.
  • Athletes are limited to a single barbell for this workout. As the cluster weight increases, athletes must load/unload their own plates without help.  Athletes may begin with their opening weight loaded on the barbell.
  • Jump rope must be ON THE GROUND when you start the clock for the workout.

Movement Standards

ClustersThis movement is a combination of a clean and a thruster.  The barbell begins on the ground with your opening weight loaded on the bar.  You then perform the first part of a clean.  On the clean, you must achieve a full squat with hips below the top of the knees in the bottom position.  Receiving the barbell in the bottom of the squat is not required; a power or split clean followed by a front squat is permitted.  Using a ball, box, or other object to check for proper depth is not allowed.  You finish the movement by moving from the bottom of the squat into a thruster.  This is a standard barbell thruster in which the barbell moves from the bottom of the front squat to full lockout overhead.  This must be done in a single, continuous movement; athlete cannot pause standing with the barbell in the front rack position before pressing it overhead.  The barbell must come to a full lockout overhead with the hips, knees and arms fully extended, and the bar directly over the body.  After achieving lockout, the barbell must be returned to the ground for the next rep.

Double UndersJump rope begins on the ground!  Athlete may not begin the workout holding their jump rope!  Standard double under in which 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.

Single UndersJump rope begins on the ground!  Athlete may not begin the workout holding their jump rope!  Standard single under in which the rope passes under the feet once for each jump.  The rope must spin forward for the rep to count.  Only successful jumps are counted, not attempts.

Note:  Any uncommon movement or equipment used to alter the accepted standard or range of motion is disallowed.  Athletes with physical limitations in a specific range of motion may be granted an exception on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of event organizers.  However, this is a very rare occurrence and must be approved prior to the athlete completing the workout.

 Scoring / Submitting Your Score

You must use a judge to ensure full range of movement (see Movement Standards) and successful completion of all reps.  Have a CrossFit Level 1 certified trainer validate your score.  Your score will be the time it takes you to complete all reps.  If you don’t complete all of the reps within the time cap, your score will be the time cap (15 minutes) plus a second for each rep not completed.  Please fill out the attached scorecard and keep it for the duration of the competition in case of inquiry.

 

You must submit your score before 5:00 pm Mountain Time on Wednesday, August 3, 2016.  Late scores will not be accepted–no exceptions!  If you miss the deadline, you will remain in the competition, but receive a “zero” score for the workout.  We are using a new online scoring system this year.  Here’s how to submit your score:

  1. When you registered via wodRocket, you created a User ID and password. Using this User ID and password, log in at wodRocket.com.
  2. Go to the Crosstown Throwdown Leaderboard.
  3. Search for your name and click the “Edit” link to submit your score. This functionality will be activated during each workout score submission period (Saturday morning through Wednesday at 5 PM Mountain Time).
  4. DO NOT INCLUDE TENTHS! Even if your time was 10:15.6, enter your time as 10:15.0.  Any score that is entered with tenths of a second will be modified by event organizers during or after the score submission period.
  5. Log out after submitting your score.
  6. NOTE: DO NOT change or enter your score for the first online qualifier workout.  Participants who alter a previously entered score or enter a new score after the score submission period for that workout may be disqualified at the discretion of event organizers!

Please note that there is NO tiebreak time required for this workout.  (This functionality is not available yet in WodRocket.)  You may reach a “stopper” in this workout and tie with numerous other athletes.  Every rep counts!  If you get even one rep at a heavy thruster weight, it’ll help you in the rankings!

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