Online Qualifier
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Competition Age

For time:
  30 snatches, 135 lb.
  30 strict handstand push-ups

Time cap: 6 minutes

  • NOTES

    Prior to starting this workout, a box measuring 36 inches wide and 24 inches deep must be marked on the floor in front of the wall where strict handstand push-ups will be performed.

    The workout begins with the barbell on the floor and the athlete standing tall. After the call of “3, 2, 1… go,” the athlete will perform 30 snatches before moving to the wall to complete 30 strict handstand push-ups.

    The athlete’s score is the time it takes to complete the workout or the total number of repetitions completed within the 6-minute time cap. Scores must be recorded using elapsed time. Do not use a countdown timer.

    There is no tiebreak for this workout.

    EQUIPMENT

    • Barbell
    • Plates to load to the appropriate weight for your division*
    • Collars
    • Measuring tape
    • Floor marks for the strict handstand push-up box

    *The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are 61 kg (135 lb.), 43 kg (95 lb.), and 29 kg (65 lb.).

    For each workout, be sure the athlete has adequate space to safely complete all the movements. Clear the area of all extra equipment, people, or other obstructions.

    Any athlete who in any way alters the equipment or movements described in this document or shown in the workout standards video may be disqualified from the competition.

    VIDEO SUBMISSION STANDARDS

    Prior to starting, film the plates and barbell to be used so the loads can be seen clearly. Also film the measuring process for the box for the strict handstand push-ups. For divisions that require an elevated handstand push-up, film the measuring process for the 5-inch elevation.

    All video submissions should be uncut and unedited in order to accurately display the performance. A clock or timer with the running workout time should be clearly visible throughout the entire workout. Shoot the video from an angle so all exercises can be seen clearly meeting the movement standards. Videos shot with a fisheye lens or similar lens may be rejected due to the visual distortion these lenses cause.