200 toes-to-bars, while both barbells are held overhead
200 shoulders-to-overheads (135 / 95 lb.), while 2 teammates hang from the pull-up bar
At the call of “3, 2, 1 ... go,” one athlete will jump onto the pull-up bar and begin performing toes-to-bars. Meanwhile, two other teammates will lift both barbells to the overhead position and hold them there. In order for the toes-to-bars to count, both barbells must be locked out overhead for the duration of the rep. The 200 toes-to-bars may be divided however the team likes, but only one athlete can be performing them at a time, and each athlete must complete at least 25 reps.
After all 200 toes-to-bars are complete, the team will complete a total of 200 shoulders-to-overheads. This time for the reps to count, two of the teammates must be hanging from the pull-up bar. Only one athlete may perform shoulders-to-overheads at a time, and each athlete must complete at least 25 of the 200 reps. Racks are not permitted.
The team’s score is the total time to complete the workout.
*The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are 61 / 43 kg for Rx’d and 34 / 25 kg for Scaled.
Video Submission Standards
Prior to starting, film the barbells and all plates to be used so the loads can be seen clearly. All video submissions should be uncut and unedited in order to accurately display the performance. A second person with a stopwatch should be in the frame throughout the entire workout. Shoot the video from an angle so all exercises can be clearly seen meeting the movement standards.
1 of 6Every repetition of the toes-to-bar starts with the athlete hanging at full extension and the heels behind the vertical plane that the pull-up bar creates. The repetition is counted when both feet touch the pull-up bar at the same time between the hands. As long as the feet make contact inside the hands, any grip is permitted. The athlete may make contact with any portion of the foot. In order for the toes-to-bar reps to count, two other teammates must hold barbells over their heads with their elbows straight. A man must hold the 135-lb. bar and a woman must hold the 95-lb. bar.2 of 6Toes-to-Bar Finish Position3 of 6Each rep of the sit-up begins with the athlete’s back in contact with the floor, their knees bent with their feet anchored and their hands touching the floor above their head. At the top, the athlete will sit up so their chest makes contact with their thighs and their hands touch their feet. AbMats are permitted. In order for the sit-up reps to count, two other teammates must hold barbells over their heads with their elbows straight. A man must hold the 75-lb. bar and a woman must hold the 55-lb. bar.4 of 6Sit-Up Finish Position5 of 6Every repetition of the shoulders-to-overhead must have the barbell begin in the front-rack position and finish fully locked out overhead. This means the arms, hips, and legs are extended and the bar is over the center of the athlete's body when viewed from profile. In order for the shoulders-to-overhead reps to count, two other teammates must be hanging from the pull-up bar.6 of 6Shoulder-to-Overhead Finish Position