Athletes must have a total combined age of 70+ years.
A 34 year old can pair up with a 43 year old A 43 year old can pair up with a 64 year old A 20 year old can pair up with a 50 year old
The barbell must start on the floor. The athlete must bring the bar to the shoulders without assistance. Each rep begins with the barbell in the front rack position and the bar in contact with the torso.
The rep is credited when the barbell is fully locked out overhead with the athlete’s arms, hips, and legs extended. The feet must be in line under the body, and the bar must be over the center of the athlete’s body when viewed from profile. A press, push press, push jerk, or split jerk are all permitted as long as the athlete reaches the required finish position.
Box Jump/Step over:
There is no requirement to stand tall while on top of the box. A step on and over or jump over can be used. The athlete may jump on top of the box using a two-foot landing and then jump or step off to the other side, or the athlete may jump completely over the box. If jumping over the box, the feet must go over the box, not around it.
The barbell begins on the ground. The rep is complete when the athlete’s hips and knees are fully extended and the bar is resting on the shoulders in the front-rack position with the athlete’s elbows in front of the bar.
Burpee Over bar: The burpee must be performed perpendicular to and facing the barbell. The athlete may jump or step back to lie on the ground. The athlete’s head must be behind the barbell. The chest and thighs must touch the ground at the bottom. The hands and feet must remain inside the width of the plates at the bottom of the burpee. From this position, the athlete may step or jump to their feet. The athlete may then jump or step over the barbell. The rep is credited when both feet have touched the ground on the opposite side of the barbell. The athlete does not need to land with both feet at the same time. Before starting the next rep, the athlete must be perpendicular to and facing the barbell.