7 rounds of overhead squats with a pull-up tie breaker
- Each round is 2 min, no rest between rounds. Your rest is the remaining time per round.
- You get two attempts per round to make ONE successful lift. If you make your first lift, you do not attempt a second lift in that round.
- Your score is the cumulative number of LBS you lift over the 7 rounds. (The max number of successful lifts is 7. Do not do multiple lifts in a single round)
- Start each round with the bar on the rack.
- You may start at any weight you like, but you must go up by a minimum of 5 lbs each round (unless you fail the lift twice in one round, then remain at that weight [for the following round]).
- In round 7, once you complete your lift (or fail twice, or decide not to attempt), use the remaining time in the round to do max pull-ups. You do not have to re-rack the bar before going to pull-ups.
-Pull-ups are strictly for tie breaking and will not add to the total weight. For example, if you lift 800 lbs and do 20 pull-ups, you will still rank below someone who lifts 805 lbs and does no pull-ups.
- ATHLETES MAY NOT GET ASSISTANCE WITH RE-RACKING THE BAR OR CHANGING WEIGHTS.
- SCALED PULL-UPS WILL NOT COUNT TOWARDS THE TIE BREAKER.