The Workout has been announced! but there is an initial wrinkle…With everyone signed up for the Intramural Open and Friday Night Lights it would take between 5 and 7 hours to get everyone through the WOD. So this is what we’re going to do: Stationary OH Lunges for everyone not officially signed up with HQ for the Open. Prior to the WOD we’ll have you OH lunge 25 ft and count how many lunges it was, then we’ll do that number in place of the 25′ walking lunge. I appreciate everyone’s understanding and know that if you really want to compare to the official 16.1 you have more than enough opportunities in Open Gym to do this workout rx’d. If you have questions please shoot me an email or fb message.
Intramural Open Rules and Procedures
You have from Thursday Night to the Following Wednesday to do the WOD. The Official event will be Friday Night at 6:30PM and attendance will earn you extra points. If you do the WOD at an Open gym you need a judge to count your reps and hold you to the standards of each movement.
Top 5 Scores Men and Women – +5pts
Rx the workout – +1pts
Do the workout – +.5pts
Workout at FNL – +1pts
Coach’s Challenge – +1-3pts
Do every Open WOD before the next is announced – +3pts
Each week at FNL 1 athlete from each team will throwdown against 1 athlete from each of the other teams. An athlete may throwdown only once. Each throwing down athlete will receive 2pts for their team plus 5->1pt for how they finish compared to the other throwdowners. Points are in addition pts listed above.
WODs will be appropriately scaled for age and ability. Fewer points, .5pt less, will be given so there is an incentive to push a little further and do it rx’d, especially if you think you’ll be outside the top 5 anyway. We will make every effort to keep athletes from over scaling to try and win. If this becomes a blatant problem, like an athlete chooses single jumps because their double unders just aren’t that great, the athlete will be ineligible to score finishing points for their team.