Or, any other possibility (if there is one) to enter an affiliate score?
If I’m not mistaken, the only affiliate that has a “weight” category is Oak Lawn CrossFit – which you will need to pay extra to register at. I know we recently had issues with OLCF changing their online system and requiring affiliates to register as such if they wanted the results considered. You can still compete as an unaffiliated athlete however, using Oak Lawn as your affiliate for this meet. If you want an additional layer of insurance against scoring snafus, it may be worth looking into what sponsorship opportunities might exist through other WODFit affiliates and how those might help offset costs. Neither Jeremy or I have used The Arnold or Reebok yet ourselves so maybe we can point people in the direction of some resources should this benefit appeal to anyone else… good luck! 🙂
What Do You Have To Finish In At Crossfit To Make It To Region?
That is a really good question, and the answer varies from gym to gyms depending on how much each coach can do to help us out. I use this formula for determining competition eligibility: 75% of the workout must be completed in order to finish at regionals. The training still needs to be substantial, because you will need to make great physical progress over the 6 weeks leading up to Regionals if you are going there with minimal experience (i.e., not doing affiliate work or infrequent competing.) So if I could only do 8 reps on an exercise like Deadlift today, that would count as 10 reps in our workouts towards my regionals total. If I hit two PRs in 6 weeks throughout across all lifts then I go into regions. All exercises that are part of our workouts count toward these totals! Doing just one movement per series counts as 5 reps–the more movements we throw at people, the more ST recovery they get before doing another movement in their next series! Basically, your ST recovery takes precedent over recovery between movements even when you do different types of strength training outside of Crossfit–this makes sense when you consider what happens after intense stretching during our GHD class… but that’s another blog topic… 😉 Some gyms might take away 1-2 reps from your total if your numbers are “a little low” but don’t feel like they will hurt you by any means. Then again some coaches may
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