All the scores for the Workout Events must be submitted before the deadline time and date (24:00, 12 December 2020).
The top 10 athletes for just the RX’d MEN and RX’d WOMEN will need to submit a video of each workout by the deadline date.
RX Teams do not need to submit a video but if their individuals may fall in the top 10, then they need to submit a video as an individual!
Videos can be posted online through YouTube or Vimeo. The link can then be uploaded to a specified location.
All other categories except RX Men and RX WOMEN do not require a video but only an in-house judge to judge the scoring and movement standards!
Home-based category does not need to be judged, nor do they need to submit a video.
Scroll down for: Video Submission Judging and Video Submission Guidelines, Procedures for Video Recording and the Points Scoring used.
VIDEO SUBMISSION – JUDGING ONLINE (RX Men and Women only):
Your video will be judged to see if it upholds the video submission standards. If it does not uphold the video submission standards your video will be deemed “invalid” and your score will be zero.
Your video will be judged to see if your score is correct. If it is correct then your submission will be passed and your score will remain. If there are “no rep’s” relative to the the standards presented for the Workout Event, the number of “no reps” will determine the outcome:
- If there are <5 (i.e. 1-4) “no reps”, your score will be adjusted accordingly.
- If there are 5 or more “no reps” then your score can have 15% of the total reps deducted.
- If more than 15% of the reps are “no reps”, then all the “no reps” will be deducted from your score.
Blatant neglect for movement standards or “throwing” a Workout by not giving a valid performance effort in order to save energy to score higher in a later Workout, will not be tolerated and the score may be withdrawn in such cases.
The leaderboard will then be recalculated and re-ranked only after all the videos have been reviewed.
VIDEO SUBMISSION GUIDELINES (RX Men and Women only):
All competitors placing in the Top 10 for each Rx’d division must submit a video of their performance. All video submissions must be uncut and unedited in order to accurately display the Workout Event performance.
PROCEDURE FOR VIDEO RECORDING (RX Men and Women only):
Before starting, each athlete must introduce themselves indicating:
- their name
- their training facility’s name
- their country (i.e. SA/Namibia/Zimbabwe), and
- the Workout Event Name (i.e. Workout Event 2)
Prior to starting the Workout Event, film the bumper plates, barbell or any other apparatus to be used so the loads/heights/other criteria can be clearly seen. Some examples include wall ball load, box height, wall ball target height, etc (details with be provided in the Workout movement standards and details).
A second person scoring your Workout Event performance should be in the frame throughout the entire workout with a stopwatch/timing device. If they do not have a timing device, a clearly visible timer must be present at all times.
Shoot the video from an angle so all exercises can be clearly seen meeting the movement standards.
1st Place will receive 1 point, 2nd will receive 2 points etc. Athletes that tie on a workout will each receive the number of points for that position (I.e. 2 athletes on 3rd will each receive 3 points. The next athlete will then receive 5 pts.)
You may complete all the workouts Rx’d or Scaled, or in any combination.
Rx’d completed workouts always beat the Scaled alternative, and will be scored accordingly (I.e. The last Rx competitor, with 5 reps will come 100th if 100 athletes completed as Rx’d. The 1st scaled athlete will come in at 101, even though he has completed 150 reps).
The athlete with the lowest score or combination of scores wins a given Workout Event and the Competition respectively.
For the TEAM DIVISION…
Team positioning will be based on your 4 Team Members (Male 1, Male 2, Female 1, Female 2) finishes and subsequent points in each division.
I.e. Point scoring is based on your team members individual placings!
For example – 4 Members placing 1st and 5th for the Men and then 3rd and 10th for the Women in the RX division, get the following total score – 1+5+3+10 = 19 points. The lowest total points wins!
VERY NB – Team Captains will need to capture all their teams scores separately from their Individual Entry!