Workout 11.2 Demo

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if i was her judge, i don't think i would have counted a lot of those push ups. lifting hands at the bottom and having your chest and legs lift off at the same time is MUCH harder than even a slight delay in the hips and legs lifting off the ground..makes a world of difference

Posted at 11:22 PM PDT on March 30, 2011

Of all the video's submitted to date only one has recieved the thumbs up from the majority of those who viewed it. I watched a couple on youtube that must have been validated at the box where there are two atheletes side by side doing the wod and you would swear one was told to do it right and the other to use bad form on the push ups. While I have no doubt in my mind what the right thing to do is when I attempt the wod tomorrow I have doubts that everyone will and my score will suffer for it. I am not a contender just would like to know where I stand on a level playing field.

Posted at 7:18 PM PDT on March 30, 2011

I'm noticing this on the submissions I've watched where it's not full on 'worming' and not quite strict form. There also seem to be a lot of missed reps on the 12th press up where people are getting straight up from the press up to standing. It's gets much more noticeable later on in workouts.

Posted at 4:26 PM PDT on March 30, 2011

Can we define "worming" please. I just did the workout, i got a low score, then watched the demo. I completed the push ups with much more strict form. Worming is too subjective. PLEASE SET A DEFINITION!!! I have to judge multiple people tonite and throughout the week and I don't know what to do.

What about this..

"Worming"- When the athletes chest leaves the ground and there is still ANY contact with the knees whatsoever.

Give us something cut and dry. Either "good rep" or "no rep". I can tell you right now there will be people who crush my score either way, but many of them will do it with their knees on the floor. More importantly, how strict do I hold my athletes tonite? Do I just say "as long as its not real bad its ok"? cause that seems to be the pattern and I dont know what to do. As a box owner I would love if HQ could please chime in.

Thank you.

Posted at 3:17 PM PDT on March 30, 2011