Masters 1. East Sac 2. Novato 3. Diablo 4. Rocklin 5. American River 6. Pleasanton 7. NorCal 8. 209 Sport 9. Level 10 10. Determination 11. WarriorZ 12. Centurion
Day 2 Events Team max snatch. With a one men's and one women's barbell, all team members total their max snatches in 8 minutes. Loose USAW standards, no press outs, bottoms of feet only may touch the ground, no dumping bar behind.
Rest 2 min
Team Yolk Carry 400m Open 1000#, Novice 850#, Masters 700#
Rest 2 min
Team Relay Murph (with 20# vests) Each member runs 400m You will rotate in that same order throughout the workout 100 Pull up 200 Push ups 300 Squats Each member runs 400m
One at a time working. Each athlete must attempt one rep when it is their turn. All sets are unbroken, so if you stop moving, the next person must go.
Unfortunately, making videos just didn't make the cut today. But the fairgrounds are pimped out and ready to rock! We will go over all of this in detail
with movement standards tomorrow morning at 8am.
Events Strongman Ladder
20 Stations, 35 sec to make 1 successful lift 10 sec to move on to next station
The lift order repeats as follows for 5 progressively heavier rounds (20 total stations)
1) Stone to Shoulder
2) Log Ground to Overhead
3) Tire Flip
4) Axel Deadlift and Hold 30 seconds (double overhand)
You're out when fail and completed stations is your score. Loads TBA in Opening Ceremonies
35 sec for max reps
10 sec to move on to next station
1) Muscle Ups (rings)
2) Alt. Candle Stick Roll to Pistol
3) Toes To Bar
4) Pirouettes 180°
5) Pull Ups
6) Cartwheels on 2x8 plank
7) Handstand Push Ups (kip allowed)
8) Superman Plank w/Chain
9) Bar Pull Overs
10) Handstand Hold
Higher skill movements are weighted higher than low skill.
4 Minutes Each for Max Rep
Shot Gun Start
1) Air Dyne for Cal (no standing)
2) Obstacle Climb Over and Under
3) Heavy Rope Double Under
4) Sandbag Shuttle Run
2 Minutes Max Power Cleans
You pick weight
(Reps x Range of Motion x Bar Weight)/Your Body Weight
Accuracy Floater (worth ½ event)
In 1 Minute, do 20 Burpees and Throw 5 Spears at Target
Score is value of spears plus time remaining on the clock when your 5th
The big event is next weekend and here is where we are at.
Stats 34 Open Teams 36 Novice Teams 26 Masters Teams
96 Total Teams! 382 Athletes!
86 Volunteers (keep them coming, we need at least 110!) click here
Only 100 Spectators pre-paid (tickets available at the door, same price. We will not sell out, there's plenty of room)
Event Details We have 5 Events planned for Saturday. Like last year, there are 3 main events which will all be running simultaneously with a defferent division at each. There are also 2 floaters.
WOD videos for day 1 will be posted to Facebook page some time on Friday.
We will be on the microphone at 8am opening things up, quickly walking thought the events and answering any questions. Heats will begin at 9am and the last heat will go off at 4:20. We hope to have finalists announced y 5:15. Top 12 teams per division will return for finals which will run from 8am to 12 noon the next day.
Volunteers Volunteer check in will be at 6:30am at the front gate. You guys will get a wristband, a shirt, and a beanie. It is very important you are on time, please try to be a few minutes early! As soon as you are checked in you will be assigned to an event, or other duty for the day and will head off to learn your jobs.
Your free guest will check in under your name at the front gate, and we will take care of feeding you on your scheduled breaks.
Spectators Spectators park at front gate. You may start entering at 7:15. If you pre-purchased tickets or someone else did for you, please just check in under the persons name who paid, you will not need paper tickets. Unlimited tickets will be available at the door. Adult Spectators are $15 for the entire weekend (no one day pricing) Children walking-12 years old are $5 CASH ONLY and NO ATMs ONSITE!
Food will be served by Beast Fuel BBQ. Food and beer will benefit RPAL, so drink up! Also there will be complimentary Pete's coffee for all.
Right now it looks like rain on Sunday, but be sure to be prepared for the worst!
Look for Hawaiian OLA at this years event. They will be handing out samples and providing product for our winners and volunteers.
OLA mission is to support Hawaiian farmers growing organic, GMO-free
food by cultivating a fair market for them to sell their goods and
thrive sustainably doing what they love. By sharing natural Hawaiian
Noni beverages with the world OLA is bringing healthy energy to people,
preservation to our planet, and a sustainable future to the farmers of
The Rocktape crew will be out taping competitors again this year. Got a sore back, elbow, knee or whatever. Stop by and get tapped up!
What is Rocktape?
is a special kind of tape known as kinesiology tape. First used by
acupuncturists and chiropractors in Japan, today kinesiology tape is
used by practitioners throughout the world to treat injuries and improve
the use of kinesiology is often associated with athletes such as Serena
Williams, Kerri Walsh and Lance Armstrong, the reality is that RockTape
is effective for the treatment of a wide variety of problems, not just
Preliminary event details: This
year's event will be much like last years, with two days of competition
in 3 divisions. Day one will be the qualifying day, expect a full day
of well rounded tests of your fitness and skills. Day two will be the
finals for the top 1/3rd of the teams in each division.
open division is just that, OPEN and will be filled with Cali's best
fitness competitors. The novice is defined as 1st year competitors will
feature some of the best up and comers in the region. If you competed
in last year's STTD you are out, but if your first competition was the
CF Games Open 2012, you still qualify as a novice for this competition.
Last but far from least is the masters division which is defined as 40
years of age or older on January 26th 2013. Of course we know that
NorCal boasts some of the best masters athletes in the world.
event will be held at the same venue as last year, the Placer County
Fairgrounds in Roseville. Lets hope for good weather and expect to see
some of the world's best athletes throwing it down!
is open now to invited teams who are committing to fielding teams in
all 3 divisions. 3 team price is at $700 ($60 per athlete.)
will end on December 21st at noon. At that time all remaining spots
will be opened to all other affiliates/organizations, first come first
serve at $250 per team.
Final team rosters and event waivers will be due on January 19th.
Affiliate Invite List
Santa Cruz Central
West Santa Cruz
Brentwood San Francisco Natomas
*Organizations with multiple affiliates, such as TJ's, Diablo, Avalanche, Rocklin ect. will be allowed to pool their best athletes, but may not have multiple teams per division.