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2 minutes Max push ups
2 minutes Max sit ups
Untimed Max pull ups
3 mile run time
Push ups are done all the way up, all the way down, your back must BREAK the horizontal plane from elbow to elbow. Best way to ensure this is to have your chest hit the floor on each repetition. You may rest but your hands and feet must remain on the ground and no other part of your body may contact the ground.
Situps are knees bent, feet flat on the floor, hands behind your head, all the way up all the way down. You may rest only in the UP position.
Pullups, the bar must be grasped with both palms facing either forward or to the rear.
The correct starting position begins when your arms are fully extended beneath the bar, feet are free from touching the ground or any bar mounting assist, and the body is motionless.
Your legs may be positioned in a straight or bent position, but may not be raised above the waist.
One repetition consists of raising the body with the arms until the chin is above the bar, and then lowering the body until the arms are fully extended; repeat the exercise. At no time during the execution of this event can you rest your chin on the bar.
The intent is to execute a vertical “dead hang” pull-up. A certain amount of inherent body movement will occur as the pull-up is executed. However, the intent is to avoid a pendulum-like motion that enhances the ability to execute the pull-up. Whipping, kicking, kipping of the body or legs, or any leg movement used to assist in the vertical progression of the pull-up is not authorized. If observed, the repetition will not count for score.
Run. Pretty friggin simple stud, start running and stop at three miles, timed.
Rest between each event for NO MORE THAN TEN MINUTES.
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