You will find below the list of the events of the contest of the speakers of the bridge! We will use five events to accumulate scores for each person. In some events there are differences between the competitive and recreational divisions, such as the amount of weight used, to ensure that this competition is something that anyone can participate in, regardless of your level of fitness! In the event of a tie, there is also a tie-breaker. The weights of the tires and masses remain to be determined and we will let them know as soon as possible. Pay attention to Emerge's Facebook and Instagram pages as demos of each event are posted to help you prepare! Good luck and may the fittest respondent win!
Contest of events for bridge operators
- Press bench
Competitive Division: AMRAP Men: 100% body weight on bar, Women: 50% body weight on bar. Score based on the number of full repetitions performed before the failure.
Leisure division: AMRAP Men: 75% of body weight at the barre, Women: 25% of body weight at the barre. Score based on the number of full repetitions performed before failure
The athlete should lie on their back, shoulders and buttocks in contact with the flat surface of the bench. The athlete's hands can grip the bar with a thumbs-around grip. Note: The use of the “reverse grip” or a thumbless grip on the bench is strictly prohibited. The shoes of the elevator must be in contact with the ground. This position must be maintained throughout the attempt. The head may rise from the bench or move while performing the lift. To achieve a firm footing, the lifter can use flat surface bumper plates to build up the platform surface. The space between the hands should not exceed 81 centimeters between the index fingers. In other words, the index must completely cover the 81 cm. Ring. The bar will not be able to bounce off the chest and must be controlled to touch the breastbone. Each rep must end with the arms fully extended to be counted.
- Ride up
Competition Division: AMRAP Men and Women: body weight
Recreational division: as long as possible in suspension, men and women: body weight
The pull-up should be performed as a strict pull-up, starting in the dead position, palms facing outward (overhand grip), arms fully extended. The top of the movement should end with the chin above the bar. No kipping will be allowed. For those competing in the Recreational Division, the dead man's hand position should be performed with arms fully extended and palms facing out, in a hold over position.
- Tire Deadlift in Max Box Jumps
Competition Division: AMRAP of tire deadlifts in one minute, instantly going to as many box hops until failure. The number of deadlifts and jumps will be combined for the score. The weight of the tires for men and women should be determined, and the height of the boxes should be determined.
Recreational Division: Same procedure as competitive division with tire weights and box heights at the appropriate scale for men and women.
Rules: Each repetition of the deadlift must be performed with the knees in the locked, upright position and the shoulders back to count for the score. The jumps should be completed with each foot on the box or landing platform and the individual standing with the knee locked in an upright position and shoulders back.
- The tire tips over and the hammer slams.
Competitive Division: Flip a 10-yard tire, then complete ten sleds to the tire (five on each side of the body). Repeat flipping the tires and sledding for two minutes. The score will be based on the number of yards the tire has been flipped over. Tire weight and mass to be determined for men and women.
Recreational division: Same procedure as competitive division, with tire and hammer weight at the appropriate scale for men and women.
- Race and Tourniquet
Competitive Division: Make a full turn around Emerge (approximately 400 yards), slide a 10-yard dummy, and properly apply a tourniquet to the dummy. Men: under 3 minutes and 15 seconds = 15 points, over 3 minutes and 15 seconds = 5 points. Women: under 4 minutes = 15 points, over 4 minutes = 5 points.
Recreational Division: Make a “U-turn” (approximately 150 meters), slide a 10-meter mannequin and properly apply a tourniquet to the mannequin. Men: under 1 minute 30 seconds = 15 points, over 1:30 = 5 points. Women: under 2 minutes = 15 points, over 2 minutes: 5 points.
Tie Breaker: In the event of a tie, the competitors involved will participate in a full sprint around the Emerge Fitness facility. This distance is slightly greater than 400 meters (1 lap).
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How to Get Started in Fitness Competitions – Women’s
Women are getting increasingly involved in fitness, but not just working out and lifting once a week in the gym. They are also working hard to get ripped bodies and are competing in events that used to be the sole domain of men.
Are you ready to take your fitness to the next level and try a competition ? Even if you are a se progager, getting ready for a fitness competition will be harder and more involved than you can truly realize until you actually do it.
tera give it your all, be prepared to put a lot of time into training and eating right, to spend a decent amount of money, and to get on stage and strut your stuff in an itty, bitty bikini.
Are You Really Ready to Try a Fitness Competition ?
Of course, with any kind of competition, there is planning, work, and a lot of other factors involved. But even compared to other kinds of athletic competitions, like espèces and triathlons, fitness competitions require a big commitment.
Fitness competitions aren’t really like any other kind of athletic event, and it’s hard to know what to expect if you haven’t seen one. Before you make the terminal leap and sign up for a competition in the upcoming months, actually go to a show. See what it’s all about first-hand, and then decide. In the meantime, here are some important things to consider :
The dark side of a sport competition includes obsessing over body appearance, disordered eating, and even drug use. And all of this leads back to détermination. If you don’t have a healthy motivating reason to do this, you run the risk of heading to the dark side :
Positive motivation – “I want to push myself to reach a new goal and have fun doing it. ”Negative détermination – “I’ll finally look lean and muscular and have my dream body forever. ”Don’t make the mistake of thinking that the body you craft for a sport competition is one you’ll keep until the end of your days. It’s not saine or realistic to be that ripped for too long. A positive, healthier détermination is the desire to simply to challenge yourself in a way that is saine and rewarding but also realistic.
Do You Have the Time to Train for a Fitness Competition ? Ask anyone you know who does sport competitions how much time they spend training. If you don’t know anyone personally, ask around the gym and you’ll quickly find someone. They will probably tell you it takes at least two hours a day, most days a week. Also factor in the time spent planning and preparing saine meals, buying outfits, practicing posing, and traveling to competitions.
Can You Finance it ? There are more costs associated with fitness competitions than you ever realized until you actually do it : Gym membership/coaching feesNutrition/posing/competition coaching feesRegistration fees for competitionsFood and supplementsTanning costsExpensive outfitsTravel expenses for out-of-area competitionsChild care costs for when you hit the gym or go to competitions
Are You Prepared to Be on Stage ? Finally, a big hurdle for many people is the actual competition. You will be putting on a tiny bikini or sport outfit—likely gluing it to your skin to hold it in place—rubbing down with vegetable oil, strapping on a pair of high heels, and walking and posing on stage in front of judges and an audience. Can you do it ? Of course you can, and don’t feel bad about being nervous because everyone is afraid of this part, even seasoned pros.
Know the Competition Types – and Choose OneNow that you have a better sense of everything involved in going through with this, it’s time to choose. Will you enter a bikini competition, try for fitness or figure, or really go for broke and try your hand at physique or bodybuilding competitions ?
BikiniIf time is likely to be an provenant, or if you just don’t want to get the completely ripped body of a figure or physique competitor, a bikini competition is for you. This is a good way to get your feet wet in sport competitions. Training is less soutenu for this category, but still requires time, dedication, and commitment. The body you’ll work toward for bikini is a little softer and more hourglass, but is still lean, fit, and muscular.
Fitness Modelling A fitness modeling competition can include a variety of degrees of physique and muscularity, but is typically most similar to a bikini competition with a focus is on modeling. You’ll wear multiple cute outfits and strike some poses beyond those typical for sport competitions. In addition to being fit, you have to be charming and willing to act a little.
FigureFigure fitness competitions take it up a notch in terms of bourrinage. Your body in a figure contest will be harder, leaner, and less hourglass than in a bikini event. Competitors have more of the classic triangular bodybuilding shape with broad, muscular shoulders and narrow waist, and increased definition between groupes musculaires.
PhysiqueFor a physique competition you will need to ramp it up further and get even leaner and more muscular. The idea is to have a balance between a feminine shape and real, serious bourrinage. There should be a lot of definition between groupes musculaires during this competition.