These are in no particular order.
100 clean and jerks for time (as a team). There will be some additional instructions on this WOD that will be announced at the competition.
Men’s rx: 135 scaled: 95
Women’s rx: 93 scaled: 63
Sled Pull team relay. Each team member will pull a sled 200 meters (8×25 meter shuttles). Weight still to be determined.
1 rep max front squat. Each team member will find their best 1 rep front squat load. There will be a time limit.
Complete as many reps as possible (as a team) in 12 minutes of: row for calories, Burpees, barbell hang to overhead (75/45)
Each team member will row 3 minutes at a time for calories while the other 3 team members complete as many reps as they can of the other movements. While the one team members rows, 2 of the other 3 team members will be working, while one will always be resting. Each team will have 2 judges counting reps. On barbell hang to overhead, the weight must not pass below the knees and can be one movement overhead (muscle, power, split or squat snatch) or 2 movements (muscle, power, split, or squat clean and press, push press, push or split jerk)
Top teams will complete the fifth WOD which will be announced the day of the event.
About the Throwdown
The year’s Winter Throwdown will take place on Saturday, January 25, 2014.
The Throwdown will benefit the Lee County Humane Society and provide the funding they need to ship animals to “no kill” shelters. Many of you may not be aware, but their funding was cut drastically a few months ago. After a partnership spanning at least 30 years, Lee County and the Lee County Humane Society officially severed their contract. The commission voted to re-appropriate the $127,923 originally allocated to the Humane Society to the county’s environmental services department.
How will the Throwdown work?
Teams of 4 will make up this event. Teams can be mixed to your choosing. You may have all male, all female, one male, two females, etc. There will be 4-5 WOD’s for this event. The top 3 teams will complete the last WOD. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. with the first event beginning at 9:00 a.m. Each team must have a team name. (Nothing inappropriate)
Please arrive between 8:00-8:30 a.m. to get warmed up, stretch, work on mobility, etc. Please also feel free to bring protein shakes, food, drinks, etc. We have two water fountains and a Kill Cliff dispenser. We also have a kitchen if you would like to place anything in the refrigerator as well.
T-Shirts will be provided as part of registration for the men and tanks for women. Look forward to having everyone!
Judges will be made up of volunteers and/or coaches. We will not tolerate any unsportsmanlike conduct or any arguments with judges. This event is about raising money for a charity and having a great time encouraging each other, not any one athletes personal gains/satisfactions.