Description: Prior to the start of the event, teams will need to determine the order of the athletes. Once these designations are made, switching will not be permitted. This is a relay style event, M1 completes their work, then tags in F1 and so on until all work is completed or the time cap is hit.
On the call of "GO" M1 will move from the start mat and perform 30, 30# wall balls to a 10' target, after the last wall ball M1 will move to the pull-up rig and complete 20 pull-ups. Following the final pull-up M1 will tag in F1 who will complete the wall ball / pull-up couplet. F1 will tag in the second male athlete who will perform 30, 14# wall balls to a 10' target immediately followed by 30 jumping pull-ups. F2 wil be tagged in for the final portion of the relay. F2 will complete the wall ball / jumping pull-up couplet and move to the finish mat to complete the event.
Other than M1, athletes cannot begin work until they are tagged by the previous athlete.
Wall ball standards: During each rep of the wall ball each athlete must pass below parallel, meaning the hip crease is below the top of the knee. The rep is complete when the ball contacts the wall at or above the target line. If the ball is dropped it must come to a complete stop before it can be picked up for the next rep, bouncing the ball into the next rep is not allowed.
Pull-up standards: Any style of grip or pull-up is allowed, strict, kipping, butterfly, etc. The rep starts with the athlete hanging from the bar, arms fully extended. The rep is complete at the point in which the athlete's chin passes above the horizontal plane of the pull-up bar.
Jumping pull-up standards: Prior to the start of the event each athlete who will perform jumping pull-ups will be measured so the bar is set at the height of the wrist when the athlete is standing at full extension with their arms raised over their heads. Any style of grip is allowed. The rep starts with the athlete grasping the bar with arms fully extended (underneath the bar). The rep is complete at the point in which the athlete's chin passes above the horizontal plane of the pull-up bar.