The PIT is designed to be the great equalizer by leveling the playing field between power athletes and endurance runners to determine the best overall conditioned athlete.
The Civilian Military Combine PIT has been revised for the 2013 season.
Please find the NEW PIT workout and movements along with 3 instructional videos of each movement. These video will teach each athlete what is expected race day. Judging will be enforced and you will be no-repped.
CMCHQ is also providing 3 instructional videos on how each movement will be JUDGED. Athletes should watch these videos to become aware of how they will be judged. The judges will be using these videos as their training, so make sure you familiarize yourself with them!
The movements are doable by any athlete, learn how to do them properly!
CMC PIT Overview:
The CMC PIT is in an AMRRAP format where each competitor is encouraged to complete "As Many Rounds & Repetitions As Possible" (AMRRAP) for a 7 minute time period for the routine shown below:
7 - Push press
(75lb Males/ 45lb Females)
7 - American Kettlebell Swings
(40lb Males/26 lb Females)
7 - Jump over Burpee Box Jumps
(20 Inch Box- Universal for Male & Females)
Competitors will remain at a single station during the rotation and there will be a JUDGE to record the competitor’s total rounds and repetitions.
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