Gymnastics – Competition Scores – Week 1

Posted 11th October 2018 by Jenna Fisher

Both the 6am and 8am teams improved their scores massively this week – one just over and one just under doubling them!

The tables were turned however, with 8am’s sizeable lead in the practice run being reversed by 6am this week.

With a prize for the winner thrown into the ring there is everything to play for now.

No matter what your experience or ability every person makes a difference in racking up the reps and scores. No need to be scared – scaled movements do count. Come and join a team!

Gymnastics – Competition Scores – OctoberΒ 

Points to ponder from week 1:

There were some questionable definitions of ‘strict’. I will continue to police.

No, bicep curls do not score points! (Perhaps I’ll add in the last week as a finisher…)

Seconds for the handstand holds are only counted during the time when you are holding at the top – the kick up and fall down seconds do not count!

Next week, handstand holds must all be initiated with a kick up rather than some being a pull off from the wall

Points for rope climbs and handstand holds have been adjusted to be more fair so please check the spreadsheet for this


Come loaded with a strategy to get the most out of the points system next week. Most of all, enjoy! It is just a bit of fun xx


p.s. good luck to the evening classes tonight!!

Gymnastics competition scores – practice week

Posted 10th October 2018 by Jenna Fisher

After the nerves and excitement (and “admirable” number of questions from 6am) the creases were ironed out during last week’s practice and we have a solid plan for the rest of the month’s competition.

6am v 8am scores are detailed on the attached spreadsheet. See where the points are being scored and how you can strategise to turn the tables and take the top spot.


Crossfit training plan 8/10/18- 14/10/18

Posted 5th October 2018 by Geoff Stewart


Welcome to Phase 5, week 6 of our 2018 training plan.

Week 6. Same sort of theme as week 5, please. Strong and solid on your primary lifts. Be mindful of the volume and earn your rest.


“Leave your ego at the door.”