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In 2 minutes, lift as much accumulated weight as you can with a standard deadlift. The weight must sit back onto the floor between reps and come into full extension at the top. You... more details
score: 2 mins 0.0 secs
51 reps x 100 lb = 5100 lbs = 2318 kg. 2318/75=30.9. Not a lot. Used two 50lb kettlebells as I don't have a barbell. I believe I did the full range of motion and the kettlebells should be equivalent.
51 reps x 100 lb = 5100 lbs = 2318 kg. 2318/75=30.9. Not a lot. Used two 50lb kettlebells as I d...
Challenge created by: CreatingChaos
Challenge for: all
Challenge goal: improve general fitness
Challenge targets: whole body
Level: suitable for all competitors
Age: 16 to 100 years of age
In 2 minutes, lift as much accumulated weight as you can with a standard deadlift. The weight must sit back onto the floor between reps and come into full extension at the top. You may change the weight on the bar at any point.
This challenge is relative to your bodyweight. To calculate your score, divide your total accumulated weight lifted by your bodyweight.
-total weight lifted = 1,500kg
-bodyweight - 80kg
score = 18.75
Scoring needs to be changed to match description.
by AndyWeaver on 6/10/2012 8:42:00 PM
Good challenge, but the scoring is in minutes and seconds rather than a single number score. Can you amend it creatingchaos?
by Pikey on 5/7/2012 9:27:00 AM
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