NO COUNT : Inability to prove stability in the overhead will earn you No Counts. Your rep will not earn you additional points to your score.

WARNING : A yellow paddle will warn you of incorrect Rack position, or if you swing too many times. You get one Warning per arm.

END SET : A red paddle will notify you of a second infraction which will require you to end your set. You must put your bell down and wait up on your platform until the Flight is over to leave the platform area. Take your bells off the platform so that the next person after you can prepare for their set.

FLIGHT : A Flight is the time in which your set will occur. There will be 3 to 4 other people on your Flight and you will all start at the designated time. You must be at your platform no later than 60 seconds before your Flight time. If you are late to your platform at the start of your Flight, your set is disqualified and you will not be able to compete .

FLIGHT SCHEDULE : The Flight Schedule will be posted and emailed to each registrant 30 days prior to the event, on May 30th. No cancellations, changes, or adjustments to current registered lifters will be accepted past June 2nd at 11:59p. This gives you 48 hours to email us directly before the Flight Schedule is locked in on June 2nd. Email us at info@alliesofthealloy.com.


TWO PERSON RELAY : WINNING TEAM GETS $200 IN CASH

Those who lift together get rich together! The Two Man Relay is a new game where teams of two people lift double bell Jerk for two minute intervals, for a total of 16 mins. Each team mate will take turns lifting for two minutes, and each team is required to use the same two bells. We will take your combined body weight, bell weight, and reps accumulated to announce a single team as the winner with the highest score. Winners will be announced at the end of the comp and receive $200 in cash!

If you want to play, add your team mates name at check out!


snatch

SINGLE BELL SNATCH is one event in which the bell starts on the platform, hikes through the legs and brought straight up to the overhead position. From there, you must pause to show stability in the Overhead position (we like to call it fixation). The judge will count your rep and you will see your score change on the counter in front of you. From the overhead, the bell dismounts to the bottom of a swing and it immediately is brought right back to the overhead position.

REGULATIONS :

  • Rack : Rack on the first arm requires an immediate switch to the other arm and no further reps will count on that arm. Rack on the second arm means your set is immediately over and no further reps will count.

  • Single Hand : If you are on your first arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, you must immediately switch to the second arm. If you are on your second arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, your set is immediately over and you must set the bell down.

  • Extra Swings : You are granted one swing at the start of each arm. One extra swing mid set on each arm will grant you one warning. Two extra swings mid set on each arm will require you to immediately end your set.

  • No Fixation : If no fixation is found in the overhead position, your reps will be considered No Counts. That means you will not be given credit for those reps.

  • The Floor : If the bell touches the ground during your set, your set is immediately over and no further reps will count towards your score.


jerk

SINGLE BELL JERK is one event in which the bell starts on the platform, is brought directly to the Rack position and then straight to the overhead position. From there, you must pause to show stability in the Overhead position (we like to call it fixation). The judge will count your rep and you will see your score change on the counter in front of you. From the overhead, the bell is lowered directly into the Rack position and brought right back up into the Overhead position.

DOUBLE BELL JERK is with two bells, they start on the platform, are brought directly to the Rack position and then straight to the overhead position. From there, you must pause to show stability in the Overhead position (we like to call it fixation). The judge will count your rep and you will see your score change on the counter in front of you. From the overhead, the bells are lowered directly into the Rack position and brought right back up into the Overhead position.

REGULATIONS :

  • Rack : Rack is on the forearm + bicep resting on the chest. If the bells rests high on the top of the shoulders you will be given a warning. A second warning will require you to switch arms or end your set.

  • Single Hand : If you are on your first arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, you must immediately switch to the second arm. If you are on your second arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, your set is immediately over and you must set the bell down. If you are doing Double Bell Jerk, then the bells can touch and the fingers can interlock.

  • Extra Swings : The bells are not allowed to swing unless it is to change hands to switch arms during Single Bell Jerk.

  • No Fixation : If no fixation is found in the overhead position, your reps will be considered No Counts. That means you will not be given credit for those reps.

  • The Floor : If the bells touch the ground during your set, your set is immediately over and no further reps will count towards your score.


long cycle

SINGLE BELL LONG CYCLE is one event in which the bell starts on the platform, is brought directly to the Rack position and then straight to the overhead position. From there, you must pause to show stability in the Overhead position (we like to call it fixation). The judge will count your rep and you will see your score change on the counter in front of you. From the overhead, the bell is lowered directly into the Rack position and Cleaned back into the Rack position. Then brought right back up into the Overhead position. Clean and Jerk and Clean and Jerk and Clean and Jerk …..

DOUBLE BELL LONG CYCLE is done with two bells, they start on the platform, are brought directly to the Rack position and then straight to the overhead position. From there, you must pause to show stability in the Overhead position (we like to call it fixation). The judge will count your rep and you will see your score change on the counter in front of you. From the overhead, the bells are lowered directly into the Rack position and Cleaned back into the Rack position. Then brought right back up into the Overhead position. Clean and Jerk and Clean and Jerk and Clean and Jerk …..

REGULATIONS :

  • Rack : Rack is on the forearm + bicep resting on the chest. If the bells rests high on the top of the shoulders you will be given a warning. A second warning will require you to switch arms or end your set.

  • Single Hand : If you are on your first arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, you must immediately switch to the second arm. If you are on your second arm and you touch the bell with your other hand, your set is immediately over and you must set the bell down. If you are doing Double Bell Jerk, then the bells can touch and the fingers can interlock.

  • Extra Swings : The bells are not allowed to swing multiple times during the Clean. You will get one warning.

  • No Fixation : If no fixation is found in the overhead position, your reps will be considered No Counts. That means you will not be given credit for those reps.

  • The Floor : If the bells touch the ground during your set, your set is immediately over and no further reps will count towards your score.