The Make ITCHALLENGE

The hard work begins. Can you keep up?

The Make ITCHALLENGE

The hard work begins. Can you keep up?

PERPETUA GYM, LONDON

74, Queen's Circus
326-342 Queenstown Rd
London SW8 4NE
UK

DATES AND TIMES

Saturday, Jan 21st, 2017
Check-In Time: 12 pm
Sunday, Jan 22nd, 2017
Check-In Time: 10 am

PERPETUA GYM, LONDON

74, Queen's Circus
326-342 Queenstown Rd
London SW8 4NE
UK

DATES AND TIMES

Saturday, Jan 21st, 2017
Check-In Time: 12 pm
Sunday, Jan 22nd, 2017
Check-In Time: 10 am

What's a better way to start your weekend than with a challenge? Skip the "snooze" button and meet us at Perpetua Crossfit Gym in London. The Make IT Challenge is an interactive mix of strength, endurance, and mobility drills. Throughout the challenge, participants will go head-to-head for the chance to put their training to the test, and ultimately qualify for the finals for a chance to win +$5000 in prizes! 

RESERVE A SPOT

ChallengeBreakdown

Upon checking-in, contestants will be divided into six groups of ten. After being assigned to your group and given your drill time, you will go head-to-head for 3 minutes on the course below. If you score is equal to higher than the qualifying score, you’ll proceed to the second heat where you will compete against the winners of each group. The course will be as follows:

ChallengeBreakdown

Upon checking-in, contestants will be divided into six groups of ten. After being assigned to your group and given your drill time, you will go head-to-head for 3 minutes on the course below. If you score is equal to higher than the qualifying score, you’ll proceed to the second heat where you will compete against the winners of each group. The course will be as follows:

Rower Machine

Distance rowed within the specified time

0:30 Sec

Chin Ups

Scoring based on total reps within the timeframe

0:30 Sec

Push ups

Scoring based on total reps within the timeframe

0:30 Sec

BOX JUMPS

Scoring based on total reps within the timeframe

0:30 Sec

Prizes

General Questions
Is the challenge for athletes only?

No, the challenge is for anyone who considers themselves to be fit and healthy. The purpose of the Bserk Make IT Challenge is to test your fitness across four exercises performed for 30 seconds each, with no rest in between. It is not designed to show the strongest or fastest of people, but those who can perform well across a range of different disciplines.

Is it for Men & Women?

The Bserk Make IT Challenge can be performed by both men and women and of all abilities. The challenge is divided into three categories: Advanced, Fit Men, and Fit Women. Based on everyone’s score at the end of Heat 1, the top 20 scores from each category will advance to heat 2 

Will I have to remember all my reps?

No, there will be a scorekeeper watching each challenger, who will be keeping track of time, providing a countdown for when to start, and when to stop and move on to the next exercises, as well as keeping track of your score. At the end of the challenge, your score will be totaled up and added to our leaderboard.  

What If I can’t perform one of the exercises?

So long as you can row, we can modify any of the other three exercises. Any modifications requests must be made before the challenge starts. In doing so we will automatically enter you into the Fit Men or Fit Women category (you must be able to perform at least five reps each of the last three exercises to place in the Advanced category). As each exercise is scored within a 30 second period, it is your total reps achieved within that time, so if you need to rest for a few seconds, you can. Only complete reps will be counted towards your overall score.

Why do I need to register for the challenge separately?

Because we have limited places available for both the challenge and seminar, we need to have everyone register as soon as possible to confirm a place. By simply having a headcount in advance, we are able to ensure that each person, whether taking the challenge, or attending the seminar, enjoys themselves and benefits from the experience.

Can I go up against my friend in the challenge?

Yes, you must arrive with your friend at the same time. We will have up to 10 teams of 10 competing in heat 1. Groups will be set up on a first come, first serve basis. Group 1 will be first to complete the challenge, with two people performing the challenge at the same time. After everyone in that group has completed the challenge, we will move on to group 2, and so on. Only after all teams have competed in heat 1 will the top 20 highest scorers in each of the three categories move on to heat 2. Even if you are unable to compete directly head-to-head with your friend, or if you have more than one, it is your overall score that will determine who leaves with bragging rights.

Will there be time to practice on the challenge?

You will not be able to practice the challenge on the day, but can of course practice as much as you want at your local gym or home. We recommend having a friend hold their phone on the stop watch, and play the role of the scorekeeper, telling you when to start, and when your 30 seconds are up, and to move on to the next exercise to get a sense of the challenge day.

Can I bring a spectator to the challenge?

You are welcome to bring a friend with you on the day to help support you and take plenty of pictures and video. As we are expecting a high turnout, with many of the challengers staying around to see if their score may be beaten, we ask that guests only enter the venue when your group is taking the challenge. We will have our own media team present throughout the day, taking photos and video, plus there will be plenty of support from other challengers to keep your moral and motivation high.

Will I need to be there all day?

Upon checking-in,  you will be given a number and a group number. Each group will have a time allotted for the challenge. If you are within the starting groups, we ask you to stay within the venue so as not to miss your slot within the challenge. If you are within one of the later groups, you can leave and return when your group’s start time is up, although we recommend staying close as we may not be able to fit you in within the following group if you miss your slot.

What should I wear to the challenge?

Wear what you feel most comfortable in. Although, we do recommend wearing gym attire to the challenge.

Will there be any food and beverages available there?

The gym contains a food and drinks bar. Although, you're allowed to bring your own supply of food and drinks.

What should I wear to the challenge and seminar?

You should wear something comfortable and sporty to the challenge, as it will make you sweat. (You may also want to bring a spare change of clothes). For the seminar, simply wear something comfortable. Preferably business-casual.

What should I wear to the challenge and seminar?

You should wear something comfortable and sporty to the challenge, as it will make you sweat. (You may also want to bring a spare change of clothes). For the seminar, simply wear something comfortable. Preferably business-casual.

If you don't think you can,then you have to

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If you don't think you can, then you have to

SIGN ME UP