On October 31st Omaha Elite Kettlebell will be hosting The Tactical Strength Challenge (TSC)
The TSC is a strength competition consisting of three events:
- a three-attempt powerlifting deadlift
- pull-ups for max reps
- kettlebell snatches for max reps in a 5:00 time period.
These three events test a unique trade-off between these abilities, and while larger participants may have an advantage in the deadlift, lighter participants have an advantage in pull-ups, and the kettlebell snatch tests all participants equally.
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Enroll by Sep 19th to Receive Your Free T-Shirt
We all know that to realize your physical potential it helps to have specific goals and deadlines.
The T.S.C. is an excellent opportunity to improve yourself.
If you value strength,
If you want to improve,
If you’re motivated by goals and deadlines
If you yearn for a supportive community of like-minded individuals people who feel the same as you do…
then the Tactical Strength Challenge is waiting…for YOU.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: WHAT IF I NEED HELP PREPARING FOR THIS EVENT?
If you want to participate and would like coaching in the deadlift, pull-up or kettlebell snatch then
For the remainder of September and October Omaha Elite Kettlebell is extending the a fantastic pricing for group classes and one-on-one personal training
Q: What if I can’t do one or more of the exercises as written?
First and foremost we believe this event is about self-improvement, participation and community. In order to be accommodating to people of all abilities and a injury histories at Omaha Elite Kettlebell we will help you choose an appropriate technique regression that suits your individual abilities and/or limitations. Please understand that if you must use techniques are other than those accepted by the Tactical Strength Challenge your results won’t be posted to the international database.
An individual who cannot yet perform pull-ups can perform a timed hang, someone who lacks the shoulder mobility to put their arm overhead safely can substitute bodyweight rows for pull-ups and kettlebell swings for snatches.
Q: Where can I read more about the rules and divisions?
Learn more about the TSC rules [here]