- 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
This will be Oakleaf CrossFit’s fourth hosting of a “The Static Monsters” event. We have had all ranges of athletes attend, from the beginner competitor, to world record setters. So if you just want to try the sport out, or if you want to go for the gold, we can take care of you. To date we have had 9 competitors earn bids to The Static Monsters Worldwide Championships.
For information on what is involved with competing in The Static Monsters Worldwide, please read this: How to compete in The Static Monsters.
For information, entry forms and tickets to this 2021 event in Jacksonville, FL, USA please contact Shannon Willits at [email protected] or on Instagram @fattkidfitness.
As of May 2020 there are over 75 events planned across the planet for The Static Monsters for 2020’s worldwide competition.
First and foremost, the Static Monsters was set up to give people a better chance at having a go at competing in Strongman by only having two “lifts” for an athlete to complete. This makes it easier for athletes to step into their first competition but also for event organisers to run their first competition. So to get more people having a go, we need more competitions for people to have a go in and thanks to all event organisers, we now have the largest and fastest growing Strongman competition in the world.
The 2021 running of The Static Monsters Worldwide is on the weekend of October 23/24 2021
Rules – Static Monsters
Scoring: – Your final score is a combined total of your heaviest completed Log Lift and heaviest completed deadlift under the below rules. – The highest total in each division will be declared the winner. – If two totals are the same in any division, the competitor that weighed in the lightest will be declared the winner of that class.
The Log Lift – Maximum lifts – Competitor will have 60 seconds to complete the lift after being given the go ahead from the judge/ref – log must be controlled back to the ground. (No Throwing of the implement). – Any dropped lift will result in a failed lift and will not count. If you are told your lift does not count, you may attempt it again providing you still have time within your allotted 60 seconds for that particular lift – Each competitor has 3 attempts. – 60 seconds to complete the lift after the whistle blows. Lifter can continue to lift until the full 60 seconds are up. – Competitor nominates their opening attempt for both events at the time of checking for the event. – Competitor can not drop their nominated weight after a failed attempt or a completed attempt. – No minimum weight increase. This is due to international events crossing over to lbs or kgs. – No points awarded if no complete lifts are counted – Lift is completed when the judge calls “down”. To receive the “down” call, the lifter must have knees, hips and shoulders locked out. – Competitor may change their first lift, once only, up to 5 minutes out from the start of the event, not after. – Competitor to nominate their second lift weight immediately after completion of their first lift – Competitor may change their second lift weight, once only, But it can not be lesser than the weight that is currently on the bar. – Competitor to nominate their third lift weight immediately after completion of their second lift – Competitor may change their third lift weight, twice only, but it can not be lesser than the weight that is currently on the bar. – If the competitor successfully locks out a rep just before the buzzer but then drops the implement in an uncontrolled way, the rep will not count. – Belts are allowed, an under belt and an over belt is allowed. Two belts, one above the other on the torso (equivalent to a stepped setup), is not allowed. A loop in the belt is not allowed. – The lifter is not allowed to rest the implement on the belt during the clean – chalk is allowed – tacky is not allowed, straps are also not allowed. – wraps and sleeves are allowed, including “equipped” elbow sleeves – Spotter on Log Lift: if a spotter is on the log lifting event and they intervene with a lift, the log has to be reset to the ground for the lift to start again. If it is deemed that the log spotter stepped in too early, which can only be ruled by the judge, then the lifter can opt to have another 60 seconds added to their time then and there, or they can take this lift again at the end of the round of their flight. If the lifter chooses to continue during their current 60 seconds, they will not be allowed to take another 60 seconds after the round, if they fail during their current lift period.
Maximum Axle Deadlift – No Sumo stance allowed. Hands must be outside the knees for the entire duration of the lift. – Straps allowed, figure 8 straps also allowed. – Deadlift suits are allowed. – No Tacky allowed. – Each competitor has 3 attempts. – Competitor can not drop their nominated weight after a failed attempt or a completed attempt. – No minimum weight increase. This is due to international events crossing over to lbs or kgs. – No “Eddie Halls” allowed, weight must be controlled to the ground for the lift to count. – 60 seconds to complete the lift after the whistle blows. Lifter can continue to lift until the full 60 seconds are up. – No points awarded if no complete lifts are counted – Lift is completed when the judge calls “down”. To receive the “down” call, the lifter must have knees, hips and shoulders locked out. – Competitor may change their first lift, once only, up to 5 minutes out from the start of the event, not after. – Competitor to nominate their second lift weight immediately after completion of their first lift – Competitor may change their second lift weight, once only, But it can not be lesser than the weight that is currently on the bar. – Competitor to nominate their third lift weight immediately after completion of their second lift – Competitor may change their third lift weight, twice only, but it can not be lesser than the weight that is currently on the bar. – Competitors opening lift must be at the minimum set weights or above for that class – chalk is allowed
The Australian Strongman Alliance is proud to announce a standardised format for weight classes and weigh-ins, for all our sanctioned competitions in 2016. These have been chosen to best fit in with all international competition requirements for next year, as well as best spread competition given the current numbers for Australian competitors. Here is a link to the United States Strongman weight classes, as well as a link to the North American Strongman weight classes.
NOTE: COMPETITORS MUST WEIGH IN “UNDER” THEIR WEIGHT CLASS AS IS IT LISTED “UNDER 90KG, UNDER 82.5KGS ETC”
FOR EXAMPLE: IF YOU WEIGH IN 90.0KGS YOU WILL BE LISTED AS UNDER 105KGS. IF YOU WEIGH IN AS 89.9KGS YOU WILL BE LISTED AS UNDER 90KGS. THE SAME GOES FOR POUNDS.
As the Static Monsters is an international event, we will set the weight classes in both Pounds and Kilograms:
under 52.5kg = under 115.5lbs (new for Worldwide 2020)
under 62.5kg = under 137.5lbs
under 72.5kg = under 159.5lbs
under 82.5kg = under 181.5lbs
Adaptive – Standing, Seated, One Arm
under 70kgs = under 154lbs (new for Worldwide 2020)
under 80kg = under 176lbs
under 90kg = under 198lbs
under 105kg = under 231lbs
Adaptive – Standing, Seated, One Arm
For athletes having to weigh in for the above categories. Weigh ins can start 24 hours before the competition time. Ie, if the competition starts at 9:00am on a day, then you can weigh in from 9:00am or after the day before, not any earlier. Athletes are welcome to weigh in on the day as well. Weigh ins are subjective to each individual event organiser based on their availability for weigh ins. Video weigh ins are not allowed.
Masters Class is set for anyone that turns 40 before the event. 2020 cut off date is the 24th of October. A competitors birthdate will be required with their entry form for verification.
Masters and Adaptive Athletes will compete within their Weight Classes. Their Masters and Adaptive rankings come separately as well. They will receive multiple rankings as a part of the Worldwide event then. For Example. A Male who weighs in at 89.9kgs but turns 40 before October 25th 2019, will get a rankings in both the Mens under 90kgs Class and in the Masters Class.
For the standing division, you must have a physical disability that prevents you from safely handling the weights in the open division and/or competing evenly against athletes without any disabilities. For the seated division, you need to either have a physical disability that requires you to use a wheelchair or you meet the physical criteria for the standing division but you choose to compete in a wheelchair. For instance, if you have a prosthetic leg, you may compete in either division, depending on how you feel the prosthetic limb will hold up. If you are competing in the seated division, all athletes will be using the same wheelchair for the events. For the neuro division, you must have cerebral palsy, spina bifida, MS, or some similar condition that impairs optimal neurological function at a high enough level to put you at a disadvantage going against someone with a fully functional nervous system. One Arm athletes would be lifting a Dumbbell instead of a log
In person weigh-ins will run at 1424 Scenic Oaks Dr Orange Park, Fl:
4:30-6pm Friday 22 October
8:30 Saturday 23 October
To guarantee a T-Shirt you must register by 04 September 2020.
Please e-mail T-shirt sizes (F or M) to [email protected]
We look forward to seeing everyone!