The 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games season will be underway starting with the Open on Feb. 16. Just like in years past, we have created interesting and challenging tests for every stage of the season. Rest assured that although the tests will be unique, the average affiliate should be able to handle all requirements regarding gear and space.
Below is a non-specific/non-exhaustive list of equipment you should have access to if you plan on competing in the Open and any online events during the 2023 season. Buy Hex Dumbbell
• Barbells (35 lb, 45 lb) *The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are 20 kg (45 lb) and 15 kg (35 lb).
• Standard bumper plates, change plates, and collars
• Dumbbells (20 lb - 70 lb) *The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are 32.5 kg (70 lb), 22.5 kg (50 lb), 15 kg (35 lb), and 10 kg (20 lb).
• Medicine balls (10 lb, 14 lb, 20 lb) *The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are 9 kg (20 lb), 6 kg (14 lb), and 4 kg (10 lb)
• Plyo boxes (20 in, 24 in, 30 in)
• Pull-up bar to perform movements including but not limited to: - Pull-ups - Toes-to-bars - Muscle-ups
• Wall space to perform movements including but not limited to: -Wall walks -Handstand push-ups -Wall-ball shots
*Climbing ropes and GHDs will not be required for the Open but will be used during later stages of online competition. Please note that only standard Rx'd weights for dumbbells and kettlebells may apply to the Open, and the heavier implements may be programmed in later stages of the season.
This list is subject to change and CrossFit reserves the right to amend the list at any time for any reason. For more information on equipment, rules, or the season in general, be sure to check out the 2023 CrossFit Games Rulebook. Please contact email@example.com with more questions.
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