The Nevada Police & Fire Games purpose is to provide various sports to help law enforcement and firefighter personnel to participate on a state level within their respective communities through the development of physical and mental fitness, to promote good will and camaraderie among the players, to develop friendships through the years that will serve them in both their professional and personal lives.
What better way to achieve all of these things, than with a CrossFit competition!? CrossFit is the sport of fitness. Gymnastics, weightlifting, power lifting, plyometrics, running, rowing and all functional movements are part of CrossFit. We want to crown the fittest police/fire man and woman in Nevada!
The competition will consist of 4 scored workouts in one day, testing their strength, speed, cardio, stamina, accuracy, agility, balance, coordination, power, and flexibility; and testing their workout capacity in different time domains. At the end of the day the competitor that performed best in all 4 workouts will be the winner!
Once again we are inviting civilians (non policeman/fireman) to compete alongside the policeman and fireman! There will be medals awarded for the top 3 in each division plus additional prizes as well! What better way to support these public service members that protect and serve our community every day, than to compete alongside them and push them to be the fittest they can be!
-The cost for the civilian registration will be $100. This includes a shirt and other goodies
– There will be 6 divisions:
Women’s Scaled – Female Civilians that can’t complete all Rx movementsMasters Men – Male Civilians 40 years or older
Masters Women – Female Civilians 40 years or older
Registration is limited to 150 total spots, so be sure to register as soon as possible! Movement standards for each division will be released in the coming weeks. If you register for one division, you can later decide to switch to another, once the movement standards are released.
The following is a list of movements that athletes should be able to perform in a workout. The weights listed are the heaviest that might be used in the workouts. All athletes that register will receive an email to confirm your division and shirt size for the event!
Rxd Men/Women –
Front squat – 185/125lbs
Overhead squat– 155/115lbs
Deadlift – 275/185lbs
Power Snatch – 135/95
Clean and Jerk – 185/125lbs
Sumo deadlift high pull – 115/75lbs
Medicine Ball Clean – 150/90lbs
Kb snatch – 53/35lbs
Kb swing – 70/53lbs
Chest to bar pull-ups
Ring or bar muscle ups
Toes to bar
Box jumps, 30/24”
Masters and Scaled Men/Women –
Front squat – 115/75lbs
Overhead squat – 95/65lbs
Deadlift – 185/125lbs
Power Snatch – 95/65
Clean and Jerk – 135/95lbs
Sumo deadlift high pull – 75/55lbs
Kb snatch – 35/25lbs
Kb swing – 53/35lbs
hanging knee raise
Box jumps or step ups, 24/20”
single jump ropes
handstand pushup with 2inch riser