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CHICO STATE "ALL AROUND ATHLETE" COMPETITION © 2013 Mc. Graw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
PURPOSE OF THE EVENT Provide a fun event for students that can also serve as a motivation for staying fit (in the same way that training for running 5 ks does) Provide students with some health/fitness information Raise money for local physical education programs (purchase PE equipment for local schools) Create an athletic event that can become a tradition at CSU Chico
EVENT DETAILS Held the 2 nd-4 th week of the Fall semester (this allows time to market but is early enough in the semester to: develop bonds between participants from Residential Housing, promote the WREC, and provide an event before major assignments/finals). Brackets Competitive Individual Mens Competitive Individual Womens Recreational Coed Team brackets (2 females and 2 males; scores will be combined) Recreational Floor Team (floors from the Residents Halls; scores will be combined) Rank Scoring • • versus Points are awarded for the top 20 finishes in each event (20 points for top score, subtracting 1 point per subsequent rank) Points from all events are totaled for a combined score • Time scoring Run time + agility time – point deduction based on strength event = score
EVENT DETAILS - CONTINUED Awards Recognized with certificate and names posted on WREC website Possible prizes donated from local businesses Recognized on WREC website: http: //www. aschico. com/wrec/allaroundathlete All scores posted on WREC website (anonymously) so that participants can see their ranking for each event. Registration Fees and Fundraising $5 per participant 50% of proceeds will be donated to a local schools PE department for equipment
EVENT DETAILS - CONTINUED Benefits for Donors Community fundraiser and educational event Possible media coverage - donating to local school's physical education department Annual event Good follow-up in the Spring to WRECTACULAR Logo placement on AAA WREC website for 1 year Logo placement on brochure/scorecard. Logo placement on staff shirt (optional)
REGISTRATION Cut off date is ________ and max registration is 144 per day (see excel sheet). Registration will take place at the WREC front desk. Participants can only register for one bracket. Teams will need a team captain or representative to pay the entry fee for the entire team at the time of registration and then the team members names may be added to the team roster at a later date prior to the competition date. Record name, email the can be reached at, phone number and date paid. Registrants will be contacted by email prior to event for their assigned time by ________ and the information will also be available on the WREC’s website. We accept cash, checks payable to the WREC and credit cards.
MARKETING Student Announcements once a week http: //www. csuchico. edu/pa/studentannounce/ WREC social media Digital advertising Tabling at the WREC, BMU, and Free Speech BMU - Reserve at Information Center 2 weeks in advance: http: //www. aschico. com/infocenter/infoservices Free Speech - Get table and approval from Student Activities Flyers in physical activity unit instructors mailboxes Information Center Marquee board (can get for free through WREC/AS) Go to Campus Housing (55 copies of flyers – 1 per RA) Weekly Fraternity and Sorority Meetings (email 1 week in advance to get on agenda) http: //www. chicofraternities. com/page. php? page_id=5433 http: //www. chicosororities. com/page. php? page_id=5179 Wear staff shirts around campus prior to the event (optional)
PAST ADVERTISEMENTS Event is for all populations, not just elite athletes!
VOLUNTEERS – PETE AND EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY CLUBS Total Estimated Volunteers: 30+ Strength event: 1 scorekeeper participant, 1 spotter participant, 1 time keeper, and 2 for check-ins Endurance event: 1 time keeper participant and 2 for check-ins Agility event: 1 time keeper participant , 1 course helper, and 2 for event check-ins 2 for Check-in Booth 3 Floaters School teachers, CSU Chico teachers, alumni and open university students can volunteer
EQUIPMENT LIST Strength Event • • • 1 table and 1 two-way radio Printed event info Stantions to cordon off area 3 clipboards and 3 pens 1 stopwatch Agility Event • • 1 table and 1 two-way radio Printed event info 10 poly spots Approximately 30 cones 5 towels w/rubber bands Agility ladder 7 small hurdles 10 Pilates Boxes Speed Event • • 1 table and 1 two-way radio Printed event info 8 Stopwatches (milliseconds) 8 clipboards and 8 pens Check-In • • 1 table and 1 two-way radio Event explanation on Tri-fold Score sheets 1 laptop with Excel (calculating scores)
BEFORE EVENT Post WREC time changes and closures Assign roles for each event Setup on the night before the competition (agility course, tables, weights, all equipment, printables, clip boards, etc) Practice run for leaders of each event Volunteers arrive an hour before the competition begins for instructions on event
CHECK-IN BOOTH – DETAILS Have a list of registrants by group number. Check off their name (see excel). Fill in participants name on to score card/brochure. Advise them to warm up and be on time for their next event. Run is first event for each group (group start times are staggered).
SPEED EVENT – DETAILS At check in, they will be assigned a time keeper who is positioned on the inside lane in equally distributed intervals (outside lane open to students for access to rooms and other equipment; will be cordoned off). Participants will run 5 laps. Race is started using two-way radios or another method. Time keepers say lap number each time for their runner. Time to the nearest second is recorded on unofficial score card/brochure. Participant returns to check in booth to have it recorded officially. No contact with other runners allowed. Ranking in the speed event is averaged with other events’ rankings.
SPEED EVENT – DETAILS
STRENGTH EVENT - DETAILS At check in, assign participants a scorer and spotter. A group demonstrate of proper lifts will be given. Elbows down to 900 and do not lock out elbows on extension. Score keepers call out repetitions. Repeat repetition if incorrect form is used. Spotters must be in the ready position at all times (Assisted lifts do not count). Time keeper announces time in 15 second intervals. Record repetitions for each exercise on the unofficial score card/brochure. Participant returns to check in booth to have it calculated and officially recorded.
STRENGTH EVENT – DETAILS 2 Options to do during the event (their choice on how they want to do it) Male weights 50 pounds shoulder press 135 bench press Female Weights 30 pounds shoulder press 45 bench press Participants will complete as many repetitions as they can within 2 minutes Total pounds lifted is recorded Ranking of strength event is averaged with other events’ rankings.
STRENGTH EVENT - DETAILS
AGILITY EVENT - DETAILS At check in, participants will be assigned a time keeper. Utilize 2 basketball courts to set up an agility course (see diagram). Course should take 60 -120 seconds to complete to create disparity among times. Once participant is halfway through, the next time keeper can send their participant. Each time keeper tracks the participant assigned to them throughout the whole course. Time keepers will follow participant and give directions throughout the course to minimize confusion. Participant returns to check in booth to have it recorded officially. Time is recorded on unofficial score card/brochure (round to the nearest second).
AGILITY EVENT -DETAILS Penalties Going outside the cones results in Disqualification Agility Ladder – both feet must go in each square, 1 second deduction per mistake Low Hurdles – must hop with both feet, 1 second deduction for each hurdle knocked over If the drop a towel during the shuttle run, they must pick it up Youtube Videos of Course https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=Pze. C 4 up. CDw. A&feature=youtu. be https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=6 Z 8 ASjf. Gn. YA&feature=youtu. be
Key Poly spot, or small cone 3. 4. Agility Ladder Agility ladder – Both feet must touch each space Low hurdles – Must jump over each one in two footed style 5. Low Hurdles 10 yard sprint Eraser (White board) Participants must face the same direction for the entire weave section 6. 7. 2. 8. Three -10 yard L-cuts 20 yard sprint to the finish 1. Start/Explosive speed 6. Quick lateral/backward /forward movements 2. Quickness/Speed 3. Agility 1. Start sprint to first of three 10 yard cuts. 4. Explosive movement 5. Acceleration/braking 7. Acceleration/braking 8. Acceleration/Speed Shuttle Run – towel must be picked up at one line then dropped off at the next. The last towel must cross the finish line.
MISCELLANEOUS Have educational Powerpoints on TVs or at event tables during the event. Do we have Health and Fitness PPTs? Take away information will be on the inside of score card/brochure. Each hour, scores are collected from score keepers and entered into Excel database. Overall rankings are calculated. Awards? When?