Announcing: BTC fitScore
Starting later this month, Be the Change Fitness will roll out it’s fitScore program. We’re super excited about this. The fitScore will provide more measurable results, progress tracking, and motivation for you, the athlete.
What’s a fitScore?
Our BTC fitScore is a measurement of overall fitness. It’s a single number. Think of it like a credit score, for your level of fitness. fitScore (Bootcamp) and fitScoreX (BootcampX) both consist of 8 different workouts across multiple fitness disciplines that total up to a single fitScore that is measured and tracked over time. Your fitScore is used to assess current fitness levels and to set goals for future fitness levels. We’ll be able to quickly measure your progress overtime, determine what’s working, what isn’t and make changes as necessary.
fitScore “Tests” will be given once every 2 weeks on average. The fitScore Day is the time to give it your all, show what you’ve been training for and to encourage the other athletes. The tests will be judged for accuracy in movements, completion of reps, weight and/or time.
These workouts give us the best combination of overall fitness measurement, efficiency, and safety.
100 Yard run
3x Bench Max
3x Squat Max
3x Deadlift Max
RevoltX Metcon (400m run, 50 pushups, 400m run, 50 airsquats, 400m run, 25 kb swings (1.5pood/1pood), 400m run, 25 burpees)
Pushups in 1 minute
Airsquats in 1 minute
Plank hold for time
Revolt Metcon (400m run, 20 pushups, 20 airsquats, 400m run, 10 kb swings (1.5pood/1pood), 10 burpees, 400m run)
The following competition “classes” will decide what weights are used during the workouts and how the leaders go on the scoreboard.
BootcampX: Female & Male classes + Competition is 44 or under, Masters is 45-54, Senior 55+
Bootcamp: Female & Male classes + Competition is 44 or under, Masters is 45-54, Senior 55+
You’ll see our new fitScore Scoreboards in the gym soon. They’ll record the top scores from each class. All other fitScore’s will be kept private and given to you only.
For you nerds out there, this is how the fitScore is calculated. The
Step 1 – Find multiplier
Serialize (converts time string to serialized value for easier manipulation) times from first round of fitscores (already recorded) and find mean > divide 50 by the mean to establish 50 as an “average” score, this number becomes the “multiplier” that now doesn’t change:
Step 2 – Calculate score for each individual event
for scores where the lower time is best:
100-(client time * multiplier)
For scores where the higher number is better:
client score * multiplier
Step 3 – Make adjustments for different classes & expected weights (masters, female, male, etc)
Female & Male classes + Competition is 44 or under, Masters is 45-54, Senior 55+
Step 4 – Calculate individuals final score
Average the events and multiple by 10 (500 being average)
example: AVERAGE(D26,E26,F26,G26,H26,I26,J26,N26)* 10
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