Any movement listed and described in the Movement Standards document is eligible for inclusion in iF3 sanctioned events in the 2023 competition season.
The Movement Standards exist to allow athletes, coaches, and officials to understand:
- what movements are eligible for inclusion in competition
- how those movements will be judged
- how to train during the season to ensure athletes will meet the required standards on competition day.
When competition tests are announced the iF3 may issue special regulations to elaborate on test flow or special circumstances unique to that particular competition which are not covered by the movement standards.
The Movement Standards document is available for download all season long on the iF3 website. Athletes, coaches, and officials are expected to have read and have thorough knowledge of the movement standards before entering an iF3 competition.
Changes made 2023
New Movements Added
- Clean and Jerk ID 4.08 (The Clean and Jerk standard is to be used in situations where the athlete does NOT have to show full extension after the clean before doing the jerk. If full extension is required after the clean, the standard Clean, Anyhow ID 3.01 + Shoulder to Overhead ID 5.05 is to be used).
- Double Under Crossover ID 10.10
- Wall Facing Handstand Push-up ID 12.07
- Worm Squat ID 16.01
- Worm Clean ID 16.02
- Worm Hang Clean ID 16.03
- Worm Hang Clean & Jerk ID 16.04
- Worm Thruster ID 16.05
- Worm Shoulder To Overhead 16.06
- A new heading titled “Team Synchro” has been added to each movement in the movement standards document detailing which parts of the movement need to be synchronized if synchronization is required in a team competition
- Russian Kettlebell Swing, ID 6.02
The rep requirement to keep the elbows straight for the entire length of the swing has been removed, and a rep end position of Elbows locked out has been added.
- Row, ID 9.03
The requirement to have both feet on the footplates before beginning to row has been removed.
- A new variation has been added titled Shoulder V.22 which describes a variation of a movement where an object is kept on the shoulder during the duration of a repetition. The Variations list has also been slightly renumbered to correct a misnumbering from 2022.