Hold for time


This is exercise for the time. The athlete is standing by pulling hands apart at the level of shoulders, and squeezes the handles which are connected to the apparatus (e.g. to cars) by the chain, one on each side by his wrists. Apparatus are located on inclined planes. When an athlete has taken the position, the judge gives the first signal (Prepare!/Push!). The athlete gives a sign that he is ready, the judge gives the signal to release the apparatus (remove the car with brakes) and timing out starts. Referee report on completion of execution, when the athlete is unable to maintain leverages and dropped them out. There is no limitation of time and the athlete holds weight as long as he can.