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Danville Power Lifting Rules

"Reasons for Failure"

Squat

1) Failure to comply with any of the requirements contained in the general description of the lift,which is described in the general rules.

2) Failure to observe the referee's instructions.

3) Failure to bend the knees and lower the body until the hip joint is even with the knee joint.

4) Failue to assume an upright position with the knees locked at the commencement and completion of the lift.

5) Changing the position of the bar across the shoulders after the commencement of the lift.

6) Any shifting of the feet laterally,backwards or forwards during the performance of the lift.

7) Double bouncing or more than one recovery attempt at the bottom of the lift.

8) Failue the make an attempt to return the bar to the rack.

9) Any dropping or dumping of the bar after the commencement of the lift.

10) Deliberate contact between the bar and the bar supports during the lift in order to make the lift easier.

Bench Press

1)Failure to comply with any of the requirements contained in the general description of the lift,which is described in the general rules.

2) Failure th observe the referee's instructions.

3) Any uneven extention of the arms during the lift that the referee deems a safety risk.

4) Any downward movement of the bar in the corse of being pressed out.

5) Failure to press the bar to the full extention of the arms at the completion of the lift.

6) Heaving, bounceing or sinking the bar on the chest.

7) Any raising movements of the buttocks,shoulders or feet (or lateral movement of the hands on the bar) from the original lifting position after the commencement of the lift.

8) Contact with the bar or lifter by the spotters after the commencement of the lift.

9) Any contact of the lifter's feet with the bench or its upright.

10) Deliberate contact between the bar and the bar supports during the lift in order to make the lift easier.

Deadlift

1) Failure to comply with any of the requirements contained in the general description of the lift,which is described in the general rules.

2) Failure th observe the referee's instructions.

3) Failure to lock the knees straight at the completion of the lift.

4) Failure to stand erect with the shoulders back.

5) Any downward movement of the bar before it reaches the final position.

6) Supporting the bar on the thieghs during the performance of the lift.

7) Lowering the bar before recieving the referee's signal.

8) Allowing the bar to return to the platform without maintaining control with both hands.

9) Stepping backward or forward during the performance of the lift.

10) Hitching,rocking or walking the bar up the thighs in order to make the lift easier.

 

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