Pentathlon rankings

Note: If you haven’t read yesterday’s post, do that first!

Just another snippet on kettlebell pentathlon!  My good friend Dave found a note that Valery Fedorenko posted to Facebook, indicating what scores are considered average, good, and so on.  As Fedorenko himself points out these are very subjective, as they’ll be influenced by age, injury, and any number of other things.  But I kind of like having a score to aim for (need nearly 100 more points to level up!), and knowing what Fedorenko considers to be a good score.

Here are the ranks as outlined on facebook:

Women’s Standards

  • Less < 360 : Low
  • 361 – 540 : Average
  • 541 – 720 : Good
  • 721 – 900 : High
  • 901 – 1080 : Extreme
  • More > 1081 : Superhuman

Men’s Standards

  • Less < 720 : Low
  • 721 – 900 : Average
  • 901 – 1080 : Good
  • 1081 – 1260 : High
  • 1261 – 1440 : Extreme
  • More > 1441 : Superhuman
I’d like to reach “high”, and consider “extreme to be a very long term goal.  Superhuman is probably never going to happen!
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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Kettlebell pentathlon « Love, life, and kettlebells
  2. Matt Coe
    Mar 09, 2012 @ 07:42:40

    Just got 1524 on first attempt. Absolutely loved the workout! Exhilarating and brutal at the same time! Totally addictive! My stats were;

    Clean 28kg 120 reps (maxed out) Q3.5
    LC Press 24kg 60 reps (maxed out) Q3
    Jerk 20kg 120 reps (maxed out) Q2.5
    Half Snatch 24kg 108 reps (maxed out) Q3
    Push Press 20kg 120 reps (maxed out) Q2.5

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