April 24, 2006

Obstacle performance times

In an analysis of obstacle performance times attributed to Kathy Keats, these times were given as what the average club performance should be to be competitive:
  • Dogwalk - Under 3.0 seconds for the average competitor.
  • Teeter (variance due to equipment) - Less than 2.0 is good for the average competitor.
  • A-frame - Less than 2.2 is good for the average competitor.
  • Weave poles (huge variance due to surface and spacing) - Average competitor is doing well to have 3.3 or less.

Something to aim for. Fastest times are 1 to 1.5 seconds less than this.

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