"The battle of the fittest" is a fitness competition and the aim of this competition is to find the one person who can be labeled as the fittest man and woman across the nation.

This is a platform for athletes and the regular people to come and prove themselves in front of the nation. There is no such competition which gives the athletes from different sports, a chance to show their skills for which they have been training all year round. It's not just about one particular sport that you are good at but an all rounded fitness level. This competition is based around three main sports of weightlifting, gymnastics, and track and field.


Athletes will have 2 weeks to complete all the workouts depending on which category they are playing in. You can attempt as many times as you want in that 2 weeks and send the video of your best performance. If you are playing for super athlete, you will have 5 workouts. 3 metcons, 1 Weightliting and one power lifting.


There are a few gyms which are selected as SBOTF gyms. If you workout at these gyms you dont need to submit a video how ever you will still have to record your video incase we ask for it. If you are not working out at the selected gyms then you will have to send us your video by the deadline date.


In the videos you need the following to be shown

  • The Athlete
  • The judge
  • The timer
  • The equipments

The videos must be unedited, You must introduce yourself and the equipment where the weight can be seen clearly

Validation of the video:

If the video has 4 or more no reps your workout will not be counted. So please be careful of the form


100 top men and 100 top women (although women numbers might vary) will be chosen from around the country to participate in the games. Age criteria is 18+. There is no weight category and will be an open event. Athletes must have complete knowledge of all the crossfit movements. This year we are also introducing masters (40+ years old)


Three categories of this competition are weightlifting, powerlifting, and Metcon(circuit). These are individual events which will have a winner and a runner up but it also has one more award for the "SUPER ATHLETE". A super athlete is the one who plays all three events and wins based on the point system.
This is to encourage athletes to look outside their main sport and try and train for being good at the other sports as well.


Weightlifting is made of the 2 main lifts
1. The clean and jerk, The clean and jerk is a combination of two weightlifting movements, most often performed with a barbell: the clean and the jerk. During the clean, the lifter moves the barbell from the floor to a racked position across the Deltoids, without resting fully on the Clavicles. During the jerk the lifter raises the barbell to a stationary position above the head, finishing with straight arms and legs, and the feet in the same plane as the torso and barbell.
2. The snatch, The snatch is the first of two lifts contested in the sport of weightlifting (also known as Olympic weightlifting) followed by the clean and jerk. The objective of the snatch is to lift the barbell from the ground to overhead in one continuous motion.

The powerlifting is made of the three movements

  • Squat
  • Deadlift
  • Bench Press

For both the weightlifting and powerlifting events each athlete will be given 3 attempts to get to their Max weight. A certain range of motion has to be achieved while attempting the movement. If the ROM is not up to satisfaction by the judge, the athlete gets a warning and this warning lift is considered as a lift out of the three. If an athlete fails at a lift he or she is allowed to drop the weight and try again provided it is within his three lifts. The total of his three lifts are added up and divided by his body weight. That is his score for that event. Same goes for weightlifting.

For the circuit event, the workouts will be made based on time (least time taken to complete a certain circuit) or for Max reps/rounds (total number of rounds completed within a certain time limit)


This is a fitness event. Advanced Movements like the following will not be a part of the competition for the first year

  • Muscle ups
  • Handstand walks

Movements to expect are:

  • All squats (air squat, back squat, front squat and overhead squat
  • All presses (shoulder press, push press, push jerk)
  • Deadlift and sumo deadlift high pulls
  • Bench press
  • Cleans
  • Snatches
  • Pull ups
  • Push ups
  • Handstand push ups
  • Rope climbs
  • Box jumps
  • Toes2bar
  • Burpees
  • Double unders
  • Kbs
  • Tyre flips
  • Peg board

Girls will not be doing pull ups and toes2bar, hspu, rope climbs, peg boards


Someone taking part in weightlifting/ powerlifting and super athlete will be in two separate score cards and the points will vary accordingly

Individual events

1. 1st place gets 1 point, 2nd place gets 2 points so on n on The person with the least points will win the category.

Circuit event

This event will have 3 workouts.
In the super Athlete category for weightlifting and powerlifting there will be no weight category.


both the powerlifting and weightlifting are raw events. No body suits and no hard knee sleeves will be allowed. Only wrist straps cloth knee sleeves and weight belts. The lifting equipment will be looked at prior to the competition and will be either allowed or not.


3 categories

  • Powerlifting
  • Weightlifting
  • Metcon

Each category will have 3 winner, male and 3 female.

  • There is a category called "SUPER ATHLETE"
  • This will have a 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize for male and female
  • The super athlete, will be that athlete who has taken part in all three categories of powerlifting, weightlifting and METCON and has the best score based on the point system.
  • The point system will be as follows. 1st place 1 point, 2nd place 2 points. So on n so forth. Person with least points
  • Entry for each individual event will be ₹ 1000 And for all three will be ₹ 2000
  • The competition is an open category. Which means no weight divisions. For powerlifting and weightlifting the score of an athlete is got by dividing his total wt moved by his body weight (super athlete is the one who lifts the heaviest no weight category )
  • There will just be one round. No qualifying and no finals. Athletes competing in Powerlifting and weightlifting get 3 attempts at each lift.
  • In this lift they can drop the weight if they fail and do another lift provided it is not over 3 attempts
  • A warning lift is when the athlete doesn't meet the required range of motion for that lift. This warning lift will be considered as a lift
  • This is a raw competition. Only wrist straps, basic knee sleeves and belts allowed. The head refree will approve the clothing in case there is a doubt