The Mini Murph 2021 Open ran from February 3–11 and consisted of 10 consecutive rounds of 10 pull-ups, 20 hand release push-ups, and 30 air squats within the time limit of 90 minutes. We had record participation and many jaw-dropping performances. Below are some of the highlights:
Roni Hays from Tennessee won the women’s donor category with a blistering pace that not only put her at the top of her category, but also crushed the times of the male donor competitors and all of the competitors in the general: women category.
Dr. Jeffrey Veale from UCLA Medical Center was our first transplant professional to enter the competition, turning in an amazing time of 28:30—a truly remarkable performance given he had not trained AT ALL for this workout in advance of the competition.
Robert Claybrook from Alabama turned in an incredible time of 27:56, taking first place in the men’s transplant recipient category. Please get the word out that we are looking for more transplant recipients to participate in the next Open (3 rep max deadlift).
Henry Morales from Massachusetts took the men’s general category with a time of 21:56 with impeccable form (his pull-ups look effortless). This is Henry’s second #1 finish after dominating the Grace competition.
To view all submitted workouts (sample and full competition workouts) for the Mini Murph 2021 Open, please visit our YouTube channel.
|Living Donor: Men|
|Living Donor: Women|
|Transplant Recipient: Women|
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§ Transplant professional.
** Performed a modified workout.