1. Anything goes, as long as it does not put any member of the program in physical danger.
2. Two challenges must be executed after the day's prescribed exercise and in the presence of Coach Mahoney.
3. The Challenge Title holder has the right to deny up to 2 challenges. After the 2nd denial, the Challenge holder must give up the belt and the title goes back into a pool for anyone to win (including the person who just gave up the belt). The number of denials only resets after the Challenge holder has lost or given up his belt. The Challenger holder will go first in the pool challenge and get penalty based on Coach Mahoney's discretion.
4. The Challenge Holder loses the belt if he misses a prescribed workout (with or without advanced notice). The title goes into a pool for anyone to win ... excluding the challenge holder.
5. The Challenge Holder loses the belt if he is late, has not paid his insurance, or forgets to bring the belt to the training session. The title goes into a pool for anyone to win ... including the challenge holder. The challenger hold will go first in the pool challenge and get a penalty based on Coach Mahoney's discretion.
6. The order of Challengers will be based on the list provided by Coach Mahoney. If you are the next contender and you lose the challenge, miss a workout, arrive late, have your challenge denied, or fail to pay your insurance, you go to the bottom of the list.
7. The same challenge cannot be used two times in the same day.
8. No person can use the same challenge more than 3 times.
9. There will only be one challenger and one challenge holder per challenge.
10. A tie will be settled by repeating the event again.
11. After the last challenge, the new top contender has 24 hours to propose a new challenge to the challenge holder. The challenge holder than has 24 hours from the time of notice (and understanding) of the challenge to accept. If the challenge holder does not except the challenge, he loses the belt and it goes into a pool challenge where he can compete with a penalty. If the top contender does not have a challenge proposed within 24 hours, he goes to the bottom of the list.
12. The 2nd challenger of the day will have 2-minutes to propose a challenge to the challenge holder. The challenge holder then gets 1-minutes to accept or decline the challenge. If he takes longer than 1-minutes, he loses the belt and it goes into a pool where he can compete for the title. If the 2nd challenger takes more than 2-minutes, he goes to the bottom of the list.
13. Coach Mahoney can change these rules at any time.