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Swing Circle: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Swing Circle appeared as the fifth obstacle in American Ninja Warrior 4 in Southeast region, but with an addition of the trampoline at the starting platform. Kamerion Wimbley became the first competitor to complete it on either American Ninja Warrior or SASUKE 19. Pretty intimidating stats, but we can help you complete the Swing Circle at The Ninja’s Edge gym. Read …

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Devil Steps: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Devil Steps were featured as the fifth obstacle in many seasons of American Ninja Warrior as well the international versions of American Ninja Warrior such as Sasuke 19. Despite it being a popular obstacle, the Devil Steps are a huge challenge for contestants and tests their stamina to a crazy degree. Read more of this article to get started …

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Prism See-Saw: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Prism See-Saw, also called the Prism Tilt, appeared in American Ninja Warrior 5 as the third obstacle in Baltimore. Read on for tips and exercises on how to perfectly execute the Prism See-Saw in your next Ninja Warrior challenge. The Prism See-Saw Obstacle So, what is the Prism See-Saw? Competitors need to jump over a small pit onto a large triangle …

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Rope Junction: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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This time, the obstacle eliminated a fair number of competitors, including some of the most powerful ninja warrior experts. Think you can handle the Rope Junction? Read on for tips and exercises on how to perfectly execute the Rope Junction. The Rope Junction Obstacle The obstacle consists of six ropes (though seven ropes were announced): the first, second, fourth, and …

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Lache: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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There won’t be a single Ninja Warrior course that requires no Lache to get through. So, it’s one of the basics for becoming a successful Ninja Warrior. A Lache is when you hang on an obstacle and must jump to another obstacle or a platform with a swing motion. In this feature, we talk all about how to master the …

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Exclusive Ninja Warrior Training Exercises

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So you want to become a ninja warrior and don’t know where to start? Today, you’re in luck as The Ninja’s Edge has gathered all our training exercises and recommended reps in this feature for ninja warriors who are serious about training. All of the exercises listed below are for full body conditioning and you will feel a significant difference …

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Overpass: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Overpass is a newer American Ninja Warrior obstacle, firstly introduced as the second obstacle during the first episode of qualifiers on American Ninja Warrior 13. This obstacle has a similar concept to the Ring Chaser, as competitors must approach a set of three stationary laché bars. Grabbing and putting their weight on the first bar triggers the release of the “trolley bar” that …

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Shrinking Steps: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Shrinking Steps were introduced in season 11 of American Ninja Warrior, unlike the Floating Steps obstacle, there’s no room for error in this ninja obstacle. The contestants have to take bold strides between the steps. Each step is slightly higher and smaller than the last, requiring each contestant to keep their momentum forward and their balance in the center. …

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Flying Bar: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The Flying Bar is a hybrid of the Jumping Bars and Pipe Slider and is technically a horizontal version of the Salmon Ladder where competitors must negotiate down a track by jumping from one cradle to another, while holding onto a pipe. In this obstacle guide The Ninja’s Edge gives you instructions and tips on how to train for this …

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Peg Maze: Ninja Warrior Obstacle Guide

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The slanted or vertical Peg Maze is both an upper body strength test, as well as a puzzle. The inverted board requires you to start at the top portion, using wooden pegs to slide around the maze and let your body down own angle at a time. Think of the wooden puzzles with the marble in the middle that you …