Ninja Warrior is a battle of determination and skill against some of the most unique and challenging obstacles on the worlds toughest obstacle course. Each season, hundreds of challengers throw themselves at the course to see who will be the next to conquer it and become an “American Ninja Warrior”. Firestorm’s Ninja Warrior class focuses on the three main areas that need to be built up to create a true Ninja Warrior competitor.
We break our students into colored Ranks, similar to the colored belt system of martial arts. Signified by a wristband or hero shirt.
Safety & Foundation
Flow & Application
Adv. Skill & Technique
Our Ninja Warrior training classes are broken down the three sections that need to be mastered in order to have a chance at defeating the ANW course.
Skills: Each class we pick 2 – 4 main obstacles to tackle. Each obstacle is broken down into the individual skills needed to overcome that obstacle. A ninja warrior needs to be able to draw from a multitude of skill sets in order to overcome the large amount of ever changing obstacles. Our class training teaches skills from various disciplines including parkour, gymnastics, rock climbing, and more.
Strength: The obstacles of Ninja Warrior take strength to overcome, both physically and mentally. We train our strength to be functional and aid in our body movement. No lifting weights here, just body weight. Each classes’ strength training is geared towards building the strength to defeat your obstacles. We make sure that each strength training exercise you do has a purpose and works towards helping you overcome specific obstacles.
Endurance: You can be strong as a bull, but when your endurance runs out, you WILL fall into the water. Strength and skill mean nothing when you reach your cardiovascular limit. Our class incorporates Ninja Warrior courses, run again and again to make sure you build the endurance needed to make it through an entire Ninja Warrior competition run. You don’t want to run out of energy and have reached your endurance limit when its time to tackle an obstacle like the Salmon Ladder.