"Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, hosts of NBC's American Ninja Warrior, play a game where they imagine what would happen if landmarks from American cities became American Ninja Warrior obstacles."
We took a chapter from Dude Perfect and created a stereotypes video for the sport we love ... Ninja Warrior! We tried to cover the top ones you suggested on our Instagram account! Comment below and let us know which one best fits you ... and don't forget to tag your friends!
Reporter David Wharton followed Ninja Warriors like Jessie Graff, David Campbell, Brian Kretsch, and Sean Bryan through their training process and delves into the history and growth of the show.
The Los Angeles Times followed American Ninja Warrior Jessie Graff as she trained and prepared for the season 11 National Finals.
The Cowboy Ninja returned in grand style for the season! He was the only Ninja of the night to beat the Mega Wall. Find out more about how Lance was feeling that day with the American Ninja Warrior podcast, here.
Watch rookie Brian Burk celebrate every moment on the course in a run that inspired everyone.
"The locales train future ninja warriors, and often cater to kids, who come for parties and training. But they also welcome drop-in visitors of all ages. "It’s a place for people who watch the show and say ‘I can do that’ to see if they really can," says Grant McCartney, a top competitor who promotes the sport around the world. He shares some favorite gyms."https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/destinations/10greatplaces/2019/01/11/ninja-warrior-gyms-where-try-popular-obstacle-courses/
"In an interview with Sarah Herring of PokerNews last week, Miles confirmed that he had booked a bet with Deeb in which Miles would need to not only advance through a city qualifier and get on American Ninja Warrior, but also advance past the first round of the competition in order to win. While Miles wouldn’t confirm the details of the bet or offer any specifics on the stipulations, Deeb had tweeted about the bet back in September, shining some light on what now appears to be a real wager. According to Deeb’s tweet, Miles is putting up $5,000 on his ability to get on the show and advance at least one round at some point in the next three years. If Miles can do it with in a year, he’ll win at 25/1 odds, taking home $125,000. If he can do it in the second year, the odds drop to 20/1 ($100,000), while doing it in the third year would pay 15/1 ($75,000). If he still hasn’t done it by the end of year three, Deeb will collect his $5,000."https://www.cardschat.com/news/tony-miles-training-for-american-ninja-warrior-to-win-prop-bet-74955
"This American Ninja Warrior competition course kit contains two hop sacks, agility rings, competition jump ropes, birch wood bear crawl posts, and a giant ball of twine. Which basically means endless backyard (or basement) entertainment for your kids to jump, swing, and climb as they train to be the next American Ninja Warrior."https://www.scarymommy.com/gifts-sports-obsessed-kid/
Tremayne Dortch has been competing on American Ninja Warrior since season four. In that time, he's had four trips to the National Finals. However, he hasn't made it to Vegas in the past two seasons of the show. He tried to change that in Dallas, but he bounced off the Salmon Ladder and missed the cut off once more.