Build, Train, and Competeon American Ninja Warrior icons like the salmon ladder, warped wall, ultimate cliffhanger and Sasuke ninja killers like the vertical limit and globe grasps.
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The most difficult obstacle in all of the American Ninja Warrior city finals, Cannonball Alley is the ultimate grip strength challenge. It is infamous for taking down the entire field of venice finalists except for a select few of the elite including Kevin Bull who managed to conquer Cannonball Alley with his feet. You have the opportunity to train on this extremely challenging obstacle by ordering our Ninja Balls directly from the site. These are extremely effective in training grip strength, upper body endurance, and abdominal strength.
Regarded by American Ninja Warrior veteran Joe Moravsky as the most difficult obstacle in all of American Ninja Warrior, the Vertical Limit is a 1cm thick ledge 14 feet long (less than a fingernail in thickness). Competitors must traverse this obstacle from the tips of their fingertips. Learn how you can train, build, and compete on the epitome of grip strength.
This tricky second stage obstacle may appear easy, but it has repeatedly taken down several strong competitors on American Ninja Warrior. It consists of two horizontal planks of wood, the first secured at four points, and the second at only two, so that it tilts side to side as competitors inch across handing from their fingers. Learn the tips and tricks to the unstable bridge, including building and trainng for it so you do not fall victim to it as well.
One of the most upper body demanding, explosive, and treacherous obstacles of all is the salmon ladder. It required competitors to use their plyometric strength and explosively pull-up lifting a bar up a series of rungs. Made famous through American Ninja Warrior where it has been present in nearly every single competition, the salmon ladder has taken down some of the greatest in the sport including Youuji Urushihara and Brent Steffenson.