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noobsvsninjas

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  1. So I've been working on me every single day. Decided to upgrade my training to a ninja gym- Gripz Gym. It's a new gym opened only for about 1.5 months. I think I broke myself but leveled up my skills: Accuracy 1+ Coordination 1+ Balance 1+ Strength 3+ Power 2+ Dexterity 1+ Here's what it looked like: I highly recommend going to a ninja gym in your area if you're training for ANW but haven't started a backyard course. The rigs were well placed and designed to push you past what's on TV. It's a great starting point. Now I'm
  2. Been working on keeping it basic with my strength progress for American Ninja Warrior. I put my progression video together to share for you who are struggling to reach pulling the entirety of your own weight. Before I could do a pull-up I didn't have a guide, I just adapted and overcame. Those came with a bit of consequence because it translated to more injuries than necessary along with down time. So here's my take on what to do to work up to a good pull-up:
  3. Been doing some soul searching lately, I guess it's because I'm on the wrong side of 30 and people are depending on me. Fun thing is I get to help people reach his or her goals on the daily. What I don't see are people actually standing up anymore for what's right. We have people on his or her knees to make a statement of a system that we choose to be a part of. We have the freedom to spit in the faces of people who are risking his or her lives every single day to help make our dreams possible. "All gave some; some gave all" - Howard William Osterkamp I'm very fortunate to be a par
  4. This is amazing! Thanks for the run down!
  5. I'd like to level up by posting every week an infotainment video about my fitness to qualify for American Ninja Warrior. Been reading some of these DnD posts about dragons...Although I don't play DnD, not because I don't enjoy games like that. Just never spent the time nor had people around me to play with. I don't know if I qualify but I'd like to become a dragon disciple. Dunno where to start but the fancy artwork is very fascinating. Blows my mind how talented many people on this forum are. I'll still be a noob. Any suggestions for a dragon title and what I should look like? How would one g
  6. I consider myself a noob to the whole quest endeavor. I'm a personal trainer and have established goals for clients but seem to have chilled out on my goals recently. So I'm on a quest to become the next American Ninja Warrior. I'm definitely a noob in this journey so I'll start out with the above Level 1 challenges Diet quest- Eat less cheat meals. I love to eat so that's going to be difficult. I'll start with taking one cheat meal a week/5/7. Fitness- Work on gymnastic skill and grip strength for this month every other day. Life goal- I wan
  7. Hi Nerds! I found this forum because it's an "epic quest for awesome" for the desk jockeys, nerds, and average Joe's. I'm an average Joe working my way up through the ranks in the American Ninja Warrior competition. I started my journey a month ago and now looking for support from people to help me through this process. It's a long road ahead to qualify, soooo I'm going to be posting my progress. I will be sharing everything fitness. Those will include what I'm digesting on a daily to keep my fitness up. What's hurting (i.e. grip strength, ego, soul...). I'll share my journey every
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