Ninja Warrior Competitions
Compete in the Fastest Growing Sport in the Nation
The minute someone walks into the gym, we can see it: everyone wants to hit the buzzer.
And with a little training and practice, just about everyone can get started in competition. At Rock Solid Warrior we have beginner competitions, in house competitions, as well as league sanctioned competitions. There’s an age division for everyone, starting from 6under, all the way to 40+, and everything in between! Even better, you can do it without having to drive far and wide as there are 5 other ninja gyms all within a 1.5hr drive of Rock Solid Warrior!
With competition comes motivation, excitement and challenge—that’s why Rock Solid Warrior offers more competitions than your average Ninja Warrior gym.
Upcoming Competition Schedule
Rock Solid Warrior is hosting a fundraiser competition in support of Safe Families for Children.
If you like American Ninja Warrior Junior, you will love this! Some of the stars of that show and many other talented young ninjas will be competing on a multi-stage course. Including:
Sean Arms (Sean’s Got Arms)
David Futeran (The Flying Squirrel)
Hunter Rowland (The Positive Ninja)
Taylor Richards (The Sassy Red Ninja)
Tate Allen (Big Game Tate)
Luke Milman (The Afro Ninja)
Will Arnstein (I WILL Ninja)
This will be a limited capacity, multi-stage event with cash prizes and half the proceeds going to Safe Families for Children.
Learn more and sign up here
In order to qualify for Regionals, athletes must be a UNAA Member ($25/season… you can sign up as you register for the event). The top 50% qualify for Regionals later in the season. Athletes may compete in multiple Area Qualifiers even if they qualified, to work their way up the League Leaderboard.
There are divisions for children starting at age 6 (based on age as of January 1, 2021), a masters division (40+) and every age in between. All divisions will be included in this event.
Come and see how well you can do on courses designed by Caleb “Ninja of the Auer” who made it all the way to the American Ninja Warrior finals in Las Vegas in 2019 and is well-known in the ninja community as a top course designer.