If your kids always turn a walk in the woods in to an obstacle course, have a look at the toys on this list to occupy them in the backyard. With obstacles from monkey bars to gymnastic rings, they can train to be strong and fearless, just like the contestants on American Ninja Warrior.
Your wannabe ninja warriors will be prepared for the challenge with this 50’ obstacle course to help them train. With rope grips, monkey bars and gymnastic rings, kids can build upper body strength and coordination as they work on developing their skills to take on their competitors.
These 8 monkey bars can be suspended between 2 trees in the backyard to help kids improve their core body strength, whilst getting them active outdoors. The bars will also help them to learn the skills that are needed to become a ninja warrior, including being quick and agile.
Kids can train anywhere with this Ninjaline® intro kit – there are 8 portable obstacles that are quick to put up and pack away again in the storage bag that’s included, so your little ninjas can show off their skills at a friend’s house or in the park.
With this backyard obstacle course, kids can train hard to become a ninja warrior. The 10 obstacles focus on developing different skills, and they can be moved further apart along the slackline to push youngsters, helping them to build core body strength the more they practice.
Kids won’t get bored with this 30’ Ninjaline® intro kit to help them to prepare for whatever’s thrown at them. With 10” monkey fist ropes, monkey bars and gymnastic rings, kids will need to stop monkeying around and get down to the training if they want to become the next ninja
With 7 obstacles and a climbing rope, this course will put your little shinobi through their paces. Once kids start to complete the course with ease, you can change the sequence of the obstacles to help them continue to build strength without losing interest.
Pack up the SportsTrail obstacle course and take it with you on your next adventure with the family – you can get competitive when working your way across the monkey bars and gymnastic rings by seeing who can complete their warrior training in the fastest time.
Stealthy warriors must continue to develop their skills to improve on their personal best – with this backyard obstacle course they can train day or night. Starting off with monkey bars, the course becomes more and more demanding with trapeze bars and gymnastic rings to make sure they’re put to the test.
Make American Ninja Warrior training more fun (and more damp) with this Aqua Blast obstacle course that includes a slide. Kids can slip and slide their way around the inflatable course, jumping the hurdle and the tire before skidding under the pole to win the race against the clock.
Kids will improve their balance and strength, whilst also having a laugh, with this outdoor obstacle course. Getting them out of their bedrooms away from their TVs and games consoles, the course will encourage them to burn off energy as they work hard to complete it quicker than their friends.
If your kids are afraid of heights, they don’t have to miss out on the fun – these colorful stepping buckets will help them to improve their balance, as they practice moving from one bucket to the next without letting their feet touch the ground.
Whether they’re used in soccer practice or to play a super-sized game of croquet, these multi-dome arch gates will help kids become more agile out on the field – or whilst training to become a ninja warrior of course. They can also be included in an obstacle course to test the strength of the trainees.
With this slackline, kids and adults alike can improve their upper body strength, as well as their core strength – in fact, it’s a total body work-out. You can also attach obstacles to the line to create a challenging course that’s more fun than going to the gym.
Attach these colorful shapes to the slackline to create an obstacle course that also looks like a piece of modern art. With the stainless steel ceiling anchors, you can set up the course in your spare room or garage, so your little silent assassins can practice their training whatever the weather.
If kids are going to make it as ninjas, they need to practice their endurance – there are 18 pockets to add even more obstacles to this course, and you can change the sequence too, encouraging them to keep pushing even when they might feel like giving up.
Rather than hanging from trees in the backyard, kids can climb in safety using this cargo net. The 7’ x 6’ net can be attached to a slackline to make an obstacle that’s part of a bigger course, or used on its own to practice agility.
How quickly can a would-be warrior complete the Ninjaline®? By pressing the big, red button, kids can see their best times on the digital display as they practice working their way along a slackline or an obstacle course in order to determine whether they’re ready to take on the challenge on TV.
American Ninja Warrior training begins with this obstacle course. With 4 monkey bars, the course will stretch the width of the backyard, making sure kids build up the stamina that’s required to complete their training (as well as making sure they burn off energy before bedtime).
This customizable course provides hours of fun – even for kids (and their parents) who have been known to bunk off gym class. You can change the difficulty by adding or removing obstacles for youngsters and big kids alike. Set it up in the backyard or take it to the park.
Holding a weight of up to 220lbs, this obstacle course is not only suitable as a toy to get kids outdoors, but it can also be used by adults looking for a change from their morning work-out. The set contains hanging obstacles including monkey bars, monkey fists and gymnastic rings to get heart rates soaring.
The trail of toys your kids leave scattered around the house is an obstacle course that you complete every day; to give them a work-out for a change, have a look at this post to create a course in the backyard using DIY obstacles, including PVC pipes and wooden pallets.
Check out this article to see how this mom-blogger made a large-scale ninja warrior training course for her kids in the backyard and, if you’re not afraid of getting down and dirty with power tools (or sacrificing your lawn), learn how you can give it a go too.
If your kids want to be real ninjas when they grow up, give them a birthday to remember with a themed party. Read this post to find ideas for decorations and food, as well as how to put together an obstacle course so they can burn off that sugar.