American Ninja Warrior Agility Rings Review (b4 Adventure)

American Ninja Warrior Agility Rings
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
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What It Is

Now in its 10th season, American Ninja Warrior, the sports entertainment competition, has players competing in an obstacle course to see if they have what to takes to become the next American Ninja Warrior. The American Ninja Warrior Agility Rings from b4 Adventure allows fans to bring some of the competition home. They can set up an obstacle course in a backyard, park, or field. It comes with ten 14-inch plastic rings in red, white, and blue, 12 dual connectors, four hurdle connectors, and a drawstring bag with the logo on it to store all the pieces. There's an instruction sheet with four options but players can create their own obstacle courses as well for agility training, jump training, hurdle challenges, and target games. Two of the options include bean bags, which are not included but players can use their own bean bags or even two pairs of socks rolled up would work. Players can space the agility rings, and jump from ring to ring, or set up the rings hop scotch style, placing bean bags in two of the rings, and then jump from ring to ring avoiding those with bean bags. The hurdle connectors can be used to set up the rings for hurdle jumping, or a bean bag toss. 

Is It Fun?

This is a fun set for setting up an obstacle course for some friendly competition. The rings and connectors offer various ways to set up a course for agility training, jump training, hurdle challenges, and target games. 

Who It’s For

This is a cool set for fans of the TV competition as well as anyone who likes to engage in some friendly competition of their own. The manufacturer recommends it for ages 3 years old and up but it would be fun for older children, teens, and adults. 

What To Be Aware Of

Two of the suggested obstacle courses on the instruction sheet include bean bags, which do not come with this set. Players can use their own bean bags or even two pairs of socks rolled up. In the video, we are using bean bags from the American Ninja Warrior Competition set, which is sold separately. 

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy