“People never seem to get tired of seeing ordinary people – both men and women alike – do extraordinary things,” says Arthur Smith, whose A. Smith and Co. produces the series. “The show has proved a model that sports entertainment can play really well to a broad audience,” he says. “There’s something that is in the DNA of ‘Ninja’ that’s special and relatable to people of all ages and all walks of life and that is why it has become true family entertainment.”
When watching the show, we’re always excited and dream to try, even though our young kids. However, can Kids try American Ninja Warrior?
Unfortunately, NO. Participants for American Ninja Warrior must be at least 21 years old, which means kids are never qualified for the contest, according to the game rules which is set considering children’s physical and mental condition.
Then what should parents do to satisfy kids’ adventure and challenge desire? There’s a good choice—Take them to challenge JP’s High Ropes Obstacle Course.
Similar to American Ninja Warrior, JP’s High Ropes Obstacle Course set aerial obstacles for participants to overcome, and 100+ obstacles with various challenge levels make the whole challenge tour not only painstaking, also fun and exciting.
What distinguish JP’s High Ropes Obstacle Course lies in the age requirement. No upper age limit, JP’s High Ropes Obstacle Course allows kids as young as 3 or 4 years old to challenge themselves. So it’s a real family entertainment facility and popular in shopping mall, zoos, adventure parks, resort, etc.
Should you have any question about building JP’s High Ropes Obstacle Course, feel free to contact us.