How to build an obstacle course at home - Obstacle Course Ideas by Rick Tew sponsored by Pad-Up.com





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How to build an obstacle course at home - Obstacle Course Ideas by Rick Tew from NinjaGym Martial Arts and Fitness Camps in Thailand, sponsored by Pad-Up.com

1. Start by planning where it will be - choose a space with a lot of room.
2. Draw out what you want the course to look like
3. Choose what objects you want to have in the course. Be creative!
4. Adding a heavy bag to your obstacle course can help develop stamina and strength.
5. Once you have the idea on paper, start constructing.
6. Decide how you should traverse various sections.

Obstacle course is a great whole body workout. It improves you speed, agility, strength and balance.

Visit http://www.pad-up.com/ for a wide variety of heavy bags. Bag gloves and hand wraps should also be worn to protect the hands while striking the bag.

Rick Tew is an internationally acclaimed Sensei or teacher in the martial arts and founder of CMS - College of Martial Science and NinjaGym. He runs Short and Long term Martial Arts Training Camps in California, Thailand and Holland. Visit to view training programs and schedules, read Rick Tew's blog, watch training videos and be part of NinjaGym Martial Arts Community.

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