Personal Narrative: The First American Ninja Warrior

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Do you know what an American Ninja Warrior is? It is the tittle someone gets if they complete the world’s toughest obstacle course. Humankind has landed people on the moon, we have flown across the ocean in an airplane, but no one has yet to become the first American Ninja Warrior. Brian Arnold is the only American ever to beat stage 3 of Mt. Midoriyama, however he did not win the million dollars you would normally win if beating stage 3, because he did not complete it during the regular season, he completed it in the competition, Team USA vs The World, to tie the USA with Team Europe. Brian Arnold has grit. He has grit because grit is being tough and doing something after you originally failed to do something. That is exactly what Brian Arnold did. In 2013 he fell on the last obstacle in Stage 3, then last year he failed early on stage 2 just a few days before, beating stage 3 for Team USA. In my opinion Brian Arnold could be the…show more content…
You train all year long just have your season end after a few minutes. For him the run only lasted about 3 minutes if you include stage 1 and 2. As odd as it may seem that is something I love about American Ninja Warrior, and with lifting weights. Those obstacles do not care who you are, how tall you are, what you went through, what you are going through. Those obstacles do not care if you work out everyday or if you a man or a woman. Those obstacles will treat you the same as it will treat anyone else. That is how it is in the weight room too. The weights and the bar you put the weights on, do not care about who you are or what you have been through, it treats you the same and you will get out of it what you put into it. If you want to “not give up” than that is a choice and on American Ninja Warrior that is what can happen. If you truly dedicate yourself you can win. If you can get past the pain of bench pressing 200 pounds you can get stronger, and you can be
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