I don’t watch movies anymore and rarely watch television. But when Josh Levin told me to tune in and watch him perform on American Ninja Warrior, I decided to make an exception. American Ninja Warrior has gotten huge among the rock climbing community over the past few years. The television show courses play to the strengths of rock climbers as they favor a good strength to weight ratios and strong fingers.
Check out the clip below to see him competing in American Ninja Warrior in Los Angeles
Josh overcame a shoulder injury and surgery to get back to the top of his game climbing and get in front of millions of viewers competing in American Ninja Warrior. I’m proud of where he is now and glad that I have had the opportunity to be a part of his journey.
Here is some information about the Los Angeles Finals that Josh competed in:
“American Ninja Warrior” travels back to Universal Studios’ “New York Street” where the top 30 competitors from the Los Angeles Qualifier tackle the City Finals course. In addition to the obstacles from the City Qualifier, contestants will face the Salmon Ladder, The Wedge, Helix Hang and Invisible Ladder. Top competitors will take on the course. Competitors will vie for a chance to compete in the Las Vegas finals, to win a cash prize of $1,000,000 and the title of “American Ninja Warrior.”