Build Balance and Agility with the NinjaLine Intro Kit

Want to train like a ninja and create your own backyard gym in seconds flat? Check the patented Slackers NinjaLine Intro Kit with seven hanging obstacles. The Ninjaline allows the versatility of moving the obstacles further apart as your skills improve—and the obstacles vary in skill level. This makes the NinjaLine Intro Kit perfect for both youngsters and adults (ages 5 and up; maximum weight 250 lbs; adult supervision required).

NinjaLine reviewed by Mountain Life Media
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You can change the order of the obstacles to create endless patterns. Easy installation and take-down means that you can transport your training with you to the park, to a buddy’s house, or wherever you need to train. (Includes storage bag for easy portability.) Professional slackline webbing (36’ x 2”/ 6,000lb)  means the Ninjaline can also be used as a simple slackline to help build your balance and agility. Meanwhile, the exclusive ratchet has reinforced steel and the handle has a comfort TPR rubberized grip. The Intro Kit has 14 sewn-in pockets so you can space your included obstacles out for more difficulty or add more to your line. All obstacles include 6,000lb steel hanging delta safety clips and use UV resistant nylon rope with safety buckle attachment. Hang between two posts or healthy trees.

 

NinjaLine reviewed by Mountain Life Media
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Obstacles: two-piece 10″ x 2.5″ nylon rope knots, two-piece 16″ birch wood monkey bar holds w/triangle safety carabiners, two steel gym rings with ABS textured finish, and one traverse ring.

 

NinjaLine reviewed by Mountain Life Media
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Pro tip: The two-piece 16″ birch-wood monkey bar holds can space across two safety delta clip sleeves, or use only one to create a triangle. Allows for a variety of configurations while using the Ninjaline two-piece steel gym Rings with ABS textured grip. Great for using body weight to train and develop overall upper body strength and coordination.

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