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Cougar Ridge Elementary – Bellevue, Wa.


From groups as small as 10 or as big as the State Fair! Customize your very own “Kids Ninja Warrior” Challenge!

Our location offers plenty of spectator room, party rooms for food & drinks, clean bathrooms, obstacle courses for ages 6+ and more!

Contact us today to start creating your custom event!





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Kids Ninja Warrior

1/2 Day prices starting at – $2000*

Full Day prices starting at – $3500*

  • Top Times Board
  • Stop Watches
  • Finalist Medals
  • Top Time T-shirts

*Prices vary on number of participants, location, length of time and other details of your event. Add a Course Master to facilitate your event for $500/800.

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Kids Ninja Warrior

Sensei Chris Hadlock


My name is Sensei Chris and I started Kids Ninja Warrior! They call me Sensei because I began my life in the martial arts and studied with my Dad, Mom and little Sister for over 2 decades.

After seeing Ninja Warrior (“Sasuke” from Japan), on TV, I got in contact with David Campbell to see how I could get started. He graciously invited me to come train with him in Santa Cruz, Ca. and I was hooked!

I started Kids Ninja Warrior in Shingle Springs Ca. 95682 to bring this awesome activity to kids in my local community and now we’re in the greater Sacramento area and Seattle/Renton Wa. As I develop our curriculum, including hard-to-find lessons in personal leadership, kindness and life-skills is paramount. Students practice leading a healthy, active lifestyle as they earn new levels and move up in rank.

FOCUS – Student’s first lesson teaches them how to control their eyes, mind and body when listening, learning and practicing. Parents use Focus at home to remind children to stop, look and listen when someone is talking to them.

ENERGY – Every obstacle takes a certain level of energy, as does leading an exciting life. Giving friends and classmates energy by cheering them on is a leadership principle that promotes positivity and helps gain and keep friends.

TENACITY – Not quitting when most others would. I’m tired, dirty and hurt, but I’ve got one more in me. This skill allows students to have a work-ethic that is above and beyond ‘average.’ “We don’t get tired, we get hungry!”