World Ninja League
Introduction to Ninja Equipment
Introduction to Setup
Introductions to Techniques
This quiz will test your knowledge on coach positioning, matting, spotting and obstacle placement.
Select the answer that best describes the Coach's Field of View:
The total number of views a coach recieved on their latest social media post
The total ninja obstacles a coach has experienced
The area a coach can comfortably see without turning, moving, or rotating
The number of viewers that tuned into the coaches TV episode
True or False: Coaches should focus their attention solely on the athlete on an obstacle and ignore all other athletes in their class.
Select the answer that best completes this sentence: Having athletes in a coaches blind spot can increase the risk of___
Misbehaving or bullying between athletes.
Athletes enjoying their class.
missing a funny joke told by an athlete.
What type of mat is displayed in the image above?
What does this training suggest as a comfortable range between an athlete's feet and the matting under them for most obstacles?
10ft – 20ft or 3m to 6m
10ft or 3m
less than 1 ft or .30 m
Between 1ft (.30m) and 3ft (.9m)
True or False: An athlete's peel out zone is the area in front of athlete when they are swinging on an obstacle.
True or False: Obstacles that bring the athlete higher off the matting then lower obstacles present the potential for bigger peel out zones then obstacles that keep the athletes feet closer to the ground.
Review the images labeled Example 1 and Example 2. The red arrow represents the direction the athlete is traversing. Select the image that with the best possible matting.
Select all of the precautions athletes can take to help reduce their own risk of injury:
Wear Proper Attire
Learn Proper Fall Technique
Select the answer that best defines spotting:
Spectators can spot their favorite ninjas at World Ninja League Competitions
a specific set of techniques that can be used to provide additional support to an athlete when they fall from an obstacle
A technique used to prevent all injuries
Routine for inspecting equipment in facility
True or False: Proper spotting eliminates risk completely for an athlete.
Select all of the answers that would be considered good spotting technique:
Close to Athlete
Arms slightly bent
Focused on athlete
True or False: The goal of spotting is to abruptly stop a falling athletes momentum.
Select the answer that best describes why coaches should be mindful of landing platform placement when in close proximity to walls:
athletes traveling with a high velocity may have a difficult time stopping on a platform and a close wall could introduce extra risk
stopping quickly before a wall is a fun part of obstacle competitions
coaches do not need to be mindful of landing platform placement
walls are a common part of obstacle competitions
Select the answer that best describes what a coach is looking for when scanning any bail zones
the coach for the right angle to film any potential bails.
the coach is looking for any posts, equipment or people that may be in the area an athlete may fall.
the coach is scanning for alternative techniques to complete the obstacle.
the coach should not concern themselves with bail zones.