Obstacle Types

Obstacle types group similar obstacles together by common functionality. There are currently five recognized obstacle types: Foot Dexterity, Generating Swing, Climbing (moving with all four limbs), Campusing Movements, and Moving With Obstacles. These obstacle groupings help athletes to track performance across different obstacles that require similar abilities for the athlete to complete them. 

Obstacle types are intended to reflect the dominant skill required to complete the obstacle. Keep reading to learn more about each one, or click on any of the posts to learn more about a particular type.

Moving with Obstacles

Athlete is moving the obstacle instead of moving through the obstacle.

Campusing Movements

Traversing with hands only.

Climbing (moving with all four limbs)

Moving upward on or along, to the top of, or over using both hands and feet.

Generating Swing

Obstacles rigged from ropes, chains, slings or runners.

Foot Dexterity

Lower body obstacles

Moving with Obstacles

Athlete is moving the obstacle instead of moving through the obstacle.

Campusing Movements

Traversing with hands only.

Climbing (moving with all four limbs)

Moving upward on or along, to the top of, or over using both hands and feet.

Generating Swing

Obstacles rigged from ropes, chains, slings or runners.

Foot Dexterity

Lower body obstacles

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