American Ninja Warrior is back for a heart-pumping tenth season, and the competitors are bringing their A-game. Be sure to tune into the show tonight at 9pm ET/PT on NBC.
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American Ninja Warrior is picking up speed now. Last week, the show visited Indianapolis for the city qualifiers, and tonight, the show is headed to Philadelphia.
Season 10 premiered on May 30, and is once again hosted by Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila.
The Dallas qualifers this year introduced two new obstacles: The Catch & Release, and the Tuning Forks, which have given everyone a run for their money. The Mega Wall also made its introduction.
So far, some fan favorites are taking the lead. Daniel Gil, Adam Ryl, Drew Dreschsel, and Ryan Stratis are all heading into the city finals with top times.
Gil is a trainer at Iron Sports Fitness. He’s also a dancer and opera singer. In an interview with American Ninja Warrior, Gil was asked what inspires and motivates him. He said, ” Some people who inspire me would be, of course, in the Ninja world, people like Sam Sann and Kacy Catanzaro. People who have faced tremendous obstacles before and been really successful at it. And then my faith, my lord and savior Jesus. I’ll think about all he went through and all that I want to accomplish. Nothing is impossible Nothing is too hard. Once you get into that right mindset, mind frame, you can do it. You can do anything.”
Drew Drechsel is also doing well this season. Drechsel may have slipped at the Miami Qualifiers, but he still walked away with the fastest time.
To watch more of Drew, Daniel, and their fellow competitors, tune into American Ninja Warrior Mondays at 9pm ET/PT on NBC.