Montana Teen Has Impressive Performance on American Ninja Warrior
American Ninja Warrior is one of those shows where I can honestly say, "There is no way I could do that." Sometimes there are people who like to think they could do better than the people they are watching on television. But, it always seems to be much harder than the television makes it look.
Take the show "Alone" for example. People are inserted into the wilderness and must survive alone for weeks, if not months. People watching at home always seem to have a sense that, " Oh, I can do that!" But, can you really?
The training that goes into being on American Ninja Warrior is intense. Montana doesn't have many places suitable for such intense training. That is why Butte teen, Evan Andrews, built a training gym in his garage.
Evan recently got his first buzzer on the national stage, when he dominated the American Ninja Warrior course. With obstacles that would make just about anyone intimidated, Evan took them on like it was just another day in his garage/gym, making short work of the difficult obstacles. Watch the very impressive performance from Evan.
However, Evan got some stiff competition from Josiah Singleton in the "Power Tower." With yet another very impressive performance. Evan just barely missed his chance to come out on top, narrowly getting beat by his opponent Josiah Singleton.
It appears Evan will be going to the Finals to compete. The American Ninja Warrior Finals will air on August 15th on NBC and the following day on Peacock.