Coaches

 

John Maul - Owner/Head Coach/Parkour Certified LVL 2 

I started my journey into training for American Ninja Warrior about 5 years ago. I met Brian Arnold and was invited to come to his competition called Ninja Smackdown back in 2014. I was really cocky and didn't have much if any experience on obstacles, and I fell on the first obstacle which was the quad steps.  Ever since then, I have been solely dedicated to doing whatever it takes to progress and become one of the best! I got so addicted to the sport that I made my own obstacle course series called Ninja Intensity. We came up with crazy ideas that challenged everyone in every way; not to mention one of the only competitions that had balance obstacles on stage 3. My goal is to show everyone how to conquer obstacles and have fun at the same time. All of this training is really "Intense" and requires a lot of effort and dedication. With me behind your back, I will make you unstoppable and show you the fun and amazing community of Ninja Warrior. 

Daniel Brown - Ninja/Parkour Certified LVL 2 Coach

Hey! I’m Dan Brown (No I did not write the Da’ Vinci Code). I’m currently a student getting my master’s degree in counseling. Other than that, I’m an avid sci-fi/fantasy reader and a pretty baller gamer if I do say so myself! Another hobby, of course, is Ninja Warrior training. I love running around on crazy obstacles and coming up with new ways of challenging myself and others. Balance/agility obstacles are my favorite, followed by upper body craziness. It’s a very important part of my life. Come join me for some crazy training!

Jesse Lucero - Manager/Ninja/Parkour Certified LVL 2 Coach

Hello Ninja Warriors of all ages! My name is Jesse Lucero and Ninja Warrior has become more than a hobby for  me... it's now a life style. I have been training for American Ninja Warrior for 4 years and have had the opportunity to run the Ninja Warrior course the past 2 years. Last year in Indianapolis and this year in Denver! Ninja Intensity has become my training ground and spot for coaching. I love sharing my advice to younger ninjas and seeing them conquer new obstacles. So come on in, train with me, and let's see the awesome tricks you can do!

Austin Gray - Ninja Coach 

I’m typically known for my story of donating my kidney to my elementary school friend Kaylee 15 weeks before my City Qualifying run in Minneapolis, but I’ve loved the sport of ninja long before any of that happened.

I started training for Ninja warrior late 2016 and have focused all my time on it since then. I’ve been coaching for 5 years including Gymnastics, Trampoline, Rock Climbing, and now Ninja. I’ve worked with kids of all skill levels, many of the athletes I’ve worked with have gone to compete and/or win national/world championships in all the sports I’ve coached.

On American Ninja Warrior, I was the first to clear stage 1, with the 5th fastest time, and being one of 8 rookies on stage 2. I’ve also competed in the following large events:

2 UNAA National finals

1 NNL World finals (9th place)

1 Wolfpack Ninja Tour Pro finals (7th)

Next Level Ninja Games (5th)

CNL season 1 Finals (2nd)

Bryce Tenney - Ninja/Parkour Certified LVL 2 Coach

Hi, I'm Bryce and I am a Ninja/Parkour coach at Ninja Intensity. I love all of the kids I get to coach and it is amazing to see them improve their strength, balance, and agility. It is so fulfilling to see a kid try their heart out and see the look on their face when they succeed. I have the greatest job in the world.

True Searle - Ninja Coach

Hello everyone, my name is True. I love working at Ninja Intensity because I love working with kids. They are funny, agile, and impressive! Thank you for loaning your kids to us to become real-life-ninjas!

Tayler Page - Ninja Coach

My name is Matthew Morrision and I work at Ninja Intensity. I have been doing parkour for about three years now and no matter what I do, I don't believe I will ever get bored of it. I have four siblings that I grew up with, my older brother and my 2 litter sisters. I love teaching parkour to my students because it's an amazing way to bond with them, keep them and myself in shape, and I love watching my students accomplish a new trick because I love how excited they get about it and it makes me feel great that I helped them to achieve that goal of theirs.

Matt Morrison - Parkour Certified LVL 2 Coach

My name is Tayler Page and I like to teach ninja because I love kids and enjoy doing obstacle courses! I got into ninja because ever since I was a little kid, I would build my own obstacles in my house and my mom would yell at me. I am called the Peanut Ninja because I am 5ft tall but can do things people my size normally couldn't do.

Rusty Blayter - Ninja Coach

My name is Rusty Blayter. I live in the Castle Rock area with my sister, brother, mom, and dad. Whenever I get the chance, I love to either be outside riding a bike, rock climbing, or running ( yes I'm one of those people that think running is fun), yelling at my stupid buffoon of chickens, or hanging out with my friends making stupid videos of spaghetti reviews. I haven't been in the ninja world for too long but I'm starting to get the hang of things pretty quick! i started my career of a coach around 2 years ago at a gymnastics gym where I taught parkour and all sorts of different gymnastics. I know a bit of ASL and I work great with all sorts of kiddos!! If I can't seem to form my words right if I meet you, know that I mean well and I understand what you are saying but it's just a little hard for me to form sentences sometimes.

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