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Watch These Guys Horribly Fail At An Elite Fitness Competition

The Try Guys try to conquer the American Ninja Warrior course and get very, very wet.

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The Try Guys face their most epic challenge yet: the American Ninja Warrior course!

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American Ninja Warrior is a sports competition show on NBC and Esquire Network in which highly skilled competitors attempt to complete a series of obstacle courses.

We wanted to see what would happen if a group of everyday guys (and one athletic girl) tested this season's qualifying round.

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A day of training with professional athletes at Tempest Freerunning Academy proved that it's nowhere near as easy as it might appear on TV.

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After getting some tips and tricks from American Ninja Warrior veteran Brent Steffensen...

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...and some sound advice from the first woman to qualify for the American Ninja Warrior finals, Kacy Catanzaro...

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You may recall the 4'11" powerhouse becoming a viral star after she blasted through last year's Dallas finals.

...The Try Guys were still totally unprepared for the goliath course, but they were gonna tackle it anyway.

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Even American Ninja Warrior hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila were there to commentate on the few wins and many, many fails.

Will Ned charge through the Quintuple Steps?

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Can Zach hang tough on the Mini Silk Slider?

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Will honorary Try Guy Jordan swing past the Spin Cycle?

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Can Keith rise above the Hourglass Drop?

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Will Eugene scale the climactic Warped Wall?

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Find out if they're able to hit the red button and become American Ninja Warriors!*

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*If you can become American Ninja Warriors by running the course tag team-style and are able to advance after failing multiple times.

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