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Conquer

Conquer @ CFBB is an obstacle based training program for anyone 8 years or older looking to test their skills on a variety of obstacle elements designed to challenge young athletes and skilled parkour freerunners alike. We offer instructor led classes for athletes to hone their skills in advance of OCR events like Tough Mudder & Spartan, as well as military and first responder training. We also offer corporate team building and birthday party packages, which include access to our party room for food and cake. The Conquer course is also customizable to fit the needs of our clients, so that we can create an obstacle experience unlike anything else available in the market today. Give us a call or shoot us an email to request more information on Conquer@ CFBBStaff@gmail.com

  Skill Level Description
Horizontal Cargo Net Beginner Athletes grab the netting and climb across sideways using their hands and feet without touching the ground challenging their upper and lower body to work together for balance.
Rope Swings Beginner Upper body strength, timing, and a little momentum will be needed as athletes use the rope to swing across the gap, and then transfer to the either the next rope or obstacle.
Hanging Doors Beginner Athletes must climb from door to door using various cutouts without touching the ground. This requires upper and lower body strength and a little strategy!
Sea of Rings Beginner Athletes move through this dangling maze by placing their feet in rings and holding onto the ropes. This obstacle requires balance to remain upright and move forward as the rings swing and spin under you.
Overhead rings Beginner Athletes must develop their timing and core strength to help them swing from ring to ring. This requires the athlete to use upper body strength and generate momentum to swing while maintaining and challenging grip strength.
Rockwall Beginner This wall contains a variety of holds to allow athletes of all ages and skill levels to climb and develop their upper body and grip strength.
Jumping Spider Beginner This obstacle starts by jumping off the angled trampoline into the alley between the walls. Athletes use their hands and feet to land between the walls, where they continue climbing or jumping forward using upper and lower body strength.
10’ Warped Wall Beginner Athletes take a running start to generate enough speed to get up the wall so they can jump and grab the top ledge. Then they pull themselves up to stand on the top of the wall in victory. This obstacle uses total body strength and power to get to the top.
Quintuple Steps Beginner Balance and coordination combine to help athletes leap from the starting point to the first 45 degree angled step and then immediately ]to each remaining step in a zigzag pattern.
Rope traverse Intermediate This is an upper body challenge. Placed overhead, athletes must travel across the rope hand over hand.
Unstable bridge Intermediate Hang on tight! This is an upper body and grip strength challenge. Athletes must grip the sides of the first bridge and then swing their body to move their hands forward until reaching the end of the first bridge. Next, they must swing their body and the bridge to make it successfully to the next bridge.
Incline Monkey Bars Intermediate This twist on traditional monkey bars requires athletes to grip the bars while climbing up the incline and down the decline. A true test of grip and upper body strength.
Traverse Rings Intermediate This obstacle requires upper body strength and hand eye coordination as athletes must use the rings to travel from peg to peg.
Canon Ball Alley Intermediate Athletes must grip and swing from cannonball to cannonball. This requires upper body and extreme grip strength. Holds come in multiple shapes and sizes for all skill levels
12’ Warped Wall Intermediate This is our middle sized wall. Athletes take a running start to generate enough speed to get up the wall so they can jump and grab the top ledge. Then they pull themselves up to stand on the top of the wall in victory. This obstacle uses total body strength and power to get to the top.
Up and Over wall Intermediate There are many ways to get up and over this wall depending on the size of the athlete. Run and vault over it, or jump up and grab the top and then pull yourself over it.
Peg Traverse Advanced Athletes climb sideways along the frame using only the pegs. Hand-eye coordination and upper body strength are crucial to help the athlete shift their body weight and transfer the peg to a new hole.
Cliffhanger Advanced This is the ultimate test for grip and finger strength! Athletes must grip the thin climbing holds and make their way across the obstacle navigating the various gaps or transitions between the holds until the end.
Rumbling Dice Advanced Athletes start out hanging from dice rods using a sideways position and then grab the top forward rod and pull down making the dice roll forward. Continue this method to roll the dice to the end of the track. This is an intense upper body and core challenge.
14’ Warped Wall Advanced The highest and most challenging wall. Athletes take a running start to generate enough speed to get up the wall so they can jump and grab the top ledge. Then they pull themselves up to stand on the top of the wall in victory. This obstacle uses total body strength and extreme power to get to the top.