Traverse Wall. Using only the handholds and footholds.
Despite all the limitations that CoviD-19 has caused the past months, the Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation (POSF), the governing sports association for Obstacle Sports / Obstacle Course Racing in the Philippines, and Obsztacle Sports Team, an Olongapo City based active lifestyle community group managed to execute its plans and programs by collaborating with the local government of Olongapo and SM City Olongapo Central.
POSF is a member of the World Obstacle Course Racing (OCR), the international body for obstacle racing, as well as the Asia OCR. The objective is to introduce Obstacle Sports, OS Fitness and Cross–training benefits to all sports enthusiasts and sustainability for a more vibrant and active community.
The two groups will be conducting free obstacle box instruction, sports training, games and challenges and mini competition during the pre-event dubbed as “Learn to be a Ninja 101” from February 4-19, 2021. Then on February 20-21, 2021 is the leader board event which is the Ninja obstacle-in-a box official competition.
Atty. Alberto Agra, President of POSF said, “Anyone, whether able-bodied, Para-Athletes, youth and kids, seniors and masters can use the Boxes.” “There will be a series of qualifying races from February till May and by June the Federation will have five National teams, Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Ninja, Adventure Racing, Parkour and OCR and Ninja for the Para athletes.”
The Obstacle box is a 12-in-1 obstacle box facility, there are 8 obstacles with 4 exercise stations. This is part of the obstacle for all, everywhere initiative of POSF. The fourth box that the federation has delivered and assembled. The first three was in Alabang, Laguna and Boracay.