Calling all TEENS!
Teens Men and Women please join us for the 2018 The Ultimate Teen Challenge, at the Arnold. TEEN’s can compete in individual and/or teams of (2) in strength, agility and speed competitions to win various awards and much more. The overall Mens and Womens Teen will win a grand prize, a Scholarship to help support their future endeavors in continuing their education. Our 6-9 exciting events range from the accelerated Bench Press competition, to weighted Sled Push, Slam Ball Toss and more to the New GRONK ZONE-Fit Circuit. (Events are subject to change.) All contenders are provided all event descriptions at registration or prior to Main Event.
2019 Registration Information Coming Soon
Join The Ultimate Teen Challenge and embody the most thrilling atmosphere, where teen athletes rally together to help elevate the awareness and importance of life long health and fitness, regardless of age. The challenge will also have Special Guest appearances over the weekend with Celebrity Professional Athletes including Bodybuilding’s Legend Franco Columbu, Olympic Gold Medalist and WWE Super Star Kurt Angle and NFL great and former Dallas Cowboy Chris Gronkowski. Teens will also receive event T-shirts and other sponsored giveaways.
Test Your Strength, Agility, and Speed
- Fun & Exciting!
- Raise awareness for life long health and fitness
- Unique contest & giveaways for all participants
- Special Celebrity Guest Appearances
- Ultimate Teen Challenge Overall Winner both Male & Female get GRAND PRIZE of college scholarship.
Eligibility: All teens must have proof of age. (Driver’s license, drivers permit, birth certificate or school ID’s are acceptable forms for proof of age.)
Scoring System: The reps and times from each event will be totaled for an overall score. The best OVERALL score wins the competition. Individual scores are based on competitors body weight.
Entry Fee $20.00 per competitor for The Ultimate TEEN Challenge
*Late registration also available on Friday March 1 and Saturday March 2 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on Sunday March 3 from 7-8:30 a.m.