The daily tasks of Australian Ninja Warrior participants are revealed

They fight it out on the Australian Ninja Warrior for a whopping $ 300,000.

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And despite being the strongest of the fit, it seems that the participants have fairly normal jobs, just like the rest of us.

From a jockey, a reed farmer to a personal trainer who defeated cancer and lost 8 kg to appear in the show, the daily tasks of the ninja & # 39; s were revealed.

From a jockey, a reed farmer, to a personal trainer who defeated cancer and lost 8 kg to appear in the show: the daily tasks of Australian Ninja Warrior participants are revealed while fighting for $ 300,000 (jockey Stephen Baster is pictured)

From a jockey, a reed farmer, to a personal trainer who defeated cancer and lost 8 kg to appear in the show: the daily tasks of Australian Ninja Warrior participants are revealed while fighting for $ 300,000 (jockey Stephen Baster is pictured)

Participant Stephen Baster, 44, is a jockey from Mornington, Victoria.

According to his Ninja fighter profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15, and is still not retiring from the industry, despite jockeys often retiring in their thirties.

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It weighs 54 kg and has even participated once in nine Melbourne Cup, once third in the coveted race in 2007.

Love for the sport: according to his Ninja Warrior profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15 and has still not stopped working, despite the fact that jockeys often stop in their thirties.

Love for the sport: according to his Ninja Warrior profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15 and has still not stopped working, despite the fact that jockeys often stop in their thirties.

Love for the sport: according to his Ninja Warrior profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15 and has still not stopped working, despite the fact that jockeys often stop in their thirties.

Love for the sport: according to his Ninja Warrior profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15 and has still not stopped working, despite the fact that jockeys often stop in their thirties.

Love for the sport: according to his Ninja Warrior profile, he started his career at the tender age of 15 and has still not stopped working, despite the fact that jockeys often stop in their thirties.

He works hard! Meanwhile, participant 28, Justin Flegler (photo) spends his days as Cane Farmer and Electrical Linesman

He works hard! Meanwhile, participant 28, Justin Flegler (photo) spends his days as Cane Farmer and Electrical Linesman

He works hard! Meanwhile, participant 28, Justin Flegler (photo) spends his days as Cane Farmer and Electrical Linesman

Meanwhile, participant Justin Flegler, 28, spends his days as Cane Farmer and Electrical Linesman.

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Originating from Tully, Queensland, he grows crops such as sugar cane, bananas and paws.

He joked that he wanted to appear on the show to put & # 39; Tully on the map & # 39 ;.

He wants to put Tully on the map: from Tully, Queensland, he grows crops such as sugar cane, bananas and paws.

He wants to put Tully on the map: from Tully, Queensland, he grows crops such as sugar cane, bananas and paws.

He wants to put Tully on the map: from Tully, Queensland, he grows crops such as sugar cane, bananas and paws.

Participate to win! Ninja Nathan Ryles, 26, (photo) from Darlington, South Australia, is a full-time personal trainer and ambassador for the Ryderwear clothing brand

Participate to win! Ninja Nathan Ryles, 26, (photo) from Darlington, South Australia, is a full-time personal trainer and ambassador for the Ryderwear clothing brand

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Participate to win! Ninja Nathan Ryles, 26, (photo) from Darlington, South Australia, is a full-time personal trainer and ambassador for the Ryderwear clothing brand

Ninja Nathan Ryles, 26, from Darlington, South Australia, is a full-time personal trainer and ambassador for the Ryderwear clothing brand.

Nathan – who is a testicular cancer survivor – admitted that he dropped 8 kg to appear in the show this year, and admits that he drastically changed his workout to focus on body weight training to prepare Ninja.

In the series, Nathan vowed to wait until he reached the top of the Australian Ninja Warrior course before introducing his girlfriend Tori Stevens.

He has the movements! Meanwhile, Leonard Hermawan (photo) says his daily breakdancing job taught him how to best maneuver the course based on his body weight, while being super skilled and quick with his hands

He has the movements! Meanwhile, Leonard Hermawan (photo) says his daily breakdancing job taught him how to best maneuver the course based on his body weight, while being super skilled and quick with his hands

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He has the movements! Meanwhile, Leonard Hermawan (photo) says his daily breakdancing job taught him how to best maneuver the course based on his body weight, while being super skilled and quick with his hands

Fit: at the show, other participants are rock climbing instructor Zed Colback, 24 (photo)

Fit: at the show, other participants are rock climbing instructor Zed Colback, 24 (photo)

Fit: at the show, other participants are rock climbing instructor Zed Colback, 24 (photo)

Meanwhile, Leonard Hermawan says his daily break-dancing job has taught him how to best maneuver the course based on his body weight, while being super skilled and quick with his hands.

At the show, other participants include rock climbing instructor Zed Colback, 24, and Joshua Day, who was a marine engineer for the Australian Navy.

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In this year's season there is a $ 300,000 cash prize for the taking if a participant completes the course and conquers Mount Midoriyama.

This year, the farthest participant is running and the fastest is still going away with $ 100,000, even if they do not fully conquer the track.

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