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It is only another 5 days Countdown to SASUKE MALAYSA, an unprecedented obstacle challenge that is based on a Japanese TV Sports reality show that was first franchise to the United States of America as the Ninja Warrior and brought to Malaysia soil by Asian Biggest Loser producer Zai Johari that will take place in conjunction with Malaysia 1 million Belia gathering in Putrajaya on 27 May 2011.

Producer Zai Johari has been in search for the first Malaysian warrior since early January to be crown and witness by Malaysia Prime Minister YAB Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak and the honorable Minister of Sports and Youth YB Dato Seri Ahmad Shabery Chik. The response was overwhelming with almost 200 participants that had applied but unfortunately, a maximum of only 80 will be selected. With the overwhelming response, Zai Johari was willing to extend the deadline for application in April to ensure the first Malaysian Warrior is the best warrior to compete in Japan.

The CHIEF'S ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP has been in support to all event produced by Zai Johari. We were also with Zai Johari training the Biggest Loser Asia finalist. Now the CHIEF ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP are training the SASUKE PARTICIPANTS to prepare them for the mad-ness obstacle that only the legendary Japanese ninja or samurai are able to pass. The training for all SASUKE PARTICIPANTS is scheduled on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday at 5:45am. Interested Sasuke Participants should register online at by clicking "ENROL NOW" and click the big green "H" button.

In search of Malaysia's first Warrior blog is available HERE. The first series "17 Days Countdown" that featured 5 OF Sasuke's participants training and preparation video is available HERE.
The second series "9 Days Countdown" that featured 11 of Sasuke's participant's training video is available HERE. Please find below, another 10 training videos of Sasuke participants. Base on all training videos, maybe we should open up a 'betting-centre' for who will be Malaysia's first WARRIOR!!!

Zai Johari, i know you are very stressed but trust me.... the participants are exponentially more stress than you.......

Fian Showreel (?) This participant was practically 'flying' from start to end..... Oh my god.... watch it!! I hope it is not a camera trick.... :-p

HafizulZikry Yusof joined the SASUKE Malaysia being an under-pressured crew perhaps from his colleague or training partners but being a member of parkour Malaysia, HafizulZikri will be a force to reckon with. He joined the Sasuke Malaysia to challenge his own mental strength and physical capability. The ending stunt was superb!!

RAFIL THAZALI a 29 years old rocker, graphic designer from Subang Jaya ultimate aim was to beat the (toot) out of the Japanese..... if he win!!

FIRDAUS HEDER, 22 years old trained hard in the wee morning.. or was it at night and is doing sasuke for his one and truly love.......... motorcycle!?? How..? by doing one hand pullups while chatting on mobile phone?

Ilham Affendi 30 years old from Subang Jaya and is attached to IBM Cyberjaya is participating in the SASUKE Malaysia to going to win this challenge to get money to pay off his credit card...

Acap?? or whatever his name is.. but I manage to capture his shoe name.. FEIYUE. Feiyue.. i dont know if he was actually dancing or doing some stunt but the stunt looks cool!!! Somersault!!! damn cool..

Mohd Zaki....... pushups king? 3 pushups, reverse pushups, 3 roll over...... I hope there is some leg workout being trained too....

Law Yen Yang or more popularly known as .... err... wai wai? or why why? 37 years old?..... likes hiking and adventurous sports!! and thats why he joined the SASUKE MALAYSIA.. Mm.. maybe the SASUKE is harder than lifting the rubbish bin? ....joking ya..

Mohd Khairul Adlan, 19 years old maybe deputy pushups king?  Most of training regime on upper body...

The next video belong to Aiena Zahira, a trainee from the Rebel Bootcamp. She can do good split, maybe good for ballet.

For other SASUKE WRITE-UP, click below..
1. In Search for Malaysia First warrior- THE SASUKE CHALLENGE
2. 17 Days Countdown videos
3.   9 Days Countdown Videos
4. 5 Days Countdown Videos
5. Final Countdown Videos
6. Sasuke Challenge Day 1
7. Sasuke Challenge Day 2


  1. Awesome! Looking forward to this. Any idea when this will be aired? Will give me an idea when videos of it might be posted.

  2. Starts tomorrow! Updated site with what I was able to find. Can't wait for pics!

    Btw.. do you know what channel it will be shown? And if it's going to be a live thing or will it be taped and shown at a later time? I wanted to see if we can see it as it aired through an internet stream.


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