The Shoulder Walk (ショルダーウォーク) is an obstacle introduced into the Second Stage with the redesign of the course after Nagano Makoto's kanzenseiha, replacing the Wall Lifting that had been as the final obstacle in the Second Stage from the previous 17 SASUKE tournaments.

The obstacle is similar to the Galleon in VIKING. Competitors must cross two bridges carrying a yoke on their shoulders that has two cages with balls in them hanging from each end of the yoke, weighing 40kg in total. The bridges have a small gap between them, and the second bridge is offset to the left.

The obstacle required strength, balance, and speed. However, since no one failed it, the producers chose to bring back the Wall Lifting in the following tournament.

Competitor's Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
18 3 3 100.0%
Total 3 3 100.0%