canadian dad builds homemade \'wipeout\' obstacle course for kids
Last month, Mike Conley set up his own 90-foot-
On the street in front of his house, for all their children near Brooklyn, Ontario, a long \"Wipeout\" obstacle course was held.
\"They were surprised by the final display of it,\" Conley said . \".
\"I have been building for a few months.
They obviously knew they would come.
They will walk out the door and see the whole process that extends from the neighbor\'s driveway to the next neighbor.
\"34-year-old Conley, a former player of a line-up game, said the experience was one of the greatest of his life and hoped his children would experience it personally.
He had an idea that after shooting his audition tape for \"Wipeout\", he made a video of the obstacle course, which included his child Hailie, 13, 5, navigate their backyard mini
Conley created a \"top-down\" barrier to gain a place in a performance.
Conley, who owns a marketing company, said: \"I\'m on wiki in Canada . \".
It was a great experience.
This is the first reason for the first video.
We always look outside for cool things to do in summer.
\"When filming the first video, his child was only 11, 5 and 3 years old, and now, two years later, with the video recently surpassing 10 million views on Youtube, they have become the feeling of the virus.
\"We did this to impress the producers and then it took off like a virus,\" Conley said . \".
\"I just thought, \'If there are so many views on this, imagine if I designed an actual course? \'\"The set-
It takes about three and a half hours to get up in the morning.
\"I\'m like the most inconvenient person in the world, so it\'s about two months in advance to make sure everything is built and we have all the material,\" he said . \".
In fact, this is a lot of material.
If you feel this way at home, the list includes 12 air mattresses, 14 inflatable recliners, and a round pool (8-foot-by-8-foot)
6 inflatable swimming pools (10-foot-by-6-foot)
8 pool sides, 6,000 gallons of water, 1,200 square feet of banner vinyl, 8 boxing gloves, 6 rocks
Wall hanging, 112 feet Wood, 16 packs of straw, 8 barrels, 298 wooden screws, 4 large red fitness balls, 1 slide, 12 cans of painting, 12-
Foot cardboard tube, an overhead logo, 12 logo decals, 6 pounds mud, three contour roaming cameras, 12 volunteers, and, last but most importantly, 25 amazing children.
Conley won\'t reveal how much the project cost him, but be sure to note, \"assuming the cost is far more than my original $300 budget, but it\'s worth every penny.
\"From the look on their faces, the children seem to agree.
When Conley\'s child opened the door for the first time on the morning of the big reveal, he said: \"They screamed.
They are very excited.
Our youngest child ran straight into the house and put on his bathing suit.
He wants to be the first person to pass it.
Of course it\'s music in Conley\'s ears.
But it\'s not just because he\'s proud of his elaborate design.
What\'s more, he always tries to keep his children active and play outdoors.
\"We are a very active family,\" he said . \"
\"The requirement we get from our kids is to play games, watch TV and surf the Internet every hour of the day.
While we try to keep our education, we try to keep them active.
\"A lot comes down to creativity, trying to compete with video games outside.
Appreciate your child\'s imagination and keep them active.
Find out how they are creative outside and don\'t even know they are working.
It\'s just for me to enjoy your kids and let them enjoy their childhood, get involved and get involved.
This is what it really means.