WHAT IS AXE THROWING?

Axe throwing is competitive and fun, and the perfect activity for couples on a date night, a family outing, or for groups of all sizes and a great way to celebrate any special occasion from birthday parties, anniversaries, and corporate events to bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Why Axe Throwing?

Axe throwing has become popular due to the fact that the game is extremely fast-paced. Meaning the physical action involved in throwing the axe in a way that maximizes its distance is much more demanding than throwing a baseball!

It's also great exercise?

According to Men's Health, axe-throwing builds up your lats, shoulder muscles, and core. ... Self magazine points out that, in an axe-throwing stance, you're also working your hamstrings and calves as well.  Who knew?!

 

Code of Conduct

01

Respect the game, play fairly, and follow all rules and policies.

03

Be responsible for the sportsmanship of teammates and assist in maintaining a respectful environment for all participants.

05

Obey all facility rules, while respecting all equipment, common areas, playing areas, parking areas, and surrounding neighborhoods.

07

Not engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety, or well being of any player, official staff member, or spectator.

09

No Outside Food or Beverages without location approval.

11

All Throwers are required to fill out a waiver and have closed-toe shoes on the participate.

02

Demonstrate good sportsmanship before, during, and after games, win or lose.

04

Help to maintain and keep all equipment and conditions at the facility in good condition.

06

Refrain from the use of abusive language or profanity. Including but not limited to: contemptuous, discriminatory, or derogatory words or actions concerning race, color, language, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

08

Not initiate a fight, scuffle, or exchange with any individual (including but not limited to: pushing, shoving, punching, kicking, verbal threats or harassment).

10

No thrower is to throw an axe at a target while there is a person or live object in between or in front of the thrower.