Being a Mudder℠ is all about taking on the obstacles in your life and the enormous sense of accomplishment that you feel when you overcome them.
Just like we did last week, this week, we’ll choose one motivating Mudder to receive two Tough Mudder entries at 50% off.
To be considered for this week’s prize, “Show Us Why You Mudder” by uploading your inspiring Mudder story and a photo of yourself to our Facebook page using #CelebrateMudders.
One of 2015’s most team-oriented obstacles, Beached Whale is an immovable mass that stays true to its namesake.
Just because it’s immovable doesn’t mean it’s unsurmountable, however. Incorporate these training exercises into your pre-Tough Mudder regimen to navigate Beached Whale.
If you thought the first version of Funky Monkey was funky, what 'til you see our bar-raising 2015 update.
To best prep you for the new, tricked-out version of our classic favorite, Coach T. Mud is here to share three FM 2.0-centric exercises with you.
Taking part in a Tough Mudder event this year? We have our 9 top nutrition tips to help you on your way thanks to our friends at 9BAR.
1. DON'T DO DIFFICULT, NUTRITION IS ALL ABOUT KEEPING IT SIMPLE
There is nothing complicated about good nutrition. Natural food like veg and fruit are purely nutritious. The more you process and refine food the more nutritional goodies you can lose so when it comes to eating for energy, just keep it natural.
After months of consulting and planning with the hip-swiveling Coach Theodore Mudhoney, we’re ready to launch our official Tough Mudder 2015 Obstacle Training series.
Featuring think-outside-the-gym training videos highlighting how to best prep for each of our world-class obstacles, our series is full of freakishly fun, Mudder-ready training tips for newbies and Mudder legends alike.
So loosen up those hips, press play and get ready to be Coachified.
It happens every year. As spring heats up, so does your desire to have rip-roaring abs, or at least something of their semblance. But since you don’t have a gym membership or any free time with your “busy schedule,” you’ll just have to accept the baby bump o’ beer for one more summer season, right?