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.
Use your freshly picked pumpkin or get some pumpkin puree to make these 4 protein-packed recipes.
We don't have to tell you that oats are good for you—chock full of carbohydrates, fiber and protein, they'll fill you up and fuel you through a Tough Mudder. Carbs may get a bad rap in some circles, but they're key to your Tough Mudder performance because your body relies on them for energy during exercise, especially while performing strength moves (hello, obstacles).
It's time to elevate your grill game: this summer, think outside of the bun and try one of these surprising, healthy foods to grill.
If you're training a few times a week in preparation for Tough Mudder (or even just thinking about it) you're going to be using a lot of energy. To ensure you're always raring to go and not left feeling hungry slow digesting and therefore slow energy releasing food is a great place to start.
Think the humble oat is only good for Golidilocks and the three bears? Think again. With more nutrients than most grains and loads of ways to add them into your diet (not just porridge), oats are a great addition to your diet.
We asked TREK bars, our official protein bar partner, about the science behind why oats are so important on and off the Tough Mudder course.
Bananas are the perfect training food: they’re potassium-packed, brimming with good carbohydrates, low-calorie, and easily transportable. But let’s face it: Even the perfect snack can get a little mundane after awhile—not to mention the fact that a brown, over-ripe banana isn’t always the most appealing thing to eat. If you're pressed for time, we love Barnana Organic Chewy Banana Bites for an easy snack.
Here are some everyday foods that have considerably more vitamin C than oranges. Yes, really.
This non-dairy, “nice” cream is just what your body needs to fuel-up, recover and beat your sweet-tooth.