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.
At Tough Mudder, we’ve heard every excuse in the book for not getting to an event—and we're not buying 'em.
As the old saying goes "No Mudder is an island" and we see that event after event, all around the globe as Mudders show up to tackle obstacles as part of a team. We know you know that teamwork is important when you're sweating, covered in mud at the base of an obstacle but it's also part of the reason why you show up in the beginning. Knowing someone has your back will make you bolder, push you to take risks and help you to grow as a person.
There's no finish line pint in the Tough Mudder off season—which makes it a perfect time to give Dry January a try.
Let’s face it, 2018 was rough. Mother Nature gave us a run for our money and some of our innovations weren’t the best, but we learned from our mistakes and that’s why we are going back to our roots in 2019. That being said, there are always moments worth remembering, so here are some of our favorites from 2018.
Naughty? Nice? No matter who’s on your list this year, the Tough Mudder holiday gift guide has got you covered.
What do you pack when you’re about to embark on the most extreme, insane, pulse-pounding 24-hour obstacle event on the planet (yeah, we’re talking about World’s Toughest Mudder) for the very first time?
We asked Danielle Kissel, competitive distance runner, OCR newbie, and Muddy Warrior Chick blogger, to share the gear she’s counting on to get her through World Toughest Mudder 2018.
2016 World's Toughest Mudder Champ and adventure athlete Stef Bishop tells you exactly what to pack for your next Toughest Mudder event.
We’re fairly sure we were only making our New Year’s Resolutions a matter of months ago and yet somehow here we are, the end of the Tough Mudder UK season.
In true Tough Mudder fashion there have been surprises every step of the way. What hasn’t been a surprise though is the mud, the obstacles and the epic teamwork that Mudder Nation bring to every event.
Let’s celebrate 2018 with a run through some of our favourite moments from this year.
To complete a Tough Mudder is to test one’s resilience and mental fortitude just as much as one’s fitness. For some, the event is a way to push a person to his/her limits, and for others it’s a way to put life in perspective. Those who can complete a Tough Mudder experience intense gratitude, as they realise that some people can’t.
Paralyzed from the neck down, Rob Camm was the first tetraplegic to complete a Tough Mudder.
Tough Mudder is all about the life lessons you’ll learn when you're out on the course. Here are a few you’ll pick up from your fellow mudders along the way…