Mud Mile

The most hardcore mile you've ever run.

Slosh through a series of waist-deep mud pits and try not to lose your shoes in the process. Balance and coordination are key if you want to make it through this mud-run obstacle without face-planting…but what’s the fun in that? Real Mudders℠ eat mud for breakfast.





September 27 & 28, 2014

Seattle, there will be mud.


Train Tough

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Suggested Training

Pull-Ups (with your hands close together, attempt to get your chest to the bar): Do 4 rounds of 10 reps.
Weighted Box Step-Up (with 10kg in each hand): Do 3 rounds of 10 reps on each leg.
Push-Ups: Do 4 rounds of 10 reps.

Tough Mudder Tips

Slow and steady.
Keep your eye on the Mudder in front of you. If they fall, avoid that path. Or just barrel through that sh*t. Either way, after running Mud Mile you’ll be scrubbing mud out of your ears for days.


Volunteering at a Tough Mudder event isn't just about giving back — it's about pushing Mudders forward. With helping hands, words of encouragement and an attitude as positive as the day's atmosphere, volunteers ensure that no Mudder gets left behind.