The Mudder of all Obstacle Courses is Back
Tough Mudder has been hard at work on a labor of love to make this year’s event which will be held Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 at Plantation Field in Coatesville even more challenging than loyal Mudders have come to expect. They have re-defined old obstacles and given birth to new ones like the Birth Canal where you must crawl under a deceptively heavy, water-filled liner which is pushing down on you as you head toward daylight.READ ARTICLE >>
Tips for Preparing for a Tough Mudder Obstacle Event from Trainer Kyle Railton
Even the strongest athletes struggle through a Tough Mudder course, which might require competitors to crawl through mud and under barbed wire (an obstacle known as “Kiss of Mud”) or climb up a 25-foot scaffold, latch onto a fireman’s pole or slide through a giant ring of fire and into a tank of water.READ ARTICLE >>
Storytelling relays softer side of Tough MudderREAD ARTICLE >>
Remember: You can just tell everyone those are tears of joy. Get on all fours and try to grit through our homemade tear-enducing concoction without crawling into the fetal position.