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.
Miranda Richardson is well known on the UK Tough Mudder circuit. In 2016 she went international and headed out to World’s Toughest and also the first Middle East event in Dubai. We chatted to her about combat trousers, Arctic Enema and all things volunteering…
Don’t forget, Monday, November 16, 2015 is National Mudder Day. What’s that? Only the best day of the year in Mudder Nation. Whether you’ve just completed your first Tough Mudder, or are on your way home from World’s Toughest, it’s a day to recognize all the muddy accomplishments you made in 2015 and instead of cake, we’re celebrating with free Chipotle burritos. Wear your headband to any Chipotle in North America on Monday 11/16 and fill your belly to the brim with burrito goodness. Here’s how...
You’re probably wondering... “Who is Half-ass Henry?” While he may be a man of few words, he has wisdom beyond his years. We caught up with the legend himself to learn more about who the beard growing, sunglass sporting, newest member of Mudder nation is.
What are you striving toward?
Greatness. Isn’t everyone? If you’re not, you should be.
Dear Mudders, World’s Toughest Mudders, and Future World’s Toughest Mudders:
It’s that time of year again. The time of year when all of you crazy Mudders start deciding whether you want to put your body through one of the most challenging and badass events on the planet.
Ever since wrapping up in Wisconsin, BQ and the Best Friends Gang have been hard at work setting up Tough Mudder Michigan.
Since we’re the best in the biz, you may ask yourself how the Best Friends Gang handles the task of packing so much nonsense and badassery into one innocent piece of land.
Alright, Michigan. Here’s your answer, in chronological order.
“Life is all about teamwork. Relationships are about teamwork.” It’s a good philosophy to adhere to, especially for Kyle Schmid, who makes his living bringing stories to life on television and the silver screen in SIX.
Held at Bouckeart Farms, 40 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia, and voted best course in North America by mudrunguide.com, boasts some of the best views (which include rolling, green hills, forested trails, and picturesque ponds) and mud east of the Mississippi. The red clay is so thick and so deep that volunteers reportedly had to assist participants out of the mud in 2016.