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.
Here’s an inside scoop of what’s happening in our gut and why probiotics are beneficial to our health.
Comparing conventional road running to trail running is like comparing a night in a luxe hotel to one at a campground. Next time you’re thinking of hitting the pavement, try trading the smooth course route for that of a gritty, scenic, trail - you won’t be disappointed. Trail running, like a Tough Mudder, is an adventure.
You should be fueling the machine that’ll get you to the finish line with a balanced diet so you can crush Mud Mile like a badass.
We’ve got some new tricks up our sleeves this Mudder season, and Skidmarked is one of our latest Obstacle Innovation Lab creations.
A new-for-2015 obstacle that requires tricep strength and lower body explosiveness, you won’t get run over at Skidmarked if you adhere to these three Coach T. Mud-approved exercises.
It’s the morning after Tough Mudder. Whether you’re a Mudderling or a mega-Mudder, you’re likely experiencing fatigue and muscle pain. It should be no surprise that taking on a dozen obstacle-riddled miles has left you with muscle, joint or even digestive inflammation. (Don’t tell us your stomach didn’t turn before Electroshock Therapy.)