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.
In honor of International Women's Day, March 8th, we're celebrating tough, inspiring women—on and off the course. Around the globe, women are breaking records, shattering stereotypes, pushing boundaries, and kicking ass. We applaud their determination, dedication, and achievements on March 8th and every day.
We've gathered some of our favorite Mudder women moments to share so sit back, relax, and prepare to be inspired.
Seriously, who can resist a pic of a cute dog in a headband? Or a cute dog getting muddy? Or a cute dog conquering a mini version of Everest or Berlin Walls? (Ruff Mudder Philly, we're looking at you.) For no reason other than your viewing pleasure, we submit the following dogs, all stars of Tough Mudder's Instagram, who are Probably the Toughest Pooches On the Planet. You're welcome.
Looking for a new playlist to crank while you're training for Tough Mudder? Check out DJ Will Gill's go-to tunes on our brand new official Tough Mudder Spotify channel:
Follow us for motivational bangers and mud-themed tunes that will get you pumped for event season.
No matter what fitness goal you’re chasing this winter, if you're training outdoors, the right cold weather running gear will keep you comfortable and happy—and that’s more than half the battle.
At Tough Mudder, we’ve heard every excuse in the book for not getting to an event—and we're not buying 'em.
There's no finish line beer 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.
The off-season is a struggle for every Mudder, but these are the top six reasons why you're really missing Tough Mudder weekends.
After a rare form of brain cancer took her grandmother's life, Tough Mudder athlete Stephanie Latawiec felt called to continue her story—and raise money for a cure.