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.
Mark was very seriously injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Afghanistan. Now he completes World’s Toughest Mudders.
This blogpost was written by Randy Pierce, a blind Tough Mudder Legionnaire, in celebration of upcoming release of It Takes A Tribe: Building The Tough Mudder Movement written by Tough Mudder CEO and Founder Will Dean.
Nothing beats the feeling you get crossing the finish line with your team.
4 years ago I could not walk to my mailbox and back without being exhausted. So to accomplish 10 miles and 20 obstacles during my first Tough Mudder was a great victory for me.
Meet Scott Santarella, Ceo of the Global Lyme Alliance, an organization fighting for those living with Lyme Disease, and Captain of the GLA Tough Mudder Team. With humble determination to raise funds and support Lyme disease patients, he and his team crushed Tough Mudder Long Island. Read on to find out what he learned.
Here at TMHQ we’ve seen hundreds of thousands of teams brave the mud. We know what works and we know what doesn’t. Here are 5 traits that your team needs if you want to nail Tough Mudder.