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.
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.
Tough Mudder is a big deal. Over 3 million people have slapped on the warpaint since 2010. You’ve probably heard the stories…
If you haven’t, allow us to let you in on a little secret (or 5). Here’s what they never tell you about Tough Mudder.
It’s More Than Running Through Insane Obstacles
UPDATE - Josh and his Dad meet Ellen DeGeneres
Josh's story has continued to inspire and interest people from all over the world, so much so that it has even come to the attention of beloved US TV host Ellen DeGeneres. This week Josh and his Dad Neil appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres show to talk about that incredible video and his ambition to take part in The Paralympic Games.
The show aired on the 2nd of January in the US, you can watch a clip of the interview on Ellen's page here.
We turned 5 reasons Mom is the Toughest Human on the Planet into small, shareable, tokens of thanks. #ToughMother
Secure your Tough Mudder spot in 7 steps and make the world of difference to a charity that needs your help.
One of the oldest African proverbs states, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” At TMHQ, we’re a living, breathing extension of this age-old motto. As any member of Mudder Legion will tell you, teamwork is the very foundation on which Tough Mudder is built. But what is it about a team that makes Tough Mudder THAT much better?
The Mudder community embodies the no Mudder left behind mantra.
Paralyzed from the neck down, Rob Camm was the first tetraplegic to complete a Tough Mudder.
Step 1. Team Size
Once you’ve recruited one mate, you’ve got a team. And there’s no cap on how many people you can have it your team. But don’t fret if you only have a few or even on your own – you’ll find an army of teammates on course at any TM event. There is no perfect team size. So, consider it a challenge! The bigger, the better.
Step 2. Team Name
Get creative... Every year we see “Tough Mothers” and “Brothers in Mud” but we know you can do better than that.
Take inspiration from some of our all-time faves: