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.
Preparing for World's Toughest Mudder can feel like a full-time job. So how do you train for the most insane event on the planet when, oh yeah, you've already got a full-time job?
Jack Link’s has done more than just ‘Raise the Steaks’ in the snack bar category — it’s inspiring others to 'Raise the Steaks' in their own lives. And few athletes personify that M.O. more than Meagan Martin, world-class professional rock climber, American Ninja Warrior competitor, and all-around badass athlete.
Grab a set of [medicine] balls and get ready to sweat.
Jack Link’s is ‘Raising the Steaks’ in the snack bar category and inspiring others to 'Raise the Steaks' in their own lives. We caught up with world-class mountaineer Adrian Ballinger who knows a thing or two—or eight, actually—about Raising The Steaks. The athlete, author, speaker, and business owner has summited Mt. Everest a breathtaking (literally) eight times.
Planning on tackling Toughest Mudder? Check out these 12 training and prepping tips from undefeated champion Ryan Atkins.
Taking just 8 minutes out of your day for agility training can help you be nimble enough to breeze through the Tough Mudder course and its most challenging obstacles—including Kong Infinity.
A full-body workout that will prepare you for Tough Mudder’s most difficult obstacles sounds brutal, right? Well, today’s your lucky day, because we have a workout that will get you ready to conquer anything in your path—including Berlin Walls, sponsored by T-Rex Tape. Oh, and it only takes 10 minutes.
Tough Mudder Pro Team member Lindsay Webster gives us the scoop on her top three pre-race no-nos.
From wearing beat-up gear to focusing only on the run, check out six common training- and race-day mistakes that first-time Mudders make.