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.
Yeah, you can totally eat french toast for breakfast on event day. As long as it's loaded with protein, healthy fats and complex carbs - get the recipe.
Daniel Hiscoke is a 3x Mudder with deep love for mud and a knack for designing obstacles. As the winner of the Extreme Obstacle Design Challenge, he may have just created the next great obstacle for 2017. We caught up with Dan to find out exactly how he dreamt up Ladders of Success, and what he's looking forward to most on his upcoming trip to The Big Apple (NYC, that is).
In the live events business, you get used to long build-ups to a big day and the sense of anticipation that brings, but I was nevertheless underprepared for this past week’s media circus. It has been incredibly fun and inspiring but also a complete whirlwind. I was warned by several people far smarter than me that writing a book was tough and a challenge like no other. Candidly, I am not sure I understood the gravity of their words. Putting your own opinions and experiences down on paper and out there for all others to see (and judge) is an nerve-wracking experience.
Behind every movement is a community of people who passionately push it forward. With the release of Will Dean's first book, Mudder Nation can learn about the faces who've helped build the Tough Mudder tribe since the journey began in 2010. Read on for a personal letter from Will Dean, author and co-founder.