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.
The holidays are a time to get turnt (responsibly, of course) . You earned the right to party, so pick your poison and turn your favorite obstacle (Mud Mile, Arctic Enema, and/or Electroshock Therapy) into an epic holiday cocktail.
How tough is your turkey? Create your very own version of #TurkeyMudder in the kitchen, at a Turkey Trot, on a run, or during your workout (essentially anywhere your heart desires) and share it with us for a chance to win one free entry to a 2016 Tough Mudder.
Upload your video on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #TurkeyMudder, or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get creative, get weird (but not too weird), and send your submissions by November 29th to be considered. Have a Happy Turkey Day, Mudders!
Don’t forget, Monday, November 16, 2015 is National Mudder Day. What’s that? Only the best day of the year in Mudder Nation. Whether you’ve just completed your first Tough Mudder, or are on your way home from World’s Toughest, it’s a day to recognize all the muddy accomplishments you made in 2015 and instead of cake, we’re celebrating with free Chipotle burritos. Wear your headband to any Chipotle in North America on Monday 11/16 and fill your belly to the brim with burrito goodness. Here’s how...
You’re probably wondering... “Who is Half-ass Henry?” While he may be a man of few words, he has wisdom beyond his years. We caught up with the legend himself to learn more about who the beard growing, sunglass sporting, newest member of Mudder nation is.
What are you striving toward?
Greatness. Isn’t everyone? If you’re not, you should be.
In the latest episode of Coachified, Coach T. Mud switched up his Tough Mudder training with some intense cardio conditioning. The pre-workout may have helped a smidge, but tapping into mental toughness and camraderie is what really pushed him to strive for greatness, crank up the resistance, and keep those supple tiger hips climbing.
Each year, on the first Monday of October, National Child Health Day is celebrated in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of keeping children active and healthy. While we might be biased here at TMHQ, we can’t think of a better way to introduce fitness into adolescent lives than on a Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder course.