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 wait is over. Tough Mudder's brand-spanking-new original web series, Coachified, is here. In episode one, watch Coach T. Mud tackle Tough Mudder Tahoe with his party brigade.
He’s stretched you out on course. He’s taught you how to train for a Tough Mudder. He’s made you dizzy with his swiveling hips. Now, he has his own web series.
Introducing Coachified, Tough Mudder’s team-building, comfort zone-crushing original web series starring the one and only Coach T. Mud.
In case you’re new to the party, every Monday after a Tough Mudder event weekend is an official Wear Your Headband to Work Day, aka Headband Monday.
Like these Mudders did, keep the adrenaline-pumping positive energy flowing by rocking your orange in the place you make that green. Then take a photo and upload it to Tough Mudder's Facebook page using #HeadbandMonday for a chance to be featured on our blog.
Comparing conventional road running to trail running is like comparing a night in a hotel to one at the campground. Grittier and more scenic, trail running is an adventure, and thus requires proper preparation. Once you know the ways trail running is different from road running, its best to prepare for the ‘ol dusty trail by having these four pieces of gear ready to go.
Whether you’re training for a Tough Mudder or just looking to whip yourself into summer shape, trail running is one of the most rewarding hobbies you can pick up this season.
So why should you step off the treadmill and get off your asphalt? Because trail running makes training more diverse, exciting, challenging and fun. Here are four reasons why.
New for 2015, King of the Swingers requires explosive leg strength, hand-eye coordination and an extending reach.
If you’re gonna earn your crown on this bell ringer, add these three exercises to your summer regimen.