Want to know the toughest Tough Mudder obstacles of all time? We picked 25 of ...
One of the most talked-about obstacles in Tough Mudder, the world’s toughest fitness endurance challenge, ...
UPDATED: 17th August 2016 Need to get fit for the Sydney Tough Mudder? The Dangerously ...
Want to know how to survive the Sydney Tough Mudder? For those of you that ...
UPDATED: 17th August 2016 Need to get fit for the Sydney Tough Mudder? The Dangerously Fit Tough Mudder training program is 8 weeks of obstacle race conditioning that has been specifically designed to prepare you for the distance, obstacles and terrain you’ll be facing at this years Sydney Tough Mudder race.
Finished our Tough Mudder Training workout with 'death rolls', army crawls and hill sprints. These death rolls are much harder than they look and will leave you disorientated, but we want our team 100% ready for whatever Tough Mudder throws at them this year! @dangerouslyfit A video posted by Dangerously Fit (@dangerouslyfit) on Sep 26, 2016 at 12:34am PDT
Want to know the toughest Tough Mudder obstacles of all time? We picked 25 of the most challenging obstacles you might encounter at this years Sydney Tough Mudder. 1. Twinkle Toes Use your balancing skill to the next level! In this obstacle, you are required to cross a narrow piece of wood placed above an icy water surface.
One of the most talked-about obstacles in Tough Mudder, the world’s toughest fitness endurance challenge, is Electroshock Therapy. Electroshock therapy involves a thousand dangling wires hooked to multiple controllers and supported by 500 pounds of wood that are about 20 feet wide and 50 feet long, positioned strategically near the finish line.
Want to know how to survive the Sydney Tough Mudder? For those of you that have never heard of Tough Mudder … it’s self-proclaimed as “Probably the Toughest Event on the Planet”. Only 78% of competitors make it to the finish line… but hopefully with the help of my Survival Guide you’ll be one of the 22%.
Imagine this… You’re lying on your belly, crawling through mud under barbed wire in soaking wet clothes – your body is beginning to ache and you can feel your muscles slowly becoming weaker. You’re only half way through the 20 km race and you still have to tackle some of events toughest obstacles, including the monkey bars and famous electric shock therapy.