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A 10k race over fields, lakes and undulating landscape with our trademark obstacles thrown in to test even the toughest of competitors.
Whether you choose to battle it out in the elite wave for the chance to win £250 in winners’ prize money or simply challenge yourself in the open waves, you must first convince yourself that…
A truly crazy event!12 miles long and estimated 3 hours length. Not for the faint hearted as the obstacles include running through cow dung, nettles and fire. The race is across two days the saturday and sunday. If you enter both you will get a 50% discount.
The course is approximately 12 miles long with around 26 obstacles along the way (that’s 3 a mile!) – this event really does separate the men from the boys! Serious training is needed for this, with a minimum 5 miles a week combined with some weight and circuit training. Try our 10 by 10 military army work out to get you match fit!
The 26 obstacles include cargo nets, hay bales, 15ft drops into water, mud pits, freezing cold lakes, the famous quarter pipe, underwater tunnels, monkey bars, crawling under barbed wire in a mud pit plus much more!
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The Wolf Run is Wild Running – a unique combination of three kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail runs and obstacle runs. The only Wild Run in the UK, it’s a hardcore 10k run across raw natural terrain, including open ground, woodland, lakes & thick mud. Running in a pack, or as a lone wolf, you’ll tackle a series of tough obstacles – both manmade and natural – designed to test your mental & physical strength, skill and stamina. You’ll run, climb, jump, wade, crawl and swim through a course designed to challenge you on every level.
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Almonds contain mono-unsaturated fat, which helps control cholesterol levels and protects against heart disease. The are also high in protein and fibre along with vitamins E and B, magnesium and calcium.
Blueberries are not only yummy they may help to preserve your vision and control blood sugar levels too. As well as being packed full of anti-oxidants. The NHS reports that eating three or more portions of blueberries a week can reduce risk of heart attacks by almost one third.
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Avocados are incredibly nutritious, containing B-Vitamins in abundance, more potassium than a banana, being packed full of heart-friendly monounsaturated fats and being loaded with fibre. These small fruits are great for controlling inflammation and blood pressure making them an all-round super healthy food.
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Linseed and Flaxseeds are one of the best sources of Omega 3 and are rich in Lecithin. Both aids digestion and fat metabolism. Flaxseed is a great source of lignans, which helps to support women’s health.
Need some help with a New Year Resolution? Or want a new fitness target?
Improving in sport is all about goals and targets; you won’t get better without them that’s for sure so we’ve put together a list of some below to help you get started!
Some of them are lifestyle changes and others are targets that you will need to train for.
When setting your target here’s three tips: Firstly, make sure your goals are measurable. Secondly, it needs to be a stretch but must be achievable. Thirdly, it must be fun and enjoyable!
So what’s your target going to be? Make sure you get your training plan right and your target will be achievable.
It’s time to get fit for the new year and what better way to start 2015 with a new Muddy Race workout every day. To get you Muddy Race fit we have Phil from Cambridge Fitness Academy who has devised a daily workout that you can do anywhere that will burn that Christmas bulge at get you ready for your next event. With the first workout on 1st January we will post a video here every day throughout January! Join the Facebook group to keep up to date and chat with others
Remember, you don’t need a bench. Use a chair, park bench, steps or anything raised!
Do a burpee, jump to the side then side jump back! View the video workout below!
Improve your upper body strength and get ready for monkey bars with today’s workout!
Check out today’s challenge – don’t forget you don’t have to do all the reps in one go, space them throughout the day or take a break during the workout.
Our second day and we continue with burpees, focusing on jumping outwards this time. Perfect for building leg strength, flexibility and jumping ability for an obstacle race. Follow the video below!
It’s here, the first day and it’s a good one! You’ll need some string, rope or skipping rope for this to crawl under.
*Please take care in the workouts and consult a doctor before exercising should you have any concerns.
Tough Mudder are back and in a new location, Boughton House has thousands of acres of woodland, with some of the world’s most brutal log obstacle around. The course is set firmly within the woodland and features plenty of natural water obstacles, without doubt, the two combined is a lethal combination.
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The original obstacle race will add in a location in Scotland on January 3rd 2016 working in partnership with Brass Monkey Events. For the first time ever Tough Guy founder, Mr Mouse aka Bill Wilson, has allowed the Tough Guy name to move from outside Wolverhampton, the site of the original Tough Guy assault course which first began in 1987.
Brass Monkey Events have renamed the event to ‘Mac Tough Guy’, which will, as it stands, be the first Obstacle Course Race (OCR) of 2016 just four weeks before The Original. Brass Monkey Events are a team of obstacle racers and fitness professionals who have experienced a variety of obstacle races and want to bring something different to the race scene.
Brass Monkey commented:
“Under the guidance and mentor-ship of Mr Mouse we are creating a course that will do Tough Guy the original proud. The event will make great practise to The Original later that month”
The 15km course will be set at the most extreme location between Glasgow and Edinburgh in the coldest Scottish winter. Brass Monkey continued:
“We will be continuing you the essence of Tough Guy The Original with respect to the obstacles contained in the event as you know it. However, we will be adding our own Scottish Twist to these obstacles, hoping to add a new flavour for you all here in Scotland. We will be using the terrain at its best, the weather we hope will bring you the best of the weather that we know Scotland is known for (just imagine). We will leak some obstacles and training tips as the event approaches, keep your eyes glued to our facebook page”
Entry fee will be £65 p/person with a number of prices for teams of 5 and 10.
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Muddy Race had 9 teams at Judgement Day Bagshot last Sunday. The 9 teams were made up of an A and B team (competitive obstacle racers), Vets (experienced obstacle racers, and the only official ‘Vets’ team – our very own silver warriors), mixed fun teams and a ladies team. One thing was sure, Muddy Race dominated on the day by having the most teams out there, which in our opinion ‘turned Judgement Day Bagshot on 21st December 2014 green!’.
Muddy Race teams operated with pride, grit and determination and most importantly had fun, which is the true Muddy Race spirit. Muddy Race also debuted the Muddy Race Gazebo and humongous 7ft flag which teams congregated before and after the race. There was no shortage of treats to devour, with teams kindly bringing homemade and (shop bought) cakes to share. The Muddy Race Cakes also had their second appearance thanks to our lovely secret Muddy Race Cake Maker whom surprised us on the day.
With further ado, here are, in our opinion, the best picks from the Judgement Day Bagshot photo album. Enjoy and see you again next year for more fun, more teams, and even more cakes!
Image credits mybibnumber.com & muddyrace.co.uk
Image credits mybibnumber.com & muddyrace.co.uk