This past Saturday on Randall’s Island in New York, thousands were crowned with green and grey Urban Mudder finisher headbands, as Tough Mudder’s Cousin in the City celebrated its inaugural event.
The five-mile Urban Mudder course, featuring leaps from rooftops, shimmies through laser fields and riverside runs with views of the famed New York skyline, brought a new breed of festival fitness to the Big Apple.
Here are some of our top shots from this weekend’s very first Urban Mudder.
Coach is always inspiring Mudders to get off the couch and into the wild. In episode four of Coachified, watch him lead by example by taking his training to the great outdoors.
What do you get when you combine Coach, yoga and zero gravity? The comfort zone-crushing, side splitting episode three of Coachified.
Don't think rollerskating is a legit way to train for Tough Mudder? Well Coach is here to prove you wrong in episode two of Coachified.
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.
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.
They say you shouldn’t mess with perfection, but we couldn’t help but update our signature obstacle, Everest, for 2015.
Twenty percent higher with a tough-to-grip rounded top, you’re gonna need these Coach T. Mud-approved training tips to surmount Everest 2.0.