RELUCTANT MUDDERS CLUB

RELUCTANT MUDDERS CLUB

Are you a reluctant mudder? Welcome to the club! We're here to help you and guide you through the journey from reluctant to legend. Remember, the only true obstacle is yourself. So, do you have what it takes to be a mudder?

THE RELUCTANT MUDDER HANDBOOK

STILL NOT SURE IF YOU'RE READY TO BE A MUDDER?

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LET'S DEBUNK SOME MYTHS



Q. Can I skip obstacles? A. Yes. Tough Mudder is not a race, nor is it about getting a better time than other competitors, so it’s fine by us if you want to skip an obstacle and use the bypass lane. The way we see it, you are there to have fun and challenge yourself. If you think a particular obstacle really isn’t going to do this for you, just go around it without a penalty or shame.
Anyone who is at risk of our electric-related obstacles (due to medical concerns) or cannot swim (and would have a difficult time in water) is strongly advised to skip these obstacles, as safety is held at a premium at Tough Mudder.

 

Q. What is the difference between the Tough Mudder Full and Tough mudder half? A. Tough Mudder: includes 16+ KM of mud and obstacles, along with 20+ obstacles including elements of mud, water, ice and electricity.
Tough Mudder Half: includes 8+ KM of mud and obstacles, along with 10+ obstacles including elements of mud & water. We like to think of the Tough Mudder Half as an introductory event, and we can guarantee you’ll want to come back and tackle the full next time.

 

Q. Do I need to run in a team? A. No, you can definitely take on Tough Mudder solo, and we can guarantee you that you’ll still have an awesome day, and meet plenty of new friends. The whole idea of Tough Mudder is teamwork and camaraderie so you’ll find everyone helps everyone out, whether you’re in their team or not.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Ready to get muddy? Check out the upcoming Tough Mudder events in your area.