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How do I get in shape for Tough Mudder?

How do I get in shape for Tough Mudder?

Cardio Training Sprint intervals, rowing, cycling, stair-climbing, hiking, and even swimming can all get you in shape for a Tough Mudder. Implement cardio into your workout routine twice a week to prepare for a Tough Mudder.

Do you need to be in shape for a Tough Mudder?

Ok, let’s be real: you need a basic level of fitness to do a mud run. But that’s about it. You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete, and no worries if you’ve never run 10 miles straight in your life. Tough Mudder does offer a boot camp, but if you can run 3-5 miles without stopping you’re in fine shape.

How do you train for OCR?

Here’s a sample OCR running workout you can do outdoors.

  1. Run five to ten minutes.
  2. 10 burpees.
  3. Run five to ten minutes.
  4. 20 push-ups (beginners can do knee push-ups or tricep dips off the floor)
  5. Run five to ten minutes.
  6. 20 bodyweight squats.
  7. Run five to ten minutes.
  8. 20 sit-ups.

How strong do you have to do a Tough Mudder?

But you don’t actually need a high level of fitness to crawl through a tunnel of liquid mud. You just have to be prepared to give it your all. Tough Mudder is really all about giving it 100 per cent effort and throwing yourself into every challenge you face.

How long should I train for Tough Mudder?

To train for a Tough Mudder, which is a 10- to 12-mile obstacle course and race, spend at least 12 weeks preparing. Each week, spend 2 days running intervals and 2 days doing strength-training exercises like weight-lifting, push-ups, lunges, and pull-ups.

How long should you train for a Tough Mudder?

Is a 5k Tough Mudder hard?

Tough Mudder 5K mixes 3.1 miles of running with 10 awesome obstacles to create a challenging, one-of-a-kind event. It’s not a timed race. In fact, the average finish time is 1-1.5 hours. (That’s about triple the time of a regular road 5K.

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