For those who have never experienced a tough mudder race, its basically an extremely long obstacle course, this one being 10 miles, that you and your team have to complete together. "Tough Mudder is also about experiencing a true sense of camaraderie that, sadly, is rarely seen outside of the military these days. To get over some of our obstacles you will need the help of others – they are simply too much for one man to tackle alone. Tough Mudders, unlike some other types of endurance runners, are team players; they help out other Tough Mudders. We want everyone to compete, but being a Tough Mudder is also about making sure no man is left behind, not worrying about your finish time."
I figure, with all the halfs i'm doing, it might be nice to switch it up every so often, and March is a slow race month for me with only my Little Rock, AR race on March 6th. Major hold backs is I have very little upper body strength, and of course there is the risk of injury. I will be royally p.o.ed if I hurt myself and not be able to run for a bit because b/n April & May I already have 8 halfs on the books, potentially a few more.
Soooooooooo any input, greatly appreciated :) In the meantime, here are some photos of past mudder events.