Mud Run News

  • Challenging boot camp serves as preparation for Tough Mudder
    The Oshkosh Northwestern|August 19, 2013

    “We do a lot of running and a lot of obstacle type courses because that's what the mud runs are all about,” said Joelle Hamill, one of the YMCA instructors who leads the boot camp. Many in the class are gearing up for Tough Mudder, a 10- to 12-mile more.

  • Put away the Lycra to set a more relaxed pace, the Slow Bike Movement urges
    The Australian|August 19, 2013

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  • 'Soft' generation gets a charge out of Mudder
    The Sunshine Coast Daily|August 17, 2013

    His plan was inspired after participating in marathons, triathlons and mud runs he simply found unimaginative, repetitive and boring. Having spent five years in the Middle East and southern Asia working in counter-terrorism for the British Government more.

  • These Bikers Race for Last Place
    Wall Street Journal|August 17, 2013

    Participants say slower riding is a backlash to today's hard-core fitness world, brimming with boot camps and mud runs. Molly Peterson, a 46-year-old librarian in Fairhope, Ala., said people in her tennis league were cursing and throwing rackets. “It more.

  • Wrap up Summer Fun with Upshur County Mud Run
    WDTV|August 16, 2013

    This course is made for beginners all the way up to people that have done mud runs before. The obstacles are very unique." It'll begin at 10 in the morning. To download a registration packet or get more info, you can visit Share more.

  • Playing Dirty
    Boone Mountain Times|August 15, 2013

    The concept of mud runs is growing across the nation, and Johnson said it is a complement to other events — such as community bike rallies — and a way to capitalize on the fitness and being active trend sweeping the region. Like with any first-time more.

    St. John Valley Times|August 15, 2013

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  • As themed runs grow in popularity, cities that host participants enjoy revenues
    State Journal|August 15, 2013

    Charleston-area fitness expert Cindy Boggs, who has worked in the industry more than 30 years, can list several reasons why mud runs, color runs and zombie runs are picking up in popularity. First and foremost, they're fun. "These tend to be for all more.

  • Sunrise SUP series engages Castle Branch staff
    Lumina News|August 14, 2013

    Although the SUP and surf series is over, Kenney said meet ups are still happening every Friday and that a group of employees is training every Monday and Wednesday for a couple of the local 5ks and mud runs. email more.

  • Fun at the Mud Run
    Red Bluff Daily News|August 14, 2013

    We are now preparing for the mother of all mud runs, Tough Mudder, which is a 12 mile run with all kinds of horrid obstacles in Tahoe next month. You can bet your sweet bippy that I'll be training my keester off. In fact, most of our team ran/walked more.