March “Mud”ness Tip: Day 4

You are not Superman – don’t overdo it.  If you need to take a break, that’s okay.  We purposely made the course challenging.  If it was easy, everybody would do it.  That being said, it is reasonable to stop and consider your level of fitness and ability before you go out and try to set a world record.

We encourage all levels of fitness to participate, and you are welcome to complete the course at your own pace.  Other more serious competitors may pass you, and that’s okay.  As long as you’re not holding up the progress of others on an obstacle, there is plenty of room for everyone.

A few of the obstacles may appear daunting at first, but you should at least give them a try.  If at first you don’t succeed, ask another runner for help!  If it still isn’t your cup of tea, just safely walk around it and continue on.  We can promise you that you will have an immense feeling of pride when you finish, no matter how long it takes you.

Wall Climb

Now that we’ve shared this tip with you, it’s time to throw down on the mud run pros… the course gets tougher every year, and we challenge you to finish it faster than last year.  We’ll have the clock running!

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