Tough Mudder is an endurance event series in which participants attempt 16–19 km obstacle courses. It was co-founded by Will Dean and Guy Livingstone The obstacles often play on common human fears, such as fire, water, electricity and heights
The first Tough Mudder challenge was held in the United States in 2010. As of 2016, more than three million people worldwide have participated in Tough Mudder events. At 5 kilometres long, Tough Mudder Half events are just under half the distance of a typical Tough Mudder challenge. The courses feature signature Tough Mudder obstacles including Block Ness Monster, Kiss of Mud, and Everest; however, they do not include any obstacles with fire, ice, or electric shocks. I attend Tough Mudder in 2017 when I was in Sydney. I was doing it with two girls, and we help each other when it was necessary. It was nice event similar to Spartan race but in Tough Mudder you have more mud. Your whole body is covered by mud.
I think there are more difficult obstacles in Spartan race than in Tough Mudder but Tough Mudder have some specialities like electric in the water or human pyramid or tube where you need to slide. I did the same year spartan race, but the weather was awful. There was a big storm and we didn’t finish the event. When you finish Tough Modder you can go to the washing machine or there are shower where you can get of the mod because it is everywhere. I recommend taking old clothes and old shoes because if you wash them there will be still mud. I think Spartan Race is more popular than Tough Mudder but if you like events like that I recommend try also this one. You will see that swimming in the mud is a lot of fun.