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Spartan FIT! Challenge from Joe De Sena

By |August 1st, 2016|

When Joe De Sena, founder of Spartan Race tells us to Spartan Up, we listen. While congratulating Mud Run Guide on passing 1000 original articles - lots of Spartan Race content in there too - he issues a challenge, are you Spartan FIT?

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Faces at the Races — Macy Owens

By |March 29th, 2016|

This week Faces at the Races highlights Macy Nicole Owens. This 14-year old is already an avid obstacle racer looking to take her game to the next stage. Learn all about this young lady.

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Faces at the Races – Hao Hoang

By |February 29th, 2016|

Name: Hao Hoang Age: 27 Lives: New Hampshire Occupation: Mechanical Engineer Favorite OCR series: Spartan Race Favorite Obstacle: Spear Throw Least Favorite Obstacle: Gravel Bucket Carry Ideal race distance: 5-7 miles 2016 OCR Goals: My 2016 goal is to podium or at least be within reach of podium Social Media: Instagram, RAGIN_AZN. It’s fairly new so there not a lot to it yet but [...]

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Faces at the Races – Dustin Radney

By |February 15th, 2016|

Name: Dustin Radney Age: 36 Resides in: Orlando, FL Occupation: Computer Engineer Favorite OCR Series: BattleFrog Favorite Obstacle: Platinum Rig Least Favorite Obstacle: Over/unders Ideal Race Distance: 10 miles 2016 OCR Goals: Podium at least one major OCR series Social Media: Feel free to reach out to me at http://www.facebook.com/dustin.radney About Me: I’ve played competitive sports my entire life but after college and upon entering [...]

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Faces at the Races – Jack Bauer

By |February 8th, 2016|

I ran Division I track/cross-country at the University of New Hampshire but quit after being burnt out from years of 60+ mile weeks. I didn’t run a race for almost 2 years before getting the urge to compete again. I signed up for my first obstacle course race a couple years ago and was instantly hooked. At 6’1”, 185 lbs, I was always that runner who liked lifting, so OCR fits perfectly with my build. OCR has also allowed me to pursue my two biggest passions: fitness and traveling. I visited 24 states in 2015, and most of them were made possible because there are races all over the country.

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Thankful for OCR, Thankful for YOU.

By |November 26th, 2015|

OCR is about competition with others, with yourself, and against the clock. We battle Father Time as we age, Mother Nature out on the course, and at the end of the day we are all FAMILY. From the Mud Run Guide family to yours, thank you so much for bringing your joy and passion to the sport we all love. Obstacle course racing and mud runs have changed so many of your lives, and has absolutely transformed ours as well.

OCRWC 2015 Flashback Video

By |November 10th, 2015|

On October 17, 2015, the best obstacle racers in the world came together to battle it out in Oregonia, OH, USA at the premiere event in OCR. The nearly 10 mile course was littered with obstacles of all shapes and sizes, some natural and many man-made; sure to test the mettle of even the most resolute and talented athlete.

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Your First Mud Run, and Why “I Can’t Do It” is Complete BS

By |August 29th, 2015|

If you have friends who have never run an OCR or Mud Run before and give you the same old "No way, I can't do that" excuse, then share this post with them! Brett takes on the excuses that keep everyone from enjoying obstacle course races and mud runs in an interview with TotallyFIT Radio - and here's a checklist on how to introduce EVERYONE to this awesome sport!

OCR Warrior: Ep. 45 – Matthew Willis vs. Nathan Palmer- KO #1

By |August 19th, 2015|

Mud Run Guide's own Matt "The Mudder" Willis takes on the young & hungry Nathan "Napalm" Palmer in OCR Warrior Men's Knockout Round #1 in Kansas City. Will Matt's experience as 2nd place finisher at OCR Warrior San Antonio give him an advantage, or will Napalm burn up the course? Winner advances to Round #2, the loser goes home!

OCR Warrior: Ep. 42 – Kansas City Qualifying Round

By |August 16th, 2015|

After torrential downpours and high wind threatened to knock our Kansas City venue off the map, dozens of OCR athletes braved the conditions and lined up to take on the OCR Warrior course. A newly revamped Skull Valley was waiting, along with plenty of mud and rain, making all the obstacles sven trickier, including our new test of agility, Hang 10. Only the top 10 athletes will move on to the Knockout Rounds - who will it be?

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