This got me thinking about all the crazy things I've done in preparation for a race and how endless the possibilities were for this sport. With all the chaotic surprises and dilemmas involved, she couldn't be the only one training in "unconventional” ways, right?
Over the weekend I embarked on a journey known as the Tough Mudder. Many are familiar with this race brand and continue to associate it with pain, torment, toughness and sheer badassery. I will start by saying that this may be the case with most Tough Mudder's/ Toughest Mudders and World's Toughest Mudders, but today I was pleasantly surprised with - dare I say it - how easy and laid back the Tough Mudder Half was.
Spartan Race is a magical experience. You truly get to channel your inner-warrior and put your limits to the test. I love Spartan Race for this and have done nearly 40 events with them. But what if “putting your limits to the test” was also a test of your bladder strength? Is this acceptable?