About Wesley Kerr

Dr Redtights is a Tough Mudder Ambassador, GoatTough Athlete, 4x WTM'er (80 2+ team miles/2nd in 2017, 350 lifetime WTM miles), Ironman at the SISU Iron 2016 & 2017, 1st invitational champion HH12HR, Ultramarathon runner, Athlete vs Epilepsy, PhD Scientist and MD in residency to become a Neurologist. Instagram: @drredtights. Supported by Marena Sports, VRGata Athletica, Honey Badger, and Trail Toes.

Event Recap: 3 Elements Long Beach

By |January 20th, 2020|

The 3 Elements course tests three elements vital to OCR: Power, Teamwork, and Performance.

Training Tuesday: Balance Platforms Part I

By |March 19th, 2019|

What are balance platforms and how can they help you train harder and reduce injuries?

How a DNF Changed my Life: a Perspective on World’s Toughest Mudder

By |November 13th, 2018|

This is a post towards anyone who went through the brutal 24-hour obstacle course race that was World’s Toughest Mudder (WTM) 2018 in Atlanta Georgia, where we had sub-freezing temperatures and layers of ice on obstacles left and right. However, I think it’s generalizable to many other difficult challenges.

Racing a Different Challenge: Altruism

By |July 5th, 2018|

As I’ve talked about before, everyone comes to an event with a different goal in mind. Some people would be happy to finish, while others are going for speed, and still, others are competing against each other to go even faster. In the Tough Mudder community, the ambassadors have started recognizing Mudders that Assist 100 Mudders through at least one obstacle during a single event.

Getting Lost in the Woods Racing: A Cautionary Helicopter-Based Tale

By |May 15th, 2018|

uring a difficult trail race, you sign up to be pushed past your comfort zone. In certain types of races, you can expect to be told to do new activities and translate your skills towards new challenges. With that challenge comes responsibility and risk. It’s both up to the race and the racer to figure out what’s the appropriate amount of risk, and how to minimize that.

Potty Talk #2 for UltraOCR and Ultrarunning

By |May 1st, 2018|

Let us engage in some high-class potty talk for how to deal with the almost inevitable issue that will be encountered during events that are 12+ hours long: when to poop? Whenever you tell someone you run these endurance events, after the first question of “how” or “why” some of your more brazen friends might inquire about this basic human function.

Training Tuesday – Endurance training: Maximizing your Night Running

By |March 20th, 2018|

If you’re new to the world of ultrarunning and endurance racing, there’s something big and important that you might not think too much about, until you find yourself on a single-track trail with a dim headlamp stumbling over loose rocks and fearing for the health of your ankles: running at night is hard.

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The First Invitational (Unofficial) 12-hour Hurricane Heat World Championships: What is Endurance? Race Recap

By |March 15th, 2018|

This 12 hour Hurricane Heat (HH12HR) was the first invitational, unofficial World Championship, as well as Kyoul Cha's last event. The hype going into this event was big, because of all the talks of big names coming to compete in this World Championship. As a result, the Krypteia had big plans to make this one of the hardest and most inspiring of the HH12HR's.

World’s Toughest Mudder 2017: How Does it Feel to go Team?

By |December 1st, 2017|

As one of the biggest ultra-obstacle course races, World's Toughest Mudder (WTM) frequently is the highlight and peak of people's racing year. As someone who specializes in the toughest and longest events, that puts WTM at the top of my racing calendar and I structure the rest of my year around preparing for this race. However, things went a little differently this year.

2017 Tougher Mudder World Championship Recap

By |November 10th, 2017|

In early October, Tough Mudder announced a new Championship series to go with the competitive first wave on most Saturday’s of a Tough Mudder weekend. This gives the competitive people among us the opportunity to run hard and fast while also enjoying the experience of Tough Mudder.

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