If running for miles isn’t your thing and lifting weights just doesn’t appeal there are plenty of other ways to get fit and strong in preparation for a Tough Mudder.
Channel your inner yogi & train better for Tough Mudder
Yoga can be beneficial for lots of reasons and many people practice because it helps them relax, find focus, feel centred and connect them with their breathing, but it isn’t just for unwinding. Yoga workouts can target every muscle in the body, it improves circulation and can lengthen and strengthen your muscles.
It’s also easily tailored to the individual, you can take it at your own pace or make it or more difficult and rigorous depending on your needs. Plus most of the basic yoga poses can be done without any equipment and in the comfort of your living room (a good job right now).
Try out the detox flows below and see how they positively impact your training.
How the flow should look
Revolved chair pose
Side angle pose
Vinyasa through to opposite side
Repeating x2 each side
The flow done by the pro
Mountain Pose – hands raised
Upward Facing Dog
Downward Facing Dog
Remember Mudders, while it is good to push yourself and see progress make sure you stop any exercise if you feel uncomfortable or in pain.
Looking for more workouts or to level-up? Our training page is packed full of obstacle course training guides and workout videos. If you haven’t booked your Tough Mudder yet, what are you waiting for?