How I trained to run 75 miles at World’s Toughest Mudder


Adam Kwitko reveals some of his training that led up to his 75 mile World’s Toughest Mudder run.

This isn’t just some ultra-distance running race so you’ll need some strength training and I’m not talking about practicing on monkey bars or a rig. WTM is THE race where you’re bound to come across something new: in 2016 it was double rainbow and other obstacles actually changed throughout the race. You are cheating yourself by getting your body accustomed to a specific configuration of a specific obstacle. Train all muscles every week to ensure you have the strength to support yourself on a new obstacle while you attempt to figure it out, or just power through it outright.

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Original AuthorAdam Kwitko
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