Sunday, 27 May 2012

The Top 10 Most Grueling Tasks In The Most Difficult Obstacle Course In The World

The Tough Mudder is a 10-12 mile, 3 hour long obstacle course designed by British Special Forces. It’s probably one of the hardest obstacle events in the world. BIC Flex4 razors think it takes a real guy (or woman) to step up to the challenge. Do you have what it takes to complete in the Tough Mudder? Take a look at some of the most difficult obstacles and see for yourself.

1. Dive In!

Dive In!
Walk The Plank: Jump off a 15 foot plank into icy cold water and swim out to the next obstacle.

2. Slopping Through Mud

Slopping Through Mud
Mud Mile: Run through trenches full of thick mud for a mile.

3. Crawling Through Mud

Crawling Through Mud
Kiss Of Mud: Crawl underneath a barbed wire only 8 inches off the ground.

4. Crawing Through Tight Spaces

Crawing Through Tight Spaces
Boa Constructor: You crawl through a series of pipes, and some lead you into freezing, muddy water.

5. Hiking With A Burden On Your Shoulder

Hiking With A Burden On Your Shoulder
Hold Your Wood: You and your teammates must grab a hold of a huge log and hike up a ski slope. This is at least a half a mile long.

6. The Slippery Slope

The Slippery Slope
Everest: You must climb up a slippery quarter pipe, but you can’t make it alone. To reach the top, you must get help from your fellow participants.

7. Climb On Up!

Climb On Up!
Bale Bonds: You've got to hurl yourself over some enormous hay bales. One of them even has a pitchfork in it. So watch out!

8. What's It Like To Be Tazed?

What's It Like To Be Tazed?
Electroshock Therapy: Sprint through a field of wires, some of which carry a 10,000 volt shock.

9. What's It Like To Be Tazed... While Crawling?

What's It Like To Be Tazed... While Crawling?
Shocks On The Rocks: It’s a mix between the Electroshock Therapy and The Kiss Of Mud.

10. Running Through Flames

Running Through Flames
Fire Walker: Run through kerosene soaked straw. Flames are up to 4 feet high.

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