the obsticles, what they are and which I am dreading

ok… so here is the map: http://toughmudder.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/uk/2013/08/Yorkshire-Spectator-Course-Map.pdf

 

 

the obsticles are: Glory Blades, artic enema, dirty ballerina, boa constrictor, hero carry, electric eel, hero walls, island hopping, cage crawl, trench warfare, hold your wood, kiss of mud, underwater tunnels, walk the plank, mud mile, funky monkey, everest, and electroshock therapy…

 

Glory Blades: basically an 8 foot high wall

Boa Constrictor: crawling through a pipe

Artic Enema: Swimming through ice water

Dirty Ballerina: jummping over 4 foot mud pits

Hero Carry: Carrying your team mate

Electric Eel: dragging self along ice under electrified wires

Hero Walls: Not a clue! It’s not on the website 😮

Island Hopping: Jumping from wooden island to wodden island over water

Cage Crawl: Not a clue

Trench Warfare: Crawl through dark muddy trenches

Hold your Wood: Run while carrying a small tree! (Ok a log but they look like small trees lol)

Kiss of Mud: Crawl in the mud under barbed wire

Underwater tunnels: sort of what it says, swim through a tunnel underwater

Walk the Plank: 15foot jump into water

Mud Mile: a mile of waist deep mud

Funky Monkey: monkey bars at an incline over water

Everest: a quarter pipe the run up

Electroshock Therapy: run through a field of hannin live wires

 

 

so… ye… now in order of how much I am dreading them starting with the ones I think look easy/fun:

 

1. Trench Warfare

2. Boa Constrictor

3. Kiss of mud

4. Electric eel

5. Mud Mile

6. .Electroshock therapy

7.Dirty Ballerina

8. Hero carry

9. Carry your wood

10. Glory blades

11.  Artic Enema

12.  Island Hopping

13.  Mud mile

14. underwater tunnels

15. Funky Monkey

16.  Walk the plank

 

 

as you can see I dislike the water and monkey bar based ones lol.

 

 

 

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