Toughing it out on a mud run at Doddington

PUBLISHED: 15:01 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:20 01 October 2014

Members of No Fad Fitness took part in the Insane Terrain Mud Run at Washbrooke Farm, Doddington.

Members of No Fad Fitness took part in the Insane Terrain Mud Run at Washbrooke Farm, Doddington.

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An action packed mud run was held in Doddington with natural obstacles and water courses.

Washbrooke Farm, Doddington, hosted the Insane Terrain Mud Run event.Washbrooke Farm, Doddington, hosted the Insane Terrain Mud Run event.

Washbrook Farm at Doddington played host to an Insane Terrain Mud Run and taking part were several members of No Fad Fitness based in March.

The group have spent several months preparing for this event during their regular circuit training sessions and on Sunday morning fit trail sessions where they have practiced crossing a variety of natural obstacles and water courses.

Mud runs and obstacle races have become hugely popular in recent months with many different companies offering a variety of challenging events throughout the year.

Their popular appeal is mainly through groups of friends or work colleagues taking part for fun and as a fantastic ways to challenge functional fitness by combining running ability with the strength and mobility required to tackle the obstacles scattered throughout each course.

From the No Fad Fitness group, all of whom completed the longer 10km course, Justin Moore finished in 1hr16mins, Sean Beamon in 1hr17mins and Zoe Moore in 1hr17mins making her the 39th placed female.

No Fad Fitness runs at Neale Wade Academy on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 8:30pm.


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