Coming to Adelaide on the 8th of November 2015 is a truly unique event for the ladies: the ‘Miss Muddy’ obstacle courses. Miss Muddy leads the way for female participation in social fitness challenges, and it also priorities inclusion, making their obstacle courses accessible for blind women and women in wheelchairs.
Miss Muddy launched in March 2014 and has already hosted 10 events to date; the first event saw almost 4000 participants, and now they are reaching close to 6000 participants at their centrally located events. Obstacle courses are rapidly becoming a more popular and fun method of exercise, and Miss Muddy offers a supportive, female-only environment suitable for ladies from a wide range of fitness levels. The ambassadors of this event are My Kitchen Rules contestant and personal trainer, Lynzey Murphey and Lauren Hannaford, a former elite Australian gymnast and current personal trainer.
The day is all about fun, participation and enjoying a day out with your girls. Miss Muddy have also partnered with the McGrath Foundation this year and their goal is to raise $380,000 to place a breast cancer nurse in an area of need for 3 years. In 2014, Miss Muddy donated over $140, 000 to charity alone. Participants are also encouraged to conduct their own fundraising towards their chosen charities.
Miss Muddy is an event for women aged 13 and up. The course includes mud, colour, foam, climbing, crawling, slipping and sliding, and lots of laughter. The course is untimed and it is all about women supporting one another in a non threatening environment. Each event encourages women to meet up with family and friends, raise some money for charity, and do something a little outside of their comfort zone; it is the ultimate girl’s day out!
Tickets can be purchased on the Miss Muddy website, and we recommend you buy soon; standard pricing will close at midnight Sunday the 11th of October, and after that depending on ticket availability and demand, the prices may rise!