Some were old, some were disabled, but everyone helped each other throughout the course. Everyone one was there to do their best, not to beat other teams. Everyone was united in a common goal. Lots of people walked between obstacles, and we did on the uphill. Then we ran on the downhill sections.
It would have been more difficult if we had run between obstacles and tried to get through as fast as we could, but it was more important to enjoy it, do our best and help those around us. I’m glad I did it with my brothers. It was great to spend time with them, and it was great to see each of them get through the obstacles that presented specific challenges. I think we are going to try to do a Tough Mudder every year as a team. That should build some great memories.