Kyle Railton AKA Coach T. Mud

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Coach Mudder

Episode 165 – First up, as promised, its the return of Carlo talking playoff football. He’s joined this week by Amelia Boone as she heard we were talking NFL and wanted in.

We then have a nice chat with Kyle Railton, better known as Coach from Tough Mudder. He got asked to lead a warm up one morning, and that led to an entire new part of his life. We dig in to find out what he was doing before being tapped by TMHQ, what he’s gotten to do as Coach since, and what he’s all about when not being Coach. We also spend some time talking about his experience getting 50 miles at November’s World’s Toughest Mudder.

Today’s episode is sponsored by Udder Mud Run. August 16, 2016. Code RUNORM gives you $10.00 off.

It is also sponsored by Obstacle Guard – Free shipping plus 5% with code ORM.

Show Notes

Coach on Instagram

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Matt B. Davis

is the host of the Obstacle Racing Media Podcast and the author of "Down and Dirty-The Essential Training Guide for Obstacle Races and Mud Runs". He is also the only (known) #wafflehouseelite obstacle racer.
  1. I didn’t listen to the Tough Mudder part yet, but as far as the football. Definitely keep that! Really enjoyed this and last week’s segments. The interview last week with Joe De Sena was also great. I liked the questions you asked and how you got more information out of him. I should probably leave an itunes review.

  2. Love the show and it was cool to listen to Coach T. Mud but, DUDE, the mouse clicking was like having an actual mouse eating a cracker next to my ear. I know that you’ll correct this and I better see you at the Spartan Ultra Beast at Tahoe this year.

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