A team from Fresh Fitness in Skegness have helped to raise over £500 for Help for Heroes after they took part in the “world’s most challenging” obstacle course - the Tough Mudder.
Thousands of people attended the physically draining event in Yorkshire earlier this month and only 80 per cent of the participants manage to complete the course.
The Fresh Fitness team completed the 12-mile long obstacle course in just under than three hours. The average time is approximately three-and-a-half hours.
“They did exceptionally well and raised over £500 for ‘Help the Heroes’,” said a spokesperson. “The team would like to give an extra well done to Keely Smith for being the only female team member to compete all the obstacles and to all the people that sponsored them,” they added.
Fresh Fitness is planning their next event for 2014.
If you feel you would like to take part in the training or in the event call 01754 769265.
The Fresh Fitness team who took part in the Tough Mudder were Scott Kemp, Tom Wann, Jack Johnson, Peter Nicholls, Mark Wheeler, Mark Belton, Jordan Grieve, Keely Smith, Ben Bloodworth. They are pictured before and after the event.