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Within our collection of technique videos you can learn how to make short work of the most difficult obstacles your likely to see in OCRs. Including walls, monkey bars, ropes and salmon ladders.

How To Climb A Rope (And How Not To)

Several obstacle races now include rope climbs: Spartan Race, Judgement Day and No Ego Challenge, to name but a few. Without the right technique,...

How To Climb Over And Through Tyres Quickly

Tyres have become a staple feature at obstacle races, forming features of all shapes and sizes. In the latest of our How To videos,...

The Beard Video – How To Ring Traverse / Hang Tough

Welcome to the first in our new series of How To videos with Doug "The Beard" Spence from Dirty Dozen Races. In this episode,...

Nuclear Challenge Cup How To Series: Spinning Monkeys

This is the final how-to video ahead of Saturday's exciting Nuclear Challenge Cup! Now that you're in the know, we'll see you on the...

How To Climb A Vertical Cargo Net At Obstacle Races

Vertical cargo nets can be one of the more intimidating challenges at an obstacle race and it's important to treat them with respect. In...

How To Traverse Walls – Gecko Wall Techniques

Traverse Walls are getting more common at obstacle races and they can be quick to get through as long as you don't end up...

How To Salmon Ladder – For The Toughest Fast Lane

The Salmon Ladder is a classic "Fast Lane" option at Toughest's races, usually as an alternative to the rope climb. It's a tricky obstacle...

How To Climb A Vertical Wall At Obstacle Races

Although vertical wooden walls are a common obstacle, they can be one of the most challenging until you learn how to tackle them with...

Nuclear Challenge Cup How To Series: Phoenix Rising

In the first of our how to videos for the Nuclear Challenge Cup, we take you through the devilish Phoenix Rising. If you haven't already...

How To Descend A Fireman’s Pole Safely

The key word in the title of this article is "SAFELY." Anyone can descend a fireman's pole, much the same as anyone can "descend"...