There will be plenty of dirty tactics in next month's Obstacle Hell event when participants climb, jump, crawl, slip and grip their way through more than 40 muddy courses.
The popular travelling fitness event is coming to the Carina Speedway grounds in Alloway on Saturday 18 February and promises to be a helluva time!
Event manager Dan Gold said it wasn't the first time locals had enjoyed Obstacle Hell but at this year's course they could expect something a bit different.
“We have been coming to Bundy for five or six years and we try to make our courses different and exciting each time,” he said.
“This year we are focusing very heavily on mud.
“The mud mile is going to be filthy and people are absolutely going to love it.”
Dan said the course would twist around six kilometres of the Carina Speedway and would feature mud pits, climbing walls, monkey bars, tyre walls, cargo net climbs and much much more.
He said the event was open to those eight years and over of any skillset.
“This is a fun and challenging course, its's not a race or competition but more of a personal conquest,” he said.
“We have had people up to 80 years old participate, hardcore fitness fanatics to those who have never tried anything like it before.
“It's all about having a good time.”
Dan said participants could sign up as an individual or make a team.
“As long as you all book the same session time you will all depart together,” he said.
“My one rule is if you finish clean, you have to do it again!”
Ticket prices include a bandana, gloves, finishers medal, shower facilities and more.
Find out more or book your ticket here.