I would suggest running (or walking) hills!! Other than that, a simple strength training plan that incorporates overall fitness; dead lifts, bench press, pull ups, shoulder press, core work. I lost 100 lbs before doing my first Tough Mudder last September, spent 8 months sweating my a$$ off on the stair master doing intervals so I thought I was ready for the distance of the TM. The first hill almost killed me! Tons of people dropped out on that first hill. Luckily, my friend helped me regain my focus and I trudged on. 11 miles later I finished the course. I did skip several obstacles because my energy level was so low that it was all I could to keep my feet moving forward and making it to the end was the most important thing for me. Best of luck and enjoy the course!
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