You'll have fun with the Dirty Girl. I have done that one and the Warrior Dash (a bit more intense). Just work on some upper body strength to climb up rope nets and walls (they do have shorter walls, too). Add some core and lower body strength training along with your running and you will be fine. There wasn't anything terribly intimidating on their course here in Colorado last year, even the "mud pit" was only inches deep.
What you wear will probably be as important as your training. As for shorts, wear compression with longer inseams, even if they are under running shorts or a skirt. It keeps the mud you will encounter out of certain areas
. Fingerless leather gloves are nice too for when you have to pull yourself up muddy hills using big ropes.
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