Superheroes have been flying, swinging, climbing, hanging and jumping across big and small screens for decades, but Tough Mudder champion Stef Bishop does all of that — and more — in real life.
Bishop tackled over 85 miles of muddy terrain to win the annual World’s Toughest Mudder competition in 2016, completing a whopping 17 laps of the muddy 5-mile course and over 400 obstacles in a 24-hour period.
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And needless to say, Bishop trains pretty hard to keep in top shape.
Bishop demontrated a variety of her workouts for Fox News, including the dead hang and the farmer’s carry. But she also revealed some of her tougher partner routines, like her plank-to-burpee exercise, which is just as tough as it sounds.
“One person holds a plank while the other does a burpee and hops over whoever is holding the plank. This allows one person to recover and work on core strength while the other is getting through the burpees,” explained Bishop.
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She also threw in a few “high-five” pushups and medicine-ball thows, but be wary of that last one. “Be careful of hitting your partner in the face!” she warned.
Watch the video above to see Biship’s go-to moves for tackling any obstacle, and for feeling, competing and looking like a superhero.