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Free trail class at British Military Fitness
Free trail class at British Military Fitness

Free trail class at British Military Fitness

Try a FREE trial class with British Military Fitness...

How about training with the British military...not as scary as it seems! We've just completed our trial in Leeds, about 40 people attended and it was a hard but enjoyable - went in the medium group and suffered a bit to be fair - not as fit as I thought + it was hot!!! I have signed up for unlimited membership though...

Loads more fun than a gym and operating in parks across the UK, a great way get fit and lose weight and having a bit of laugh along the way. The military fitness classes are run by serving or former members of the armed forces with recognised fitness training qualifications. They will help to motivate and encourage you to get back into fitness!

Classes are graded by ability group and are for members of the public. They are designed for ALL abilities, from those returning to exercise who want to lose weight, to the already very fit.

Prices for membership start at about £25 per month (one visit per week and there is also a corporate rate of £28 (unlimited visits). You can use your membership at any location if required...

12 Comments

trail class? lol
heat added, although it should have been put in freebies - I'm sure mods will move it though

Have they any courses for special forces wannabe's - I intend on developing my skills in preparation of Far Cry 2:-D

Daniel_Saeed;2632517

Have they any courses for special forces wannabe's - I intend on … Have they any courses for special forces wannabe's - I intend on developing my skills in preparation of Far Cry 2:-D



Ledgend

nice one

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I don't know how anyone could be bothered with all the effort.

I used to be one of them when they first started out. I loved getting up at 5.30am 3 times a week. Didn't matter what the weather was you just got on with it. Most of the time you got filthy and wet, except for the times when you just got filthy...

Great fun and camaraderie I have to say and lots of very diverse people setting and usually achieving their own personal goals. Their objective isn't to humiliate or make you super fit (though they have a separate class for that) but to help you set goals and then exceed them. The fittest get harder workouts than the others and the PT's are very good.

thanks theres a club right opposite my work! i might join as i'm trying to get fit for my black belt!

If you like the military and enjoy fitness, then you should try the Reserves (TA, RNR or RAFA).

You get lots of fitness training and paid for it too. Usually one evening a week + 2 weeks full time a year. Most large employers give you extra days off if you are a reservist to do this.

I did it for a year (before I moved away) and I never been so fit in my life, and it didn't cost a bean. You are sent to do basic training which is identical to the full time forces' training i.e. same instructors, same place. The only difference is your classroom stuff is down at your local reserve base but the fitness stuff you do at the same place as the full time forces.]

I was in the RNR and I was sent to HMS Raleigh (across the water from HMNB Devonport) for my basic training.

greyster;2639711

If you like the military and enjoy fitness, then you should try the … If you like the military and enjoy fitness, then you should try the Reserves (TA, RNR or RAFA).



I think the kind of people who just want to get fit and the kind of people who want to get fit with the added bonus of having a very real chance of being sent to Iraq or Afghanistan are 2 very different demographics:roll:

heat added, although I can get a free workout with my Royal Marine everyday of the week if I want

ianrobertson01;2636996

I don't know how anyone could be bothered with all the effort.



:x
So u can get fit as instead of being a couch potato!

greyster;2639711

If you like the military and enjoy fitness, then you should try the … If you like the military and enjoy fitness, then you should try the Reserves (TA, RNR or RAFA).You get lots of fitness training and paid for it too. Usually one evening a week + 2 weeks full time a year. Most large employers give you extra days off if you are a reservist to do this.I did it for a year (before I moved away) and I never been so fit in my life, and it didn't cost a bean. You are sent to do basic training which is identical to the full time forces' training i.e. same instructors, same place. The only difference is your classroom stuff is down at your local reserve base but the fitness stuff you do at the same place as the full time forces.]I was in the RNR and I was sent to HMS Raleigh (across the water from HMNB Devonport) for my basic training.


You forgot the crown jewel of HM reserve forces, The Royal Marines Reserve

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scottysprincess;2643088

:xSo u can get fit as instead of being a couch potato!




There is nothing wrong with being a couch potato. I have done it for years and it has never caused me any harm.
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