High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a form of exercise that’s caused a lot of buzz lately. Let’s take a look at why this training method has got everyone talking, from beginners to workout experts. This is everything you need to know about HIIT.Read the full story
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Regular exercise is one of the most effective ways to look after your body. Low-impact activity like walking for fitness is a fantastic way to get frequent exercise during the week without the risk of becoming overwhelmed or injuring yourself.
Any positive change in your exercise regime is great but walking in particular can be one of the most effective steps (pun intended) towards living a healthier lifestyle. Here’s how:Read the full story
How often do you spend your day sitting at a desk, then get home and spend the evening in front of the TV? If that sounds like your routine, then it’s important to remember that even a small amount of exercise is better than none. Low impact activity as easy as getting outside for a walk could mean serious long-term health benefits.Read the full story
If the thought of a ‘military-style’ boot camp makes you break into a sweat, it’s time to think again. In this blog post, find out why a military-style workout might be the fitness answer you’ve been waiting for.Read the full story
Julia from BMF Worcester, has been enjoying her BMF membership so much that she was inspired to write a blog post for us. Her refreshing honesty is a both amusing and inspiring at once!Read the full story
Introducing BMF Hyde Park's powerhouse, Becca; a small package charging through every BMF session she attends!
Becca has earned a place to compete for Great Britain in the ITU Standard Distance Triathlon World Championships in Australia this September! This is no mean feat and the huge physical and mental preparation to achieve her goals are massive, so let's all get behind her to support her!Read the full story
British Military Fitness member Vlad is taking on an amazing and inspirational challenge; taking on a 1000 mile run across Nepal. Solo. And unsupported!
Gavin Wiseman wanted to join the Army but was worried about not meeting the requirements for the fitness tests. Through the support of British Military Fitness (BMF) he was able to lean on our instructors' military knowledge and expertise to sail through his assessment.Read the full story
What are health and fitness goals?Read the full story