Major Series

British Military Fitness runs the award-winning Major Series Obstacle Race, which takes place up and down the country throughout the year. Voted the UK's 'Best Trail Race', the Major Series is the UK's most friendly obstacle race!

The 5k and 10k courses are littered with all kinds of obstacles, hills, mud and water. But, most importantly, are full of over 40 of the Major's finest troops, there to help you through the obstacles, but maybe challenge you to a few too!

Upcoming Major Series Events:



SunFit is British Military Fitness’s very own bootcamp holiday in the sun. Our very best BMF instructors will provide 5 hours of varied fitness sessions each day in an amazing fitness resort in Fuerteventura.

Classes range from strength and conditioning sessions and running sessions to mountain hikes and pilates. SunFit is all about enjoying activities outdoors with new friends, and learning skills and knowledge from our excellent instructors.

Upcoming Sunfit Dates:

The Major Series
SunFit Holiday

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May 5th, 2015

Postnatal exercise and nutrition tips

The arrival of Royal Baby number two will probably mean the spotlight turning to all things post natal so, with this in mind we have some top tips for women who want to regain their pre-pregnancy figure with a health and fitness plan. Nutritionist, Ben Coomber of Body Type Nutrition, also shares his top five…

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April 29th, 2015

North Yorkshire grandparents fitter than ever after training with British Military Fitness

When Diane Hannan’s parents passed away, after having devoted years to looking after them, she decided it was time to devote some time to herself. This is when Diane, 66, and her husband Art, 71, discovered British Military Fitness classes. The pair now trains four times a week in their local park in York and say they…


April 29th, 2015

The road to recovery – tips on rejuvenating after running a marathon

What you do in the days post-marathon is almost as important as what you do in the days before. Recovering after running a marathon is vital and something that many people neglect. Having run 26.2 miles, you may not feel like moving again for a while, but you shouldn’t allow your nervous system to sleep…

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