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“I have never felt so alive!” High blood pressure sufferer thanks outdoor fitness and special diet for miraculous health transformation

When 54-year-old Martin Copland was told by his doctor in March that his blood pressure was dangerously high and he was at serious risk of having an imminent stroke, he realised he needed to make serious changes to his lifestyle. The Communications Manager from Pavenham, Bedfordshire, previously had no concerns about his health and believed he was living a healthy lifestyle. However, with his blood pressure sky rocketing, Martin decided it was time to up his fitness game and change his diet, and started attending extra outdoor fitness sessions with British Military Fitness (BMF). In a matter of months, his blood pressure has returned to a healthy level without medication and he says he‘s never felt more alive.

Before his diagnosis, Martin admits his health was never a major concern. Concerned about taking the medication offered by his doctor he looked for alternative ways to lower blood pressure through diet and exercise. At the time of his diagnosis, Martin’s blood pressure was a staggering 170 over 90, peaking at 191/119. However his new low fat diet and training with BMF in his local park quickly began to yield results, and it soon dropped to 120 over 80.

He commented:

When the doctor told me how high my blood pressure was I was in shock – I had always assumed that the exercise I was doing was enough. However, being told that I was at risk of having a stroke was a real eye opener and the motivation I needed to make a real change to my lifestyle. He put me on a 24 hour blood pressure measurement programme and told me the only way to get better was to take medication but I refused to go down that road.

After seeing a BMF training session being held at Bedford Park, Martin took part in a free trial class. Since then, he has been training twice a week with BMF alongside his wife Julie, as well as starting extra one-to-one sessions with Pete Gill, Territory Manager at BMF after receiving his diagnosis.

Martin continued:

Looking back, a lot of my high blood pressure was probably due to stress at work and going to BMF sessions really helped me blow off some steam. Since starting BMF, I have so much more energy and stamina and have even given up coffee. And of course it has been nice to lose some weight and to get rid of the beer belly! I have also made so many new friends, who have been so supportive.

Since making changes to his diet and starting extra BMF sessions, Martin has lost half a stone, and reduced his blood pressure to the point where medication is not required – a fact he is thrilled about.

Martin continued:

Being on medication was never a solution for me, so it’s fantastic that I have got to a point where I am able to manage my condition through diet and exercise alone. BMF has truly changed the way I feel about life, and has been a game changer in managing my condition – I cannot praise the team more highly. I truly feel like they have saved my life.

To find out more about British Military Fitness, please visit: www.britishmilitaryfitness.co.uk or to try a free trial class, please visit: https://www.britmilfit.com/try-bmf-for-free/

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