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“I was a ticking time bomb for a heart attack before I started training with British Military Fitness!”
After becoming rather unfit in his 20’s and early 30’s, Mario Humphreys said he was a “ticking time bomb for a heart attack or stroke by his 40th birthday”. This was until he started training with British Military Fitness (BMF), the UK’s biggest and best outdoor fitness classes.
- Now Mario, from London, has turned 40 and is five stones lighter, with his blood pressure back to normal and his lung capacity twice that of the average person his age
- These results have been achieved by training every week in his local park in Battersea with BMF instructors who are all ex and serving members of the Armed Forces
- Mario, who was a member of the British Army Reserve, initially joined BMF to get fitter but didn’t think he would now be planning his third marathon
- To find out more about British Military Fitness, please visit: www.britishmilitaryfitness.com
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Mario Humphreys commented: “I used to travel extensively with work staying in hotels whilst in my 20’s and early 30’s and as a consequence I had put on considerable weight. At 20 stones, my blood pressure was sky high.
“I started training in Battersea Park in 2007 and since then I have lost a considerable amount of weight, but have also turned fat into muscle, so have lost a few inches off the waist. I was 20 stones back then and am now around 15 stones, which is an incredible achievement for me that I am proud of.”
“My diet since joining BMF has not drastically changed; I still enjoy eating and sometimes the wrong things, but BMF has improved my running and outlook on fitness to no end in terms of my expectations of what I thought I could do and what I am actually now capable of. I have run the London Marathon twice with a third planned in Manchester in April and I ‘ve also ran five half marathons as well. You could say I’m addicted to it!”