Thousands of people from different walks of life around the UK have been exercising with BMF since 1999. Led by our highly professional military instructors, you're guaranteed to get a great workout whatever your ability. Whether you're looking to lose weight, increase your self-esteem, improve your fitness or meet new people, BMF will deliver every time.
Each session is suitable for all abilities from absolute beginners to keen fitness enthusiasts. Our coloured bib system enables us to break you into groups with people with a similar ability level and allows our highly skilled instructors to provide the appropriate exercises and intensity for each individual.
Arrive 15 minutes before the session to meet your instructors who will check your health questionnaire and find out what to expect during the class.
We'll introduce you to other members and split you into ability groups with people of a similar fitness level to yourself.
You just need to wear sports kit and trainers for the session. If it's cold, bring gloves and a hat.
Our 1-hour class is planned with a 10-minute warmup, 40 minutes of cardio, strength, resistance, and teamwork followed by a 10-min cooldown.
We provide plenty of water and stop for a water break during the class, ensure you hydrate before the sessions though.
We'll securely store all your valuables during the class so you can focus on the session.
Chat with your instructor or our membership team about how you found the class and how it will enable you to achieve your goals.
Discuss next steps about how you can join the BMF community, whether on monthly membership or PAYG and book in for more sessions.
BMF is addictive and our membership options are the most cost-effective way to improve your fitness.
We also make use of various types of equipment to
The sessions are broken down into ability levels (blue, red and green) of around 15 people per instructor - so we welcome anyone from fitness rookies to exercise veterans to give it a go!
The types of exercises we will ask you to do are bodyweight exercises such as: