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Think you’re tough enough for a military mud run?


The weather is a bit rubbish at the moment, so why not embrace it and take part in a mud run? The Royal British Legion Major Series returns for a ninth season at three locations across the UK over 5km and 10km distances, see how tough you can really be.

Hosted by British Military Fitness, The Royal British Legion Major Series is designed for all ages and fitness levels. You can march, jog or sprint the 5km and 10km distances, all with the help of 40 of the Major’s finest troops to lend a helping hand at every obstacle around the course. The run will will challenge participants to overcome some top-class obstacles.

Harry Sowerby, Managing Director at British Military Fitness, said: “We are delighted to once again host the next season of the Royal British Legion Major Series, making this the ninth. The Royal British Legion is a charity that we all strongly support here at British Military Fitness, and our 400+ instructors are ex or serving military so many have been helped by the charity in the past.


“We hope to see many new faces joining us for the next series of events in March, and are looking forward welcoming all fitness levels from beginner to advanced. Don¹t worry, there will be help along the whole course, so even if you¹ve never done anything like this before, get a team together and come and challenge yourselves, whilst having a great day out at the same time!”

British Military Fitness is, aiming to inspire positive change in people’s lives by bringing them together to get active and healthy. There are over 400 classes every week, in 140 parks nationwide and can accommodate for all fitness levels.

To find your nearest BMF class location and sign up for a free trial session, visit You’lll also get a free week’s training with British Military Fitness when you sign up to the Royal British Legion Major Series.  The first 25% of tickets will get an early bird discount, so book soon.

Find your nearest event below:

· Midlands ¬ Alcester, Warwickshire: 11 March 2017
· North ¬ Leeds, West Yorkshire: 18 March 2017
· South ¬ Tunbridge Wells, Kent: 25 March 2017

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