My love handles are here to stay, but BMF is the business

I originally joined BMF two years ago for the simple reason that I wanted to quit smoking and drop a couple of pounds.  I m an average forty plus female with  two stroppy teenagers, a full-time job, wrinkles and lurve handles that are here to stay.  So,

I originally joined BMF two years ago for the simple reason that I wanted to quit smoking and drop a couple of pounds. I'm an average forty plus female with two stroppy teenagers, a full-time job, wrinkles and lurve handles that are here to stay. So, I must confess, I was delighted to be described by Claudia Georgiades as the type of woman that's "into hard training" A phrase I never thought would be aimed at me and what an ego boost!! Having spent a large proportion of my life as a couch potato I feel that phrase alone makes my BMF membership worthwhile - we must look great on the Heath.

BMF is certainly not an easy option and if you are the type of woman who is sensitive to a bit of mud, worries about chipping the polish on a finger-nail or two, or whose favourite part of a work-out is choosing the outfit... then BMF probably wouldn't be your thing. You could try Claudia's female-only sessions which appear to be designed for the kind of women (Claudia) that like to watch before getting involved... If however, you have a work hard/play hard mentality, can rise to a challenge, don't take yourself or others too seriously, know when to buckle-down, enjoy seeing positive results, are serious about stopping smoking, getting healthy or losing weight and if you want to feel good about yourself then BMF is for you.

Whatever Ms Georgiades may think of the BMF members and staff, she can't disagree with the fact that BMF gets results and is a resounding success.

Emma Brooks


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