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Performance tools and insights developed from Special Forces expertise.

BREAK-POINT is the moment you decide nothing will stand between you and your goals. It’s the relentless refusal to accept your limits. Our team, with years of experience in the British Special Forces behind us, have the ability to change the way you think, the way you feel, and subsequently perform.

Why? Because the public deserves to know they can be stronger, fitter, healthier and more capable than they ever thought possible.

It’s time to strengthen our minds and our bodies, it’s time to make the most out of every moment, it’s time to go beyond, for good.

BREAK-POINT MISSION STATEMENT

To create a globally identified brand, recognised for the positive growth and development of others

Welcome to break-point

Performance tools and insights developed from Special Forces expertise.

BREAK-POINT is the moment you decide nothing will stand between you and your goals. It’s the relentless refusal to accept your limits. Our team, with years of experience in the British Special Forces behind us, have the ability to change the way you think, the way you feel, and subsequently perform.

Why? Because the public deserves to know they can be stronger, fitter, healthier and more capable than they ever thought possible.

It’s time to strengthen our minds and our bodies, it’s time to make the most out of every moment, it’s time to go beyond, for good.

BREAK-POINT MISSION STATEMENT

To create a globally identified brand, recognised for the positive growth and development of others

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ACCESSIBLE TO ALL LEVELS of ability, targeting your health from multiple angles by focusing on your mindset, bodily movement and nutrition. 

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Are you ready to evolve?

A complete 360º 12 week programme inspired by the mindset of the SPECIAL FORCES.

ACCESSIBLE TO ALL LEVELS of ability, targeting your health from multiple angles by focusing on your mindset, bodily movement and nutrition. 

start your free trial today

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PULL UP CHALLENGE - THE RULE OF ONE!
•
This concept of the challenge is simple … the winners (1 x male / 1 x female) will receive prizes and will be announced on Wednesday 21st May.
•
Find a pull up bar which allows you enough clearance for your feet to hang. Then draw the legs close together to encourage the inner feet to touch, engage the quads and draw the lower abdomen back towards the spine (if you only have an access to a door frame option, bend the knees and keep them together).
•
Take an over hand grip and set the shoulders by finding a retraction of the scapula (think about squeezing a tennis ball in your armpit and drawing the shoulder blades down) and a slight external rotation at the head of the humerus (upper arm / shoulder) to bring the ‘lats’ into play. Also aim to keep your front lower ribs down to avoid flaring the chest and causing too much thoracic extension. Maintain this ‘hollow body’ shape throughout (this in itself is a challenge!)
•
The repetitions are dictated by how many rounds you can potentially do, for every repetition you add it will become progressively harder. We recommend starting with one and building up to find your maximum on that day.
•
For example - 2 repetitions will equate to;
•
1 - HANG
2 - PULL UP (and hold for 2 seconds)
3 - LOWER to hang (hold for 2 seconds)
4 - REPEAT twice in total.
•
6 repetitions will equate to the following ...
•
1 - HANG
2 - PULL UP and hold for 6 seconds
3 - LOWER to hang - HOLD for 6 seconds
4 - REPEAT this 6 times in total.
•
Record your highest score, for a chance to win film yourself doing the challenge and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bppullupchallenge for a chance to be featured.
•
For more information on our 3-in-1 health programme - Prime Evolution, click the link in our bio and if you are one of the first 100 to sign on you will get £52 off using code XMAS18 for a limited time only.
PULL UP CHALLENGE - THE RULE OF ONE! • This concept of the challenge is simple … the winners (1 x male / 1 x female) will receive prizes and will be announced on Wednesday 21st May. • Find a pull up bar which allows you enough clearance for your feet to hang. Then draw the legs close together to encourage the inner feet to touch, engage the quads and draw the lower abdomen back towards the spine (if you only have an access to a door frame option, bend the knees and keep them together). • Take an over hand grip and set the shoulders by finding a retraction of the scapula (think about squeezing a tennis ball in your armpit and drawing the shoulder blades down) and a slight external rotation at the head of the humerus (upper arm / shoulder) to bring the ‘lats’ into play. Also aim to keep your front lower ribs down to avoid flaring the chest and causing too much thoracic extension. Maintain this ‘hollow body’ shape throughout (this in itself is a challenge!) • The repetitions are dictated by how many rounds you can potentially do, for every repetition you add it will become progressively harder. We recommend starting with one and building up to find your maximum on that day. • For example - 2 repetitions will equate to; • 1 - HANG 2 - PULL UP (and hold for 2 seconds) 3 - LOWER to hang (hold for 2 seconds) 4 - REPEAT twice in total. • 6 repetitions will equate to the following ... • 1 - HANG 2 - PULL UP and hold for 6 seconds 3 - LOWER to hang - HOLD for 6 seconds 4 - REPEAT this 6 times in total. • Record your highest score, for a chance to win film yourself doing the challenge and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bppullupchallenge for a chance to be featured. • For more information on our 3-in-1 health programme - Prime Evolution, click the link in our bio and if you are one of the first 100 to sign on you will get £52 off using code XMAS18 for a limited time only.
🙏MONDAY MOTIVATION
••••••••••••
REPLACE THE DEMONS OF DOUBT WITH MILESTONES OF MOTIVATION!
••••••••••••
As humans we are influenced by two major desires - The need for pleasure and The avoidance of pain.
••••••••••••
I’ve spent loads of time thinking about this and trying different methods to combat the negativity. Let’s get this straight though, there is no such thing as no negativity, it’s what has kept us evolving for millions of years.
•••••••••••
Positivity is definitely an effort but the rewards are huge. The effort required is a short term discomfort for a long term benefit.
•••••••••••
When you start your routine whether that’s going for a run or heading to the gym you will find moments of euphoria when you achieve, usually mixed with an overwhelming negativity as your mind attempts to convince you to give it up.
••••••••••••
In those moments of euphoria, for me that’s the moment I get to the top of the hill, the moment I get into my flow, the moment shortly after I finish, whatever the moment is REMEMBER IT! Focus on a material object such as the tree at the top or the front door of your house. Really concentrate on that euphoric feeling at that moment; add the moment to the material object, understand and appreciate how good you feel in the moment and let it linger!!!
•••••••••••••
Then the next time before you go for a run or whatever it is, visualise the tree and the feeling will follow. Let that moment dominate the negative.
••••••••••••••
Then all you have to do is take one foot forward and leave the house.Try it!Have a great day 🙏
#mondaymotivation #mondaymindset #ollieollerton
🙏MONDAY MOTIVATION •••••••••••• REPLACE THE DEMONS OF DOUBT WITH MILESTONES OF MOTIVATION! •••••••••••• As humans we are influenced by two major desires - The need for pleasure and The avoidance of pain. •••••••••••• I’ve spent loads of time thinking about this and trying different methods to combat the negativity. Let’s get this straight though, there is no such thing as no negativity, it’s what has kept us evolving for millions of years. ••••••••••• Positivity is definitely an effort but the rewards are huge. The effort required is a short term discomfort for a long term benefit. ••••••••••• When you start your routine whether that’s going for a run or heading to the gym you will find moments of euphoria when you achieve, usually mixed with an overwhelming negativity as your mind attempts to convince you to give it up. •••••••••••• In those moments of euphoria, for me that’s the moment I get to the top of the hill, the moment I get into my flow, the moment shortly after I finish, whatever the moment is REMEMBER IT! Focus on a material object such as the tree at the top or the front door of your house. Really concentrate on that euphoric feeling at that moment; add the moment to the material object, understand and appreciate how good you feel in the moment and let it linger!!! ••••••••••••• Then the next time before you go for a run or whatever it is, visualise the tree and the feeling will follow. Let that moment dominate the negative. •••••••••••••• Then all you have to do is take one foot forward and leave the house.Try it!Have a great day 🙏 #mondaymotivation #mondaymindset #ollieollerton
💥NEWSFLASH - PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ💥 Link in bio above ☝️
It’s been 11 months since the announcement that Dan Cross was teaming up with Ollie to work on a project to support grieving men by providing & delivering physical activity based retreats in the U.K. 🙏👍 🇬🇧 Dan was a contestant on Series 3 of the show, recently losing his wife in a brutal attack in his home, witnessed by their children 😢😢😢
The fundraising effort in January raised approx. £3.5k which has enabled us to commence work on the project and seek extra funding. While progress has been a lot slower than previously anticipated, its given us time to
assess the project's aims and bring on board extra people to help shape and deliver “StrongMen” as a support service for men aged 18 to 55 who have suffered a bereavement of someone very close to them.
⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺
Dan and Ollie were in need of assistance and reached out to another SAS Who Dares Wins recruit who featured in season 2. “Efrem Brynin” who suffered the loss of his son in Afganistan while serving in the British Armed Forces 🙏🙏🙏
⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺
The final recruit into StrongMen is Alexandra Wells, an NHS mental health clinician who is able to help and advise around all things related to mental health and the care and considerations we need to afford to the people StrongMen aim to help.
They are now looking to gain further funding to further develop this amazing project. Please support them by following the link in our bio. We thank all that have already shown your support and to those that understand the importance of our work to help Strong Men like Dan and Efrem 🙏 @channel4 #saswhodareswins
💥NEWSFLASH - PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ💥 Link in bio above ☝️ It’s been 11 months since the announcement that Dan Cross was teaming up with Ollie to work on a project to support grieving men by providing & delivering physical activity based retreats in the U.K. 🙏👍 🇬🇧 Dan was a contestant on Series 3 of the show, recently losing his wife in a brutal attack in his home, witnessed by their children 😢😢😢 The fundraising effort in January raised approx. £3.5k which has enabled us to commence work on the project and seek extra funding. While progress has been a lot slower than previously anticipated, its given us time to assess the project's aims and bring on board extra people to help shape and deliver “StrongMen” as a support service for men aged 18 to 55 who have suffered a bereavement of someone very close to them. ⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺ Dan and Ollie were in need of assistance and reached out to another SAS Who Dares Wins recruit who featured in season 2. “Efrem Brynin” who suffered the loss of his son in Afganistan while serving in the British Armed Forces 🙏🙏🙏 ⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺ The final recruit into StrongMen is Alexandra Wells, an NHS mental health clinician who is able to help and advise around all things related to mental health and the care and considerations we need to afford to the people StrongMen aim to help. They are now looking to gain further funding to further develop this amazing project. Please support them by following the link in our bio. We thank all that have already shown your support and to those that understand the importance of our work to help Strong Men like Dan and Efrem 🙏 @channel4 #saswhodareswins

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PULL UP CHALLENGE - THE RULE OF ONE!
•
This concept of the challenge is simple … the winners (1 x male / 1 x female) will receive prizes and will be announced on Wednesday 21st May.
•
Find a pull up bar which allows you enough clearance for your feet to hang. Then draw the legs close together to encourage the inner feet to touch, engage the quads and draw the lower abdomen back towards the spine (if you only have an access to a door frame option, bend the knees and keep them together).
•
Take an over hand grip and set the shoulders by finding a retraction of the scapula (think about squeezing a tennis ball in your armpit and drawing the shoulder blades down) and a slight external rotation at the head of the humerus (upper arm / shoulder) to bring the ‘lats’ into play. Also aim to keep your front lower ribs down to avoid flaring the chest and causing too much thoracic extension. Maintain this ‘hollow body’ shape throughout (this in itself is a challenge!)
•
The repetitions are dictated by how many rounds you can potentially do, for every repetition you add it will become progressively harder. We recommend starting with one and building up to find your maximum on that day.
•
For example - 2 repetitions will equate to;
•
1 - HANG
2 - PULL UP (and hold for 2 seconds)
3 - LOWER to hang (hold for 2 seconds)
4 - REPEAT twice in total.
•
6 repetitions will equate to the following ...
•
1 - HANG
2 - PULL UP and hold for 6 seconds
3 - LOWER to hang - HOLD for 6 seconds
4 - REPEAT this 6 times in total.
•
Record your highest score, for a chance to win film yourself doing the challenge and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bppullupchallenge for a chance to be featured.
•
For more information on our 3-in-1 health programme - Prime Evolution, click the link in our bio and if you are one of the first 100 to sign on you will get £52 off using code XMAS18 for a limited time only.
PULL UP CHALLENGE - THE RULE OF ONE! • This concept of the challenge is simple … the winners (1 x male / 1 x female) will receive prizes and will be announced on Wednesday 21st May. • Find a pull up bar which allows you enough clearance for your feet to hang. Then draw the legs close together to encourage the inner feet to touch, engage the quads and draw the lower abdomen back towards the spine (if you only have an access to a door frame option, bend the knees and keep them together). • Take an over hand grip and set the shoulders by finding a retraction of the scapula (think about squeezing a tennis ball in your armpit and drawing the shoulder blades down) and a slight external rotation at the head of the humerus (upper arm / shoulder) to bring the ‘lats’ into play. Also aim to keep your front lower ribs down to avoid flaring the chest and causing too much thoracic extension. Maintain this ‘hollow body’ shape throughout (this in itself is a challenge!) • The repetitions are dictated by how many rounds you can potentially do, for every repetition you add it will become progressively harder. We recommend starting with one and building up to find your maximum on that day. • For example - 2 repetitions will equate to; • 1 - HANG 2 - PULL UP (and hold for 2 seconds) 3 - LOWER to hang (hold for 2 seconds) 4 - REPEAT twice in total. • 6 repetitions will equate to the following ... • 1 - HANG 2 - PULL UP and hold for 6 seconds 3 - LOWER to hang - HOLD for 6 seconds 4 - REPEAT this 6 times in total. • Record your highest score, for a chance to win film yourself doing the challenge and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bppullupchallenge for a chance to be featured. • For more information on our 3-in-1 health programme - Prime Evolution, click the link in our bio and if you are one of the first 100 to sign on you will get £52 off using code XMAS18 for a limited time only.
🙏MONDAY MOTIVATION
••••••••••••
REPLACE THE DEMONS OF DOUBT WITH MILESTONES OF MOTIVATION!
••••••••••••
As humans we are influenced by two major desires - The need for pleasure and The avoidance of pain.
••••••••••••
I’ve spent loads of time thinking about this and trying different methods to combat the negativity. Let’s get this straight though, there is no such thing as no negativity, it’s what has kept us evolving for millions of years.
•••••••••••
Positivity is definitely an effort but the rewards are huge. The effort required is a short term discomfort for a long term benefit.
•••••••••••
When you start your routine whether that’s going for a run or heading to the gym you will find moments of euphoria when you achieve, usually mixed with an overwhelming negativity as your mind attempts to convince you to give it up.
••••••••••••
In those moments of euphoria, for me that’s the moment I get to the top of the hill, the moment I get into my flow, the moment shortly after I finish, whatever the moment is REMEMBER IT! Focus on a material object such as the tree at the top or the front door of your house. Really concentrate on that euphoric feeling at that moment; add the moment to the material object, understand and appreciate how good you feel in the moment and let it linger!!!
•••••••••••••
Then the next time before you go for a run or whatever it is, visualise the tree and the feeling will follow. Let that moment dominate the negative.
••••••••••••••
Then all you have to do is take one foot forward and leave the house.Try it!Have a great day 🙏
#mondaymotivation #mondaymindset #ollieollerton
🙏MONDAY MOTIVATION •••••••••••• REPLACE THE DEMONS OF DOUBT WITH MILESTONES OF MOTIVATION! •••••••••••• As humans we are influenced by two major desires - The need for pleasure and The avoidance of pain. •••••••••••• I’ve spent loads of time thinking about this and trying different methods to combat the negativity. Let’s get this straight though, there is no such thing as no negativity, it’s what has kept us evolving for millions of years. ••••••••••• Positivity is definitely an effort but the rewards are huge. The effort required is a short term discomfort for a long term benefit. ••••••••••• When you start your routine whether that’s going for a run or heading to the gym you will find moments of euphoria when you achieve, usually mixed with an overwhelming negativity as your mind attempts to convince you to give it up. •••••••••••• In those moments of euphoria, for me that’s the moment I get to the top of the hill, the moment I get into my flow, the moment shortly after I finish, whatever the moment is REMEMBER IT! Focus on a material object such as the tree at the top or the front door of your house. Really concentrate on that euphoric feeling at that moment; add the moment to the material object, understand and appreciate how good you feel in the moment and let it linger!!! ••••••••••••• Then the next time before you go for a run or whatever it is, visualise the tree and the feeling will follow. Let that moment dominate the negative. •••••••••••••• Then all you have to do is take one foot forward and leave the house.Try it!Have a great day 🙏 #mondaymotivation #mondaymindset #ollieollerton
💥NEWSFLASH - PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ💥 Link in bio above ☝️
It’s been 11 months since the announcement that Dan Cross was teaming up with Ollie to work on a project to support grieving men by providing & delivering physical activity based retreats in the U.K. 🙏👍 🇬🇧 Dan was a contestant on Series 3 of the show, recently losing his wife in a brutal attack in his home, witnessed by their children 😢😢😢
The fundraising effort in January raised approx. £3.5k which has enabled us to commence work on the project and seek extra funding. While progress has been a lot slower than previously anticipated, its given us time to
assess the project's aims and bring on board extra people to help shape and deliver “StrongMen” as a support service for men aged 18 to 55 who have suffered a bereavement of someone very close to them.
⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺
Dan and Ollie were in need of assistance and reached out to another SAS Who Dares Wins recruit who featured in season 2. “Efrem Brynin” who suffered the loss of his son in Afganistan while serving in the British Armed Forces 🙏🙏🙏
⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺
The final recruit into StrongMen is Alexandra Wells, an NHS mental health clinician who is able to help and advise around all things related to mental health and the care and considerations we need to afford to the people StrongMen aim to help.
They are now looking to gain further funding to further develop this amazing project. Please support them by following the link in our bio. We thank all that have already shown your support and to those that understand the importance of our work to help Strong Men like Dan and Efrem 🙏 @channel4 #saswhodareswins
💥NEWSFLASH - PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ💥 Link in bio above ☝️ It’s been 11 months since the announcement that Dan Cross was teaming up with Ollie to work on a project to support grieving men by providing & delivering physical activity based retreats in the U.K. 🙏👍 🇬🇧 Dan was a contestant on Series 3 of the show, recently losing his wife in a brutal attack in his home, witnessed by their children 😢😢😢 The fundraising effort in January raised approx. £3.5k which has enabled us to commence work on the project and seek extra funding. While progress has been a lot slower than previously anticipated, its given us time to assess the project's aims and bring on board extra people to help shape and deliver “StrongMen” as a support service for men aged 18 to 55 who have suffered a bereavement of someone very close to them. ⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺ Dan and Ollie were in need of assistance and reached out to another SAS Who Dares Wins recruit who featured in season 2. “Efrem Brynin” who suffered the loss of his son in Afganistan while serving in the British Armed Forces 🙏🙏🙏 ⏺⏺⏺⏺⏺ The final recruit into StrongMen is Alexandra Wells, an NHS mental health clinician who is able to help and advise around all things related to mental health and the care and considerations we need to afford to the people StrongMen aim to help. They are now looking to gain further funding to further develop this amazing project. Please support them by following the link in our bio. We thank all that have already shown your support and to those that understand the importance of our work to help Strong Men like Dan and Efrem 🙏 @channel4 #saswhodareswins