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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. 

Become a member now

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MIDWEEK MOVEMENT - TOP OF FEET PLANK CHALLENGE
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The plank has been used within movement programmes, around the world for many years, as a way of strengthening the core and surrounding limbs.
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This variation helps to find a greater amount of core activation (than the traditional plank) by utilising this slight ‘hollow body’ shape and the fact that you are now on top of your feet (the laces) as opposed to the bottoms.
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To get into this position make sure you have warmed up the body, especially the wrists, hands, shoulders, core, feet and ankles. (Basically everything 😂)
•
Start on all fours with the fingers wide and the hands flat on the floor, forefingers pointing forward. Press the ground away by protracting the scapula (slight depression as well) maintaining straight arms throughout.
•
Activate the core by drawing the lower ribs down and the lower belly back towards the spine.
•
Step both few back to a plank position, find a slight posterior tilt of the pelvis (this will feel like you are tucking the butt under / projecting the tailbone down towards the heels as opposed to up in the air).
•
Flip one foot over at a time, to come to the top of both feet placing the inside of the big toes together. Keep the feet level to prevent the heels falling out to the sides, grounding down through the area above the big toes.
•
Squeeze the inner legs together and activate the Glutes. You will also need a tonne of ‘Quad’ engagement to hold this position, this will also help to protect the knee throughout and to maintain stability.
•
Keep the neck neutral and relaxed, looking in front of the finger tips.
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As a rough guide - Try three to five rounds of 30 seconds in addition to your own movement practice three times per week.
•
Giving this a go? Let us know how you get on, snap a photo and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bpplankchallenge
•
For more information on exercises like this; check out our 360* online health programme - simply click the link in our bio to start today.
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT - TOP OF FEET PLANK CHALLENGE • The plank has been used within movement programmes, around the world for many years, as a way of strengthening the core and surrounding limbs. • This variation helps to find a greater amount of core activation (than the traditional plank) by utilising this slight ‘hollow body’ shape and the fact that you are now on top of your feet (the laces) as opposed to the bottoms. • To get into this position make sure you have warmed up the body, especially the wrists, hands, shoulders, core, feet and ankles. (Basically everything 😂) • Start on all fours with the fingers wide and the hands flat on the floor, forefingers pointing forward. Press the ground away by protracting the scapula (slight depression as well) maintaining straight arms throughout. • Activate the core by drawing the lower ribs down and the lower belly back towards the spine. • Step both few back to a plank position, find a slight posterior tilt of the pelvis (this will feel like you are tucking the butt under / projecting the tailbone down towards the heels as opposed to up in the air). • Flip one foot over at a time, to come to the top of both feet placing the inside of the big toes together. Keep the feet level to prevent the heels falling out to the sides, grounding down through the area above the big toes. • Squeeze the inner legs together and activate the Glutes. You will also need a tonne of ‘Quad’ engagement to hold this position, this will also help to protect the knee throughout and to maintain stability. • Keep the neck neutral and relaxed, looking in front of the finger tips. • As a rough guide - Try three to five rounds of 30 seconds in addition to your own movement practice three times per week. • Giving this a go? Let us know how you get on, snap a photo and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bpplankchallenge • For more information on exercises like this; check out our 360* online health programme - simply click the link in our bio to start today.
TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY! Massive shout out to @rogerjamieson who first came on one of our courses two years ago. Since then he’s been back three times. Best thing is, he comes all the way from Canada! 🇨🇦 He’s also a Member of our Prime Evolution family, and here’s what he has to say about it....
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“Side by side images. Left 2016, Right 2018. Obvious difference. Looking at them the left one looks like I’m in better shape ...... I could bench more but my stamina and endurance was piss poor. Image on the right is the result of functional fitness training, using a program designed for what I wanted to achieve. I’m on my way to becoming a lean  mean machine. Image on the right is after I climbed Two 1 mile ++30% gradient 700’ climbs with no real issues other then sweating through my clothes (30+ deg C 80+ humidity) and dodging massive spiderwebs with narley spiders. The guy in the left image would of had real issues.
.
So what is the point of this post, it’s not to boast about me but to boast about Break-Point’s fitness programmes. I’ve been using their programmes since the initial Battle Ready Program which morphed into the impressive Prime Evolution programme. They work, keep at it stay focused. I still have a long way to go but the improvements are very noticeable. Thanks to @ollie.ollerton and @david.tilston ”
•
Link in bio 👆🏻to our Prime Evolution fitness, mindset and nutrition programme. Sign up and watch your life TRANSFORM 👊🏻
•
#testimonialtuesday #transformationtuesday #breakpointuk #bpprimeevolution #battlereadyfuel #bpbattleready #fitness #nutrition #mindset #noexcuses
TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY! Massive shout out to @rogerjamieson who first came on one of our courses two years ago. Since then he’s been back three times. Best thing is, he comes all the way from Canada! 🇨🇦 He’s also a Member of our Prime Evolution family, and here’s what he has to say about it.... • “Side by side images. Left 2016, Right 2018. Obvious difference. Looking at them the left one looks like I’m in better shape ...... I could bench more but my stamina and endurance was piss poor. Image on the right is the result of functional fitness training, using a program designed for what I wanted to achieve. I’m on my way to becoming a lean mean machine. Image on the right is after I climbed Two 1 mile ++30% gradient 700’ climbs with no real issues other then sweating through my clothes (30+ deg C 80+ humidity) and dodging massive spiderwebs with narley spiders. The guy in the left image would of had real issues. . So what is the point of this post, it’s not to boast about me but to boast about Break-Point’s fitness programmes. I’ve been using their programmes since the initial Battle Ready Program which morphed into the impressive Prime Evolution programme. They work, keep at it stay focused. I still have a long way to go but the improvements are very noticeable. Thanks to @ollie.ollerton and @david.tilston ” • Link in bio 👆🏻to our Prime Evolution fitness, mindset and nutrition programme. Sign up and watch your life TRANSFORM 👊🏻 • #testimonialtuesday #transformationtuesday #breakpointuk #bpprimeevolution #battlereadyfuel #bpbattleready #fitness #nutrition #mindset #noexcuses
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT
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Walking has been proven to promote many health benefits and is ingrained into our evolution as human beings - covering long distances at low pace.
•
Walking is highly beneficial to our cardiovascular system, helps to prevent atrophy of the glutes (getting you off your butt - due to sitting down all day) and stimulates the neurological, digestive and lymphatic systems.
•
Walking has also been proven to improve mental and cognitive function via the above benefits, but also due to the vibration experienced when your foot hits the floor, sending specific signals to the brain.
•
Do you get cold often? A lot of this can be due to a sedentary lifestyle, a quick walk in the elements will help to warm you up for the day ahead and help you adapt to the ever changing environment around you helping to reduce your chances of getting ill.
•
Movement is one of the best forms of anti-depressants available to us, feel low = get moving!
•
Walking plays a key part of the Prime Evolution programme, promoted throughout the week and especially on recovery days as well as a wide range of movement variations. For more information follow the link in our bio.
•
Are you planning to walk over the next few days? Post and then tag us on your daily walk and let us know how it benefits your physical and mental health!
•
We will leave you with a pic of Ollie and Murphy on their daily walk. Have a great day - whatever part of the world you are in, from us all at @break_point_uk.
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT • Walking has been proven to promote many health benefits and is ingrained into our evolution as human beings - covering long distances at low pace. • Walking is highly beneficial to our cardiovascular system, helps to prevent atrophy of the glutes (getting you off your butt - due to sitting down all day) and stimulates the neurological, digestive and lymphatic systems. • Walking has also been proven to improve mental and cognitive function via the above benefits, but also due to the vibration experienced when your foot hits the floor, sending specific signals to the brain. • Do you get cold often? A lot of this can be due to a sedentary lifestyle, a quick walk in the elements will help to warm you up for the day ahead and help you adapt to the ever changing environment around you helping to reduce your chances of getting ill. • Movement is one of the best forms of anti-depressants available to us, feel low = get moving! • Walking plays a key part of the Prime Evolution programme, promoted throughout the week and especially on recovery days as well as a wide range of movement variations. For more information follow the link in our bio. • Are you planning to walk over the next few days? Post and then tag us on your daily walk and let us know how it benefits your physical and mental health! • We will leave you with a pic of Ollie and Murphy on their daily walk. Have a great day - whatever part of the world you are in, from us all at @break_point_uk.

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MIDWEEK MOVEMENT - TOP OF FEET PLANK CHALLENGE
•
The plank has been used within movement programmes, around the world for many years, as a way of strengthening the core and surrounding limbs.
•
This variation helps to find a greater amount of core activation (than the traditional plank) by utilising this slight ‘hollow body’ shape and the fact that you are now on top of your feet (the laces) as opposed to the bottoms.
•
To get into this position make sure you have warmed up the body, especially the wrists, hands, shoulders, core, feet and ankles. (Basically everything 😂)
•
Start on all fours with the fingers wide and the hands flat on the floor, forefingers pointing forward. Press the ground away by protracting the scapula (slight depression as well) maintaining straight arms throughout.
•
Activate the core by drawing the lower ribs down and the lower belly back towards the spine.
•
Step both few back to a plank position, find a slight posterior tilt of the pelvis (this will feel like you are tucking the butt under / projecting the tailbone down towards the heels as opposed to up in the air).
•
Flip one foot over at a time, to come to the top of both feet placing the inside of the big toes together. Keep the feet level to prevent the heels falling out to the sides, grounding down through the area above the big toes.
•
Squeeze the inner legs together and activate the Glutes. You will also need a tonne of ‘Quad’ engagement to hold this position, this will also help to protect the knee throughout and to maintain stability.
•
Keep the neck neutral and relaxed, looking in front of the finger tips.
•
As a rough guide - Try three to five rounds of 30 seconds in addition to your own movement practice three times per week.
•
Giving this a go? Let us know how you get on, snap a photo and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bpplankchallenge
•
For more information on exercises like this; check out our 360* online health programme - simply click the link in our bio to start today.
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT - TOP OF FEET PLANK CHALLENGE • The plank has been used within movement programmes, around the world for many years, as a way of strengthening the core and surrounding limbs. • This variation helps to find a greater amount of core activation (than the traditional plank) by utilising this slight ‘hollow body’ shape and the fact that you are now on top of your feet (the laces) as opposed to the bottoms. • To get into this position make sure you have warmed up the body, especially the wrists, hands, shoulders, core, feet and ankles. (Basically everything 😂) • Start on all fours with the fingers wide and the hands flat on the floor, forefingers pointing forward. Press the ground away by protracting the scapula (slight depression as well) maintaining straight arms throughout. • Activate the core by drawing the lower ribs down and the lower belly back towards the spine. • Step both few back to a plank position, find a slight posterior tilt of the pelvis (this will feel like you are tucking the butt under / projecting the tailbone down towards the heels as opposed to up in the air). • Flip one foot over at a time, to come to the top of both feet placing the inside of the big toes together. Keep the feet level to prevent the heels falling out to the sides, grounding down through the area above the big toes. • Squeeze the inner legs together and activate the Glutes. You will also need a tonne of ‘Quad’ engagement to hold this position, this will also help to protect the knee throughout and to maintain stability. • Keep the neck neutral and relaxed, looking in front of the finger tips. • As a rough guide - Try three to five rounds of 30 seconds in addition to your own movement practice three times per week. • Giving this a go? Let us know how you get on, snap a photo and tag us @break_point_uk using the hashtag #bpplankchallenge • For more information on exercises like this; check out our 360* online health programme - simply click the link in our bio to start today.
TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY! Massive shout out to @rogerjamieson who first came on one of our courses two years ago. Since then he’s been back three times. Best thing is, he comes all the way from Canada! 🇨🇦 He’s also a Member of our Prime Evolution family, and here’s what he has to say about it....
•
“Side by side images. Left 2016, Right 2018. Obvious difference. Looking at them the left one looks like I’m in better shape ...... I could bench more but my stamina and endurance was piss poor. Image on the right is the result of functional fitness training, using a program designed for what I wanted to achieve. I’m on my way to becoming a lean  mean machine. Image on the right is after I climbed Two 1 mile ++30% gradient 700’ climbs with no real issues other then sweating through my clothes (30+ deg C 80+ humidity) and dodging massive spiderwebs with narley spiders. The guy in the left image would of had real issues.
.
So what is the point of this post, it’s not to boast about me but to boast about Break-Point’s fitness programmes. I’ve been using their programmes since the initial Battle Ready Program which morphed into the impressive Prime Evolution programme. They work, keep at it stay focused. I still have a long way to go but the improvements are very noticeable. Thanks to @ollie.ollerton and @david.tilston ”
•
Link in bio 👆🏻to our Prime Evolution fitness, mindset and nutrition programme. Sign up and watch your life TRANSFORM 👊🏻
•
#testimonialtuesday #transformationtuesday #breakpointuk #bpprimeevolution #battlereadyfuel #bpbattleready #fitness #nutrition #mindset #noexcuses
TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY! Massive shout out to @rogerjamieson who first came on one of our courses two years ago. Since then he’s been back three times. Best thing is, he comes all the way from Canada! 🇨🇦 He’s also a Member of our Prime Evolution family, and here’s what he has to say about it.... • “Side by side images. Left 2016, Right 2018. Obvious difference. Looking at them the left one looks like I’m in better shape ...... I could bench more but my stamina and endurance was piss poor. Image on the right is the result of functional fitness training, using a program designed for what I wanted to achieve. I’m on my way to becoming a lean mean machine. Image on the right is after I climbed Two 1 mile ++30% gradient 700’ climbs with no real issues other then sweating through my clothes (30+ deg C 80+ humidity) and dodging massive spiderwebs with narley spiders. The guy in the left image would of had real issues. . So what is the point of this post, it’s not to boast about me but to boast about Break-Point’s fitness programmes. I’ve been using their programmes since the initial Battle Ready Program which morphed into the impressive Prime Evolution programme. They work, keep at it stay focused. I still have a long way to go but the improvements are very noticeable. Thanks to @ollie.ollerton and @david.tilston ” • Link in bio 👆🏻to our Prime Evolution fitness, mindset and nutrition programme. Sign up and watch your life TRANSFORM 👊🏻 • #testimonialtuesday #transformationtuesday #breakpointuk #bpprimeevolution #battlereadyfuel #bpbattleready #fitness #nutrition #mindset #noexcuses
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT
•
Walking has been proven to promote many health benefits and is ingrained into our evolution as human beings - covering long distances at low pace.
•
Walking is highly beneficial to our cardiovascular system, helps to prevent atrophy of the glutes (getting you off your butt - due to sitting down all day) and stimulates the neurological, digestive and lymphatic systems.
•
Walking has also been proven to improve mental and cognitive function via the above benefits, but also due to the vibration experienced when your foot hits the floor, sending specific signals to the brain.
•
Do you get cold often? A lot of this can be due to a sedentary lifestyle, a quick walk in the elements will help to warm you up for the day ahead and help you adapt to the ever changing environment around you helping to reduce your chances of getting ill.
•
Movement is one of the best forms of anti-depressants available to us, feel low = get moving!
•
Walking plays a key part of the Prime Evolution programme, promoted throughout the week and especially on recovery days as well as a wide range of movement variations. For more information follow the link in our bio.
•
Are you planning to walk over the next few days? Post and then tag us on your daily walk and let us know how it benefits your physical and mental health!
•
We will leave you with a pic of Ollie and Murphy on their daily walk. Have a great day - whatever part of the world you are in, from us all at @break_point_uk.
MIDWEEK MOVEMENT • Walking has been proven to promote many health benefits and is ingrained into our evolution as human beings - covering long distances at low pace. • Walking is highly beneficial to our cardiovascular system, helps to prevent atrophy of the glutes (getting you off your butt - due to sitting down all day) and stimulates the neurological, digestive and lymphatic systems. • Walking has also been proven to improve mental and cognitive function via the above benefits, but also due to the vibration experienced when your foot hits the floor, sending specific signals to the brain. • Do you get cold often? A lot of this can be due to a sedentary lifestyle, a quick walk in the elements will help to warm you up for the day ahead and help you adapt to the ever changing environment around you helping to reduce your chances of getting ill. • Movement is one of the best forms of anti-depressants available to us, feel low = get moving! • Walking plays a key part of the Prime Evolution programme, promoted throughout the week and especially on recovery days as well as a wide range of movement variations. For more information follow the link in our bio. • Are you planning to walk over the next few days? Post and then tag us on your daily walk and let us know how it benefits your physical and mental health! • We will leave you with a pic of Ollie and Murphy on their daily walk. Have a great day - whatever part of the world you are in, from us all at @break_point_uk.