tim sharp, personal trainer - back in the uk top 10 at the bnbf british championships for Stanford-le-Hope, Corringham, essex
Tim Sharp back in the Top 10 in the Over 50s at 2019 BNBF British Championships!
After 10 years away from competitive bodybuilding Tim Sharp competed at The BNBF (British Natural Bodybuilders Federation) British Championship which took place at the Perth Concert Hall in Scotland on the 29th September 2019. This show is the Superbowl of Natural bodybuilding Shows in the UK. It brings together the Uk's best bodybuilders from the qualifying shows.
After 10 years away from the stage Tim qualified at the BNBF Welsh Championship coming 2nd out of 12 athletes in the over 50’s category.
You can benefit from Tim Sharp’s Diet & Training
Tim placed in the top 10 at the BNBF British Championships after losing 50Lbs of fat in 24 weeks to transform himself from 192lbs and 20% bodyfat to an incredible 5% bodyfat at 142lbs!
Tim is now focused on his 2020 bodybuilding campaign. If you want to get your own programme under way, restarted or change up a gear, Tim's methods can help so call or click in the header of any page to send an email and start trading fat for muscle today!
Tim Sharp Places 10th Over 50 in the 2019 BNBF British
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