XTREME Boot Camps, a military fitness company based in Worcestershire, will be putting Mr England through his paces before he goes up against men from across the globe for the title of Mr World.

Jordan Williams will be competing against finalists from across the world in a tough SAS-style physical challenge, with the winner of the round going straight into the Mr World Finals on June 15 at Torquay’s Riviera International Conference Centre.

Xtreme Boot Camps are set to prepare the 26-year-old from Nuneaton with a bespoke training package to ensure he reaches peak physical fitness in time.

James Evans, co-founder of Xtreme Boot Camps, said: "We know just what Jordan will be up against because we’ve all been through tough training in our respective forces, so we’ve created a fitness and nutritional regime second to none.

"We’ll make sure he’s as fit as any military recruit and ready to take on the best."

All Xtreme Boot Camps instructors are either serving or ex-military personnel and will give him a real military work out.

And Mr Williams is looking forward to working with them.

"I know James and the Xtreme Boot Camps team are pulling out all the stops for me and I can’t wait to get started! Representing England at Mr World is a huge privilege so I’ll do whatever it takes to win."

Xtreme Boot Camps are also training contestants at the Miss England semi-finals on May 19 at Kelham Hall, Newark where, as Official Boot Camp to Miss England 2014, they will crown Miss Sportswoman.