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Fitness & Gym Military Discounts

Fitness & Gym Military Discounts

General health and physical fitness are more important these days than they’ve ever been. With uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, lockdowns, and limited access to healthcare in some cases, creating healthy habits can be a life-saving investment.

Whether you’re just starting out, or have been working out for years, there is no better time than  now to get in shape, create life sustaining habits, and invest in your future health. Check out these veteran and military discounts to get started.

Gym Discounts

24 Hour Fitness Military Discount

This fitness chain offers military $0 initiation fee and $5 off monthly dues.

Gold’s Gym Military Discount

This gym franchise offers reduced membership fees to members of the military community.

YMCA Military Discount

Military members and their families can enjoy discounted rates on membership and childcare at participating facilities.

 

Fitness Related Discounts

CFF Fit Military Discount

Christian Fitness Factory offers a 10% discount off of the CFF branded items. The discount is available to active and retired military.

Fitness Gyms & Health Clubs that Offer Military Discounts

This list of fitness clubs and gyms nationwide can help you save money as you get in shape.

Best Military Discounts for Sports & Fitness

Here’s a list of military discounts for sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts.

Health & Wellness Military Discounts

Check out this list of discounts on essential oils, nutritional supplements, and even medical gear.

Student Discounts for Gyms & Health Clubs

This list covers student discounts at gyms and other fitness centers.

Fitness At Home Military Discounts

Read on for a list of military discounts to help attain your fitness goals, at home.

Free Year of Fitbit Premium

The VA and Fitbit have partnered to offer veterans a free year of Fitbit’s premium services. This is in response to the impact of COVID-19 on the veteran community, especially those who are disabled.

 

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Robert Haynes is a retired Army infantryman who has a squad of kids and is married to an active duty Soldier. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, who spent his last few years in the Army as a Drill Sergeant. He is now a full-time dad, freelance writer, and out-of-work comedian.