Several online gym equipment stores give discounts to firefighters, police, emergency medical technicians, rescuers, active US military, and US military veterans. Depending on the store, they might give a discount to all of those groups, but I’ve listed the ones they specifically mention on their site.
Stores will most likely require proof of your status through ID.me or another method.
If you know of some stores not on this list, or if these stores offer discounts to additional groups beyond those I’ve listed, leave a comment at the bottom!
|5% off Rep Fitness branded items||Active duty and veteran Military, Firefighters, Police and other emergency first responders|
|5% off||US military active duty or veteran|
|5% off||Military and law enforcement|
|10% off. Excludes clearance, closeout, and certain non Body Solid brands.||Active duty, veterans, first responders|
|10% off CFF branded items||US Armed Forces (active & retired), Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMS/EMT, & Personal Trainers|
(Both are the same company)
|7% off Again Faster or X Training Equipment branded items||Active military and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces, police, firefighters|
|5%||Active duty and veteran military, police officers, firefighters, and paramedics|
|varies||Armed forces, law enforcement, security services, fire & EMS|
|unknown||Military and first responders|
|5% off Fray Fitness branded items||Active duty Military, Firefighters, Police and other emergency first responders|
maker of the Rucksack
|25% off||Military troops, first responders, government workers, teachers, and students|
|15% off||Active Duty, Veterans, National Guard, Reservists, and Registered Dependents of Active Duty or Retiree Service Members|
|10% off||Active Duty, Retirees, Veterans, Military Spouses, Military Family Members, as well as a 10%* First Responder Discount for active Police, Fire, and EMT customers|
|Various discounts depending on the item||Military: Active Duty, Veterans, Reservists, and Active Duty Dependents.|
Law Enforcement: Active Duty and Retirees
First Responders: Active and Retired Firefighters, EMTs, Paramedics, and Rescue Team Members.
Nonprofit Fitness Equipment Help for Veterans
While I was looking for stores to add to this list, I ran across the Catch A Lift Fund. They help combat wounded veterans regain their mental and physical health through gym memberships, in home gym equipment, personalized fitness and nutrition programs and a peer support network. I don’t know anything about them beyond their website. Try it out and leave a comment here if you get some help from them!