Beachbody Coach Military Discount

For Active Status & Veteran Service Members

As a way of saying, “thank you for your service,” active military members, and veterans can now get a discount on Beachbody products by signing up to become a Beachbody Coach.

What an awesome thing to do!…I’m proud to be affiliated with such a great company!!

Previously the discount was only for active military members (or spouses).  Beachbody has now expanded this special offer to military veterans including spouses and domestic partners of military service members wounded, lost or killed in action.

 

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[dropshadowbox align=”center” effect=”lifted-both” width=”670px” height=”” background_color=”#f6f988″ border_width=”1″ border_color=”#dddddd” ]Whether you are or were in the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy, Coast Guard, National Guard and Air National Guard. The sign up fee to become a Beachbody Coach ($39.95) is waived, and the monthly fee of $15.95 is also waived.[/dropshadowbox]

 

 

Who Can Qualify For This Discount

1) Active duty military service members
2) Military service members wounded in action
3) Honorably discharged military veterans
4) The spouse or domestic partner of:

  • An active duty service member

  • A military service member wounded in action

  • A military service member lost or killed in action.

 

 

How It Works

Those that qualify for Beachbody’s military discount can sign up to become a Beachbody Coach completely for free, and their monthly business and website(s) service maintenance fee of $15.95 will also be waived.

So becoming a Beachbody Coach will be completely free.

Once you’re a Beachbody Coach, you’re able to receive a 25% discount on all of your own personal purchases, and earn money by recommending Beachbody products to others. Some people will get signed up simply to receive a discount on their own purchases, some will try to make a few sales and earn some extra money, and some will turn their Beachbody Coaching opportunity into a full-time business…which is something I have done and is something anyone can do if they are willing to put in the effort.

 

How To Get Signed Up

1) Enroll online as a Team Beachbody Coach and purchase the Business Starter Kit (BSK)

2) Within 31-days of enrollment: Submit the Military Fax Cover Sheet, required Coach information, and a copy of an approved military active status OR veteran’s document.

 

Veterans:
Submit a copy of the Coach’s DD214 or other applicable documentation from an official agency (Veteran’s Administration, etc.) 

Approved Status Documents & Required Coach Information 

Approved Veterans Status Document
DD214 
 
Approved Military Active Status Documents

Current active duty orders 
LES – Leave & Earnings Statement 
BIR – Basic Information Report
Proof of Service Letter from Personnel
Note: Military personal ID cards cannot and will not be accepted as proof of eligibility for this program.
 

Required Coach Information

All of the following must be included on the military active status document:
Applicant or spouse’s full name
Social Security number (SSN)*
Date of birth
Date active duty service started
Date active service was extended
Date of separation
* Include the SSN of the person enrolling as a Coach regardless of whose military status is being used. 
  

Requirement to maintain the military Beachbody Coach waiver.

Once a Coach is approved for either waiver, they must generate a minimum of 50 PV every 90 days in order to continue to receive the program benefits.

Only Coaches with a valid US address can enroll as a Coach. 

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538991_10151055860646821_218090722_nTony Horton’s view of Beachbody coaching: “Coaching gives you the power to make not only your life better, but it gives you the power to make other peoples lives better.”

 


 

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