No matter what what your health and well being goals are, or what your level of fitness or ability, British Military Fitness has a membership option that suits your every need.
This is our most popular option as it allows you to attend any class at any venue at any time.
If you already have other sport activities on the go then the one class a week membership might be the right choice for you. You can pay for both of these memberships by Direct Debit.
In addition to our monthly memberships we offer a no commitment pay-as-you-go membership which allows you to purchase 10 class credits in advance by credit or debit card and then top up as and when needed.
As we have venues all across the UK our membership prices vary. You can find out the price for your closest venue by using our venue search finder.
A £25 joining fee applies to all memberships.
If you’re a key worker you can benefit from a discounted rate when you become a member at British Military Fitness.
If you are over 60 then you may be entitled to a concessionary rate on unlimited classes membership. You will need to provide evidence of your age.
All memberships can be purchased online. You will need to login here to submit your payment details.
All membership terms and conditions can be found here.
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