Alloy Personal Training
Using your HSA/FSA
(1) Take this survey to see if you qualify.
(2) If qualified, you'll receive a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) from a medical provider. The cost for this medical evaluation is $30, which you can pay with your HSA/FSA card at the end of survey.
(3) With the LMN, you are able to make future payments with your HSA card. We'll also send instructions to pay with your regular credit card and manually reimburse (for customers with an FSA or who don't have an HSA card).
Why is Alloy Personal Training eligible?
Alloy Personal Training presents a powerful solution for those seeking to reverse or prevent chronic conditions through its tailored, results-driven approach. Specializing in personal and small group training, Alloy focuses on creating customized fitness programs that cater to individual health needs and goals. This personalized approach is particularly effective for managing and preventing chronic conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and obesity. By incorporating strength training, cardiovascular exercises, and flexibility workouts, Alloy's programs enhance overall fitness, boost metabolism, and improve body composition. These physical benefits are crucial in mitigating the risk factors associated with chronic illnesses. Additionally, Alloy's commitment to accountability and motivation ensures that clients remain engaged and consistent in their fitness journey, further amplifying the positive impact on their health.
For those interested in joining Alloy Personal Training, the partnership with Truemed introduces a financially savvy way to invest in health. Qualified customers now have the opportunity to use their Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) or Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) to cover the costs of Alloy's training programs. This collaboration recognizes the role of personalized fitness in preventive healthcare and aligns with the philosophy that investing in physical well-being is a proactive step toward long-term health. Through this partnership, clients can effectively utilize their HSA/FSA funds, making Alloy's specialized training more accessible and affordable. It's a significant stride in encouraging individuals to prioritize their health and fitness, with the added advantage of managing their healthcare spending more efficiently.