, the online exercise video resource and exercise equipment retailer now accepts school and government purchase orders via online transaction.

In the past, the company required that purchase orders be submitted via fax, email, or postal mail. Now, qualifying orders can also be initiated exclusively via online checkout. Founder Justin Leonard explains, “We introduced the online PO as a form of payment in order to improve speed and efficiency. Eligible parties can now submit their orders online with a PO number as a form of payment versus a credit card.”

The website currently accepts purchase orders (NET30) from schools, clinical institutions, government entities, large corporations, and select non-profit organizations within the United States and Canada. is listed in the System for Award Management.

The move allows the company to manage the entire life cycle of a PO from a single administration panel. Since the process is electronic, it eliminates the need for paper requisitions and invoices.

“A buyer can still choose to submit a PO via any prior method (fax, mail, etc.). But now they have a newer, faster option in the form of PO for payment online,” says Leonard. The new website feature also supports mobile PO submissions.

Qualified organizations who wish to purchase fitness equipment and sporting goods should first visit Once on the website, shop around and add all items to the shopping cart. Proceed to the checkout screen and complete the shipping and billing address details. For the payment method, select “purchase order” and fill in the PO number field. A PO number is required in order to complete the checkout process.

After the order is submitted, a confirmation is sent. Orders are typically shipped the same day if received before 3pm MST. (pronounced “workouts”) is an online retailer of high-performance exercise equipment. The website also provides free exercise instruction. Launched in August 2007, was created with the aim of becoming the premier source for comprehensive exercise video content and workout programs.

The website features hundreds of high definition fitness videos in categories that include aerobics, strength, yoga, sports conditioning, stretching, and more. Users can download any exercise to their computer or mobile device at no cost. Personalized exercise programs are also available free of charge. is a Nevada company with offices in Arizona.