Fitness Professional trainers are responsible for educating clients and enforcing policies regarding safe and proper use of equipment. Individuals holding this position must be able to develop, document, and implement one-on-one, partner, or group workout programs that match the needs and goals of clients. This person must be able to instruct clients on basic exercise physiology and inform them of proper lifting and exercise techniques. This person will have knowledge of all fitness floor policies and be able to communicate to a diverse group of members why the policies are in place.
- Must have a current nationally recognized fitness certification in Personal Training such as NASM, ISSA, ACSM, ACE, NCSF, NFPT, NESTA.
- Current CPR/AED and First Aid Certifications Required
- Basic software skills; (i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc).
Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Personal Training for clients.
- Conduct fitness assessments and orientations.
- Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to scheduled appointment.
- Knowledge of fitness equipment and exercises.
- Perform opening/closing procedures of the fitness floor and cardio areas.
- Provide customer service by assisting members and clients via spotting, answering questions on exercise and techniques as well as demonstrations on fitness equipment.
- Supervise and ensure safety in exercise areas attended by members and guests.
- Maintain the cleanliness and functioning of fitness equipment.
- Log floor hours, training sessions and group classes into ADP.
- Report any fitness equipment malfunctions to the Fitness Director.
- Do weekly check-in to all fitness equipment during your shift.
- Respond to all medical emergencies as appropriate.
- Participate in monthly Fitness Professional meetings.
Salary: 16 per hour
Training session: 20-50 per hour