Group Fitness Trainer (Current Employee), Miami, FL – May 6, 2014
Pros: workouts are filled with energy!
Cons: small classes can drag
The hiring process and initial months of work can be trying to downright awful. Class size depends on multiple factors, not just how good a Coach/Trainer you are. You also have to work to get more classes and more people to come to your classes. In my case, until I had enough classes in my schedule I had to have a second job or else I would have been – more... out of luck and broke. The hardest part of the job is the Intro's sometimes. The most enjoyable part is the energy in the room and pumping the music during the workout! – less
Group Personal Trainer (Current Employee), Maple Grove, MN – August 1, 2013
Pros: very positive work environments
Cons: no benefits
I teach group personal training. I show up greet the people who are in my class. I run the class, then I have to clean the studio. I then try to reach out to the clients who were not in the class. Management is awesome. There are no benefits, so that is one of the not so fun things about it. There aren't to many not fun things, but it does have them. – more... Otherwise it is a very fun place to be at! – less