Manager/ Personal trainer (Former Employee) – Pineville, LA – December 12, 2017
I enjoyed working at Anytime Fitness, and learned a lot about management and working with employees under me. I would recommend this job to high school graduates and college students looking for management experience.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Delhi, LA – November 28, 2017
Over the course of my five years working at Anytime Fitness, I can proudly say that my life has been changed for the better. I was able to acquire a number of different skills I previously did not possess and I have been transformed emotionally and most definitely physically. Being able to work out on the job is an amazing perk! I gained 45 pounds of muscle of the course of my career at Anytime Fitness and I look and feel great.
Can workout on the clock, very flexible hours and able to work alone most of the time.
Lack of structure and proper management. Sometimes TOO laid back.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – November 21, 2017
I was hired in the summer along with another trainer. We were supposed to work a total of 15 hours a week combined. That never ever happened. In fact, the other trainer left, and eventually I lost all of my classes I was teaching and was down to one half hour a week. Management is from another state and just doesn’t understand the competition here and would not listen to those who do. It is sad because the other employees are great and so are the members.
Keeping up with current fitness needs of the public is important
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – November 20, 2017
My overall view of Anytime Fitness, is the concept is good but maybe could use some adjustments as needs of the public change. Also need to pay employees based on overall experience. Difficult to make a living on part time hours and minimal pay.
Certified Personal Trainer and Sales (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 17, 2017
Not the hottest ground for personal training, but I was the sales representative in a new club so that was lucrative. These are not the clubs sought after by serious personal training clientele. The atmosphere is fairly relaxed. The hours can run late with short notice.
Service Desk Attendant (Current Employee) – Lebanon, PA – November 14, 2017
clean bathrooms, wipe down equipment, vaccum/mop carpets/floors, spray down windows/mirrors, assist in membership sign up, present tours of club, communicate with employees/members, friendly-positive attitude, clean environment, fast pace
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – November 8, 2017
I love this job in all honesty I do but the lack of performance in sales (You are not required to find your own clients) is making it impossible to make a liveable income, great part-time job for those looking for 10-15 hours a week.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – November 6, 2017
This is a family friendly atmosphere where we are given the autonomy to help the business grow. We work hard not because we are afraid of management retribution but because we love where we work, who we work for and who we get to work with.
Owner/Operator (Former Employee) – Southern california – November 2, 2017
Sold business while I could. Too difficult (location and demographic dependent, ofcourse) to compete with industry competitors such as Planet fitness, Fitness 19, Fitness evo, more or less all of the other clubs that simply destroy the value and cost of a gym membership. Corporate is little to no help as there is nothing they can do for the business style, set up, pricing, sizes of the clubs etc. These other competitors offer a larger facility, 24/7 access, unlimited tanning, etc, for a fraction of anytime fitness rates. Oh, also their memberships are month to month always, never any contracts. They have taken over this market and there is little to no room for Anytime Fitness in major populated areas to make a worthy profit for owning.