Fitness Specialist (Former Employee), Washington, DC – January 20, 2014
Typical day consisted of teaching group exercise classes, writing exercise prescription, cleaning equipment and running reports. The best part was working with members of the fitness center and helping them achieve their goals.
Fitness Specialist (Former Employee), Overland Park, KS – October 16, 2013
Pros: benefits and cec reimbursement
Cons: immature behavior, high expectations with too many responsibilities, salary breakdown is less than desirable
The co-workers and management do work well together but don't get caught up in the drama or some of the immature behaviors.
The pay is less than what a older 20 something and plus could live on. If you are younger and live at home or don't have bills than the pay would be okay for you. The benefits are great for a corporate wellness company so that – more... is one of just a couple of perks.
The members are nice and you definitely learn a lot about them when you get to know them.
The hardest part of the job besides the behavior issues would be the high expectations that are required with that being said "though job skills mention that it is part of your job; not worth the pay for how much prep & work is required..." – less