I personaly enjoyed teaching people the art of boxing.
Instructer (Former Employee), Arlington, VA – June 2, 2013
Pros: meeting new people almost everyday .
Cons: that im not meeting different people almost everyday day.
Get to work an hour befofe people go through there pain of a workout befofe my classes were to start. That my pain and suffering wasn't in vein for my tenour in boxing. Managment and all the coworkers got along extremely well. The hardest part of the job was watching the clients suffer through terrible pain and I couldnt do a thing about it. I really love how after a few months of the clients working out, the enjoyment they have in there eyes when they walk and look in the mirror at themselves.
General Manager (Former Employee), Hillsboro, OR – March 6, 2012
Pros: great exercise for customers
Cons: not a great work place, corporate is terrible.
The gym concept is great. But they want to run it like a big box gym and you can't do that. If your numbers don't add up you won't have a job. Corporate office feels they need to have there hands into everything about the franchise.