Front Desk Manager (Current Employee) – West Sedona, AZ – April 29, 2017
How can you not want to work at a place where people love to come. We are all there for the same main reason, to take care of ourselves.There are always the regulars, then we get the new ones and its so exciting to make a difference in someones life.
Manager - Responsible for managing member signups (Current Employee) – Albany, OR – April 28, 2017
Snap is a delightful place to workout, Friendly people and manager is very helpful and friendly. The gym is always clean and equipment kept up. I would suggest Snap to everyone that would like to get in shape and meet new friends. It is 24/7 which is convenient.
working with members to meet there goals, made lots of friends
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – South Pasadena, CA – April 16, 2017
As a personal trainer i am an independent contractor. I get to make my own hours. My boss at the gym pay me a very fair split of the fee. I love the independence and the fact I get to help be be their better selves.
Front Desk Staff (Former Employee) – Marlton, NJ – April 6, 2017
Front desk work was pretty easy-going and slow, mainly cleaning duties and some paperwork with inputting new members. The gym is pretty small so you get to know everyone pretty well, but that also means the traffic is slow and sales aren't that high. Manager and personal trainers were all nice!
General Manager (Former Employee) – DeWitt, IA – March 28, 2017
The management is friendly and fun. The customers are friendly and polite in most circumstances. The only downfall was personal because I am not good at, nor do I enjoy sales, which is a necessary part of the job. I would highly recommend this employer to anyone seeking a new opportunity.
Typically the scheduling needed adjustments depending on the clienteles request. Adjusting to the busy paced gym lifestyle was a challenge. It was not a quiet relaxing atmosphere for the client. I enjoyed meeting new people and solving sports therapy concerns with exercises or stretches. Managing the work was a constant issue. I had sessions scheduled sporadically, making it inconvenient for a daily routine.
Meeting new people, Free gym membership, Applied learning skills
Poor scheduling, Inconsistent schedule, Too expensive
Fun workplace but do not get too much opportunity to do much
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – Kingsport, TN – February 26, 2017
Typical days are always great, always have clients willing to get better. I have learned how to be able to properly plan each individuals needs into their workout programs and relate to what he/she is wanting. Workplace culture is great. Hardest part of job is getting more people to come in and want personal training. The most enjoyable part is knowing that I am helping people who want help and will do whatever it takes to reach and obtain his/her goals.
make own schedule
not enough people come in, nor want personal training
Top producing trainer during my tenor (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – February 15, 2017
Overall, this business is managed very well. The environment is invigorating and always uplifting. I have learned a lot working the manager of this company; creativity being the one thing I enjoyed the most. The most difficult aspect of this line of sales is targeting the right clientele.
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – New Caner – February 7, 2017
Strong organizational skills and willing to always learn something new.. People person with who carries a "never give up attitude". A born motivator with every angle possible depending on each individual are team! Very competitive and always strive to be at the top of anything I attempt! Extremely hard worker and punctual.. Follow directions well and catch on fast...
General Manager (Former Employee) – Levelland, TX – January 16, 2017
The environment you create is great.Only down fall is they go through corporate managers and chairs like toilet paper. So if you are a GM for them expect many bosses in a short time frame. Worked for them for 5 years and never met a single boss of mine. Everything is done via email.
Free gym membership, compensation on top of salary
they go through corporate managers and chairs like toilet paper, So if you are a GM for them expect many bosses in a short time frame.
Manager and Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Woodstock, IL – January 12, 2017
I opened the gym! I would work on members account. work on daily reports. Account receivable/ collections. I had to clean the gym. Attend to members needs. sign up new members. Outside marketing throughout community. I trained members to use weights properly and weight management. I handled any problems of the gym - customer concerns. I did data entry with Snap fitness programs. Handled signs for the gym that were put throughout businesses. I did health fairs.
gym memberships and loved workinmg with customers/members of the gym