Simple job made difficult by very poor management.
Night Service Representative (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 31, 2017
Working as a Service Representative isn't difficult. The management of 24 Hour Fitness make it a stressful environment for no logic reasoning. They seem to have a misguided approach to how they carry themselves and interact with members. Treating a gym similar to a car dealership more than what you would think of from a gym.
Kids Club Instructional Aide (Former Employee) – Indio, CA – July 13, 2018
Children seemed to have a blast and having the opportunity to make the best of their time at 24 Hour Fitness was worth the minimum wage. The environment was clean and in good working condition. The staff seemed to be under-trained. Management in the childcare department could have been improved.
Service Representative /Sales/ Kids Club Attendant (Current Employee) – Vista, CA – July 9, 2018
I did a little of everything working for 24, i loved my co workers and such a fun and motivating environment to be at. management was great and worked a lot with my schedule availability and with skills in management.
Master Trainer (Former Employee) – The Colony, TX – July 6, 2018
Management moved to 100% commission. Cant keep staff to save their lives in membership or training. Only want to push their "life changing" packages and screw over the person working their butts off to provide it.
I was only here for a small amount of time but learned enough before I left and moved to better opportunities. I wish I could've moved through the company quicker but I did receive offers I couldn't turn down.
Personal Trainer Level 2 (Former Employee) – Murrieta, CA – July 2, 2018
Fantastic, enjoyed while they were there. When it changed, however, it' dynamic did as well..I have pretty much said all is necessary..To say what else is necessary, I had fantastic managers and supervisors, even the evening staff was kind (I trained at 4am). I have absolutelutely no complaints . Would love to be a part of the team again but I understand protocol. Best of health to your future clients, call if you ever would like my help!
SALES ADVISOR (Current Employee) – Hayward, CA – June 30, 2018
A typical day at work would include calling all leads, setting appointments for future dates, getting as many referrals as possible, touring guests, and selling as many membership contracts as I can. I learned how to read potential clients and how to close deals. The management there is decent but there have been some issues with employees that have made current employees no longer want to work there. Being that it's a gym everyone there is trying to better their lives and it is a fun open environment. The hardest part is trying to meet sales goals when there aren't many people coming in. The most enjoyable part was helping those who are trying to turn their life around and take control of their health status.
Group Fitness Instructor (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – June 29, 2018
Group fitness instructors are only at the gym a coupe of days a week for very little hours, but typicall a day just consists of interacting with members, and of course guiding them through a safe effective workout
always meet new people, free gym membership, workout gets done
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – June 28, 2018
The workplace culture represents a healthy active lifestyle. As a membership counselor, you are constantly motivating people to purchase the membership for the benefit of their health and personal goals.
Master Trainer (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 27, 2018
If you are looking to start your career in personal training, this is a good place to get your feet wet. You'll get fed some clients but will most likely have to build your own clientele. No benefits for trainers, except for commissions which can be low, depends what you're looking for.