Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – July 25, 2018
I work for Onelife fitness and Crunch fitness, however the pay is difference however we all have the same goals to hit. If you have to chose between the two , go with OneLife , the pay is better. Crunch Fitness is very nice atmosphere , not much equipment likes One Life. Other then , its not much too say because its like Onelife .
Group Fitness Instructor (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – October 22, 2018
Tough morning and evening classes Learned new skills, management and marketing as well as new opportunities for fitness certifications Great management team Great positive environment and healthy culture Nothing was hard, some challenges when dealing with different personalities but not a the professional level Helping people achieve results and have a balanced life style
opportunities outside the facility company with modeling and marketing
Personal Trainer, Fitness and Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – October 21, 2018
The club is super small and doesn't get a lot of traffic for personal trainers to excel. 75% of the demographic are high school students. There are only about 6 Crunch gyms, so job advancement is very rare and hard to move up.
Member Service Rep (Former Employee) – Sera Mesa Plaza Bonita Parkway Plaza Carmel Valley – October 15, 2018
Greeted people coming in. Sold memberships, personal training, and DotFit supplements. Overall a fun company to work for. Very easy going, no pressure to sell, no commission, so less stress having to compete
Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 12, 2018
Crunch Fitness NY, NY - Personal Trainer You need to Establish, maintain and develop long term client relationships. Prepare and organized workouts designed for each client needs. Stay motivated and maintain positive outlook during rigorous routines.
Regional Fitness Director (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – October 11, 2018
Crunch is a great entry level gym for young trainers looking to advance their careers, although they offer no benefits or any form of time off. As a trainer you are and independent contractor, not an employee of the gym itself. Crunch is a franchise making the decisions of ownership ever changing with no existing HR department. They create a culture of unhealthily competition between trainers, where clients become dollar signs rather than people to help reach their fitness goals.
Group Fitness Instructor (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – September 21, 2018
Good environment, but lack of hours. Was told the most hours you could get is 7 per week...so not near enough pay to support the cost of living. Plus side is that you have all creativity when designing your classes. I really enjoy going to work and teaching. The staff is friendly, management is good, and the clients are awesome! The worst part is the lack of hours, but other than that, it is a good job.
Personal Trainer coach (Current Employee) – Meridian, ID – September 18, 2018
Managers are absolutely amazing! Crunch is such a relaxed and fun environment to work. No hostility between coworkers, it is like a huge family. I am treated with respect and have so much fun when I'm on shift.
management cares, coworkers, clients, fun work environment
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – September 10, 2018
Have been through 3 GMS and not even a year old yet. Owners never owned a gym, but believe they invented fitness. Gym layout is a mess, no spinning or basketball. Childcare was an afterthought and the room proves it. better off at EOS which is expanding in the area for the same price. Know it all, smarter than you are owners will be their undoing.
Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Stanhope, NJ – August 31, 2018
Laid back manager and staff. Solid co-workers and members. Typical day consists of completing camp crunch orientations, training members in 1 on 1 settings in addition to small group training. The only negative is how you obtain clients. The personal training world is way more involved with sales then I thought it would be. With that being said, If you are a good trainer, the clients will come.
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – Chino, CA – August 30, 2018
Awesome place to work, with a great learning environment that makes sure you continue to grow. Managers are very good at making sure you are ready and capable of doing your job and exceeding your goals.
149th Street- Manager/ Exercise Instructor (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – August 29, 2018
I work at 2 separate locations. One is run really well I feel in part to management and because it is a franchise which the owner really cares about enough that you will see him from time to time. This seems to really keep the employees at their best. My immediate supervisor is very helpful and understanding when issues arise. He also makes sure to check every side of a story before accusing people of issues. The members are great as well.
The other location which was corporate location was pretty stressful. The management in the corporate section is almost always unreachable when I needed help. They only respond to emails and calls if it has something to do with their agenda.
fun job, lots of support from Franchise locations
lack of support from management at corporate locations
Front Desk Associate/Nursery Childcare Supervisor (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – August 28, 2018
Job at the front desk can be very fast paced. You will learn to be great at multi-tasking, customer service, and enjoy it. For me, the best part of the job is the people that you meet, whether they be members or coworkers.