Fun environment and a chance to help people change their lives through a healthier way of living
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – July 12, 2012
Typical day at Fitness 19 consist of doing the day work from the day before ei. handling of money from membership sales, personal training sales, and any other items sold. Checking bank account for any items charged and correlate them with Quickbooks. Setting a plan of attack for that particular day ei. how many appointments need to be set, how many sales need to be made, as well as personal training. Making sure all parts of the gym are clean and presentable to all members. Depending on the day of the month i handled all the member billing, payroll, and reconciliation of the books. Handling any member concerns as quickly as possible. Making the schedules a week in advance. My team was a very strong oriented team to help the club reach its goals monthly. The hardest part was time management to make sure all my tasks were done on a timely manner and as efficient as possible. The most enjoyable part was making relations with my members and seeing them change their lives day by day and being their motivator that kept them going
General Manager (GM) (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 11, 2019
Working with Fitness 19 in a management role requires minimum of 6 days per week and 10 hour days on most days. At least 3 to 5 days out of the month, we are required to stay at work until quotas are met, even if that means you are there past 10 to 12 hours. Great experience while it lasted but time to move on to a career that gives there management employees a much more balanced home/work life.
Personal Trainer/ Boxing Instructor (Current Employee) – Sylmar, CA – December 14, 2018
A great company to start personal training and learn. The work environment is very friendly and is very similar to a family, great people and great place. Management is very good and well organized, even though mistakes are made by everyone in life, fitness 19 goes above and beyond to fix them. The hardest part of the job is maintaining yourself at a high standard. However there is no corporate structure in how to train clients, giving you freedom to express and utilize values that fit to you as a trainer.
Love my General Manager who was the one who Hired me, Fitness manager is questionable
Behavior Coach, Fitness Coach (Current Employee) – Gardena, CA – December 11, 2018
My General Manager is sharp and very understanding of me. I have worked under him for more than three years now. The pay is very low though and the new Fitness Manager is questionable. He is biased who he gives training clients to.
Bookkeeper/ Club Coordinator (Former Employee) – TX – November 15, 2018
Good place for entry level career and to promote positive living. The work environment can be stressful at times. Work for the company for over 4 yrs, there's opportunity for advancement that can be competitive and require more than your job criteria.
ZUMBA® TONING & ZUMBA® SENTAO INSTRUCTOR (Current Employee) – Buena Park, CA – September 26, 2018
I absolutely love teaching my classes at this location. The members are so welcoming, and I've grown to know many amazing people over the years teaching at this gym. It's very family oriented, and we have a great Manager.
Front Desk Receptionist/Child Care (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – August 24, 2018
Everyone who works at fitness are very hard working, but thats not all they may be hardworking but they like to have fun anyways there are many times that we work together to fit a problem or to make the quests get what they want
Children room (Current Employee) – Farmington, MI – August 7, 2018
Fitness 19 is a really nice place to work and i enjoy showing up to work every day. Everyone is super nice and welcoming as soon as you step inside. The managers are kind and tell you the expectations that you need to put forward.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Woodstock, GA – July 27, 2018
This was actually the best job I feel Ive had. I loved going to work every day. I loved the people I worked with and it was a professional yet friendly environment. I felt we all worked as a team to exceed the goals of the company and I really hated that our location shut down. I had an amazing supervisor who truly cared about each of his employees.
Manager/Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 16, 2018
Typical day of work was opening and closing the gym. I learned how to negotiate and deal with literally all groups of people. Management was okay, but not proactive. Hardest part of the job was the unsteady paycheck. The most enjoyable part was to help people.
The atmosphere was great when dealing with the members of gym. It was a small community gym so there was familiar faces and everyone knew your name. The other side it wasn’t ran well, it was ran by fear. Low wages made it hard to hiring Good and willing workers.
Child Care/Reception (Former Employee) – Shelby Twp, MI – July 5, 2018
I enjoyed my time working here. I have formed life long friendships with my coworkers and still talk to old members of the gym! I think this is a good place to work if your'e looking for a temporary/seasonal job!
Fitness 19 Fitness Dihrector (Former Employee) – 1060 East El Camino Sunnvale CA – June 20, 2018
Fast paced productive environment. Healthy attitudes with positive employees. Learned quite a bit being hired as Fitness Director. Typical day at work was managing a team of 10 Personal Trainers with little direction