Administrative Director & Lead Trainer (Current Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – August 12, 2018
The Camp Transformation is a great work environment with promising career advancements. The level of service given to clients is superb. There is excellent communication between location management to district managers. The only con for me was zero chance for benefits within this company, as well as hours that were not comfortable for me as a parent.(4:30am-11am, 4:30pm-8:30pm)
Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Highland Hts, OH – July 20, 2018
I was at work at 4:30am, set up my workout stations/class. People would show up, we would all stretch. After stretching I would walk through the stations and then begin our workout. The people were great for being up at 4 & 5am. Music would be blasting, sweat pouring, and then we would finish after about 45-50 minutes. I would teach from 4:30-7am and then head home to prepare for my other job.
Program Director (Current Employee) – California – July 16, 2018
I love my job. I love the work culture and community that we have created. A typical day at work is mainly revolved around customer satisfaction and service. The hardest part about the job is the sales pressure that is put on you daily. Helping members reach their goal is by far the most rewarding.
Great to start learning to become a trainer, not for long term work.
Group Trainer (Former Employee) – Laguna, CA – February 22, 2018
My experience at the Camp Transformation Center was good to learn and grow as a group trainer. I learned a lot from working with large groups. If you're starting out or looking for entry level work, it's good to start here with a fast paste environment. If you're looking to grow with-in the company, it'll take many years to "move- up", but there's not a lot of opportunity to grow. The next position is Supervisor or Manager, but the pay rates aren't worth the stress you'll get. Now that the company is Franchised, you'll be working for business owners that love what they do, but unfortunately, they are growing with the company as well. So don't expect to get all the support as a trainer or lead position. In this environment, since the pay rate is lower that most other big box or big gyms, you are replaceable in a heart beat. I suggest to learn and grow and then move on to another better opportunity with the skills you learn.
Asst Director (Current Employee) – FL – February 2, 2018
I absolutely LOVE working for The Camp Transformation!! One of the most fulfilling jobs I've ever had. Management is supportive and co-workers become like Family! The programs they offer to the clients make you play a vital role in helping them achieve their goals, creating such an unbreakable bond.
Group Fitness Trainer/Front Desk (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – January 30, 2018
Some shifts were way too early. ultimately why I left was due to the fact that I started doing morning shifts back to back and they started at four in the morning. there was a two hour gap that was unaccounted for; not paid and had to stay. management was a little unorganized.
Fun and enjoyable atmosphere because of the clients and staff.
Fitness Director (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 18, 2017
Work is very fast paced and requires excellent time management skills. Every 7 weeks, we get a new group of clients for a challenge to lose weight. I enjoyable the interaction with clients and enjoy being their go to person when they need help or have any questions. My typical day consists of weighing in clients and helping them reach their goals and on the administrative side, I have many contracts to process and reports to complete. I have learned many things at The Camp. The most useful is learning how to work with all the different type of personalities out there. This will benefit me where ever I go. I learned a lot through admin as well that I will take with me and expand my knowledge on. The culture is awesome. We are known to be a family and I would love to spread the culture at any workplace. The hardest part of my job would be meeting deadlines. This is due the owners continuing to have new ideas and releasing them too quickly. They have made many mistakes and learned from them. As a Director, I have communication with the owners to help with any mistakes they may have.
Staff underneath me do not get paid enough for the hard work they do
Director (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 10, 2017
I managed a team of people and had to work to reach monthly sales goals which included memberships, supplements and programs. The management wasn't the best since it was a corporate owned location. I learned customer service above all, seeing what the clients needed. My team was the best, they had great attitudes, it was a fun work environment. Working with clients was the best part.
New Member Coordinator (Current Employee) – Murrieta, CA – September 26, 2017
A typical day at work will involve a fast past environment of finding a balance or recruiting new members and providing sales. I learned a lot about my own leadership style and how to recognize desired and undesirable leadership in my managers. The workplace culture has pros and cons of a family environment but that can cause conflicts when establishing boundaries and preventing favoritism. My most enjoyable part of my job was help clients reach their goals and helping them transform their lives.
LEAD TRAINER (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – August 16, 2017
To just start out in the fitness industry The Camp is a great place to work because you get to work with all different types of people. It's very high in volume, so you will be tested but you will definitely grow and get to network.