Challenging, rewarding and outstanding career development and growth.
Regional Facility Manager/Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – July 17, 2017
Great company for which to work. Unlimited growth potential. Open door policy. Worked without direction or oversight. Management very supportive. Training was spotty. The relationships made with a myriad of people of varying backgrounds in all levels of business and government in various geographical locations was was the most enjoyable part of the job.
Fitness Manager/Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 11, 2018
NYSC was one of those jobs in which it was whatever you made it. I kept to my business plan and model to build clientele and train my clients. As long as I focused on this I was able to make my money and be in and out without drama on the job.
Personal Fitness Trainer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 4, 2018
Personal Trainers get a very high commission in NY Sports Club. We got 50% of the fee they charge customers. The problem is the pay for trainers is a commission only, so if the trainer has no training clients, the trainer does not get paid anything.
LEAD SALES ASSOSIATE (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 1, 2018
The company does not care about its employees or the clients. Will raise prices for existing clients without telling the employees at the very least but leave the employees to try and explain it. Tell us that we have great promotions to offer but will giver better promotions online to cut there own employee commissions. The staff that actually last and make it do not care about the clients which leads to a toxic work environment.
A productive day meeting new client, seting up new goals.
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – Englewood, NJ – June 24, 2018
A typical day of work is teaching five classes and training five 1 to 1 clients. I have learned how to work with various types of personalities and create a plan for my clients to achieve their goals. In regards to management, I assist the front desk with clients that enter into the establishment and make sure the equipment is returned in its proper place after a workout. The hardest part of the job is when clients do not want to follow gym etiquette regarding the rules. I enjoy working with all types of people and assisting them in achieving their goals. It is exciting to see the different reactions when my clients realize that they have accomplished their set goals.
Meeting a diverse group of people.
Some clients are not motivated to complete their trainings.
The worst company you can ever work for in your life!
General Manager (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 9, 2018
I actually worked here for the last 2 months and it was a great experience besides dealing with the hostile members complaining every 5 minutes. The members do have a right to complain since the place is falling apart and there has been no AC since the day I started. I would not recommend anyone to join this gym unless you want to be apart of the horrible members that are already there. The gym is horrible and the members are even worse. Stay away and please go join Blink across the street. The company is bleeding money and they use the General Manager's as temporary bandaids
Horrible company to work for & horible management!
Membership Consultant / Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – June 4, 2018
In a corporate setting it can often be hard to enjoy your time, but I was fortunate enough to be under some of the best management in the industry. We got the job done, but did it with a smile on our faces.
Group Fitness Instructor (Current Employee) – Garden City, NY – May 24, 2018
a bunch of old instructor that management is holding onto der life meanwhile there re younger and hungry instructor who are just as educated but they pay us poorly. you basically have to wait until an instructor dies or gives up a class and wait until an email goes out for that class being available.
oh but it doesn't matter if the location that gets an opening, that you have subbed countless times for, and they have openly expressed their interest in you. management goes by whoever responds to the email first, and call it a day...
Head Front Desk (Former Employee) – Englewood, NJ – May 22, 2018
In the am shift I open the gym turn the lights on and pick up all the towels and garbage from the gym floor, turn the tv's and the music then turn the computer on to scan the members in, check the bathroom make sure everything is in order to start business.
Marketing Event and Sales Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chalfont, PA – May 14, 2018
I was a Party and Event Sales/ facilitator. I catered to the kids and family's who celebrated their Birthdays with us. I loved management , but was there for almost 10 yrs still getting underpaid . Yes the tips came across 20-30 bucks a time were great but not enough to live off of. Advancement? a joke, there is not advancement there at all because corporate is so cheap
LIFEGUARD (Former Employee) – Wellesley, MA – May 10, 2018
Boston sports club was very accomadating and a good place to work. All of the managers were very helpful and always were very professional. I believe there were few occasions were management disagreed but not very often. All customers were very nice.